There may be no better time to indulge all of your senses than in late summer in the Niagara region. The weather has cooled just enough that all activities are enjoyable, the humidity is starting to subside and the fruits and vegetables that are harvested in the area are all ripe and ready to be tasted in a multitude of culinary offerings.
Pair all of this with some of Canada’s best wineries and you have a must see attraction in Ontario — or maybe even your future dream home. With all of the scenery and activities that abound in the area, one might forget that this is also a great town to call home. While you are enjoying all that the region has to offer, stop by Niagara on the Lake Realty to see what great real estate opportunities await you.
As the heat and humidity begin to tail off, come and enjoy the many trails around the Niagara River Parkway or go for a relaxing pedal out into the countryside to get a first-hand look at some of the fine wineries and orchards that the region is famous for. For the more equipped cycling enthusiast, there are many attractions and scenic cycling opportunities just outside of Niagara on the Lake. For more information around various cycling trails visit the tourist information centre in the heart of town.
If you would like to take things at a slower pace, or cycling just is not your thing, a nice walk or stroll through Niagara Parks Garden trails in the late summer may be the solution. Choose from botanical gardens or take a walk through a preserved area of Carolinian forest. Either way, you are sure to marvel at the scenery that surrounds the area.
A trip to the Niagara region would not be complete without spending some time visiting some of the wineries that abound in the area. These wineries are home to some of the finest wine not only in Canada but in the world. Make sure to book some time in your favourite winery to enjoy great pairings, local know-how and friendly conversation. Tours at most wineries are available daily. While you are enjoying a glass of your favourite local wine, make sure to indulge in some of the finest dining experiences the region has to offer. Late summer means that all of the local fruits and veggies are available to local chefs and nothing is better than fresh local produce prepared in a unique Niagara fashion.
Niagara on the Lake shines in late summer. The weather is still warm and pleasant and all of the region’s produce and wines are in full harvest. With so many activities to do and scenery to marvel at, it is no wonder why the area is a tourist hotbed. Come and see for yourself why Niagara on the Lake is an award winning place to not only visit, but to also call home.