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Where to park in Niagara Falls Canada?

Many visitors to Niagara Falls prefer to travel by car. Then there is the question of where to park the vehicle.

If you are interested in parking for one or two nights, it is best to check if your accommodation offers parking spaces and whether an additional fee is paid or not.

Most of the attractions have a parking lot that you can use during the day. Skylon Tower, for example, has two car parks where both cars and buses can stop. Clifton Hill has 700 parking spaces and two entrances to them. By leaving your car there you will be able to easily reach the main attractions of the waterfalls.

Casino Niagara and Fallsview Casino also have their own parking spaces, and parking is available for a fee. The casinos have respectively 1500 and 2500 spaces.

Niagara Parks have parking lots, most of which are subject to an entrance fee or parking meters. You can also purchase an all-day pass for $26.55.

Considering the seasonality of tourism in Niagara, there are parking lots that are seasonal (e.g. White Water Walk, Whirlpool Aero Car, Niagara Glen & Nature Center) and those that are open all year round (e.g. part of Floral Showhouse Parking, Kingsbridge Park, Queen Victoria Place).

You can purchase a year-round Niagara Park`s Parking Pass for $66.37, which provides the ability to park in certain parking lots in the area. Some attractions such as the Nature Center, Floral Showhouse and others also have year-round passes for not more than two vehicles per a pass card holder.

Attractions such as Skylon Tower and Fallsview Casino have motor coach parking but if you need a space there you have to warn them in advance.

Preliminary research of the nearby parking lots and their fees will make your trip much easier and you will be able to follow your plan for the day.


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