Are you eager to explore the local area and get to know its history? Start at Fintry Estates and Provincial Park!
Captain James Dun-waters purchased what was then called the “Delta” in the 19th century and soon renamed the area to “Fintry” after his hometown in Scotland. Fintry is now well-known for its Historical Heritage Buildings, as well as camping, swimming, and exploring.
There are several Heritage Buildings to be explored in Fintry and they have been restored so we can continue to enjoy the history that Fintry brought to Westside Road. A few of the heritage buildings that can be found are:
- Barn Complex + Hay shed Granary
- Horse Barn
- Dairy Barn
- Pig Barn
- Site of “Chalet”
- Path to Falls and Pelton Wheel water intake
- Hayfields-Orchard Site
- Manor House
- Copper Beech + Weeping Beech
- Dog Kennel
- Alice’s Grave
Check out the “self guided tour map” here!