Skylon Tower

Skylon Tower

  The Skylon Tower in Niagara Falls Ontario is the tallest total entertainment complex. The Skylon Tower includes indoor/outdoor observation of the Falls from 233 meters (775 feet), Two great dining rooms both overlooking the Falls The Skylon Tower Summitt Suite Buffet Dining Room and the Skylon Tower Revolving Dining Room. At the base, Niagara’s largest […]
Places to Visit, Things to do|April 22, 2018|Gwen Van Kleef

How long to stay in Niagara

How long should I stay in Niagara Falls? Here, at Campark, we get asked by customers, “How long should I stay in Niagara Falls?” That depends. First, you’re going to want to see THE FALLS. Best seen with the Adventure Pass — Niagara Falls Adventure Pass This includes Journey Behind the Falls, The Hornblower, White […]
Things to do|April 17, 2018|Gwen Van Kleef

Whirlpool Aero Car

The Whirlpool Aero Car has been soaring the Niagara Gorge since 1916. The antique cable car is suspended from six sturdy cables and offers spectacular views of the swirling Niagara Whirlpool and the Class 6 whitewater rapids of the Niagara River. Although the Whirlpool Aero Car travels between two points on the Canadian shore, riders […]
Places to Visit, Things to do|April 13, 2018|Gwen Van Kleef

Niagara Wine Tours

Here at Campark, a lot of campers/RVers go on wine tours. The classic cool-climate varieties such as Riesling, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Cabernet Franc flourish here and Niagara region now boasts over 46 varieties. Ontario is also world leader in icewine, containing the only major wine region where the climate is conducive for producing icewine […]
Places to Visit, Things to do|April 5, 2018|Gwen Van Kleef
White water walk

White Water Walk

One of Niagara’s treasures, the White Water Walk is a boardwalk situated on the very edge of Niagara’s whitewater. The Whirlpool was estimated to have been formed approximately 4,200 years ago by the upstream erosion of the Niagara Escarpment by the Niagara River. Trillions of gallons of water pours through the narrow gorge and creates […]
Places to Visit, Things to do|April 4, 2018|Gwen Van Kleef

Clifton Hill

Clifton Hill is one of the major tourist areas in Niagara Falls. The street, close to Niagara Falls and the Niagara River, leads from River Road on the Niagara Parkway to intersect with Victoria Avenue. The street contains a number of gift shops, wax museums, haunted houses, video arcades, restaurants, hotels and themed attractions. For […]
Kids' Activities, Places to Visit, Things to do|April 2, 2018|Gwen Van Kleef

10 Reasons to Visit Niagara Falls

10 Reasons to Visit Niagara Falls 1. The famous Niagara Falls – obviously! Need we say more? Visit one of the Seven Wonders of the World. See the 53-metre drop of the Horseshoe Falls from Table Rock. 2. The Fireworks: Watching the spectacular Niagara Falls fireworks show is fun for the whole family. Vibrant lights […]
Places to Visit, Things to do, Uncategorized|March 28, 2018|Gwen Van Kleef
Roses at Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls School of Horticulture

Niagara Parks Botanical Gardens and School of Horticulture is both a school and a public botanical garden. It is maintained by dedicated staff and students with the objective to educate, cultivate, and preserve ornamental plants. The School of Horticulture students are responsible for keeping up the Niagara Botanical Gardens year-round. It has been open since 1936 with  European-style gardens with […]
Places to Visit, Things to do|March 25, 2018|Gwen Van Kleef
Campark Activities

Campark activities

Here we have a shot of Campark’s swimming pool, hot tub, mini putt and splash pad. Not shown is our new bouncy pillow which is hours of fun for the kids. Add to that, the twice-daily hay wagon rides, kids’ crafts and movie nights and you have a jam-packed day of fun! Book now www.campark.com
Kids' Activities, Things to do|March 21, 2018|Gwen Van Kleef
Table Rock

Table Rock

“The bus will let you off at Table Rock.” “You can see the Falls from Table Rock.” What is Table Rock, you ask? Table Rock is a large shelf of rock that juts out on the Canadian side of Niagara Falls, Ontario, just north of the observation area. This came about in the mid-18th century just as […]
Places to Visit, Things to do|March 17, 2018|Gwen Van Kleef

Welland Canal

The Welland Canal was originally constructed in 1829 to link Lake Erie with Lake Ontario and offer ships a safe detour around Niagara Falls. The Welland Ship Canal is part of the St. Lawrence Seaway, that connects the Great Lakes to the Atlantic Ocean and is used by ships to by-pass Niagara Falls.  These ships […]
Places to Visit, Things to do|March 13, 2018|Gwen Van Kleef
Niagara Falls Whirlpool

Free activities – Niagara Falls

From Niagara Falls Tourism: https://www.niagarafallstourism.com/plan/free-things-to-do/ Top 10 Free Things To Do in Niagara Falls 1. NIAGARA FALLS Witnessing the extraordinary beauty of the powerful Niagara Falls with your own two eyes is available 24/7, 365 days a year, always for free. Whether you stroll along the Falls stopping for photo ops among the mist, or drive […]
Places to Visit, Things to do|March 12, 2018|Gwen Van Kleef
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