Port Stanley Beach + St. Thomas Elevated Park
Sun July 16, 2023
All prices are per person, in Canadian dollars. All taxes and tips are included!
Youth & Adults • $89 per person
Children 2-10 • $49 per child
To book over the phone
please call (866) 208-2950
- Round trip transportation on deluxe bus with a washroom.
- Visit to Port Stanley Main Beach for one of the best Blue Flag beaches in Canada. Lunch is not included in price of tour, please bring your own lunch and refreshments or purchase something from one of the options at our lunch stop in the highway service centre.
- Visit to St. Thomas Elevated Park and free time to walk the bridge and if you feel inclined, a part of the Trans-Canada Trail.
- Visit to "Jumbo" The Elephant Memorial.
- Escorted tour with ShortTrips.ca tour director available during tour.
- All tips & taxes included.
Approximate Return Times
- Mississauga 7:40 PM
- York Mills 8:20 PM
- Scarborough 8:45 PM
Deposits, Payments, Cancellations & Refunds
- 100% full refund if you cancel at least 2 days before the trip departure date (by July 14, 11:59 PM)
- Sorry but no refunds if cancellation is received less then 2 days before trip departure date.
- You can transfer your seat to anyone else you know, up to the time of departure without penalty.
Travelling With Children
- Children 2-10 and Youth 11-17 are welcome on this tour. Pricing shown above.
Port Stanley Beach
St. Thomas Elevated Park
Simply put, it’s a park in the sky, some 95 feet over the Kettle Creek valley. Constructed in 1929, this bridge once served as a vital transportation route, accommodating over 50 trains per day. This architectural marvel, part of the Michigan Central Railroad, gracefully towered 34 meters above the picturesque Kettle Creek Valley. Now, transformed into an expansive park measuring 30 feet wide and stretching 850 feet long, visitors can walk the bridge surrounded by flower beds, captivating public art, and a delightful trail suitable for leisurely strolls
"Jumbo" The Elephant Memorial
We visit the life-sized statue of the most famous elephant in the world! Jumbo, “The King of Elephants” was tragically killed when he was struck by a Grand Trunk Locomotive in St. Thomas Ontario, on September 15th, 1885. In 1985 on the 100th anniversary of Jumbo’s death, the City of St. Thomas dedicated a 38 ton statue as a tribute to the most famous elephant who ever lived.