Biking along waterfront pathway

Attractions

South Dundas offers a number of exciting attractions that appeal to a variety of interests. From historical attractions like Upper Canada Village, one of Eastern Ontario’s top attractions, to outdoor nature trails and cycling paths, to live professional theatre and musical performances; South Dundas has something for everyone.

Battle of Crysler's Farm Park

Battle of Crysler’s Farm National Historic Site of Canada is located in Crysler’s Farm Battlefield Park, near Upper Canada Village, east of Morrisburg, Ontario.
Type: Arts and Culture, Historical, Outdoors
Battle of Crysler's Farm historic park

Carman House Museum

Worker in Pioneer Clothing Outside Carmen House MusuemBuilt in 1815 by Michael Carman III, the son of a Palatine Loyalist, Carman House is a Georgian limestone cottage that has been historically restored to its original form.
Type: Historical
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Carman House building

Cedar Glen Golf Course

Williamsburg’s Cedar Glen Golf Course opened in 1972 and has been welcoming golfers of all skill and experience levels ever since.
Type: Golf Course
Cedar Glen Golf Course

Crysler Park Beach & Marina

Located adjacent to the famed Upper Canada Village, Crysler Park Beach and Picnic Area is an ideal location for a family beach day or a gathering of any kind.
Type: Waterfront, Outdoors
Crysler Park Marina docks

Doran Bay Model Ship Museum

Doran Bay Model Ship Museum is one of the finest private collections of historic model ships in Canada, if not the world. Each model has been painstakingly built according to original plans using the finest of exotic woods.
Type: Historical
Doran Bay Model Ship Museum building

Eastcliffe Hall Dive Site

The only modern Steel-Hulled Freighter in the St. Lawrence River (sank July 1970). This is one of 15 dive spots in the United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry. 
Type: Outdoors, Waterfront
Eastcliffe Hall Dive Site signs

Galop Canal Iroquois Landing Marina

The Galop Canal Iroquois Landing Marina is situated on the St. Lawrence River in Iroquois, Ontario at the site of the historic Galop Canal.
Type: Waterfront, Outdoors
Galop Canal Marina river docks

Iroquois Beach

The beach is located along the St. Lawrence River in the Village of Iroquois.
Type: Outdoors, Waterfront
Iroquois Beach chairs

Iroquois Golf Course

Along the stunning banks of the mighty St. Lawrence River, this 18-hole golf course offers incredible vistas of the Iroquois Control Dam, and, if you’re lucky, massive ocean liners passing through toward the historic Iroquois Locks.
Type: Golf Course
Iroquois Golf Course

Iroquois Lock

Each summer visitors and residents flock to the Iroquois Point to catch of glimpse of the enormous tankers and ships passing through the famed Iroquois Lock.
Type: Outdoors, Waterfront
Iroquois Lock and Point