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Niagara Falls Parking: A Parking Lot Accessible to Everything!


Pictured Above: An aerial view of the easiest, and most hassle-free place to find Niagara Falls parking.

Niagara Falls Parking 

Now that Summer is in full swing, it means more people are flocking to Niagara Falls to take in the Falls and all our attractions and events. You don’t need to struggle to find some Niagara Falls parking with this one “secret” lot that is right in the middle of it all — just off Clifton Hill, a 5-minute walk from the Fallsview Casino and their adjoining restaurants, and it comes complete with a jolly cut that allows you to bypass crowds and get from the parking lot to the Queen Victoria Park in a matter of seconds! Queen Victoria Park is where you need to be to view the Falls, access the Hornblower Niagara Cruises and to watch the Niagara Falls fireworks shows.

From Toronto:

-QEW toward East Hamilton/Niagara/Fort Erie.

-Keep left to take Hwy 420 E via exit 30A toward The Falls/Niagara Falls U.S.A.

-Take Stanley Ave/RR-102 towards “Alternate To Falls”.

-Turn left onto Robinson St.

-At the end of Robinson Street is a dead-end. There is a huge parking lot on the left-hand side with plenty of parking.

*Attached below this post is also a picture that is a shortcut right down to Queen Victoria Park to save you time. You will find this staircase at the dead-end.*

From Buffalo:

-I-190 N/New York State Thruway toward Peace Bridge/Ft. Erie, Canada.

-Take exit 9 towards the Peace Bridge.

-left onto Peace Bridge Plz/Peace Bridge.

-Peace Bridge becomes QEW.

-Marge onto Hwy 420 E via exit 30 towards Niagara Falls/Niagara Falls U.S.A.

-Take Stanley Av./RR-102 towards “Alternate to the Falls”.

-Turn left onto Robinson Street.

-At the end of Robinson Street is a dead-end. There is a huge parking lot on the left-hand side with plenty of parking.

*Attached below this post is also a picture that is a shortcut right down to Queen Victoria Park to save you time. You will find this staircase at the dead-end.*

Niagara Falls parking lot

*This is the end of Robinson Street. Parking lot is to the left where the arrow is pointing. You can see at the end of this dead-end is a shortcut stairway that leads you down to Queen Victoria Park.*

Niagara Falls stairway

*Leads you right down to Queen Victoria Park. Not wheelchair accessible.

Niagara Falls Stairway

*Stairway leading you down into Queen Victoria Park.

Queen Victoria Park in Niagara Falls

*Bottom of staircase…ta da! You are in Queen Victoria Park.

Still unsure on the location? I made a short YouTube video that visually shows you this parking lot. There is more than enough space to accommodate your vehicles, and we welcome school buses and motor coaches to make your quest to find Niagara Falls parking a breeze!

Niagara Falls Parking

For any questions pertaining to this lot, please contact Peter Vegh – Guest Services Manager at 905-358-3293 x 2033.

Niagara Falls parking

Christine Lynn

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