Niagara Parks – Annual Battle of Chippawa Memorial

In memory of battle, and commemoration of peace

This dolomite memorial is dedicated to the brave First Nations warriors part of the bloodiest military operation of 1812.

Explore the 121 hectares of original battlefield preserved by the Niagara Parks Commission on a self-guided walking tour to feel the gravity of history beneath your feet.

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Chippawa Battlefield, Niagara Parkway, Niagara, ON, Canada

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Ranked #52 of 110 things to do in Niagara Falls

Dale F

Niagara Falls, New York

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Small and simple but it marks the spot where the US Forces tried to invade Canada during the War of 1812. Some flags and a monument mark the spot along the Niagara River. Lots of parking.

b0b55russell

Oakville, Canada

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Being a history nut for many years now the various other revuews caught the theme and feeling of this historic park. It is one of many locations in the Nisagara Region dedicated to the War of 1812...

Charles G

Ottawa, Canada

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Small park along Niagara Parkway with flags, a monument and several illustrated panels whereby you can follow the events on the battlefield. Worth the short stop.

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