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For daytripping, information and directions can be provided.
Stay with us & Come Tour The Sub .. HMCS Ojibwa Submarine – used by Canada and NATO during the Cold War, on display less than 30 minutes from Port. Tours 7 days a week 10 – 6 pm
Port Burwell has restored an 1840’s lighthouse, one of the two oldest in Canada.
There is a winery, galleries and golf courses nearby. Hawk Cliff located just East of the village of Port Stanley, is a flyway for the migration of hawks from September through December. Monarch butterflies congregate there before they leave to winter in Mexico.
Bring your bike to take a leisurely ride on quiet country roads to the historic village of Sparta. Awaiting you there are shops, the Sir Peter Robson Art Gallery and a Quaker Meeting house which is still in use.
Two km east of the main corner in Sparta and across a one lane bridge is a Lavender farm.
The City of St. Thomas, known as the Railroad Capital of Canada is just minutes away from Port Stanley and boasts art galleries, railroad, pioneer and military museums, as well as many other attractions, including a monument of Jumbo, the famous circus elephant.