Note: Listing of Landmarks from North to South.
- Queenston Traffic Circle
- Bartonville Cemetery
- Canadian Pacific Railway line
- Rosedale Park
- Rosedale Arena
- Red Hill Valley Trail (East of Arena)
- Red Hill Valley Parkway (East of Arena/Park)
- Escarpment Rail Trail (abandoned railway path)
- Chippawa Rail Trail (abandoned railway path)
- King's Forest Park
- King's Forest Golf Course
- Bruce Trail (West of golf course)
- Red Hill Creek (East of golf course)
- Oak Knoll Park
- Buttermilk Falls (backend of King's Forest Park)
- Albion Falls (backend of King's Forest Park)
- Glendale Falls (backend of King's Forest Park)
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