Niagara Parks Commission



The Niagara Parks Commission has developed and maintains the parklands surrounding the Canadian side of the Falls from Fort Erie to Niagara on the Lake.

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Its goal:

To preserve and enhance the natural beauty of the Falls and the Niagara River corridor for the enjoyment of visitors while maintaining financial independence.

And what a great job they have done!

There is so much to choose from. What do you like? Is it . . .

  • Exploring Niagara Falls and the Gorges
  • Nature and Gardening
  • Butterfly Conservatory

We have them all here. Just pick your first choice.

And then your second choice . . .

Exploring Niagara Falls and the Gorges

Journey behind the Falls
Maid of the Mist
White Water Walk
Carriage Rides
Whirlpool Aero Car
Falls Fireworks and Illumination
Facts about the Falls
Niagara River
Niagara Hydro Power
Old Scow

Nature and Gardens

Bird Watching
Butterfly Conservatory
Botanical Gardens
Oakes Garden Theatre
Niagara Parks Greenhouses
Floral Clock
Niagara Glen
School of Horticulture
Queenston Heights
Niagara Recreational Trail
King's Bridge Park
Queen Victoria Park
Dufferin Island
Navy Island
Niagara Parks Marina
Flowers in Bloom

NPC

Getting Around
People Mover
Discount Passes
Animals in the Park
Niagara Parks Police
Niagara Parks Regulations
Niagara Parks Hours

There are numerous free activities and facilities found within the parks system and I will point them ALL out to you.

The NPC was founded in 1885 as a self funding agency of the Ontario Government

It maintains approx. 1720 hectacres -4,250 acres- of parkland stretching the length of the Niagara River from Fort Erie to Niagara-on-the-Lake.

NPC receives no government funding. All its revenues are generated through gift shops, golf courses, restaurants, paying attractions, parking lots and rentals.

Its nice to know that a part of the money you might spend with the NPC helps maintain this wonderful parkland.

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