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Canalside is at the heart of Buffalo's waterfront revitalization. Located on 21 historic waterfront acres that hosts hundreds of events and hundreds of thousands of visitors annually, Fun Happens Here.
44 Prime St, Pick Up Point Is the Old Shooters Restaurant Parking Lot., Buffalo, NY 14202-4140
All reviews ice skating adirondack chairs paddle boats water bikes naval park shark girl canal side rent a kayak beautiful area free concerts bike ferry erie canal downtown buffalo liberty hound harbor center food vendors water front
We went last week to fall on our bums ice skating but saw the new bumper cars and figured what the heck! $7 a person and I think it lasts 10 minutes. You can spin in circles and crash into perfect strangers lol. The kids...More
Traditionally a summer destination offering concerts, local vendors and activities, canalside has much to offer for outdoor winter fun. Head down to enjoy the ice rink! Doesn’t matter if you cannot skate, Canalside offers ice bikes and ice bumper cars which are soooo much fun...More
League Of Ukrainian Catholics of America-LUC Buffalo N.Y. St.Nicholas Ukrainian Catholic Church held its Convention at the Hyatt Place in Amherst October 5-7-2018. We took a narrated boat tour on the Buffalo River. I would like to thank Karen Voit (Spirit of Buffalo-Buffalo River History...More
We went at night and in the morning. No activity. I don’t see the hype about this place. Too much construction going on. Just a damper on our trip. No people, no music, no vendors, and nearby restaurants not anything to get excited about.
On a beautiful very hot day in August we decided to venture down to the Buffalo Inner Harbor which is adjacent to Canalside. Plenty of individuals were following our lead, as there were lots of cars parked on the entryway and in the adjacent parking...More
Canalside is the area where the Erie Canal met the Lake Erie.....once a dingy, questionable area it has been tranformed into a people friendly waterfront scene with all kinds of tours, restaurants and water activities. Ample parking......You can just sit and relax if you want.
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We kayak and don't know of any place right at canal side. there is a kayak rental site but I doubt you'd be able to leave your kayaks there. We launch at Wilkison point on the outer harbor and paddle into the Buffalo River... More
We kayak and don't know of any place right at canal side. there is a kayak rental site but I doubt you'd be able to leave your kayaks there. We launch at Wilkison point on the outer harbor and paddle into the Buffalo River near the naval park.