Let me, a local, help you discover the best places to Eat, Sleep, and Play in Niagara Falls Canada

Dreaming about your ideal trip to Niagara Falls Canada?  Listening to the thunderous waters of the mighty Niagara, seeing the beautiful rainbow rising from the mist.  This could be the trip of a lifetime.  

Now imagine a local girl who grew up in Niagara showing you how to make that trip a reality.

Niagara Falls view from Canada

Experience Niagara Falls Canada

I can give you the local scoop.

You can follow me and my family's adventures in and around Niagara Falls first hand. We'll provide you with a personal view of the best places to eat, sleep, shop, and play in Niagara.

I have lived here for most of my life and even worked at the foot of the falls at Table Rock House in my teenage years - I know Niagara Falls Canada.  Let me help you find the best coffee, places to park and more.

It is easy for some sites to just copy down information, but I will give my real experiences to help you make your trip to Niagara Falls Canada - amazing! 

What do you want to explore first?

Going on a trip is so much fun, but doing a bit of research ahead of time is well worth it.  Just think how exciting it will be to finally have the vacation you always dreamed about.  Knowing that your adventure fits your style will set your mind at ease.

Don't miss a beat by signing up for my free Tour the Falls newsletter with remarkable tips and tricks to make your trip to Niagara Falls amazing.

The first thing you need to know is

  • June, July and the beginning of August are the busiest times in Niagara Falls Canada.  
  • Off season would be considered October-March.  Of course in October you have the beautiful turning of the leaves and a hike into the Niagara Gorge would be stunning.  Then come November you have the beginning of the Niagara Falls Festival of Lights.  
  • Once New Years Eve Niagara Falls is finished, the true, true off season begins.  
  • January to March have great deals and Niagara Falls packages on hotels and things to do, just make sure you are dressed for the weather, but Niagara Falls in winter is a must see.   Did I mention that I love the winter?

Maybe you are not a cold lover, but a thrill seeker and want speed down the Niagara River at over 55 mph into Class 5 white water on the Jet Boat Tour... something I would suggest doing on a warm day, you get soaked!  Or may be you would like to take a more relaxed look at the falls by traveling on the Hornblower Cruise Niagara Falls formerly known as Maid of the Mist Canada-they are also seasonal so keep this in mind.

Maid of the Mist Canada

You may enjoy the fancy Brock Plaza Hotel for its posh style and generations of service, others may be travelling with their kids and feel the need to have a blast at the Great Wolf Lodge Niagara Falls with their indoor waterpark.

The Rainforest Cafe Niagara Falls will delight you senses, while the Fudge Factory on Clifton Hill (one of the main tourist strips) will satisfy your sweet tooth.

Whether you're vacationing, honeymooning, or just visiting for a day or a night, you will find lots of recommendations to suit your budget, interest, or itinerary here.

This wonder of the world is not to be missed.   My family and I venture down to the falls at least once a month to take in the breath taking view.  Having four distinct seasons here in Canada it takes on a different look with each turn of the calendar.

Don't forget to sign up for my free Tour the Falls newsletter so I can help you plan your best visit ever to Niagara Falls Canada.

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