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Stoney Creek

Phone : (905) 664-3360
Your Host(s) : Canada Post Stoney Creek

Stoney Creek, ON (Nearby: Fruitland, Stoney Creek, Winona, Stoney Creek, Grassie, Grimsby, Binbrook)

38 King St. E.
Stoney Creek, Ontario
L8G 1K1

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Ontario Tourism Region : Hamilton, Halton, and Brant

Description From Owner:
  • Pop. 54,166. Town in the Reg. Mun. of Hamilton-Wentworth on L. Ontario at the mouth of Stoney Cr. and the QEW immediately SE of the City of Hamilton.
  • The first settlers were United Empire Loyalists. The place was a hamlet with one store when the War of 1812 broke out, and it became the site of a famous battle.
  • In the Battle of Stoney Creek in 1813 an attacking force of 2,000 Americans was captured by700 British troops under the command of Lt. Col. John Harvey.
  • The British captured two American brigadier-generals, Chandler and Winder. The battle was considered the turning point that prevented American troops from overrunning Canada.
  • Battlefield House, where Mary Gage tended the wounded of both sides, was the Gage home and is now a museum.
  • Stoney Creek was the birthplace of the Women's Institute, formed by Erland Lee, a founder of the Farmer's Institute, assisted by his wife and Mrs. Adelaide Hunter-Hoodless.
  • In 1913 the Battle of Stoney Creek was marked by unveiling a monument in Battle-field Park. The unveiling was done by Queen Mary who pushed a button in England and sent an electrical impulse here.
  • The place is believed to have taken its name from Stony Creek, since there was a post office by that name in 1827, the same year the 'e' was inserted.
  • Some historians contend that the name came from early settlers Jim Stoney, a trapper, and Edmund Stoney, an Anglican minister.

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Nearby Lakes:
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  • Fisher's Pond, 23km
  • West Pond, 20km
  • Lake Medad, 24km
  • Dils Lake, 27km
  • Progreston Pond, 30km
  • Christie Reservoir, 28km
  • Carlisle Pond, 31km
  • McClures Lake, 34km
  • Dry Lake, 35km
  • Gulliver's Lake, 31km
  • Eighteen Mile Pond, 30km
  • Crawford Lake, 36km
  • Mill Pond, 38km
  • Sixteen Mile Pond, 30km
  • Lake Wabukayne, 42km
  • Fifteen Mile Pond, 31km
  • Lake Aquitaine, 43km
  • Kelso Lake, 40km
  • Dunmark Lake, 32km
  • Campbellville Pond, 39km
  • Martindale Pond, 35km
  • Mountsberg Reservoir, 40km
  • Scotch Block Reservoir, 46km
  • Lake Moodie, 37km
  • Valens Reservoir, 41km
  • Emerald Lake, 42km
  • Lake Gibson, 40km
  • Biederman Pond, 46km
  • West Pond, 52km
  • Grenadier Pond, 52km
  • Eight Mile Pond, 42km
  • Lighthouse Pond, 52km
  • The Clay Pits, 49km
  • Long Pond, 53km
  • Quarry Ponds, 49km
  • Mohawk Lake, 44km
  • Victoria Lake, 46km
  • Claireville Reservoir, 60km
  • Heart Lake, 60km
  • Fairy Lake, 55km
  • Four Mile Pond, 47km
  • Two Mile Pond, 49km
  • Little Lake, 52km
  • Puslinch Lake, 52km
  • Blue Lake, 51km
  • Smiths Mill Pond, 53km
  • Cottrell Lake, 52km
  • Cowan's Lake, 52km
  • Deans Lake, 53km