Here is a guide to key venues, points of interest and to our trusted partners in and around Thorold. For a printed version of this map, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Battle of Beaverdams Park |
A 10-acre park with a bandshell in the heart of downtown Thorold, this historic park plays host to a wide variety of events throughout the year including Canada Day ceremonies.
Battle of Beaverdams Park, Sullivan Avenue, Thorold, ON, Canada
|Beaverdams Methodist Church |
Beaverdams Church is the oldest Methodist church still standing in Ontario and also the oldest to have remained in continuous use. Site of the first "free school" in Canada (1847), Rev. Egerton Ryerson, the father of education in Ontario preached here. For more information, visit: www.friendsofbeaverdamschurch.com
18 Marlatts Rd, Thorold, ON L2V 1N1, Canada
|Big Red Markets |
206 Richmond St, Thorold, ON, Canada
|Brock Golf Course |
2745 Merrittville Highway, ON, Canada
|CanView Drive-In |
One of the last remaining drive-ins in southern Ontario, double features each night from Thursday to Sunday is affordable old-fashion entertainment. For more information, visit www.canviewdrivein.com
1956 Highway 20 East, Fonthill, ON L0S 1E0, Canada
|Cobblestone Gardens Retirement Residence |
10 Ormond Street North, Thorold, ON, Canada
|Donnelly's Pub |
54 Front Street South, Thorold, ON, Canada
|Figg Street Co. |
Charming shop filled with beautiful papers, fine stationery, and delightful finds to compliment your personal style. Find out more.
40 Front Street South, Thorold, ON, Canada
|Four Points by Sheraton St. Catharines Niagara Suites |
3530 Schmon Parkway, Thorold, ON, Canada
|Henderson's Pharmacy |
15 Front St S, Thorold, ON, Canada
|Howells Family Pumpkin Farm |
September through October, Howells Pumpkin Farm is where families come to have fun! Imaginative displays and activities for children of all ages over the Halloween season. For more information, visit ahowlinggoodtime.com
2878 Holland Rd, Fonthill, ON L0S 1E6, Canada
|Inn at Lock 7 |
24 Chapel Street South, Thorold, ON, Canada
|Lock 7 Viewing Centre & Museum |
Welcome to the Lock 7 Viewing Centre, home of Thorold Visitor Information and the Thorold and Beaverdams Historical Society.
Our friendly staff is here to greet you and answer your questions about the history of the Welland Canal, the City and Niagara Region. For more information see Discover the Lock 7 Viewing Centre.
50 Chapel St S, Thorold, ON L2V 2C6, Canada
|Mel Swart Lake Gibson Conservation Park |
The boardwalk in this park is popular with dog-walkers and naturalists – a wetlands preserve, unique to the Niagara Escarpment. For more information, visit melswartlakegibsonpark.com
Mel Swart Lake Gibson Conservation Park, Thorold, ON, Canada
|Memorial Park |
Memorial Park is a 3-acre, passive park that has been designated under the Ontario Heritage Act. This quiet spot in the middle of old town is filled with beautiful, mature trees and is the site of the City’s War Memorial.
Memorial Park, Thorold, ON L2V 1P2, Canada
|Merrittville Speedway |
Merritville Speedway is now 70 years old! Tickets are presold before the show dates.
Come out to Merrittville Speedway and attend one of motorsports most exciting, unpredictable, and live action packed events. For over 60 consecutive seasons, stock car racing enthusiasts in southern Ontario have been flocking to this summer-time venue and it may very well be the Heart of Niagara’s best kept secret. Sunsets give way to quick paced racing – be prepared for an exciting time with an energy-charged crowd.
Motor over to Merrittville Big Scoop for ice cream and soft serve cones and enjoy
Merrittville Speedway, Merrittville Highway, Thorold, ON, Canada
|Port Robinson Ferry Terminal |
Cyclists and pedestrians ride free across the Welland Canal on the "Bridge-it" ferry. For schedule, see Cross the Welland Canal aboard the Port Robinson Ferry.
9 Bridge St W, Thorold, ON, Canada
|Robinsong Bed and Breakfast |
41 Welland Street South, Thorold, ON, Canada
|Saint Johns Conservation Area |
Hiking trails are of varying lengths and difficulty, and some have wheelchair and stroller accessibility, making this a place for everyone to connect with nature at their own pace. For directions and activities, visit Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority
3101 Barron Road, Thorold, ON L0S 1M0, Canada
|Short Hills Provincial Park |
The 735-hectare day-use park is the largest in Niagara Region. The park offers stunning scenery of the Niagara Escarpment and contains a number of excellent trails popular with mountain bikers and equestrian riders. For more information visit Friends of Shork Hills Park.
Short Hills Provincial Park, Thorold, ON, Canada
|The Post Office by Shannon Passero |
18 Front Street North, Thorold, ON, Canada
|Thorold City Hall |
Home to the Municipal Government of the City of Thorold, City Hall provides a wide range of services, programs and facilities to its residents. See what is happening in your community by visiting www.thorold.com
3540 Schmon Pkwy, Thorold, ON L2V 4A7, Canada
|Thorold Community Activities Group |
“…because every community deserves a safe place to play, engage and be inspired.” Recreation and leisure programs for adults and children and a host of services and events for Thorold residents. For more information visit www.thoroldgroup.org
131 Richmond Street, Thorold, ON L2V 3H3, Canada
|Thorold Community Arenas |
Thorold Community Arenas, Front Street North, Thorold, ON, Canada
|Thorold Community Theatre |
Attend live theatre staged by the talented members of Thorold Community Theatre, located at Trinity Unity Church. Spring and fall productions. For more information visit thoroldtheatre.ca
Thorold Community Theatre, Pine Street South, Thorold, ON, Canada
|Thorold Public Library |
The library's collections and memorabilia make for interesting reading about the City's heritage. For more information visit www.thoroldpubliclibrary.ca
Thorold Public Library, Ormond Street North, Thorold, ON, Canada