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We hike down to the whirlpool lake every time we come here. It’s beautiful from above and at to see the water turns below. The hike down is fun if you’re into hiking and the stairs are a must do ! Bring water and get...More
Interesting phenomenon apparently this whirlpool changes directions when more water is diverted to nearby power plants, the flow often reverses in a clockwise or counterclockwise movement depending on its flow, We stopped here with our over the Falls Tour Group and got off to view...More
Beautiful beyond belief! We enjoyed everything we could see, and them some. How does Canada do it? Just an amazing experience. Incredible views in every direction such an awesome place to vacation. Gorgeous walks, friendly people it’s just perfect! Can we get some Tim Hortons...More
We visited this park to see the Niagara rapids. It didn’t disappoint! If you follow the trail to the right along the rim you will eventually come to steps that give you a chance to go down to the edge of the river. They are...More
Our family spent a few hours exploring whirlpool state park in the fall. The view from above is incredible. From the parking area, go right and walk about 1/2 of a mile down. You can extend your walk down the cliff and hike all the...More
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They are all connected as a trail. If you start at Whirlpool State Park, you can go either way...toward the falls or Devil's Hole. If you want to walk down Devil's Hole leave a minimum of three hours for experienced hikers... More
They are all connected as a trail. If you start at Whirlpool State Park, you can go either way...toward the falls or Devil's Hole. If you want to walk down Devil's Hole leave a minimum of three hours for experienced hikers and a lot more for novice. Also look at the new Niagara Gorge Discovery area (1 to 1.5 miles from the Whirlpool State Park) toward the falls. You can take an elevator down to the river below the falls (where the Maid of the Mist puts into the river each year) and go on rough trails. Awesome hiking and spectacular views!!!