Town of Lincoln (Lower Tier Niagara)
    

Phone : (905) 563-4304
Your Host(s) : Canada Post Beamsville

Beamsville, ON (Nearby: Campden, Vineland Station, Vineland, Grimsby, Smithville)

  • Ball’s Falls Gristmill John and George Ball were awarded this land as soldiers loyal to the British in the American Revolution. They built this five story grist mill at the lower of two waterfalls in 1809. The Niagara Conservation Authority purchased the property in 1962.
  • Ball’s Falls Gristmill John and George Ball were awarded this land as soldiers loyal to the British in the American Revolution. They built this five story grist mill at the lower of two waterfalls in 1809. The Niagara Conservation Authority purchased the property in 1962.
  • Ball’s Falls Gristmill John and George Ball were awarded this land as soldiers loyal to the British in the American Revolution. They built this five story grist mill at the lower of two waterfalls in 1809. The Niagara Conservation Authority purchased the property in 1962.
  • Ball’s Woolen Mill Ruins John and George Ball were awarded this land as soldiers loyal to the British in the American Revolution. They built a five story grist mill at the lower of two waterfalls in 1809 and added a woolen mill near the Upper Falls in about 1840. The Niagara Conservation Authority purchased the property in 1962.
  • Ball’s Woolen Mill Ruins John and George Ball were awarded this land as soldiers loyal to the British in the American Revolution. They built a five story grist mill at the lower of two waterfalls in 1809 and added a woolen mill near the Upper Falls in about 1840. The Niagara Conservation Authority purchased the property in 1962.

5005 King
Beamsville, Ontario
L0R 1B6


Ontario Tourism Region : Niagara Falls and Wine Country

Description From Owner:
  • Pop. 18,175. Town in the Reg. Mun. of Niagara. The town was created in 1970 by regional government by the amalgamation of the Town of Beamsville, the T. of Louth, and the police villages of Camp den, Jordan, Jordan Station, and Vineland.
  • It was named after the former county of Lincoln of which it was once a part. Lincoln C. was created in 1792 by Col. John Graves Simcoe, fIrst lieutenant-governor of Upper Canada. It was named after Lincolnshire, England.


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Off the beaten track:
 
  • Grimsby Beach, 4km
  • Nelles Estates, 6km
  • Vineland Station, 7km
  • Vineland, 8km
  • Tintern, 10km
  • Grimsby Centre, 9km
  • Jordan Harbour, 9km
  • Silverdale, 12km
  • Smithville, 11km
  • St. Anns, 13km
  • Jordan, 10km
  • Jordan Station, 10km
  • Pelham Union, 12km
  • Allen's Corners, 12km
  • Rosedene, 15km
  • Kimbo, 13km
  • Bismarck, 16km
 
  • Wilcox Corners, 16km
  • Basingstoke, 15km
  • Rockway, Niagara Falls area, 15km
  • Winona Park, 14km
  • Winona, 14km
  • North Pelham, 17km
  • Boyle, 19km
  • Wellandport, 20km
  • Winslow, 19km
  • Elcho, 20km
  • Tweedside, 16km
  • Port Dalhousie, 16km
  • Barnesdale, 16km
  • Fulton, 17km
  • Vinemount, 16km
  • Effingham, 19km
  • Martindale Heights, 17km
 
  • Port Davidson, 23km
  • Pelham, 17km
  • Pelham Centre, 21km
  • Henley, 17km
  • Power Glen, 19km
  • Ridley Heights, 18km
  • Ridgeville, 21km
  • Attercliffe, 23km
  • Stoney Creek, 18km
  • Oswego Park, 24km
  • DeCew Falls, 19km
  • Perry, Welland area, 25km
  • Western Hill, 19km
  • Montebello, 18km
  • Shipman, 18km
  • Abingdon, 20km

Nearby Lakes:
 
  • Eighteen Mile Pond, 11km
  • Sixteen Mile Pond, 12km
  • Fifteen Mile Pond, 13km
  • Dils Lake, 22km
  • Martindale Pond, 17km
  • Lake Moodie, 20km
  • Lake Gibson, 22km
  • Eight Mile Pond, 24km
  • Biederman Pond, 35km
  • The Clay Pits, 37km
  • Quarry Ponds, 37km
  • Four Mile Pond, 30km
  • Two Mile Pond, 31km
  • Lake Niapenco, 32km
  • Fisher's Pond, 38km
  • Lighthouse Pond, 48km
  • Long Pond, 49km
 
  • Lake Medad, 39km
  • West Pond, 50km
  • Grenadier Pond, 51km
  • West Pond, 38km
  • Lake Wabukayne, 49km
  • Lake Aquitaine, 50km
  • Mill Pond, 49km
  • Dry Lake, 47km
  • Progreston Pond, 46km
  • Carlisle Pond, 47km
  • Crawford Lake, 49km
  • McClures Lake, 49km
  • Christie Reservoir, 46km
  • Kelso Lake, 52km
  • Gulliver's Lake, 48km
  • Claireville Reservoir, 63km
  • Campbellville Pond, 53km
 
  • Scotch Block Reservoir, 58km
  • Dunmark Lake, 50km
  • Mountsberg Reservoir, 55km
  • Heart Lake, 67km
  • Emerald Lake, 59km
  • Valens Reservoir, 58km
  • Toogood Pond, 77km
  • Fairy Lake, 67km
  • Thompson Lake, 82km
  • Philips Lake, 82km
  • Bond Lake, 83km
  • Victoria Lake, 62km
  • Mohawk Lake, 61km
  • Wilcox Lake, 85km
  • Hackett Lake, 85km
  • Mary Lake, 85km