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Jordan, Ontario

Twenty Valley & Jordan Village Activities

Nestled on the edge of the Niagara escarpment, Twenty Valley offers breathtaking scenery and an array of activities that will suit any type of traveller, any time of year.

With over 50 wineries, set in the heart of this picturesque region, the wine tasting options are endless Whether you’re planning a self-guided tour or opt for a professional one, you are sure to find the perfect wine amid scenic country roads lined with vineyards and orchards.

Jordan Village offers a quiet, serene escape, off the beaten path. Find unique specialty shops, a relaxing spa, exclusive artwork and stunning home and garden decor. Enjoy impeccable dining at Inn On The Twenty Restaurant or opt for a more casual experience at the Jordan House Pub.

Surrounded by one of the most gorgeous regions in Ontario, Jordan Village offers nearby hiking and biking paths, canoe rentals, a drive-in theatre and several golf courses where you can tee off in style.

Choose the path less travelled and visit Twenty Valley and Jordan Village in Niagara wine country.



Winter WineFest - January
Niagara Icewine Festival - January
Get Fresh in the Valley - April
Niagara Homegrown Wine Festival - June
Annual Peach Festival - August
Niagara Wine Festival - September
Wrapped Up in the Valley - November



Often referred to as the loveliest town in Ontario, Niagara-on-the-Lake offers world-renowned theatre, charming boutiques and historic architecture. Enjoy culinary masterpieces served with award-winning local wine and various seasonal events. This charming town is a must-visit any time of year.

Jordan Village

Situated amidst the wineries of the Niagara Escarpment, Jordan Village is brimming with things to do and see – culinary delights, galleries, fabulous shopping, antiques, history, award-winning wineries, hiking & biking paths.

St. Catharines + Port Dalhousie

Filled with magnificent gardens, beautiful waterfront and over 1,000 acres of lush parkland. St. Catharines offers trails, fishing charters, cycling tours, sky diving, wind surfing, beaches, boating, marinas, sports fields, arenas, tobogganing, rowing, skating and cross country skiing venues. Visit the charming Lakeside Park Carousel, rides are only a nickel!


The Art Festival on Nelles Boulevard in early September and Grimsby Art Gallery, lure hundreds of artists and craftspeople, and thousands of visitors from all over Ontario and the United States to view the work of some of Canada's most outstanding artists.


Visitors marvel at the area's natural beauty as they enjoy any number of festivals, sporting events, and outdoor activities. Known officially as the Rose City, Welland is home to over 350 acres of fine parks and has one of the finest rose gardens in the country. It is also home to the Welland Recreational Canal -- once part of the St. Lawrence Seaway System - and Merritt Island, an outdoor paradise nestled along the waterway.

Niagara Falls