There is unlimited fun in Niagara Canada. Locals have the benefit of living a short drive from the breathtaking world wonder that is Niagara Falls and in the center of wine country and its over 90 wineries. You don’t have to leave home to find the world-class attractions that so many tourists come to see.

Living in Niagara Canada means enjoying a favourite new wine paired with local cheeses at one of Niagara’s many wineries, sitting in the audience for a world-class theatre performance at the Shaw Festival, playing golf overlooking the Niagara River, or relaxing at a top-ranked spa. It means being awestruck by the sound of the Falls, marveling at the natural wonder that is the Niagara Escarpment, a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve, or following the Niagara Parkway for the prettiest Sunday drive in the world.

For Niagara residents, dining out means partaking in the creations of culinary stars and eating food that is truly farm to table. A night out on the town is just as world-class, with gaming and hot ticket performances.

No matter the season, there’s always something on the calendar in Niagara Canada. Every month brings a lengthy roster of marquee and community-based events and festivals and a reason to celebrate living in one of the most popular destinations in the world.

Recreation & Outdoors

Niagara Canada’s unique geography creates weather that brings four distinct seasons, and each one brings a breath of fresh air to enjoy recreation and the outdoors.

Spring, summer and fall are the best times to enjoy the region’s 300 km of bike trails, 48 golf courses, 42 nature conservation areas, and the many beaches and waterfronts at Lake Erie and Lake Ontario. It’s also the time to hike the Bruce Trail, Canada’s longest footpath, and explore the natural wonder of the Niagara Escarpment. Camp, fish, picnic, walk the trails or just enjoy being surrounded by nature in Niagara’s Conservation Areas, spread over 2,870 hectares of some of the most sensitive and unique natural areas in the region. There are 42 nature conservation areas in total, with spots to experience nature’s beauty and lots of recreational and educational opportunities. In the winter, try our national sport, ice hockey, or learn to skate at the numerous arenas in the region.

Any time of the year you’ll find excellent recreational facilities – from public swimming pools to sporting facilities and community centres, along with a wide range of sports, games and activities to participate in. Whether you are a sports enthusiast, nature lover or passionate spectator, you’ll feel at home.