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10 Favorite Places To Get Wet In Niagara Falls


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Bring your temperature down on these hot Summer days, with this list of 10 favourite places to get wet in Niagara Falls.

#1. Table Rock Centre

For both a spectacular view of the Horseshoe Falls and for a prime spot to cool off and get wet on a muggy Summer day, is at the Table Rock Centre.
From here, you will experience the thrill of watching 2,800 cubic meters of water crash down to the base of the Falls below.

#2. Journey Behind the Falls

At Journey Behind the Falls you will get the opportunity to descend 150 feet through bedrock to tunnels that will overlook the magic of experiencing the Horseshoe Falls from directly underneath the cascading power above.

#3. Fallsview Indoor Waterpark

The Fallsview Indoor Waterpark is Niagara’s largest indoor waterpark, located on Falls Avenue, just off of Clifton Hill. It features 125,000 of wet fun! A huge play area, 6 storey high waterslides, a wave pool, a year-round outdoor activity pool and sundeck, a plunge bowl, and two oversized adult only Jacuzzis!

#4. Cave of the Winds

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On the US Side, a must-do is the Cave of the Winds attraction. You will be standing a mere 20 feet from the Bridal Veil Falls, and the winds reach up to 68 miles per hour as you get soaked by buckets of water!

#5. Hornblower Niagara Cruises

The Hornblower Niagara Cruises (located on the Canadian side) is an intimate boat tour that gets you as close as possible to the breathtaking flow of water, power and mist that is the magnificent Niagara Falls. You’ll journey past the American Falls, Bridal Veil Falls and into the very heart of the famous Horseshoe Falls.

#6. Maid of the Mist

The Maid of the Mist now departs from the US side. Since 1846, the Maid of the Mist is North America’s oldest tourist attraction. Much like Canada’s Hornblower, you’ll experience the magnitude and magnificence of the Falls thundering down from the water below.

#7. Whirlpool Jet Boats

At the Whirlpool Jet Boat Tours you will speed along the Lower Niagara River at 80 km/h. You will get drenched as 31,000 lbs. of thrust from the jet boat vanquishes the mighty Class 5 whitewater of the Devil’s Hole Rapids and the swirling waters of the Whirlpool.

#8. Pirate Ship Cove

Located in Jordan, just 30-minutes from Niagara Falls is The Pirate Ship Cove. Formerly Flyboard Niagara we have expanded our services to offer the ultimate experience in Water Sporting activities within the Niagara Region. We are the first in Niagara to offer an on-the-water inflatable Water Park along side our kayak and paddle board rentals!

#9. WildPlay’s MistRider Zipline to the Falls

Feel a refreshing mist from the Falls as WildPlay’s MistRider Zipline to the Falls takes you from high above the gorge from the Grand View Marketplace toward the Niagara Falls. These side-by-side lines will descend a distance of 670 metres (2200 feet) from the Grand View Marketplace into the Niagara Gorge below.

#10. Dinosaur Adventure Golf

Yes, miniature golfing is refreshing at Dinosaur Adventure Golf! Feel the spray from the waterfall as you golf through and beside the 50-foot high volcano with waterfalls. This is one of the nation’s largest miniature golf courses that features not only realistic dinosaurs that tower over you as you play, but 3 distinct decorative ponds with fast-moving rapids and bubblers to give you that refreshing mist to cool you down on a hot Summer day.

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Get the Dinosaur Adventure Golf as part of the Clifton Hill Fun Pass. This is the best way to save you money while taking in all of Clifton Hill’s hottest attractions.

The last long weekend of the Summer will be here before you know it! Here’s some events happening over the Labour Day weekend in Niagara Falls.


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