Getting Around



Getting Around the Parks - You have a number of options when you are enjoying Niagara. Here are your options when you are traveling through the parks.

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Cars

Cars

Some attractions offer convenient free parking; however, attractions and restaurants in and around the actual Falls do not provide free parking. Paid parking is available at the Falls Parking Lot, the Greenhouse and the Rapids View Parking Lot. All three lots are located just south of the Falls on the Niagara Parkway.


Recreational Vehicles

During the summer only RV parking is available at Rapids View Parking Lot, just south of the Falls on the Niagara Parkway.


Incline Railway

The Incline Railway is a simple way for visitors from the Fallsview tourist area to descend the escarpment to the Falls. For a $2.50 single trip fee, an open air car will transport you to the Table Rock Complex opposite the Canadian Horseshoe Falls. Included with the price of Ride all-day transportation voucher for the Niagara Parks People Mover bus system:   $7.62 Adults (13+ years), $4.62 Children (6-12 years), 5 years and under ride for Free.  Prices shown in Canadian dollars and do not include taxes.  Strollers permitted. The Railway is not wheelchair accessible. Daily between April 12 and November, 10 am to 6:30 pm. 


Parking

Rapids View Parking Lot - People MoverPark here and ride a FREE Shuttle Bus to the Falls. Once at Table Rock or prior to boarding the shuttle, you may choose two convenient options to discover our Niagara Parks.

1.Purchase a People Mover Ticket and ride all day long.

2.Purchase a Niagara Falls and Great Gorge Adventure Pass.

Falls Parking-Park all day for one low price. Located opposite the Canadian Horseshoe Falls, just across the street from the Table Rock Complex.

Greenhouse Parking-Located just south of this Falls by the Niagara Parks Greenhouse, this lot offers parking by the hour.

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