Centre of it all

Rolling Meadows pond

No matter what the season, the Niagara Region is loaded with fun and exciting amenities and attractions — and with our central location, Rolling Meadows is located in the heart of it all!

When home is Rolling Meadows you’re surrounded by more than 80 wineries of great diversity and origin, more than 40 gold courses offer every level of challenge, cycling on hundreds of miles of off road, path, paved and quiet rural roadside trails. The site is so close to the Welland Canal you can actually see the tops of ships as they travel up and down the great locks. Just minutes away awaits Short Hills Provincial Park, home to more than 1800 aces of Carolinian forest and the geologically fascinating Niagara Escarpment.

In not much more than 10 minutes you can visit the home of the world renowned Helley Regatta, the historic harbourfront village of Port Dalhouse, or enjoy the quaint rural nature of Jordan Village. Often called the “loveliest town in Ontario”, the heritage district of old Niagara-on-theLake, home to the Shaw Festival, is also just minutes away.

Just as close and easily visible from Rolling Meadows is the skyline of Niagara Falls with all its world-class attractions including the excitement of Niagara Fallsview Casino and Casino Niagara. Referred to as the “prettiest Sunday afternoon drive in the world”, The Niagara Parkway, with its breathtaking views down into the Niagara River, extends from Fort Erie through Niagara Falls and all the way into Niagara-on-the-Lake. And if a little cross-border shopping is on your to-do list, the Rainbow Bridge is a 10-minute drive away.

Rolling Meadows Community Rolling Meadows pond with ducks swimming in it. Rolling Meadows pond with ducks swimming in it. Rolling Meadows pond
Rolling Meadows

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