Niagara Falls, NY, USA

Niagara Falls, NY, USA

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Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 74 vacation rentals near Niagara Falls. From 45 houses to 17 apartments, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Niagara Falls for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

Head over heels for Niagara Falls

The world-famous waterfalls are its primary draw, but there are plenty of other reasons to visit Niagara Falls. The falls form a spectacular backdrop to this friendly city that hugs the Canada–US border at the southern end of the Niagara Gorge. Packed with exciting attractions, fascinating heritage landmarks, and scenic nature trails, it’s the perfect destination for a freewheeling family adventure. Niagara Falls vacation rentals help you make the most of every minute, with all the action on your doorstep and the comforts of home waiting at the end of each fun-filled day.

An alternative view of Niagara Falls

You’ll soon discover there’s more to Niagara than the famous Falls. The Aquarium of Niagara offers the chance to make friends with perky penguins, sleek sharks, and agile sea lions—open daily. Atmospheric Old Falls Street offers free family games and live music, as well as bike rentals—a great way to explore further afield while enjoying the convenience of Niagara Falls vacation rentals in downtown. For a taste of the main event, feel the full force of the powerful falls with a ride in the Maid of the Mist—these famous boats have been carrying awestruck passengers through the dense spray of Horseshoe Falls since 1846.

Soak up the star attraction of Niagara Falls

The dramatic natural wonder that lends its name to the city comprises 3 waterfalls, the largest of which is Horseshoe Falls. This is separated from American Falls by Goat Island, which offers many of the best viewing spots. Goat Island is linked by a footbridge to Luna Island, where the Cave of the Winds elevator allows up-close views of the smallest cascade, Bridal Veil Falls. The city’s rich heritage is proudly displayed at Old Fort, where over 200 years of history are vividly brought to life in authentic 18th-century buildings—open all year round.

Niagara Falls stuns whatever the season

No one expects to stay dry on a visit to Niagara Falls, so don’t be discouraged by a little rain. Warm, humid summers can bring thunderstorms, while in winter the precipitation turns to snow. For the best chance of rainbows in the mist without heavy downpours, look for Niagara Falls vacation rentals in spring or fall and benefit from mid-season bargains. December through February are perfect months to catch the falls at their wintry finest, sparkling with frost and with fewer crowds. Many vacation rentals near Niagara Falls offer panoramic views of this unique natural phenomenon.

Niagara Falls—a natural wonder

Niagara Falls State Park is the oldest state park in the US, dating back to the 1880s, when a local association was formed to protect the unique ecology of the waterfalls and provide public access. Today’s visitors benefit from the foresight of previous generations, who carefully preserved the natural landscape, while enhancing its appreciation with a network of scenic trails that showcase the area’s fascinating geology and wildlife. Why not enjoy the full alfresco experience with a tasty picnic whipped up in your well-equipped Niagara Falls vacation rental?