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 It’s a wonderful day in the neighbourhood  


Port Dalhousie is Niagara’s iconic waterfront community within the city of St. Catharines, known for its historic shops, spectacular waterfront view and eclectic culinary scene. Local amenities are within walking distance and a stroll by the waterfront, a must for visitors and local alike. ‘Port’ is also located conveniently in the heart of wine country, just minutes away from renowned wineries to the east and west. Cultural experiences are also only a short drive to the city’s lively downtown where the Performing Arts Centre is located as well as the historic shopping district of Niagara-on-the-Lake where the cultural Shaw Festival Theatre lives.



  • Balzac’s
  • 416 Coffee
  • Thistle Bookstore & Café
  • Rozie’s Cafe
  • Lock Street Brewery
  • Starbucks
  • Captains Cabin Cafe


  • Regatta Sport
  • Endless Pawzabilities Pet Boutique & Bakery
  • Your Boutique Shop-Unique Ladies Fashion
  • Carousel Tattoo & Barbershop
  • The Lighthouse Dive Shop
  • Outlet Collection at Niagara


  • KaiserHaus Wine Bar & Bistro
  • The Kilt & Clover
  • The Twisted Pig
  • Patio Andaluz
  • Trybe Kitchen
  • Old Port Dairy
  • Scorecard Harry’s
  • Portside Social
  • The Lemon Tree
  • The Grantham House
  • Kelsey’s
  • Montana’s
  • Cafe Amore
  • Bugsy’s
  • Romby’s


  • 13th Street Winery
  • King’s Court Estate Winery & Vineyard
  • Harbour Estates Winery
  • Wending Home Estate Vineyards & Winery
  • 16 Mile Cellar
  • Creekside Estate Winery
  • Niagara College Teaching Winery
  • Maleta Estate Winery
  • Colaneri Estate Winery
  • The Hare Wine Co.


  • Port Dalhousie Waterfront Trail
  • Lakeside Park
  • Lakeside Park Carousel
  • Royal Henley Park
  • Jaycee Gardens Park
  • Green Ribbon Trail
  • Richardson’s Creek Lookout

What’s in the area?

Niagara Bound

The Juniper Inn is located in the heart of Niagara just fifteen minutes away from local attractions throughout the region. A leisurely drive along Lake Ontario will bring you to the historic district of Niagara-on-the-Lake, while a quick drive across town will take you to the majestic Niagara Falls. Wine Country is at every turn throughout the region where local culinary experiences are the norm.  

friends dining


Niagara is home to a a hub of restaurants that showcase fresh seasonal ingredients and our many talented chefs. Farm-to-table dining will be sure to beckon you back and feed the inner foodie in you.

girl walking in vineyard

Wine County

Over 100 wineries span from Niagara-on-the-Lake up to Twenty Valley. Wineries produce award-wining VQA wines in our own backyard and offer exceptional onsite tasting experiences.

the niagara gorge view

Breweries and Distillers

Local distillers and brewers are always ready to shake things up with new flavours and exciting cocktails. Be sure to make time for a behind the scenes tour and tasting at one of Niagara’s small-batch producers.

the niagara gorge view


There are an abundance of trails to choose from in the region including the Bruce Trail, Balls Falls and the amazing Niagara Glen and Gorge. You will be sure to enjoy hiking many of the natural wonders and one-of-a-kind parks and trails.

couple biking on trail in forrest


Avid cyclists will not be disappointed with over 300 kilometres of cycling trails throughout the region. Whether you rent a bike or BYOB (bring your own BIKE), there are tons of great trails, bike friendly restaurants and self-guided tours to suit every level of cyclist.

man golfing


Niagara is not only home to world-class golf courses like Legends on the Niagara, Whirlpool Golf Course, Garden City Golf Course and Twenty Valley Golf & Country Club but also North America’s oldest golf course located in Niagara-on-the-Lake. 



Experience live theatre, movies in the vineyard, art festivals and more! Catch a live performance at the Meridian Centre, FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre, The Shaw Festival or the Avalon Theatre at the Fallsview Casino.

couple walking holding shopping bags


Shop local at the many boutiques across the region or spend some time at the Outlet Collection at Niagara shopping your favourite designer. The region really has it all when it comes to shopping for that special someone.

couple walking holding shopping bags

Historical Sites

Whether it’s the Welland Canal, Fort George or Port Dalhousie heritage district Niagara has so much to offer for the history buff. The region has a deep and rich history with a wide range of experiences and heritage attractions.