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Have you seen Niagara Falls from the New York side? Well, now you should consider booking a luxury motorhome rental to Niagara Falls, ON for a whole new perspective. Just remember your ponchos and umbrellas!
Niagara Falls is named and known for the large waterfall along the Niagara River. On one side in New York and the other Ontario! Other than the waterfall, the city is an exciting place with plenty to do, plus it's known as the honeymoon capital of the world (wink wink). So, if you’re planning on cruising up in your Niagra Falls motorhome rental from the US side, make sure you have your passport or enhanced license on you.
Getting out to the falls should be your number one attraction priority. You’ll hear the rushing of water pouring over the cliff’s edge as it collides with the water below. The mist created by this constant movement of water is very refreshing on a warm day. Walk around to different viewing areas of the falls or get up close a personal (and maybe a little wet). There are boat tour options that take you right down to the base of the falls. You’ll get a newfound appreciation for how massive this natural wonder truly is.
Now that you’ve checked the falls off the list take your RV rental to the forested parts of Niagara Falls. The Niagara Glen Nature Center is the hiking center of the city with views of the river, of course. Take a hiking tour with a seasoned pro or set out on your own. There are trails of all lengths and difficulties. Grab those hiking boots and get to it; there’s Canadian wilderness to be explored.
Or, take on your fear of heights with the WildPlay Whirlpool Adventure Course. With just a harness attached by some nylon, set your sights on conquering the ropes course and suspended obstacles as your weave through the canopy and even over the river. They also offer a zip line straight down to the falls. Both are great ways to get a new view on the world.
For more leisurely activities, there are a slew of golf courses in the Niagara Falls area. Take in the views while practicing your swing. If golfing isn’t your thing, a casual stroll through the serene Dufferin Islands might be the better choice. This very peaceful place connects you to small, secluded islands byways of wooden footbridges. It’s one of Niagara Falls hidden treasures when its residents are in need of a natural escape.
While in the area with your Niagara Falls camper rental, you’ll notice you won’t have to search very hard for spots to park overnight. In fact, even KOA has a campground here. This is a great option for families. As with most KOAs, you’ll find full hookup sites, bathroom, and shower facilities, and several onsite amenities to keep the kids entertained.
Both Jellystone Park Yogi Bear’s Camp Resort and Scott’s Campground are other prospects within Niagara Falls. Each has full hookup sites and includes all your basic necessities. There’s a playground and pool as well for some fun in the sun.
Niagara Falls is comprised of four districts each with their own charm. You can find a little bit of everything in this city. No matter your age, there’s plenty to keep you occupied. So much so, you may need to schedule another visit in your Niagara Falls travel trailer rental.
Lundy’s Lane is the go-to historical area as well as the best places in town to eat. Clifton Hill District is where the nighttime excitement happens, known for its entertainment venues, bars, and clubs. Fallsview Boulevard is the upscale section with high-rise hotels overlooking the falls, but you can also find a casino and movie theaters too. Clifton Hill Niagara is one of the most famous streets in the area just steps from the falls; here, you’ll have all the fun at the many themed-restaurants, aboard the Ferris wheel, and at the wax museum.
Funny enough, one of the closest major cities is across the river border. If you have your passport on hand, why not take the ferry to Buffalo, NY for the day? An equally busy city, Buffalo will easily fill your day. It has museums, zoos, shopping, breweries, and distilleries galore. Another adventurous place to explore while across the border is Tonawanda, NY. Located a little over 20 miles from Niagra Falls this cozy little town offers some amazing scenery and a beautiful harbor for you to sit by and unwind.
Whether American, Canadian, or visiting from elsewhere, a travel trailer rental in Niagara Falls is always a good idea. Who can say no to natural wonders?