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Opt outside this winter and explore the many parks in Niagara Falls USA!
Niagara Falls USA and the surrounding region offers some of the best hiking trails just waiting to be explored.
Park your car and experience Niagara’s iconic landscape, rich history and the thriving culture and communities along the scenic Niagara River with the ease and convenience of a complimentary shuttle.
Vibrant peak and near peak fall foliage is spreading throughout Niagara Falls USA and Niagara County.
Don’t miss all there is to see and do this weekend in Niagara USA! From outdoor concerts to fireworks over Niagara Falls, enjoy family-friendly fun for all!
No matter when you visit Niagara USA, there are always plenty of things to see and do for the entire family!
In just a short period of time, Pokemon Go has taken off in popularity, becoming one of the biggest U.S. mobile games ever!
Are you after a scenic stroll? A place to cast a line? A heart-pumping hike? Use our handy “finder” and choose your own state park adventure.
There has been a lot of buzz over the last 48-hours about Niagara Falls “going dry.”
It’s no “polar vortex,” but winter is here in Niagara Falls USA.
Back in 2001 a very small festival popped up in Olcott Beach along Lake Ontario, less than an hour’s drive from Buffalo and Rochester: the first Niagara Celtic Festival.
A Wonder of the World is probably one of the most picturesque backdrops for doing yoga, and it seems that visitors from around the globe are striking up poses throughout Niagara Falls USA.
If you’re looking for inspiration or are looking to express your artistic talents in a fun setting, the Lockside Art Center is sponsoring the perfect event with a chance for local artists and students to showcase their talent.
For the fishing trio of Mike Hay of Lake Luzerne, Scott Keeler of Lake Luzerne and Randy Savage of Queensbury, going to school proved to be the ticket to success as they combined to collect the $15,000 Grand Prize check in the spring Lake Ontario Counties Trout and Salmon Derby held May 1-10, 2015.
Each spring since 2005, the Lake Ontario Trout and Salmon Association (LOTSA) has been coordinating a salmon and trout pen rearing project in Olcott Harbor out of the Town of Newfane Marina.
When one is fortunate enough to work in an iconic and naturally beautiful destination as Niagara USA, we focus on how to market our destination to all different types of potential visitors, engaging and encouraging them to visit.
Guests from around the world will begin boarding the world famous Maid of the Mist boats from the Niagara Falls, N.Y., landing at 9 a.m. on Friday, May 1, marking the start of the 2015 season.
Coming to Niagara USA with fishing gear in hand? You’re going to wish you’d planned more vacation days, thanks to the abundance of fishing “honey holes” beyond the Falls.
Crowds are starting to gather in Niagara Falls State Park, the sun is beating from the sky and as a result, flowers are blooming in freshly manicured beds. Spring has sprung in Niagara Falls and one of its top attractions is now open for business.
Many visitors to Niagara Falls are soon familiarized with the nine-foot bronzed statue of Nikola Tesla that resides at Niagara Falls State Park, currently in front of the Cave of the Winds entrance.
The modern day equivalent to a vision board or “bucket list” is Pinterest, the electronic social media site that allows “pinners” to create, gather and organize inspiration and information.