These local gems are enjoyed by those who love to sit back or run forward and enjoy the natural and built beauty of South Dundas.

Carman House Museum

Built in 1815, this United Empire Loyalist heritage home is rich in history. It is one of only three stone homes in Iroquois that survived the Seaway Expansion project of the 1950s. Costumed interpreters will take you on a tour of the home and the notable historic kitchen garden. Carman House Museum

Iroquois Locks

Take a trip to Iroquois Point and watch ships come and go through the Iroquois Locks on the St. Lawrence River. Catch a glimpse of a family of osprey who nest in a custom built platform at the West end of the Locks.

Golf Courses

The Iroquois Golf Club and the Morrisburg Golf Club are both located on the waterfront, offering spectacular views of the passing lake liners and a refreshing river breeze.  Cedar Glen Golf Course in Williamsburg specializes in variety, offering a blend of tree lined fairways and links style golf. Or test your accuracy at Nationview Golf Course where 13 of 18 holes have water nearby. Upper Canada Golf Course was the host of the 2013 Great Waterway Classic, part of the PGA schedule.

Beaches

The Iroquois and Morrisburg beaches are popular destinations open to the public and equipped with washrooms and change facilities. Crysler Beach located next to Upper Canada Village is also a great destination for an afternoon of family fun. Children playing on beach

Nature Trails

South Dundas is rich in nature. The Two Creeks Forest and Robert Graham Trail each offer over 5 km of winding trailers set in a pristine natural oasis. Outdoor enthusiasts can also explore the nearby Upper Canada Migratory Bird Sanctuary which covers over 9,000 acres of a variety of wildlife habitat. These trails all offer year round hiking and cross country skiing in the winter.