Niagara Falls Adventure Park NY
I bought the Groupon. Made the trip up there on perfectly sunny day. Got jipped out of a $20 parking fee. We stayed there half the day because they kept saying there was thunder or rain or some weather thing going on about 15 miles away. Finally they said we could leave if we didn't want to wait any longer & they'd write up vouchers for the activities we didn't get to do (none of them). Now, I've been trying to contact them for a couple of months to go back & do it and apparently they're out of business. So, I lost the money I spent on the Groupon.
I am not sure if it is a Groupon or NF Adventure Park issue, but we tried to use our Groupon 2 seperate times without sucess. I followed all of the directions - reserved a time and completed the waiver - but when we arrived they had no record of the reservation and no availability. Tried a second time and even confirmed by calling them that the reservation was showing up. Yes -no problem, until we got there again. Again was turned away and not able to use the Groupon which then expired!! Very frustrated and will never try to go there again. Also very skeptical of purchasing these types of items through Groupon since I have now lost my money.
Not a bad place, it is seasonal, but I suggest making a reservation, twice we tried to do walk-in (website said they accepted) and they couldn't accommodate us. Once we could schedule a time to go, my teenage boys had a great time.
We had a great time. George and Santa were terrific!!
Only drawback is having to pay for parking!
This turned out to be a really cool experience! My boyfriend and I had a lot of fun! It was something different to do together rather than the usual dinner and a movie.
Excellent facility with very friendly staff.
Took the grandkids, they had a ball, I had a ball. Will was fantastic and patient with the littler ones and adventuresome with the teens, helping them to stretch their abilities on the rope bridges. Great time, great price
The instructors were great. What an experience!!
From Our Editors
Although the nearby waterfalls get all of the attention around Niagara Falls, the real action takes place a few blocks away and a few dozen feet in the air. At Niagara Falls Adventure Park, brave guests can defy gravity (and their own fears) with aerial activities suitable for kids as young as 7. Read on to learn more about this exhilarating way to experience Niagara Falls:
- Ziplines: Once you climb the hill, there's only one way down. After the park's conscientious staffers strap you securely into a safety harness and helmet, they send you screaming down 350 feet of zipline at speeds of up to 30 miles per hour. The dual ziplines let you race against a friend or teddy-bear companion.
- Ropes Course: A series of platforms, bridges, and ropes hangs suspended in the air above the park, waiting to see if you have the mettle needed to cross its 800-foot expanse. Lending you courage is a sturdy harness and an auto-belay system that keeps things extra safe.
- Jump-Off Zone: If you've ever wondered what it's like to fly, you can finally find out at the Jump-Off Zone. After climbing to the top of the park's hill and securing your safety harness, you take a leap of faith, free-falling over five stories before landing safely on the ground below.
Niagara Falls Adventure Park NY