The world’s largest Mudcat and Dunnville’s Mascot.
A nine-span bridge, the only one of its type in Canada.
Cayuga Grand Vista Trail
The best sunset views on this rail bridge over the Grand River.
Nicolas Log Cabin
Original one-storey, one-room log house built in 1835 now part of Haldimand Museums.
Dunnville Farmers Market & Waterfront Park
Great backdrop for a selfie and for shopping for local food, the park is also home to Haldimand’s first Heritage Tree.
Ruthven Park National Historic Site
Greek Revival Mansion built in 1845 on the shores of the Grand River.
A World War 2 Harvard airplane is permanently on display in front of the Dunnville library. Check out even more warplane heritage at the No. 6 RCAF Dunnville Musuem.
Rock Point Provincial Park
Exposed fossils of a coral reef dating back to over 350 million years embedded in limestone shelf along the beach.
Mohawk Island (formerly called Gull Island)
This heritage lighthouse has been deserted for many years and the island is a National Wildlife Area (you cannot visit the island because of its nesting grounds, but it can be viewed from the mainland or by boat).
Port Maitland Pier & Lighthouse
The long concrete pier juts out into Lake Erie and is a popular fishing spot. The original lighthouse was built in 1846 to protect the popular hipping industry of the day.