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We stopped at Whirlpool State Park while returning to Niagara Falls from Old Fort Niagara. It's an easy stop off the highway with great views. There is a very easy trail to viewing areas above the whirlpool. You can also watch the aero tram cars...More
In the 30+ times I've been to Niagara Falls, I've never been here until now. You can see the whirlpool from the American side and also watch the aero car on the Canadian side. It's 10-15 minutes north of the Falls off the scenic highway...More
A must see, but backed by the history of how the river shifted directions completely and you can see how the water just whirlpools is just amazing. Out of the way and not overly crowded with tourists and well worth the view and the time...More
We took a tour and this was our first stop. This is someone would have never found if we were on our own as it is not right next to the falls but down river. This is where the water has category six rapids, make...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!!!