Including Port Stanley, Union, Sparta & Belmont
Ingredients for the quintessential charming country getaway are found in abundance in this growing municipality. The area is a cultural delight, featuring several small galleries and the popular Port Stanley Festival Theatre. Enjoy Arts, Entertainment and Recreation ing, bird-watching, or charter a boat for an afternoon cruise. The fishing village of Port Stanley boasts one of the finest stretches of sandy beach on Erie’s north shore. It is also popular for its trendy shops, inns and dining from beachside to casual upscale. It's an authentic fishing village, perfect for walking. Take in a memorable sunrise or sunset, watch the boats coming and going under the 1939 King George Lift Bridge or take a ride on the Port Stanley Terminal Rail, Elgin County's longest running tourist attraction. The historic village of Sparta traces its roots to the Quakers in 1813—many of the local buildings, the 1827 clay and straw Forge and Anvil Museum and a traditional tearoom reflect that era. The village includes the studio of a world renowned artist, unique shops, candle maker, and a nearby lavender farm and winery.
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