The Winona Peach Festival began in 1967 and now welcomes more than 100,000 attendees from all over North America.
Battlefield Park and Monument marks the June 6, 1813 British victory over American forces at the Battle of Stoney Creek during the War of 1812. Visitors can experience 19th-century life or watch a battle re-enactment.
The Fifty Point Conservation Area, an 80-hectare park with two beaches and a marina, lies on the far eastern edge of the riding.
This riding has a Lake Ontario shoreline of about 20 km, including 8 km of sandy beaches.
National Historic Sites include the 1813 Stoney Creek Battlefield, Gage House and the 1859 Hamilton Waterworks.