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Greater Niagara Travel Tips

Things to do From Niagara Vacation Rentals

The Niagara area of New York State offers a great mix of attractions with Niagara Falls, one of the natural wonders of the world, right on its doorstep. The area includes Silver Lake, Horseshoe Lake and the towns of Lyndonville, Niagara Falls and Wilson. Niagara Falls offers an easy border crossing into Canada to spend the day there. Walk or drive across Rainbow Bridge and enjoy all the attractions along the rim of Niagara Gorge. The other benefit of a vacation in Niagara is the opportunity to enjoy the rivers, forests and natural beauty of the area. It is the perfect choice for those who enjoy the outdoors or those looking for a quiet romantic break away from stressful everyday living. The nearby lakes provide endless activities, or you can just relax and chill out in your comfortable Niagara cabin.

Although most people are drawn to the area to see the magnificent Niagara Falls, the mighty Niagara River and its tributaries provide great entertainment too. Take a jet boat ride, cross the falls in a cage, walk beside the raging torrent on the boardwalk, or take a trip into the spray on the Maid of the Mist boats. There is a huge casino at Niagara Falls, Canada and plenty of other entertainment including museums, restaurants and theaters there. The Niagara area has excellent fishing at Olcott’s 18-mile Creek and Point Breeze’s Oak Orchard Creek. Walking in the area is very popular or you can just relax on the deck of your Niagara vacation rental and count the stars.

The Great Benefits of Staying in Niagara Vacation Homes

The area of Niagara is one of unrivalled natural beauty and the best way to enjoy the peace and quiet of this lovely area is by renting a cabin or vacation home. With your own space you can do as you please, without the need to vacate your room or attend breakfast at a certain time, as hotel guests inevitably must. Those with children will find the additional living space for playing and the separate bedrooms a boon. With your own vacation home, you can prepare home-cooked meals, maintain special diets and save money compared to dining out each evening. With comfortable sofas around a log fire, it is a true home-away-from-home to relax in.

Places to Visit Around Niagara Cabins

Lake Ontario is one of the treasures of this area. The lakefront area is a nature-lover’s paradise with deer and other wildlife in abundance. The lakes provide great opportunities for boating, fishing, kayaking, waterskiing and other water sports. A visit to the magnificent Niagara Falls is a must but visitors can also walk across Rainbow Bridge and enjoy a day in Niagara, Canada. There are plenty of shops, restaurants and attractions in the historic town. Remember to bring your passport if you intend to walk or drive across the border though!

Getting to Niagara, New York

Getting to Niagara by air is very easy as Buffalo Niagara Airport is just 20 miles from Niagara Falls. Another option is to use the Toronto Pearson International Airport in Canada and then drive the remaining 50 miles across the border.

Local Weather in New York State

The Niagara region of New York State has a humid continental climate which is affected a great deal by the nearby Great Lakes. Lake effect snow comes from Lake Erie and Lake Ontario as Niagara is located between the two. Summer temperatures reach 28 C (82 F) with occasional heat waves. From November to April, the temperatures are often well below freezing, with a total of 63 inches of snowfall.

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