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We brought our dogs with us on this trip, and one day, we walked from Dufferin Islands to the Falls and then back to the Islands with our pups - then, we took them around the islands. Peaceful, serene, the geese are beautiful. Next time,...More
Spent plenty of time down here when I was younger, it was a very beautiful relaxing place. Couple of swimming areas, bridges every where, tons of kids and families during the summer months. Now the place looks neglected and tired. I know insurance was the...More
What a wonderful place to discover after a few days of shuffling around Niagara Falls. We took a wonderful walk through the small park and will definitely be returning. Thankfully we experienced it when there were no crowds. Next time we’re gonna have a picnic!
This gem once upon a time was way nicer when things weren't as restricted by insurance liabilities. The site used to have swimming and paddleboat rentals at one time. That said, as a local, I love this gem in the heart of the tourism mecca....More
A great place to get in touch with nature. Lots of birds, waterfowl, and small mammals. Just remember not to feed bread to the birds. Stop by the Dollar Store and grab a bag of mixed bird seed or a package of peanuts in the...More
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There are no attractions here, but it's lovely to walk across the bridges around the lakes and islands to explore and relax. There are ducks and geese to feed and plenty of places to have a picnic. Allow about an hour to... More
There are no attractions here, but it's lovely to walk across the bridges around the lakes and islands to explore and relax. There are ducks and geese to feed and plenty of places to have a picnic. Allow about an hour to walk around, or longer if you plan to take a picnic. Parking is free and the islands can also be reached by the WeGo buses.
I would agree, I dont see very many adults swimming in there, I dont think its as clean as it use to be. Also there are beavers....mostly people go there to walk or to picnic or just a quiet place to relax.