This new Niagara Parks attraction will change the way you look at the falls. Niagara’s Fury has recreated the amazing sights and sounds of the creation of the falls in a “4D” Universal Studios-style attraction. The experience will start with an 8 minute animated pre-show, where woodland characters explain how the Ice Age formed Niagara Falls. You will then stand on a massive platform in the centre of a 360 degree theatre and witness the creation of the falls in 7 minutes! Temperatures will drop 20 degrees, water will bubble and spray while snow falls all around you and the floor tilts and trembles beneath you! This family friendly attraction is one of four attractions included in the adventure pass.
The Skylon Tower entertaining and dining complex includes two great dining rooms overlooking the falls, an indoor/outdoor observation deck providing views of the Falls from 775 feet, an amusement area, a fun centre and a 4D Theatre. The view from the tower is truly one of a kind. The dining experience allows you to choose from the buffet, or an a la carte dining room. Dress code is tourist casual (reservations required for dining – same day is usually fine!).
The Niagara SkyWheel is located on Clifton Hill, “the Street of Fun” in Niagara Falls, Ontario. Enjoy a graceful scenic journey that delivers magnificent views of both the Niagara River, and the Horseshoe and American Falls. The SkyWheel is a world-class ride featuring fully enclosed gondolas with heating and air conditioning depending on the weather! The 8-12 minute ride is available day or night in any season.
Niagara Helicopters has been thrilling passengers from all over the world for the past 48 years with the highest, most scenic sightseeing experience in the Niagara Region! They operate a fleet of 5 six-seat Bell 407 helicopters that can fly up to 30 passengers every 15 minutes from 9 am until sunset. Tours are available in English, French and a number of other languages! Reservations NOT required!
The Whirlpool Jet Boat has two locations in Niagara Falls and is a once in a lifetime opportunity to comfortably experience the “Mount Everest” of white water! You will speed along the Lower Niagara River at 80km/hr in the confines of this truly one of a kind jet boat, while learning about the fascinating history of the Niagara Area and local points of interest. You will see the power plants of the Niagara Gorge, the 175 ft stone wall canyon, and the whirlpool. This unique tour will hydrate your senses as you take on Class 5 white water that’s guaranteed to leave you absolutely soaking wet and refreshed. If getting wet is not for you the Jet Dome tour follows the exact route of the Wet Jet but shelters you from the water.
Experience the power and beauty of the White Water Rapids and see how the deep and narrow Great Gorge was created. Trillions of gallons of water are forced into this accelerating trough of raging whitewater. This long boardwalk is at the very edge of one of the world’s wildest stretches of whitewater about 4km north of the Falls, along the bus route. You will take an elevator down 70 meters then walk along a tunnel that is 73 meters long to the 305 meters of boardwalk. The attraction is wheelchair accessible except for 2 small viewing areas which are reached by stairs. This is one of four attractions included in the Adventure Pass.
The Whirlpool Aero Car was designed by a Spanish engineer, Leonardo Torres Quevedo and has been in operation since 1916. The cable car is suspended from 6 sturdy cables and offers a wonderful view of the Niagara Whirlpool which is formed at the end of the rapids where the gorge turns abruptly and the water turns counter-clockwise and escapes through the narrowest channel in the gorge. This attraction is NOT wheelchair accessible. This breathtaking attraction is family friendly and a round trip of 1km takes about 10 minutes to navigate.
Marineland is located just 2 miles down the road from our campground. Visitors will enjoy amazing performances by dolphins, walruses, sea lions, and beluga whales. You can also see a killer whale up close! Marineland in Niagara Falls has been open since 1961. There is a variety of rides and attractions including roller coasters, spinning rides, swing rides, a Ferris wheel and the sky screamer ‘drop zone’ style ride. There is food available at the park and also picnic areas where you can relax and pull out your own cooler.
Casino Niagara is located at the bottom of Clifton Hill. It has 95,000 square feet of gaming fun & excitement for you to discover! There are two action-packed floors of slots, ranging from penny to $5 machines. If cards are your game, they’ve got 40 action-packed tables, including Blackjack, Caribbean Stud, Roulette and Poker to name a few. There is a wide assortment of dining options available and also an indoor water park for the kids in the neighboring complex.
Overlooking one of the world’s most majestic natural wonders, Niagara Falls Fallsview Casino Resort is the largest and most elegant gaming resort facility in Canada. This Niagara Falls casino offers a world-class casino with over 3000 slot machines, 130 gaming tables and an exciting poker room. The resort also features a 374 room luxury hotel, full service spa and fitness centre, dozens of shops and restaurants, the Avalon Theatre (an intimate 1500 seat state-of-the-art venue) and over 30,000 feet of meeting and convention space. With the largest gaming floor in Canada, a spectacular Galleria of interesting shops and restaurants, nightly live entertainment, a full-service spa and fitness facility, the amazing nightclub ‘Dragonfly’ and more.
Located just down the road from the Jellystone Park™ is the region’s largest meetings and events facility, Scotiabank Convention Centre. This state-of-the-art facility officially opened its doors in April 2011 and has welcomed hundreds of thousands of guests and visitors. This location also features the Fallsview Theatre, a massive 1000 seat entertainment space that hosts a wide range of live productions and theatrical performances.
