A North American natural wonder, Niagara Falls flows with scenic splendor through Niagara Falls State Park. Just beyond its waterfall vistas, Niagara is filled with discoveries and fantastic attractions. Pictures are great, but getting close enough to touch Niagara Falls inspires genuine awe. Millions of gallons of water rocket over Niagara Falls every minute – about 750,000 gallons each second! There’s no closer place to “feel Niagara’s flow” than from the decks, boats, vista points and trails of Niagara Falls State Park - America’s oldest state park. With sparkling scenery year-round, thrilling attractions, family-friendly and interactive exhibits, miles of hiking trails and delectable dining options, Niagara Falls State Park gets you closer to the Falls than anywhere else. The park features classic adventures and vacation amenities to make the most of your trip, and no passport is needed to experience an unforgettable and breathtaking Niagara Falls vacation. Dine at the Top of the Falls Restaurant, stand within feet of the Falls at the Cave of the Winds Tour, meet the legends and daredevils of Niagara in the Niagara: Legends of Adventure movie, make friends with the sea life at the Aquarium of Niagara and let the water cascade around you during the Maid of the Mist® boat ride and experience the new Discover Niagara Shuttle!
Explore the abundant lush and beautiful waterfalls, parks and memorable landmarks such as the Rainbow Bridge and take part in over 20 tours available from as little as 10 dollars to upwards of 100. Every year, millions of visitors flock to the border between Canada and the US to take in the spectacular beauty of Niagara Falls.
There is nothing quite like watching fireworks over Niagara Falls - and you can experience the magic for yourself with fireworks shows all through the summer. Watch a firework display every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday night from the start of May to the end of October, as well as holidays like Victoria Day, Memorial Day, Canada Day, and the 4th of July. Shows begin at 10pm, so grab your chair or blanket and head for Niagara Falls State Park - then sit back and enjoy the show!
Along with this majestic natural wonder, the historic Niagara Falls State Park is filled with amazing attractions to be discovered and scenic terrain to be explored! America’s oldest state park, Niagara Falls State Park, is a natural treasure showcasing local and regional history. Designed by renowned landscape architect Frederick Law Olmstead, the park features an interactive Visitor Center with interpretive displays and exhibits - along with the Niagara Gorge Discovery Center, where you can explore miles of hiking trails, check out the 180-degree multi-screen theater, or scale the rock climbing wall.
Additionally, Niagara Falls State Park is home to the Aquarium of Niagara, where visitors young and old can get up close and personal with marine animals during penguin and shark feedings. The park also has a wide range of hiking trails suitable for both children and adults, and self-guided Niagara Falls tours are a great way to interact with nature along the gorge. Of course, there are plenty of fun things to do at Niagara Falls. Signature activities include the Cave of the Winds Tour to the Hurricane Decks for the ultimate "water park" experience and the Maid of the Mist boat ride, which takes you right up to the base of the Falls! Afterward, savor the menu and view at the Top of the Falls Restaurant, where Niagara Falls fills floor-to-ceiling picture windows from every seat in the house.
Tripping.com has 1,093 rentals available near Niagara falls, ensuring the perfect spot is available for you! You can stay on either the New York side or the Canadian side for unique and interesting views of the falls.
Whether you are visiting Niagara Falls from across the state, country or internationally, a trip to the region has never been easier. View a full listing of buses, shuttles, airports, train stations and other transportation options available to and from Niagara Falls. If you are coming from a distance you might want to fly into one of the region’s two airports, Buffalo Niagara International Airport (BUF) or Niagara Falls International Airport (NFIA). Niagara Falls is connected to Amtrak’s East Coast destinations such as New York City, Philadelphia and Washington D.C.. Service also runs to and from Canada. Buses serve as an affordable, convenient option from East Coast cities as well. Niagara Falls is serviced by Greyhound, New York Trailways, and various tour operators. If you are traveling to Niagara USA by car, the region is connected to Interstate 90, a major highway by the Interstate 190 interchange. The region also has various parkways, highways and expressways that make traveling between attractions a breeze.
Looking for a vacation rental in Niagara Falls? Tripping.com has 1480 rental homes available in Niagara Falls. Potential renters will find 2 studios, 1160 1-bedroom, 130 2-bedroom and 188 rentals with 3 or more bedrooms ranging from $25 a night to $1160 a night. Many of these properties are instantly bookable.
The average price of a nightly rental in Niagara Falls is $114 while the average price of a weekly rental is $869. For those looking for more than a short term rental such as corporate rentals, extended stays or long term rentals, the average monthly price of a Niagara Falls home is $2374.
Wondering if you can bring your favorite dog or cat with you? We have 38 pet friendly vacation rentals available for you. In addition to accommodating pets, Niagara Falls rentals offer a variety of amenities. In particular, 292 rentals have internet and wifi, 286 have TV and/or cable and 68 have a pool or hot tub.Search properties from 14 rental sites in Niagara Falls where the top providers in that area are Booking.com, HomeAway, and TripAdvisor. There are 1103 Booking.com rentals, 150 HomeAway short term rentals and 82 TripAdvisor vacation rentals.