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I've wanted to ride my bike along this trail since I was a kid. I finally bought myself a car bike-rack (essential gear in my mind now) so that I could bring the bike to this spot. You can also rent bikes along the trail....More
Paved trail more appropriate for bicycle than walking and no gardens . Follows the road that goes from NOTL to Fort Erie and the Niagara river from Lake Ontario to Lake Erie.
Not a nature trail or a garden trail ...more a paved route along...More
It was a great day. Warm , clear, lots of Fall colours and fallen leaves to kick along the way. Well maintained and was well used that day by pedestrian, bikes, families, runners. Good way to have a walk around the area and enjoy a...More
The Niagara Parks Garden Trail is where you can have a great leisurely walk in Spring, Summer, Fall or Winter. Each season offers a different feel while always making you feel you are alive and in natures beautiful backyard. Walk the trail next time in...More
Beautiful trail easily accessible from downtown NOTL. Walk as much or as little as you like past the lake and river, winery's, stately homes and farm stands. Well maintained and suitable for walkers of all levels.
Just on the outskirts of NOTE is a 10+ paved walking and biking trial that runs along the Niagar River. The NOTL terminus is near the Queen's Landing/Fort George area with free parking. Best part of the ride was the farm markets across the road...More
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Hi! In addition to biking the trail I've also walked it from Niagara on the lake (NOTL) to Niagara Falls. In my opinion, the best part of the walk is the section between NOTL and Queenston (about the halfway mark so about... More
Hi! In addition to biking the trail I've also walked it from Niagara on the lake (NOTL) to Niagara Falls. In my opinion, the best part of the walk is the section between NOTL and Queenston (about the halfway mark so about 12K. There are lots of gorgeous homes and properties along the river to admire as you walk, in addition to many wineries you can stop in at and sample their stock. We ate a good lunch at a nice spot right along the trail, maybe about 4 or 5 K from where we started in Fort George in NOTL but I can't remember the name of it :-(
It looked like there was lots of parking at Fort George so I'd recommend starting there and just walk for however long you feel like along the trail. You can get your 4-5 miles in no problem. Not sure if the parking there is free or not, we bussed it there from Niagara Falls.
There were also plenty of little picnic areas with parking along the trail between Queenston and NOTL so you could also start your walk at any of them if you find an area you'd like to explore.
Have fun and enjoy the scenery!