Covering 660 hectares of land, Short Hills Provincial Park is the largest in the Niagara Region. It spans seven trails including the Paleozoic Trail, which offers a spectacular view of Swayze Falls. The park also contains a wide variety of animal and plant life including deer, wild turkeys, and many species of birds.
The park is named for the short hills that appear throughout as a result of glacial erosion more than twelve thousand years ago. If you’re a nature lover, you owe it to yourself to stop here, if only for a brief survey – its biodiversity and scenic beauty is astounding.
Truro District, United Kingdom
Beautiful reserve with clear and well maintained paths. Highly recommended for butterfly lovers and bird watchers. Good place to walk or mountain bike.
St. Catharines, Canada
What a gem this park is! A number of 4 plus long km trails, well maintained and well marked. No fee to park, with three parking areas, we keep coming back to hike here. There are some picturesque...
This is a spectacular Provincial Park filled with natural wonders. Unfortunately it has become a killing field for hunters, many weeks of the year. Check to make sure that this park is not closed to...