Tourism

Lake Gibson at sunset

The City of Thorold is located in the heart of the Niagara Region. We are a growing community full of plenty of unique assets that will inspire you to do and see more in our city. From our downtown shops and restaurants to our recreational facilities and heritage assets Thorold offers it all.

Our cycling trails, historical sites, parks and playground areas bring a sense of home to those visiting and offer a quality of life that is second to none.

Some notable sites of interest in the City of Thorold for those visiting the area include: Decew House, The Old Fire Hall, Chestnut Hall, St. Johns School House, Maplehurst, Welland Mills and Beaverdams Old Methodist Church. If you are with your kids and family, visit the Mel Swart Lake Gibson Park. Moving westward on DeCew Road you will find Lake Moodie, Morningstar Mill and Decew House. If hiking, fishing, mountain biking and horse riding are of interest, go to Short Hills Provincial Park. 

Come visit our revitalized downtown and enjoy a stroll through the historic Battle of Beaverdams Park.

Click on the Link below and start planning your visit today.

Thorold Tourism 

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Hours of Operation: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday to Friday

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