Since its establishment in 1885, Niagara Parks has remained a self-financed agency of the Ontario Ministry of Tourism, Culture & Sport, entrusted to preserve and protect the land surrounding Niagara Falls and the Niagara River.

Niagara Parks offers visitors the opportunity to authentically experience and interpret the 56 kilometre Niagara River corridor through our sprawling parklands, natural attractions, locally-sourced culinary offerings, celebrated golf courses and restored heritage sites.

Our media center is designed to provide photographers, bloggers, travel writers and journalists with the latest updates on Niagara Parks. Here you can explore story ideas, inquire about travel media assistance and film and photograph permits, and access media releases, fact sheets, event listings and our image library.

Latest Press Releases

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Old Fort Erie to Host Napoleonic Battle Reenactment

Niagara Parks’ historic Old Fort Erie will be transformed into a Spanish border fortress during the Peninsula War and the...

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Niagara Parks Celebrates Laura Secord Day

Niagara Parks invites visitors to honour the legacy of famed Canadian heroine, Laura Secord, and her incredible 32 kilometre trek,...

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Father’s Day Promotions at Niagara Parks

Join us and treat your Dad to the ultimate Father’s Day by taking advantage of the warm summer temperatures and...

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Visit Niagara Parks on GO

Niagara Parks and Metrolinx Make it Easier to Experience the Best of Niagara In time for Canada’s 150th birthday, Niagara Parks...

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Notice of Upcoming Road Closures for the Ride to Conquer Cancer

The Niagara Parks Commission wishes to notify residents and businesses of the following road closures scheduled along sections of the...

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Friday Night Frights Return to Old Fort Erie

The pristine grounds and detailed architecture of Niagara Parks’ Old Fort Erie will take on a more sinister tone as...

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