Peter SaccoDave Bennison
Back in the late 1800's, Canada's Erie Beach was the place to visit. In fact, millions of Canadians and Americans visited this majestic park. It was Canada's version of Atlantic City. Boatloads of Americans would come from Buffalo to experience; the tremendous boardwalk, the dance hall, the thrilling roller coasters and rides, the casino and of course the world's largest swimming pool. In the early 1900's disasters struck and the park was put out of business for good. All that stands today are the ruins and remnants of this once famous park, Erie Beach...Canada's Atlantic City.