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The Comfort Maple is a perfect place to stop for a visit while out touring the Niagara area, and is an especially ‘picture perfect’ spot for photos of you and your ride during Ontario’s fall colour displays in October.

My personal goal is to get a photo of Ruby at its base in spring, summer, fall and (early/late) winter.

Purchased in 1962, restored and maintained by the Niagara Peninsula Conservations Authority, Ball’s Falls occupies over 80 hectares (200 acres) of the original 480 hectares (1,200 acres) purchased by the Ball brothers.

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They also offer a variety of snacks and beverages in their gift shop, and they also sell various meats for you to take home including wild boar, water buffalo, bison, and kangaroo.

The gift shop showcases a wide selection of Ostrich-related merchandise that includes an exclusive Ostrich leather line where you can find purses, cell phone cases, i Pad cases, men’s wallets and more.

After taking exit 68 and hitting Bartlett Avenue North and heading towards the lake, you’ll turn left onto Lake and then right onto Betts.

Once there, you’ll find yourself on narrow, little streets (like Auditorium Circle and Temple Lane) that are lined with a collection of the cutest (and most colourful) little Victorian gingerbread cottages I’ve ever seen.

The Comfort Maple Conservation Area conserves what is widely believed to be the oldest and finest sugar maple tree in Canada.

The 530 year old tree towers about 80 feet at its crown with a trunk circumference of 6 meters (20 feet).

Open weekends only in (September and) October (Saturdays from 10am to 5pm and Sundays from noon until 5pm), you can take an educational tour which includes everything from viewing ostrich chicks, feeding the yearlings, and saying hello to their Rednecks, Bluenecks & African Black adult ostriches.

There’s a picnic area so you can either bring your own snacks or try an Ostrich Burger or Water Buffalo Burger cooked right there on the BBQ if you’re feeling adventurous.

Buildings at Ball’s Falls include the Ball Home built in 1846 and presented today as a 1920’s home; Privy/Tool Shed; Smoke House; Ball Family Barn; Display Barn; Bake Oven; Grist Mill built in 1809; St.

George Church built in 1864 and moved from Hannon in 1973; Restored Lime Kiln built in 1886; Woolen Mill Ruins built in 1824 and operated until 1886; Fairchild or Troup-Secord Log Cabin moved from Jordan Station in 1963; Furry Cabin moved from Wainfleet Township, and the White House built in 1856 as a tenant building, now used for programming as the Field Centre.

Known as the Grimsby Beach Cottages, many of the houses date back to the late 1800’s and were first used as summer cottages.

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