Niagara Falls USA and the surrounding region offers some of the best hiking trails. With various difficulty levels, hiking can be easy, affordable and fun for the entire family. A trek through the wilderness is a great way to experience Niagara Falls in winter.
If you're seeking a guided hike, or want to learn more about the great outdoors, partake in one (or all) of the Niagara Region Interpretive Programs Office activities offered this winter. All pre-scheduled programs are FREE and intended for individuals and families.
COVID Response Information:
- Space is extremely limited in all programs. Pre-registration is required via phone, 716-282-5154.
- Masks are REQUIRED if over the age of 2 at all in-person programs!
- Bring equipment that may enhance your experience including binoculars, magnifiers, and camera.
- If restrictions change, programs may be modified /additional programs may be added. All Programs are subject to change.
|Date||Location of Hike||Detailed Hike Information and Time|
|Tues., March 16, 2021||DeVeaux Woods State Park||Fun Facts with Kelly - Spring Trivia: Play a game of trivia - Jeopardy style! From wildflowers to buds, and everything in between, compete for a chance to win a small prize! 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.|
|Sat., March 20, 2021||DeVeaux Woods State Park||The Sweet Life: It’s maple sugaring time! Enjoy an indoor presentation on the sugaring process, start to finish. Following will be an outdoor, hands-on presentation; watch the sap turn into syrup. 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.|
|Sat., March 20, 2021||Reservoir State Park||Fun Facts with Kelly - First Day of Spring: Welcome in spring with a walk through the park along the accessible path, seeking buds on trees and spring ephemerals! 2 p.m. to 3 p.m.|
|Sat., March 27, 2021||Artpark State Park||Springtime is a Fine Time: Signs of spring are all around us! Enjoy a leisurely stroll with some gorgeous views of the Niagara River. 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.|