Fonthill, Ontario is a small farming community that sits atop of the Fonthill Kame. Fonthill is actually the highest elevation with the Niagara Region and at its highest point one can see both Great Lakes at the same time, the only place in the region where this is possible.
Fruit farms dot the countryside, however Fonthill is situated on an ancient glacial deposit of sand and rock making aggregate mining common in the area. Fonthill balances city conveniences with an abundance of green spaces.
The Steve Bauer Trail, named after a Pelham resident and Olympian, as well as Harold Bradshaw Park, named in honour of a former mayor are both located within the town of Fonthill.