Father’s Day in Niagara Falls

Why not show your appreciation for your father or father figure this Father’s Day,by taking him on a trip to Niagara Falls.There are a ton of things to do to express your love and gratitude to this wonderful man.Here are just a few suggestions.

If he’s a golfer you’re in luck.Niagara Falls and the Niagara Region has over 25 superbgolf courses, and many of them award winning. Several are offering Father’s Day specials. Why not offer to be his caddy for the day?

The Niagara River is an acclaimedfishing spot. As you travel the upper Niagara Parkway above the falls you’ll spot other fishers trying to catch,” the big one”. Make sure you have the appropriate Ontario Fishing license. Ontario residents under 18 years of age and seniors over 65 are free.

You might want to take a hike(good shoes for this steep walk are a must)to the lower Whirlpool Glen just below the popular NiagaraWhirlpool Aero Car . You’ll have plenty of company.

Niagara Falls has no shortage of interesting things to see and do.A ride aboard aHornblower Niagara Cruisesor a visit to the Journey Behind the Falls attraction where you go behind the falls and get wet on the observation decks behind and beside the falls (You’ll be provided with a raincoat). This amazing view of the falls is always a highlight.

If your Dad likes nature the Fort George at the mouth of the Lake Ontario and the Niagara River and Old Fort Erie at the other end of the Niagara River both have events commemorating battles of the War of 1812.

A stop at the lovingly restored Laura Secord Homestead in the Village of Queenston keeps you in the