Insider tips for exploring Gay Niagara

Guest blog by Travel Gay Canada & Pride Niagara

Niagara Region is only an hour drive from WorldPride in Toronto and has breathtaking views. Start planning your stay.

Niagara Falls

A luxurious night’s sleep by the falls

With all the fun you can have while in Niagara, a comfy bed and a good view are a must.

The Four Points by Sheraton Niagara Falls Hotel offers either a city or falls view, which is perfect for watching fireworks at night on Canada Day! The hotel is located conveniently near the best Niagara Falls attractions including Journey Behind the Falls.

Niagara Falls At Night Credit OTMPC

Best wings in town

Gord’s Place is an urban pub with a laid back atmosphere you can relax in and enjoy great food and one of 12 beers on tap. Gord’s Place is known for having Niagara’s Best wings, burgers, and fresh home-made food and is home of the Mason Jar Martini & 2.5L Draft Tower.

Wings and Beer Credit Gord's Place Niagara

Photo: @gordsplace on Instagram.

 

Experience the Falls and get wet!

 

This is a must-do tour when visiting Niagara Falls. Ride the Whirlpool Jet Boat and get soaking wet plunging into the amazing Class 5 rapids of Devil’s Hole while spinning 360 degrees. The friendly crew provide all necessary gear and life vests. Insider tip: Bring a change of clothes, you’ll need it. If you’d rather stay dry, ride in the enclosed Jet Dome boat and experience the falls without getting soaking wet.

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Let’s go dancing

Envy Lounge is Niagara’s trendy LGBT club and has two floors, a large dancing area and a lounge area. Insider Tip: Go out on a Friday, grab a drink and hit the outdoor patio or head upstairs for a few games of pool.

 

Coffee Culture

Coffee Culture Cafe & Eatery, located in the heart of St. Catharines (a short drive from Niagara Falls), it’s a perfect spot to grab a quiet cup of coffee, hold a casual business meeting or take advantage of the cafe’s free wireless Internet access. Complete with front street patio for people watching.

 

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. Pamela Hamel says:

    How can the Elk Lake Eco Centre be featured as a Gay friendly destination in NE Ontario?

    Thank you

    Pamela Hamel

    Executive Director

  2. Hi Pamela! I’ll share your recommendation with our guest bloggers – great idea for an upcoming post 🙂

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