Sturgeon Falls to Niagara Falls

Tip: Hitting the road here almost anytime between spring and autumn delivers a memorable trip, but aim for fall for gloriously vivid leaf displays. The falls can get busy, so you may want to avoid key vacation times. Allow around 6 days.This road trip is as Canadian as hockey. To majestic scenery and canoe trips add maple syrup farms and tranquil hiking trails. It also has a real vacation vibe: play a round of golf, cruise on a steamship, tour a vineyard, feast on BBQ, and fall in love with a lighthouse at the end of a pier. Plus of course there are the blockbuster sights – the awe-inspiring, thundering, thrilling waterfalls.

Free Things to do in and around Niagara

While there are endless possibilities of things to see and do on a trip to Niagara Falls, Canada, why not save-a-buck on your visit with this list of fun things to do…all for free!


2. FIREWORKS illuminate the falls every summer night weather permitting

3. Dufferin Islands

These 10 acres of secluded paradise known as the Dufferin Island, contain several small islands connected by small bridges and footpaths. With bird feeding stations, hidden tranquil spots perfect for a picnic and even a catch-and-release fishing program the islands are loved by locals and visitors alike.


Bring your bike and tour one of the many bike trails that make up the more than 300km cycle routes across the region. Ride alongside Niagara Falls -56 Kms. of the best riding and fabulous views. Lots of friendly business stops along the way to rest and visit the locals. Start and stop where you want if you choose to take a shorter trip.

5. Rent a Bike or BYOB and Tour Great Trails

There are tons of great trails, bike friendly restaurants and self-guided tours to suit every level of cyclist.

Biking Trail Network on the Niagara Recreation Trail

Spend a Day, a Week or More Exploring the Breathtaking Views

Niagara Is For Cyclists!

Live A Vytal Life – See You Soon ~ Regards~Frank Ohlin

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