What to See and Do in Welland
For public safety concerns over Covid-19, many events in the City of Welland have been postponed or cancelled. Please contact the event planner or venue of each event for additional details or the event status.
This is Niagara’s premier sporting facility located just off Hwy 406 in Welland. Youngs Sportsplex is unique because it offers a wide variety of sports. Competitive and recreational athletes play indoor soccer, tennis, ultimate Frisbee, football, slo-pitch, bubble soccer and field lacrosse. Stop by to hit some balls at the indoor golf range. Whatever sport you’re into, Youngs Sportsplex has what you are looking for. Visit youngssportsplex.com
Niagara Central Dorothy Rungeling Airport
Traditionally referred to as the “Welland Airport” and owned by Niagara’s southern tier municipalities, the Niagara Central Dorothy Rungeling Airport is just outside the city. The airport is home to the Niagara Skydive Centre: Ready to take the biggest step of your life? Visit Niagara Skydive Centre and learn more.
Welland County Motorcycle Club
Ten minutes from Welland, the Niagara motorcycle raceway features a Dirt Track Speedway. Saturday night is Race Night from June to September. Visit www.wellandmotorcycleclub.com
Bring your fishing rod when visiting Welland to meet some new friends at one of our canal fishing docks. Welland has always been a fishing hot-spot for locals and a quiet place to catch perch and catfish. The city places several docks on the water from spring to summer for people to enjoy the view or see what they can catch. The Province of Ontario requires most people to possess a valid fishing licence. You must have this licence with you at all times when fishing. To obtain a license or for more information visit the Ministry of Natural Resources at www.ontario.ca/page/get-outdoors-card
Niagara is home to some of the most picturesque golf courses in Southern Ontario. Courses include: