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Make your way around Niagara Falls with this comprehensive map

Here’s your ultimate guide, with the Niagara Falls map and details on navigating the key highlights, viewpoints, and amenities on the US and Canadian sides. Whether you’re interested in exploring the Park, its trails or landmarks, these maps ensure you plan your itinerary well and enjoy a seamless and memorable experience.

Niagara Falls Map

Straddling the border of the United States and Canada, Niagara Falls offers many attractions and activities on both sides of the border, in addition to the viewing deck.

Niagara Falls Canada map

Make the most of the Journey Behind the Falls, Skylon Tower, Niagara Fallsview Casino Resort, and a range of other attractions.

Niagara Falls USA Map

The US side boasts the popular Maid of the Mist boat tour, Niagara Falls State Park, and Cave of the Winds, among many other highlights.

Navigating your way around the Niagara Falls

Visiting Niagara Falls requires navigating between the two countries and exploring different areas on each side to reach the various attractions in and around the Falls. Here’s a guide to help you plan your route more efficiently.

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  • Many attractions at Niagara Falls offer on-site parking on both sides. But it can fill up quickly, especially during peak tourist seasons. Consider using public parking lots or taking advantage of shuttle services, if available.
  • If you enjoy cycling, consider renting a bike to explore Niagara Falls and its surrounding areas. Both the American and Canadian sides offer bike paths and trails that provide scenic views of the Falls and the Niagara River.
  • Many attractions at Niagara Falls are within walking distance of each other, especially on the Canadian side, where the Fallsview Tourist Area is pedestrian-friendly. Wear comfortable shoes and enjoy exploring on foot, taking in the sights and sounds of the area.

Visitor facilities

  • Parking: There are several paid parking options in and around the Falls in both the US and Canada. These include the four parking lots at Prospect Point, Goat Island, and Niagara Gorge in the USA and the power station, the Falls Parking (Lot A), Floral Showhouse Parking (Lot B), and Rapidsview Parking (Lot C) in Canada.
  • Accessible parking space: In Canada, a designated accessible parking space is located at the foot of the ramp to the Bridge of Flowers that connects to the Table Rock Complex. In the US, there is free accessible parking in Niagara Falls State Park just before lot 3, near the Three Sisters islands, but it is a bit of a walk from the main Falls. 
  • EV charging station: You can find several charging stations near the attractions. In Canada, drive to the Niagara Casino or the Sun Country Highway Charging Station. In the US, there is a charging station on Goat Island, Buffalo Avenue, and another at Rainbow Boulevard.
  • Information desk: Head over to the Table Rock Complex in Canada and the Niagara Falls USA Official Visitor Center on the other side to find an information desk.
  • Wheelchair/stroller rentals: On the US side, Sight See Rentals rents wheelchairs, scooters, strollers, and wagons. In Canada, a few Niagara Park attractions offer free wheelchair rentals on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • Accessible routes: The visitor center provides information on accessible routes and facilities throughout the Niagara Falls State Park in the US.
  • Elevators: In the US, elevators will take you to the Maid of the Mist boat tour area from near the viewing platform. On the Canadian side, elevators will take you to the lower viewing areas.
  • Restrooms: Restrooms are accessible throughout the Niagara Falls State Park, including at the Table Rock Welcome Centre and major attractions. You can also access restrooms in all the key areas at Niagara Falls State Park, including the Visitor Center and Cave of the Winds Pavilion.
  • Water refilling stations: The information centers have public drinking fountains.
  • Dining outlets: In Niagara Falls State Park in the US, there are restaurant options like Top of the Falls Restaurant and Cave of the Winds Snack Bar. In Canada, the Table Rock House Restaurant is a good option in the Falls area.
    Shuttle service: The Niagara Scenic Trolley is an eco-friendly hop-on, hop-off trolley system that stops at key points within Niagara Falls State Park. On the Canadian side, you can use the WEGO Transportation System, which has buses connecting hotels and major attractions in the region.
  • Hiking Trails: Niagara Falls State Park has some of the most scenic hiking trails in the area. Pick up a trail map from the visitor center before your hike.
  • Gift shops: You can buy gifts and souvenirs at the Niagara Falls USA Official Visitor Center or shop at the Top of the Falls Gift Shop and the Cave of the Winds Gift Shop. The Table Rock Shop in Canada offers a Canadian-centric shopping experience, selling wares from local brands complete with a view.

Tips for your visit 

  • If you're a citizen of either the US or Canada, ensure you have a valid passport for crossing the border. If you’re a foreign tourist, carry your passport and obtain visas to both countries from your home country.
  • While credit and debit cards are widely accepted on both sides, it is advisable to carry some Canadian dollars on hand when heading to Canada.
  • Since there are many attractions to cover, plan your route and the order of the attractions you want to visit throughout your day beforehand.
  • Consider packing a picnic and enjoying it at one of the many scenic spots between exploring attractions.
  • Make your way back to The Skylon Tower or Table Rock Welcome Centre in Canada, or the Observation Tower if you’re in the US, to watch the Falls being illuminated in a plethora of colors and the fireworks show in the evening.

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