Father's Day

Father's Day

Why not show appreciation for the Dad in your life this Father’s Day, by taking him on a trip to #ExploreNiagara together? Whatever he's into, you'll find it all here in Niagara Falls, Canada!

Father's Day in Niagara Falls

While there are a ton of things to do in Niagara Falls to express your love and gratitude for dad, here are just a few suggestions.

If he's a golfer you're in luck. Niagara Falls and the Niagara Region offers award winning golf courses for every skill level. Many of them offer Father's Day specials, so why not book a tee time and offer to be his caddy for the day? Or check out the Niagara Golf Lounge where their full swing simulators offer 80 elite golf courses to choose from.

Any car-enthusiast Dad's would love to spend Father's Day touring Niagara in exotic vehicles from Exotic Car Tours or Ultimate Exotics.

For the fisherman father, the Niagara River is an acclaimed spot from any angler's point of view. Wonder on your own toward the upper Niagara Parkway above the Falls or make the most of your time with a private fishing charter on Lake Ontario or the Lower Niagara River from Niagara Fishing Adventures or King Slayer Sportfishing.

Anyone who loves the outdoors will want to be sure to hike the Niagara Glen or venture down the Niagara River Recreation Trail (by bike or foot)! Top it off with a trip high above the Niagara River on the Whirlpool Aero Car!

Bond with dad on a thrilling adventure through WildPlay's Whirlpool Adventure Course. This self paced course features a series of suspended obstacles and ziplines high above the Niagara Gorge and Whirlpool to provide tons of climbing, jumping and swinging fun!

Head to Safari Niagara for their Father's Day Celebration and Car Show, enjoy vendors, contests, live music, arts & crafts and more! Plus on Father's Day Dads get free admission to Safari Niagara!

For any history buff, why not step back in time and experience what life was like in early 1800's. In Fort Erie and Niagara-on-the-Lake you'll find two magnificent restored forts of the War of 1812. Historic Fort George at the mouth of the Lake Ontario and the Niagara River and Old Fort Erie at the other end of the Niagara River both have events commemorating battles of the War of 1812. A stop at the lovingly restored Laura Secord Homestead in the Village of Queenston keeps you in the historic mood. Costumed interpreters bring to life this most famous heroine of the War of 1812.