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Devil's Hole State Park

Robert Moses Parkway, Niagara Falls, NY 14305
+1 716-284-4691
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“niagara river” (20 reviews)
“great hike” (8 reviews)
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Robert Moses Parkway, Niagara Falls, NY 14305
+1 716-284-4691
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Park was easy to find, beautiful scenery and gorgeous water views. The whirlpool was just mesmerizing. Lots of hiking, however strenuous to get to bottom by the water. Great for picnic or just relaxing

Thank Raretravelo
Reviewed 1 week ago

drive along and see the rapids and other spots to stop and take in the beauty Keep going another 15 min to the winerys

Thank xteacher_ua
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Devil's Hole and the Whirpool Rapids are breathtaking hiking trails along the lower Niagara River. Truly a hidden gem in the Niagara Falls area. Very few tourists - just beautiful natural trails and the amazing lower Niagara River! A few jet boats zoom by periodically,...More

Thank JML_bflo
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I loved learning about this and what it was all about it good to visit my husband and I enjoyed the view of it from high grounds and low grounds

Thank lori h
Reviewed 8 May 2017

beautiful place to hike or take a leisurely stroll and check out Devil's Gorge. different levels of trails

Thank tammy w
Reviewed 12 April 2017

Devils Hole gives the hardy the ability to walk right down to the water's edge of the Lower Niagara River. It is a hike, so wear comfortable shoes, but it is so worth it.

Thank Carl B
Reviewed 18 March 2017

my old trout and salmon fishing spot is at the bottom off the devil's hole trail. site derives it's name from a small cave on the trail. at this spot a small battle was fought during the french and indiann war. Cool reading for history...More

1  Thank Michael S
Reviewed 7 March 2017

Great gorge and lower river views! If you plan to walk the trail down to the Niagara River, make sure you allow enough time to take breaks each way, but especially on the way back up. It is a longer walk than it looks from...More

Thank Christopher H
Reviewed 3 March 2017

We hiked this trail with our 3 kids (11, 8 and 5). You have to climb down LOTS of steep stairs to get down to the trail (like 350 steps or something) and then guess what - you have to climb back up to return....More

1  Thank randolphclan
Reviewed 20 February 2017

This park has a lot to offer. It is well laid out with great trails, scenic overlooks and a wonderful visitors centre. Wear comfortable shoes and do not forget your camera.

Thank Scott5551212
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Amy Ryann R
Is Gorge Trail and Devil's Hole free of charge? If not, does anyone know the pricing? We are visiting the last week of June and curious. Thank you.
13 May 2017|
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Response from KatieeElizabeth | Reviewed this property |
Hi Amy, it's free...The gorge and devils hole is a hiking trail. It's a "park".