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The Local’s Guide to parking in Niagara Falls

Heading to Niagara’s fun capital?  You know why you’re going, you know what you’re going to do, and thanks to TNL, you know the hot-spots to eat-out;  (Cue Tide and Vine’s new permanent digs).  But the proverbial question always ends up: ‘Where do I park the car as close to the action for the cheapest price?’

Photos courtesy Joanne Sijm

Niagara Parks now has the best deal going for Locals and frequent NF-flyers alike.  A mere $50 gets you a full year parking pass to ALL Niagara Parks Parking locations, as close to the water as you want to be; TableRock, Queen Victoria Place, Rapidsview, even McFarland House, NOTL – all year long.

Pick up your pass online, print the page and bring it to the toll booth, where they will issue a rather large laminated parking pass.  Commitment issues?; try the day pass, $20 all-day, in and out privilege.

“Annual passes can be purchased at the Niagara Parks Rapidsview Welcome Centre or Falls Parking Lot for $50, tax included and are valid for 1 year from date of purchase. Annual passes can also be purchased online and printed from home. Please bring your printed pass to Rapidsview Parking or Falls Parking to redeem.” – Niagara Parks Website


Another good option, instead of parking, is the WEGO bus.

A $7.00 fare gives you 24 hours to hop-on-hop-off the WEGO Bus, that rides all over Niagara Falls. 




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