Wine Festival

The Niagara Wine Festival is a signature experience that first started in the 1950′s.  This event has become so popular that it has now evolved into 3 signature events:  The Niagara Wine Festival, Niagara New Vintage Festival, and the Niagara Ice Wine Festival.

Niagara Parks

Canada’s Niagara Parks includes some of the most beautiful sights in the country – indeed, in the whole world! Be sure to put our top ten suggestions on your Niagara sightseeing list!  Voted by Canadians and travel writers from around the globe, Niagara Falls is the top natural wonder of Canada and one of the most photographed icons in the world! Remember to bring your camera and to let the kids get their perspective too. On a sunny afternoon you’ll be sure to catch a rainbow! If you need a camera, a variety of disposables and accessories are available at Table Rock Centre, the historic landmark next to the Horseshoe Falls

Fishing In Niagara

Awesome Salmon & Trout fishing starts every spring on Lake Ontario in Niagara Canada. This is where you will find the Hottest spring salmon & trout action in all of Lake Ontario. This always starts in Mid April thru mid Sept. Trolling on the big water of Lake Ontario for King & Coho Salmon, Rainbow, Brown & Lake Trout will make your adrenaline pump !! You will be back for more!!

Excellent Steelhead, Lake Trout, Brown Trout, Bass, Musky and Walleye Fishing of the Niagara River is a year round fishery. The Niagara River is considered the best steelhead river in the North America ! as well as the great fishing for all other species with different wild life in the area. The Niagara River is one of the most beautiful and scenic fishing destinations in the World.

Biking In Niagara

The Niagara Peninsula has been held out as one of the premier cycling destinations in Ontario. Excellent bicycle paths, breathtaking scenery, a great selection of places to sleep, eat or play with a variety of both local and world class tourist attractions. When riding in Niagara, you will be able to take a guided tour at several wineries, enjoy a show at the Shaw Festival, or view the spectacular Niagara Falls. You can visit historic forts as well as various monuments and museums. Even the less touristy sections of the route will provide you the opportunity to watch large ships lock through the Welland Canal. Why not check out some of the commercial attractions that have popped up around the Niagara Falls, including the Casinos and Marineland.