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As temperatures warm and tiny buds sprout on tree branches, you'll want to soak up spring in Niagara Falls USA. It's an ideal time to take advantage of nature's beauty — without the crowds.

  • Hiking : Lace up your hiking boots to enjoy spring's awakening at DeVeaux Woods State Park or along the scenic trails that parallel the Niagara River Gorge on the Niagara Gorge Trail System.

  • Shooting : Turkey hunting season arrives in spring. Get ready with a visit to the 3F Club or the North Forest Rod & Gun Club, where you can practice your aim with shooting sports such as skeet, trap and sporting clays.

  • Birding : Bring binoculars for spectacular birding along the Niagara River. In spring, you can spot great blue herons, ring-billed gulls on Goat Island and a wide selection of waterfowl. Other birdwatching areas include Whirlpool State Park and Fort Niagara State Park.


School's out and the sun's up! Summer in Niagara Falls USA invites you to explore the outdoors with the season's long, leisurely days and nature in full bloom.

  • Boating : The Maid of the Mist boat tour takes you within feet of the thunderous roar and cooling mist of the Falls. Or captain your own boat with a kayak excursion along Cayuga Creek or the Niagara River. An Erie Canal cruise is a relaxing way to learn about the region's rich history.

  • Camping : Campgrounds — with everything from cabins and RV hook-ups to tent sites — abound throughout the region. Niagara Falls Campground & Lodging sits six miles from the Falls, while the family-friendly Four Mile Creek State Park, 15 minutes north of the Falls, offers climate-controlled yurts.

  • Golfing : Tee off at picturesque public courses, such as the Robert Trent Jones II-designed course at Seneca Hickory Stick. And don't miss the Porter Cup Golf Tournament held every July.


Niagara Falls USA is home to thousands of acres of parks. Come fall, these areas show off the brilliant colors of the changing leaves — burnt orange, bright yellow, rust red — so, no matter what outdoor activity you choose, scenic beauty surrounds.

  • Biking : Rent a bicycle near the entrance to Niagara Falls State Park or by LaSalle Waterfront Park, then pedal off for a leaf-peeping ride. You can explore historic villages by cycling along the Erie Canalway Trail .
  • Fishing : Anglers can sign up for the Lake Ontario Counties Fall Trout and Salmon Derby , which offers a $25,000 grand prize for the largest trout or salmon caught. Or cast away in the River Region , as salmon begin their fall migration up the Niagara River and Lake Ontario tributaries.

  • Apple Picking : During fall harvest, local farms welcome the public to enjoy u-pick fun . Head to Blackman Homestead Farms for apple picking or Baker Farm Market & U-Pick for cider-tasting and pumpkin-browsing.


Yes, winter brings cold winds and shorter days, but that's no reason to stay indoors. In addition to touring the frozen Falls — a must-do this time of year — the season offers plenty of other outdoor fun in the winter.

  • Snowshoeing : Traverse the snowy landscape on a four-mile trek at Wilson-Tuscarora State Park . Other favorite spots for snowshoeing include Royalton Ravine and Bond Lake Park.

  • Snowmobiling : You'll find several miles of spacious trails throughout the region that are ideal for snowmobiling. Local outfitters offer tours and equipment rentals.

  • Ice Skating : Have you been waiting for a chance to practice your double axel? Winter in Niagara Falls USA is the perfect time. Glide across the ice at Lewiston Family Ice Rink, a seasonal outdoor ice rink. Weather depending, you can also lace up your skates (skate rentals are not available, so be sure to bring your own!) for free at DeVeaux Woods & Reservoir State Park .


Niagara Falls USA is home to a burgeoning wine region in a truly unique atmosphere, and the Niagara Wine Trail, USA is the setting of year-round festivals and events. The cool climate and rolling hills and valleys make for a one-of-a-kind terroir, home to small and large producers alike — and all kinds of grapes. In 2005, the Niagara Escarpment was officially recognized as an American Viticultural Area (AVA), and it is now home to over 22 wineries, breweries and cideries. Limos and bus tour packages are available to make experiencing the trail safe and easy to navigate.


Niagara Falls USA is one of the few regions in the world that produces ice wine, which is made from hardy, cold-weather grapes left to freeze on the vine, resulting in a sweet dessert wine that's hard to find anywhere else. The grapes most commonly used to produce ice wine are Riesling, Vidal and Cabernet Franc, and are made by such wineries as Arrowhead Spring Vineyards and Schulze Vineyards & Winery .

The Falls isn't the only liquid flowing in the region! Tap into the beer scene in Niagara Falls USA and explore our craft breweries and cideries.

Sip a Niagara Lager at Woodcock Brothers Brewery, the first brewery in Niagara County, or take an entertaining brewery tour at New York Beer Project complete with a short history and science lesson, plenty of laughs and yes, beer samplings too. From Pale Ale to Blonde Ale, visit Barker Brewing, featuring hand-crafted ales and barbeque, smoked on-site. Or taste a variety of locally-produced microbrews at Becker Brewing Company. After, head for the orchards to BlackBird Cider Works, Niagara County's sole craft hard cider producer. All ciders are produced from apples grown in their own orchard – and naturally, all gluten free. How 'bout them apples?

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The opportunities for quality shopping in Niagara Falls USA are seemingly endless, from antiques shops to boutiques and even a designer fashion outlet mall. Whether you are just browsing, looking for deals or one-of-a-kind gifts, shopping trips are a must — all-year-round.


Thanks to its long and storied history, Niagara Falls, New York, and the surroundind Niagara County boast several antiques shops , housing all kinds of vintage items, hard-to-find collectibles and bona fide treasures. From furniture and coins to art, memorabilia and more, dozens of antiques shops dot the landscape, making a day of antiquing a memorable pleasure.


Whether the occasion is back-to-school, a special event or the hunt for the perfect birthday or Mother's Day gift, Niagara Falls USA is home to a bevy of charming boutiques and mom-and-pop shops in charming, walkable neighborhoods . Here shoppers can find jewelry stores, homemade gifts, specialty shops and clothing boutiques, with plenty of one-of-a-kind finds waiting to be discovered.


In the heart of this burgeoning wine country, family-friendly farmers markets are in abundance, serving up fresh produce, baked goods, unique gifts and more from a variety of local and regional vendors. Check out weekly and annual events for all kinds of food and drink festivals throughout the region.


If you're looking for brand names at a bargain, visit the Fashion Outlets of Niagara Falls USA , rated one of the top 10 outlet malls in the country and located just 10 minutes from Niagara Falls State Park and the Canadian border in Niagara Falls, New York. With more than 200 designer stores, from COACH to Michael Kors, Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5th and Marshalls, there is something for everyone and every occasion. And, every year, the Fashion Outlets is the ultimate destination for back-to-school clothes shopping — for both U.S. and Canadian followers of fashion.

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