Vineland Station

Vineland Station: A Hidden Gem in Ontario

Nestled in the heart of the Niagara Region, Vineland Station is a small community that offers visitors a unique blend of natural beauty, history, and culture. From its picturesque vineyards and orchards to its charming downtown area, there is something for everyone in Vineland Station.


  • Vineland Estates Winery: This award-winning winery offers tours and tastings of their premium wines, as well as a restaurant with stunning views of the vineyards.
  • Balls Falls Conservation Area: This beautiful park features hiking trails, waterfalls, and historic buildings dating back to the 1800s.
  • Jordan Historical Museum: Learn about the history of the area through exhibits and artifacts at this museum located in a restored 19th-century schoolhouse.
  • Cherry Avenue Farms: Pick your own fresh fruit and vegetables at this family-owned farm, which also offers a market and bakery.
  • Twenty Valley Golf and Country Club: This scenic golf course offers 18 holes of challenging play surrounded by rolling hills and vineyards.
  • Vineland Research and Innovation Centre: Discover the latest in agricultural research and technology at this world-renowned facility.

Natural Wonders

  • Niagara Escarpment: This UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve runs through Vineland Station and offers stunning views of the surrounding countryside.
  • Short Hills Provincial Park: Just a short drive from Vineland Station, this park features hiking trails, waterfalls, and wildlife viewing opportunities.
  • Lake Ontario: The nearby lake offers opportunities for swimming, boating, and fishing.


  • Vineland Thanksgiving Arts and Crafts Show: Held annually in October, this event features over 100 vendors selling handmade crafts and artwork.
  • Vineland Christmas Market: Get into the holiday spirit with this festive market featuring local artisans, food vendors, and live entertainment.


Vineland Station was established in the mid-1800s as a stop on the Great Western Railway. The community was named after Thomas H. Vineland, who was instrumental in the development of the railway line. In 1970, Vineland Station was incorporated as a village within the Town of Lincoln.


Whether you're interested in history, nature, or just relaxing with a glass of wine, Vineland Station has something to offer. With its beautiful scenery, friendly locals, and unique attractions, it's no wonder that this hidden gem is becoming a popular destination for visitors to Ontario.


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