Why you'd want to live in Fort Erie
With a population of just over 30,000 people, Fort Erie still prides itself on its authentic small-town lifestyle that is family-oriented and full of nature. Fort Erie is one of the many amazing towns that the Niagara Region has to offer. This charming border town was established in 1764 and has a deep, rich history that led to its designation as a National Historic Site of Canada in 1931. Fort Erie is located on the southeast end of the Niagara Region and is surrounded by Lake Erie to the south and the Niagara River to the east and north. Directly across from Fort Erie, separated only by the river is Buffalo, New York which can be accessed through the Peace Bridge, the second busiest border crossing between Canada and the United States. There are many amazing things to see and do in Fort Erie and many reasons that make it a great place to live.