Fall is a fantastic time of year to experience a different side of Niagara. Enjoy the crisp, cool weather and fall colours, take advantage of fall festivals, visit award winning wineries, explore hiking and biking trails, or just cozy up to a warm evening campfire. So while in Niagara, you may want to take in the sights and smells of the 43rd Ball’s Falls Thanksgiving Festival.
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For nearly 30 years, Sherkston Shores has been the ultimate location for summer vacations and getaways with friends and family. While the resort has changed over time, one thing has stayed the same; our seasonal owner’s love of the game Pétanque.
Thanksgiving, Football, Wine Country…it’s not the season to diet! With so many yummy Fall recipes to experiment with, indulging in tasty ingredients such as apples, pears, brussel sprouts, pumpkin, squash, and warm hearty meats- let's "kick-off" Fall.
One of the great things about cottaging in Niagara is being able to enjoy the region’s world-class wineries when you’re not at the beach. Surrounded by lush vineyards and fruit farms, Niagara offers a cottage experience that can’t be found anywhere else in the province. Our Open House on Saturday, September 16, 10am-3pm will give visitors a taste of what cottaging in wine country is all about.
The sand and sun along the north shore of Lake Erie is a great place to unwind, but every now and then you may want a change of pace.
Located 10 minutes from Sherkston Shores, Port Colborne is an historic community that was built around the shipping traffic that passes through the Welland Canal that dissects the city.
Minutes away from Sherkston Shores, your family can take a trip into the past at Wainfleet’s 29th Annual Marshville Heritage Festival, happening, September 2nd to 4th, 10am-5pm daily with FREE parking.
This is a place where memories are made: whether it be a family weekend picnic; a spiritual retreat; a children's birthday party in an arcade or Boston Pizza; a wedding (available for owners only) in a century old church with a ringing bell in the steeple, or your baseball tournament weekend.
Families visiting Sherkston Shores can enjoy our three picturesque beaches, Elcho (on Lake Erie), Wyldewood (on Lake Erie) and the Quarry Beach (man-made and spring fed). But just like at any body of water, beachgoers need to exercise caution to make sure they stay safe.
On August 19th, 2017 from 10am-3pm the Sherkston Shores Sales team is inviting visitors to see first-hand how amazing life on the shores of Lake Erie can be.
If you're a fishing enthusiast check out the premiere competitive fishing event in Canada, the Berkley B1 Canadian Bass Open, while you're visiting! On August 18th and 19th, watch anglers challenge themselves to figure out this vast Great Lake and bring in some prize-winning fish.
If you're new to grilling, barbecuing may seem like a daunting task. That's why we've compiled some tips and recipes that are sure to turn you into a BBQ master.