Lake Ontario floods beaches under water in Port Dalhousie Ontario Canada

Lake Ontario floods beaches under water in Port Dalhousie Ontario Canada

5 views 20 june 2017
the idea girl says
i think we’ll have to change our tourism area here from walking the dogs, rollerblading, picnics, and boating to canoes and paddle boat rentals lol
the water is about 4 feet deep in this area, covering all the sidewalks, and walkways along the beach. one hundred and fifty feet of beach suntanning space is gone! I guess now you’ll have to head to the beaches in Fort Erie along Lake Erie, they are smaller but not as badly. We have paid for parking $10 a day, but otherwise our docks, and picnic areas have free parking in them and lots of little restaurants and food areas.

the restaurants and bars are still open down in port dalhousie, free parking lot is still not touched by the ravaging flood waters of lake ontario. 🙂

have fun! summer party time! 🙂

Pier under water Lake Ontario Floods Port Dalhousie Canada

Pier under water Lake Ontario Floods Port Dalhousie Canada

the idea girl says
this was the biggest shocker, over 6 feet wide of sidewalks, the boardwalk on the PIER is under water, you can see how high it is behind the benches, they are half submerged from the flood waters of lake ontario as it spills into Port Dalhousie Ontario Canada
so much for those walks or going fishing!
even the Marina is vacant, because the docks are under water
may 27 2017 filmed by linda randall chisholm – idea girl canada

Floods lake ontario beach washrooms surrounded by water

Floods lake ontario beach washrooms surrounded by water

11 views 20 june 2016
the idea girl says
you can see they have quickly built a cement barrier wall in behind the washrooms which are up on a hill, thank god!
the waters and waves from the flooding in lake ontario have deposited debris right up to the back doors of the washrooms and it’s flooded around the front part of it – the sidewalks are under water all along the beach front here in port dalhousie, ontario canada – may 2017