Another great location above The Gorge below Niagara Falls with views of Rainbow Bridge, between USA and Canada, and distant glimpses of both of the Falls and the skyline.
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Great for a short walk along the rim of the gorge and view of the whirlpool. (Long and arduous hike to the bottom of the gorge available if you're ambitious or masochistic!) Half way between Niagara Falls and Niagara Power Vista. A good short interlude...More
As a State Park, Whirlpool State Park is just decent. I don't really find it to be all that special. Sure, there is the whirlpool in the Niagara River below, but other than that, that's all this park has going for it. There is a...More
We walked around the top near the shelter and parking area (plenty of parking, free) and then hiked down to the Whirlpool Rapids trail. We misread the map and didn't realize it was "difficult" and it definitely was, especially at the bottom. There's a nice...More
Our tour guide took us here to see the whirlpools at about sunset and it was really gorgeous. I believe it's also a stop on the trolley route, which is nice! It also has a great view of the Canada side.
The most challenging trails at Niagara but worth the climb down all the rocks to sit on the edge of the river and enjoy the water
Our tour dropped us off here for about 45 minutes. A lovely park with great views of the river downstream from the falls where a whirlpool forms ...
two friends and I spent close to an hour here walking the rim trail and admiring the gorgeous views of the gorge and whirlpools. This park is well maintained and offers picnic tables and restrooms. It is like an oasis, a very refreshing spot not...More