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Beamer Memorial Conservation Area, Grimsby

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Wildlife Area
Beamer Memorial Conservation Area is located on the Niagara Escarpment in Grimsby, Ontario, Canada and is owned and operated by the Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority. It is noted for being the best location on the Niagara Peninsula to observe the annual spring migration of raptors.LandformThe cliffs of the Niagara Escarpment, the rolling terrain of the Vinemount Moraine and the deeply incised gorge of the Forty Mile Creek are the most prominent topographic features of the area.
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  • We live in Grimsby and have the great pleasure of having Beamer Memorial Conservation Area (We call it Beamer's Falls) in our "Back Yard", and to have the ability to go up to the top of the escarpment...  more »
  • Worth a stop in Grimsby, if you're on the QEW between Hamilton and St Catharines! Beamer has a wheelchair accessible path that takes you to Look-out points on the top of the Niagara Escarpment where y...  more »
  • We went to the Beamer Memorial Conservation area in mid April. If you're driving in through Quarry Rd you'll find a gate that you can drive through to get to the main trail. We parked there and starte...  more »
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  • A good place for a walk in the forest where you can look out from the escarpment, overlook Grimsby and on a clear day see all the way to Toronto.
  • A great place for a family hike. Different paths with varying degrees of difficulty including a connection to the 40 Creek side trail that leads all the way to the lake. Some spectacular views of the Town of Grimsby from the top of the Niagara Escarpment. Highlights include a bird observation tower that is especially popular during spring raptor migration along the escarpment. There are also educational panels related to the Carolinian forest and locals birds, trees, and salamanders. The look-outs are particularly beautiful in the fall when you can see the spectrum of autumn colours looking across the 40 Mile Creek ravine. There are toilets on site as well.
  • Beautiful short hike along the escarpment. Nice rock cliffs overlooking the town.
  • Beautiful hiking trails through the carolinian forest with excellent escarpment views. Seasonal hawk-watch area.
  • Good view