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Merritt Park Fountain
Canada
Merritt Park in Welland sits beside the old part of the Welland Ship Canal that connects Lake Erie and Lake Ontario, bypassing Niagara Falls. The Seaway Authority sold of it's lands to communities who now maintain the bridges and have converted much of the land to recreational use. You can bike, hike, row or paddle through this area for long distances.
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Tags: fountain; welland; canal; water; recreation; seaway
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