Niagara Falls Fathers Day Activities 2011 (June 19th)
Father’s Day is coming up fast and if you don’t have plans, don’t worry, Clifton Hill offers the perfect place to celebrate a memorable and fun Father’s Day!
Clifton Hill’s diverse offerings ensure an action packed day filled with fun and exciting activities the whole family can enjoy.
Start off your day with gourmet coffee and fresh baked goods at the ultra large Tim Hortons on Clifton Hill; then hit the links for a round of Golf at the spectacular Dinosaur Adventure Golf, Niagara’s Largest Mini Putt Complex.
After you are finished playing a round of golf, go cool off in the Great Canadian Midway and challenge Dad to a friendly game of hoops or a Grand Prix race all the way to the finish line.
Time for Lunch? Slip into Wendy’s at the Midway for freshly made hamburger or cold crisp salad; Or try Kelsey’s Restaurant which offers a large outdoor patio area and mouth watering menu options.
From here you can take a break from all the street action and enjoy seeing the stars at Movieland Wax Museum or the scenic beauty of Niagara Falls from the Niagara Skywheel. These and many other fine attractions are part of the Clifton Hill Fun Pass. The best attraction deal in Niagara Falls!
The Clifton Hill FUN PASS provides access to 5 top attractions at an incredible price: $24.95 for adults and $19.95 for children!
Staying for the night or for Sunday evening fireworks? Why not continue the Fun by the Falls, with a few frames of bowling or billiards at the Strike Rock N Bowl; Although be sure to let Dad win and buy him dinner at Boston Pizza, which is conveniently located in the same area! Boston Pizza offers gourmet personal or family size pizzas and a large variety of delicious menu items to satisfy the pickiest of Dads. Its the perfect place to enjoy those special moments with the family!
So bring Dad on down to Clifton Hill for a day of action, family fun and friendly competition, then stroll down to Niagara Parks to enjoy the Fireworks and cap off a perfect Father’s Day in the Niagara Region.
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