The Fallsview Indoor Waterpark is part of North America’s largest hotel, waterpark and entertainment complex – the Falls Avenue Resort. Located near the bottom of Clifton hill across from the Rainbow Bridge (to the USA), this 3 acre water park is positioned in the heart of Niagara’s tourist district. This family friendly waterpark has 16 extreme slides, a wave pool, swirling plunge bowl, 1000 gallon tipping bucket, and more.
Waves Indoor Waterpark is located at the Americana resort in Niagara Falls features a retractable glass roof, a wave pool, water slides up to 3 stories high, kiddie pool, giant tipping bucket and more. Day passes are available.
This magical attraction features over 200 colourful tropical butterflies floating freely among lush, exotic blossoms and greenery. The path winds through a rainforest setting, past a pond and waterfall. If you wear bright colours it will attract more butterflies to land near you!
The Bird Kingdom is the 4x winner of Niagara’s ‘Attraction of the Year’; this soaring adventure is fun for the whole family. This is the world’s largest indoor, free flying aviary with over 400 exotic birds from around the world. There are 9 specialty areas to go through on your journey as well as an optional reptile encounter.
Get up close to Great Lakes ships as they pass through the Welland Canals at Lock 3. The centre has an elevated observation platform that lets visitors see ships from around the world on their route between Lake Ontario and Lake Erie along the St. Lawrence Seaway system. There is a handicap accessible museum with exhibits explaining how the canal system works and how it was created.
Just around the corner from Jellystone Niagara is the Niagara Go-Kart track with Formula One style go-karts. Ride solo, or in tandem along one of North America’s fastest Go-Kart tracks with banked corners. All karts are equipped with roll bars and seatbelts.
In this IMAX adventure film you will re-live a lifetime of Niagara’s sensational true stories that have been talked about for generations. The movie will take you back to the days when Native peoples worshipped the thunder spirits, and when the first Europeans encountered this wild wonder of nature. Meet the daredevils who challenged the fury of the falls, from the Great Blondin tightrope walker, to Annie Taylor (the first person to go over the falls in a barrel and survive) and more. The daredevil exhibit is located within the theatre and features the largest collection of original daredevil barrels that have challenged the mighty falls. The theatre is located next to the Fallsview Casino and the Skylon Tower.
This musical dinner show is a real treat! Come eat, laugh and sing-along at this must see Canadian-themed musical! Now in its 20th season, the Oh Canada Eh? Dinner Show is Canada’s longest running musical dinner show! Join a singing Mountie, hockey player, Anne of Green Gables and other famous characters for a night of all-Canadian music, comedy and a five-course, family style meal. Call for reservations at least a day in advance, discounts may be available through the front desk staff at Jellystone, use the promo code "CAMP" for great deals. And ask about our free child offer!
Stroll back in time through history and enjoy world class theatre, fine dining, shopping, estate wineries, farmers’ markets and historical sites. NOTL is often called the loveliest town in Ontario – it has a long and distinguished history. In 1782 the British Government purchased the land from the Mississauga Natives for “300 suits of clothing” and in 1792 Newark, as NOTL was named by the Governor of Simcoe became the first capital of the newly-created colony of Upper Canada. After being burnt to the ground by the Americans during the war of 1812 it was rebuilt and became an active commercial centre with busy shipping and a ship-building industry. Today NOTL is home to Fort George, the Historical Society Museum, the Shaw Festival (three theatres), the marina, Niagara Jetboat Tours, the heritage shopping area, golf courses, parks, beautiful farmland, and the world famous Niagara Wineries.
‘Home of Canada's Most Famous Heroine’ - During the war of 1812, a brave woman set out on a perilous journey in the service of her country, and stepped forever into the history and folklore of Niagara. Travel back in time to her lovingly restored homestead and be enchanted by stories of her adventures and surroundings as interpreted by authentically costumed guides. Guided tours are provided by qualified costumed interpreters, providing information about this historic area. Light refreshments, ice cream, Laura Secord chocolates and a selection of quality souvenirs are available. The main floor only of this historic building is wheelchair accessible. REGULAR PRICE - Adults $9.50, Children (6 to 12 years) $6.25, Children 5 years and under FREE!
Located in Queenston, the restored home of rebel publisher William Lyon Mackenzie reveals 500 years of printing technology, amid the authentic ambiance of a period print shop. Rarest in the museum's collection is the Louis Roy Press, oldest in Canada and one of the few original wooden presses remaining in the world! A hands-on experience is encouraged with a working linotype and 8 operating heritage presses. This historic building is not wheelchair accessible. REGULAR ADMISSION: Adults $5.00, Children (6 to 12 years) $3.75 (Canadian $ before taxes) Children 5 years and under are FREE!
Queenston Heights Park is home to Sir Isaac Brock’s Monument and Laura Secord Monument. Nestled high atop the Niagara Escarpment, this is the birthplace of Niagara Falls - garden and nature lovers, hikers and picnickers have used this park for generations. Facilities include two picnic pavilions, washrooms, children's splash pad, tennis courts, a band shell, snack bar, children's playground and fine dining at Queenston Heights Restaurant with its award-winning VQA wine cellar. Queenston Heights Park is also a terminus point of the Bruce Trail, which winds it way northward over several hundred kilometers to Tobermory.
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