Choosing what destination to go to this summer can be tricky. Pondering what family-friendly location to choose is often difficult to narrow down. When choosing Niagara Falls for your next family adventure, there are plenty of activities that everyone in your family will love. Here are a few activities to enjoy when visiting Niagara Falls with your family.
Fallsview Indoor Waterpark
At Fallsview Indoor Waterpark, families can enjoy three acres of slides along with a wave pool and outdoor pool. Open all year long, there is never a bad time to visit. If you have small kids, the waterpark also offers a splash area perfect for toddlers. From massive attractions to more relaxing ones, there is an area in this waterpark for everyone to enjoy. Best of all, towels are supplied at no additional cost. To make it even better, the waterpark is only a short walk away from Niagara Falls.
Niagara Boat Tours
Boat tours are popular in Niagara Falls, and everyone must go on one at least once. Multiple boat companies have taken guests to the base of the falls for many years. The base of the falls is a must-see as it offers a beautiful scenic view. Visitors can tour around in boats that depart every 15 minutes or so. This attraction is safe and attempts to bring passengers to proximity to the bottom of the waterfalls. Although the ride is intense, it is not scary. If your kids are okay with a bit of a bumpy ride, take advantage of the once-in-a-lifetime experience. Remember, it does get wet at the base of the falls. While ponchos or rain jackets are supplied, you might also want to bring a change of clothes and shoes.
What better way to experience Niagara Falls than from up above. A ride in a helicopter is an exciting and enjoyable experience kids will love. There is no age minimum to hop on one, and best of all, up to six family members can fit per ride. If you plan on taking turns with your family, keep in mind each flight is about 12 minutes.
Niagara Butterfly Conservatory
If you love the outdoors, you will fall in love with Niagara’s Butterfly Conservatory. The self-guided tour leads to thousands of creatures with more than 2,000 butterflies flying around the enclosed ecosystem. The conservatory also offers opportunities for educational aspects with informed knowledge about all the creatures you will see. You will want to watch yourself, as the butterflies also like to rest, and sometimes they do so on the walkways. Families can spend hours in the conservatory admiring everything around them. Although trapping the butterflies is highly discouraged, you can still invite them to land on your hand. Simply hold your finger out and invite one to rest for a little while.
After a day of being outdoors in nature, it can be fun to escape elsewhere. Clifton Hill Dinosaur Adventure Golf provides fun mini-golf courses for families to enjoy. The golf course expands to over 70,000 square feet and is filled with ponds, dinosaur statues, an erupting volcano, and more.
Enjoy an evening indoors at the Great Canadian Midway! The arcade is packed with every game you can possibly think of. Families can enjoy competing with each other and seeing who can get win most tickets and get the biggest prizes.
If you’re planning your trip to Niagara Falls, be sure to check out Campark. At Campark, RV sites, cabins, and tent sites are offered for your convenience and plenty of camping fun. Stay at Campark for your next Niagara Falls adventure.