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Town of Lincoln
Discover what's on their table.


Set amidst the beauty of the Niagara Escarpment and vistas of the Lake Ontario shoreline, Lincoln is your gateway to SHOP, TASTE, and EXPLORE the all that West Niagara has to offer. Lincoln offers a diverse portfolio of activities and experiences that are sure to satisfy every type of travel enthusiast on your list.

TASTE your way from farm to table and sip from vine to glass; as you visit one of over 50, world-class craft beverage and culinary destinations. EXPLORE our bicycle-friendly trails, paddle-worthy waterways and picturesque landscape. IMMERSE yourself in history and the arts like never before, at one of our unique cultural and heritage sites. SHOP until you drop in our charming boutiques, bountiful farmers markets and adventure-worthy outfitters.

No matter your preferred style adventure; our vibrant people and welcoming communities are standing-by to LINC you up with everything you need to create your next memorable adventure!

 


This is the living, beating, heart of Niagara’s wine country. We highly recommend exploring the many artisan wineries in the region. Our favorites include Malivoire, Rosewood Estates, KEW Vineyards, The Organized Crime and Back 10 Cellars – but that’s just the start!

For those who love to eat, we highly recommend booking a table on the patio at Westcott Vineyards where Feast On chefs Ricky Casipe and Olivia Simpson sling wood-fired food inspired by global flavours but made with hyper local ingredients. We love their take on Hawaiian pizza that features preserved Niagara peaches and smoked Ontario bacon.

For those on #BlossomWatch, May is definitely the best time to visit. The area comes alive with thousands of cherry, peach and nectarine blossoms. Book a table at The Good Earth Winery for lunch, then stroll through their orchard for that perfect ‘grammable moment.

Don’t leave the area without a visiting the Sipping Room at Dillon’s Small Batch Distillers where Geoff Dillon and his team make their award winning craft spirits and bitters. We love the Rose Gin, but seasonal curiosities like the Black Walnut Amaro or Cassis are also well worth road trippin’ for.

Like cheese? Upper Canada Cheese makes some of the best in the country. Grab a couple wheels of Comfort Cream, a loaf of De La Terre Bakery sourdough and some Cherry Lane preserves at their shop, then head to Balls Falls Conservation Area. Just like that, you’ve got yourself the makings of a perfect picnic.




Exploring the Region?

Here are a few great places to start.

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