|Record #: NIA0317||Last Modified: 27 Aug 2018||Last Full Update: 27 Aug 2018|
|Primary Contact||Nathaniel Devos, Superintendent|
|Areas Served||Niagara Region|
|Located In Community||Jordan|
|Address & Map||
3292 6th Ave, RR 1
Jordan, ON L0R 1S0
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|Intersection||Glen Rd and 19 St|
|Service and Access Details|
|Description (Service)||An historical park featuring 20 Mile Creek Cataracts, scenic gorge and the Bruce Trail. Hosts the Annual Thanksgiving Festival in October and has hiking trails, displays, and the Bert Miller Arboretum. Guided historical tours for groups are available by reservation only.
The Centre for Conservation opened its doors in 2008. This facility houses state-of-the-art technologies along with more traditional systems, like the rainwater cisterns, utilized at the site's heritage buildings. In November 2008 the Centre for Conservation was officially certified as a LEED Gold Building by the Canada Green Building Council.
The Wedding Chapel,the Big Barn and the Centre for Conservation may be rented year round. Call for details. The Pavilion can be rented weekends and week days. Also offers summer day camps for children and youth.
|Hours||Mon-Sun 9 am-4 pm|
|Dates||Heritage buildings - Apr 1-Nov 2;
Church & Centre - all year
|Application||Call for information|
|Fees||Admission - Adults - $7 Student/Senior - $5 Max $21/Car|
|Physical Access||Fully Accessible|
|Legal Status||(50) Non Profit|
|Funding||Provincial - Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport|
|Service Categories||Hiking ; Land Conservation ; Public Parks ; Sightseeing/Guided Tours|
|Events||Visit the Thanksgiving Festival, which runs for 4 days each year on the Thanksgiving Weekend in October, call park for more info and reservations.|