You can get up close and personal with the best that nature’s got to offer. Cause this incredible walk in the Niagara Parks will bring you right to the edge of some super intense rushing water. It’s the White Water Walk, y’all. And they’ve just reopened for all to enjoy!

So the White Water Walk is basically a super cool self-guided tour of Niagara’s white-water rapids. While you’re there, you’ll learn all about the geology of the area. And about the plant and animal life along the way. Plus, the sound of the rushing waters combined with the beautiful scenery is the perfect recipe for a serene, relaxing ambience. It’s kind of like going on an adventure that’s super peaceful and calming at the same time. It shouldn’t make sense, but somehow it does.

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So when you visit this beautiful site, you’ll be able to walk along a boardwalk that’s right at the river’s edge. Like, right there. And they’ve also got multiple viewing platforms so you can stop at take it all in. But the best part? Unlike most Niagara attractions, it won’t cost you an arm and a leg to attend! Tickets for adults are only $16.50 and kids get in for $10.75.

So next time you’re looking for a little weekend expedition, why not head on out to this beautiful Niagara spot? The sunshine, the water, a gorgeous walk… It’s all the makings of a perfect summer afternoon.


Where: 4330 River Rd, Niagara Falls