The Niagara Parks Botanical Gardens are located nine kilometers north of the Canadian Falls. With over 2,000 vibrant coloured butterflies fluttering about the 180 metres of paths, it’s a true oasis this lush vegetation and soothing waterfalls. Enjoy a self-guided walking tour and informational video.
Hornblower Niagara Cruises
Take a ride of a lifetime into the heart of the falls and feel the mist as you hear the thundering waters. It’s a 20 minute voyage you won’t forget. Take in the beauty of the Niagar Gorge, American Falls, Bridal Veil Falls, and the famous Canadian Horseshoe Falls.
Great Gorge Adventure
For thousands of years the waters of Niagara have cut this deep and narrow gorge. At this vantage point the visitor can see the wonders of nature from an observation platform or the boardwalk at the river’s edge. Here you will experience the many sights and sounds of the narrowest point in the Niagara River.
Journey Behind the Falls
Visitors to Niagara Falls can enjoy the thunder of the waters from a completely different perspective by visiting The Journey Behind the Falls attraction.
Marineland Theme Park
Make friends with a killer whale at Marineland’s Friendship Cove. The largest killer whale habitat in the world, Friendship Cove, is surrounded by walkways for above water and underwater viewing of killer whales. Beaching areas allow for an even closer look at these wonderful creatures from nose to fluke. Best of all, Friendship Cove offers guests the chance to touch a killer whale. Approximately seven minutes from the campground.
Enjoy a round of golf at North America’s oldest golf course. Executive and Cayman-play golf is available at a country course. See living history at Fort George or learn about the past at the Historical Museum. Ride the historic S.S. Pumper, speed up the river on the Whirlpool Jet Boat or enjoy a bird’s-eye view from aboard a Skyway Helicopter. Only half hour away from the campground – take a beautiful drive along the scenic Niagara River Parkway to get there.
Niagara Parks Botanical Gardens
One hundred acres of immaculately maintained gardens provide a visual feast for some three quarters of a million visitors annually. Six miles north of Horseshoe Falls on the Niagara Parkway is the Niagara Parks Botanical Gardens and School of Horticulture. Established in 1936, it is the only regimental school for training horticultural students in Canada.
Whirlpool Public Golf Course
Ranked as one of the top public courses in all of Canada, the Whirlpool Public Golf Course is located in a spectacular setting against the backdrop of the Niagara River whirlpool and gorge. The Niagara Parks Whirlpool Public Golf Course is owned and operated by the Niagara Parks Commission.
Niagara wineries produce award winning wines known the world over. The Wineries in Niagara are flourishing because of their hard work and desire to repeatedly create spectacular wines for enthusiasts and amateurs alike.
Niagara River Recreational Trail
The Niagara River Recreation Trail is a scenic, paved path for non-motorized traffic stretching some 58 kilometers (35 miles) along the Canadian side of the Niagara River.
Niagara Spanish Aero Car
The best way to see Niagara’s fascinating Whirlpool is from high overhead – aboard the world famous Niagara Spanish Aero Car. Located 4.5 kilometers (3 miles) north of the Falls, suspended from sturdy cables, the Niagara Spanish Aero Car offers a wonderful view.
Oh, Canada, Eh?! Dinner Theatre
The award winning Oh Canada Eh?! Dinner Show in Niagara Falls is a musical celebration of Canada that provides an unforgettable Canadian experience. Meet singing Mounties, lumberjacks, Anne of Green Gables, and other Canadian characters as you enjoy the songs and scenes of Canada.
Fabulous view of the Falls and surrounding area, ride to the top to the observation deck or dine in the world’s famous revolving dining room. Reservations are important; the front desk staff will gladly help you out.
City of Toronto
Only 80 miles from Niagara Falls, excellent four-lane freeway, lots to see and do! Catch a Blue Jays baseball game, ride up the CN Tower, take a ferry to Toronto Island, catch a show, or simply spend the day shopping downtown.
One of the world’s busiest, it was originally constructed in 1829 to link Lake Erie with Lake Ontario and offer ships a safe detour around Niagara Falls. The Welland Canal has a long and colorful history, which can be explored in a number of tours by car, by bicycle, or on foot. Approximately 10 miles from the campground, exit off the QEW onto Glendale Avenue, turn left, two miles west across the canal, turn right to Marine Museum and viewing center to Lock 3.