• Check out the gorgeous flowers found in and around the falls.
  • Walk or run the 56-kilometre Niagara Recreational Trail from one lake to the other. You can do it in stages
  • Hike the trails found at Dufferin Islands, the Niagara Glen, or Whirlpool Woods across from the Whirlpool Golf Course.
  • If you’re a fisher walk to the lower Niagara Whirlpool and cast a line, (parking is free just off the parkway near the trail to the lower Niagara River.)
  • Make a stop at the Floral Clock 10 kilometres north of the falls.
  • While you’re here walk to the nearby Centennial Lilac Gardens. The aroma of the now blossoming lilacs is fabulous.
  • Drive the lower Niagara Parkway and take time to visit one of the several fruit stands that are now just opening for the season
  • Be awed at night by the nightly year-round illumination of the falls.
  • Visit historic village of Niagara on the Lake 26 kilometres north of the falls.
  • Enjoy the lovely manicured lawns and check out the massive mature trees of the Niagara Parks Botanical Gardens 7.5 kilometres north of the falls.
  • Walk Niagara Falls' Street of Fun, Clifton Hill.
  • Enjoy the free fireworks displays over the falls at 10 p.m. on May 18, 19, and 20 and 21.
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