The Town maintains two stretches of beach at Charles Daley Park on Lake Ontario for residents and visitors to enjoy. These beaches provide a quiet place to take a dip or enjoy a sunset. Playground, picnic areas and washrooms are available close by. All beaches are at this park are unsupervised
Niagara Region's Public Health Department is responsible for water sampling at Charles Daley Park beaches, between the Victoria Day weekend in May until the Labour Day weekend in September, to determine if they are safe for swimming.
Check the beach water sampling results online before swimming and learn more about potential unsafe conditions, bacteria counts and E. coli levels.
Located in the Twenty Valley watershed, Jordan Harbour can be found at the south shore of Lake Ontario at Twenty Mile Creek. The kilometre-wide harbour offers a public launching dock for non-motorized watercraft. This waterway is one of the largest uninterrupted natural corridors left in Niagara between the escarpment and the lake. Jordan Harbour is protected as an Areas of Natural and Scientific Interest (ANSI) and contains a variety of unique wildlife and tree species that are rarely seen elsewhere in the peninsula.
Jordan Harbour is a wonderful place to enjoy a leisurely canoe, kayak or SUP paddle adventure along the picturesque shoreline. Watercraft rentals are available through Niagara Rowing School & Paddlesports Centre.