Visit the White Water Walk in Niagara Falls Canada.
The Niagara Parks White Water Walk is located at 4330 River Road in Niagara Falls, Canada.
2023 admission:$17.50 Adults (13+ years), $11.50 Children (3 to 12 years). Children 2 and under are free.
If you arrive by car there is fee based parking.
For more information about parking check here.
The White Water Walk is open seasonally from May through October. view current hours
Open seasonally – Visitors average 30-60 minutes here. Most active during July and August.
Public restrooms and a gift shop are available.
Hours are typically from 9:00am to 6:00pm seven days a week during the tourism season.
Reservations are not required and advance purchase is not necessary.
The WeGo transportation service stops at the White Water Walk in season.
If you are visiting Niagara Falls on the Canadian side be sure to check out the White Water Walk. Close by attractions include the Botanical Gardens and the Whirlpool Aero Car. Views of the lower Niagara River and the Niagara Gorge are spectacular.
This video was taken from the USA side of the Niagara River and shows the White Water Walk area on the opposite side of the river.
For navigation to White Water Walk on your mobile device use: 4330 River Rd, Niagara Falls, ON L2G 6T2, Canada.
Take the elevator 70 meters (230 feet) down into the gorge, then walk through the 73 meter tunnel. The Boardwalk beside the rapids is 305 meters (1,000 feet) and stairs lead to two observation areas at the edge of the River. The water travels at different speeds along the length of the Niagara River. South of the Falls where the river is wide and slow, the maximum speed is about 40 km/h. Near the brink of the Falls, a speed of 109 km/h has been recorded. As the water travels through the Whirlpool Rapids at White Water Walk, it is traveling at about 48 km/hr or 30 mph, creating the Whirlpool Rapids – “Class 6 white-water rapids”.
The White Water Walk is located 2.7 miles/4.3 kilometers north of Niagara Falls on the Niagara Parkway which follows the path of the Niagara River to Niagara Falls.