from The Bed and Breakfast Association
Niagara-on-the-Lake is world-renowned for its wine, for the Shaw Festival, and also its close proximity to the natural wonder Niagara Falls, but there’s more to do in Niagara than Taste Wine.
Coming to Niagara-on-the-Lake isn’t just for wine snobs and lovers of theatre. There are plenty of activities for the young-at-heart to get out and enjoy the fresh air and get some exercise as well.
Golfing, biking, kayaking and stand up paddle boarding (SUP) are also great activities to clear your head between wine tastings. Stand Up Paddle Boarding (SUP) Get a different perspective of Lake Ontario and the Niagara River. Stand up paddle boarding (SUP) is a combination of surfing and outrigger canoe paddling.
Paddle Niagara, http://www.paddleniagara.com/, offers sunset paddles and even SUP Yoga. Kayaking If you prefer something slightly more steady,
Niagara Kayak, http://www.niagarakayak.com, will meet you at the launch site of your choice and provide you with everything you need including a tutorial on safety and basic kayaking instructions. Cycling If you prefer a dryer activity, there are many bike paths through Niagara and along the Niagara River Parkway. There are even bike tours to the wineries. Bring your own or rent from
Zoom Leisure, http://www.zoomleisure.com, or
Grape Escape, https://www.tourniagarawineries.com/. Or you can even skip the pedaling with an electric bike from
eSkoot, http://www.eskoot.com. There’s even bicycles built for two available for rent.
Golf there are over a dozen golf courses in the Niagara region, including the oldest Golf Club in North America, Niagara-on-the-Lake Golf Club, established in 1875. With all this to see, you will want to stay a while.
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