If you are feeling bored, boy, do you need a trip to Niagara!
One of the toughest things about playing in Niagara is fitting in all the good stuff, because you are bound to leave a lot on the table for “next time.”
It is pretty obvious to most people around the world that the Niagara region is one of the greatest travel destinations on the planet. But exactly why is that?
Well, as long as people have known about the region they have enjoyed the abundance of natural beauty and the delightful activities available here year-round. Clearly, viewing the spectacle of Niagara Falls is going to be near the top of the list, but it is just one part of the unique geography of this area. This region sits between 2 of the Great Lakes (Ontario and Erie) and the hundreds of creeks and rivers wind their way through some of the most scenic drives and hikes you will find in the world.
What all this unique geography means to the outdoor enthusiast is endless biking, hiking, camping and cross-country skiing options. In addition, the countless beaches and waterways make for excellent canoeing, boating, swimming and wonderful fishing spots throughout the region. The beauty of the greenery and the waterways will motivate you to have your camera always within reach to catch the vivid colours of a flower or bird hiding right around the corner.
The natural world is the foundation, but Niagara is a tourist destination for a lot of other reasons: tour any of the dozens of award winning wineries, test your swing with spectacular golf courses, try your luck at the casinos, choose a great pub for some pool or dance the night away at any of a number of the night clubs!
The kids will sleep like a log after playing hard at any number of the parks and attractions, whether it is arcades and haunted houses on Clifton Hill or getting splashed by their favourite animal at Marine Land.
The past comes alive with a bang in Niagara with War of 1812 forts and re-enactments and will make you truly appreciate the rich history of this area.
Indoors, or outdoors, nature or urban, adult or child it makes no difference… you will find that there may not be enough hours in any day that you choose to play in Niagara.