|LocationNiagara Falls||Duration90 minutes||Adults CA$95 each|
In 1862, Port Dalhousie was incorporated into a village and in 1961 was merged with St. Catharines. Port Dalhousie was the final point of the first 3 Welland Canals until 1932, with the opening of the 4th Canal, which proceeded through Port Weller.
The Segway tour will begin at Jaycee Gardens Park, which is one of St. Catharine's largest parks and contains many beautifully landscaped flowers, grass and trees.
We continue through Rennie Park, home to the Spirit of St. Catharines and the Heavy Eight Sculptures. The tour then travels around the Portwith its terrific lakeviews.
A final stop is made by Lakeside park with its beautiful beach and antique carousel, which was carved between 1898 and 1905 in Brooklyn, New York. It is one of 9 antique hand carved carousels still operating in Canada!
After waivers are signed, Segway Training begins.
Ride through Jaycee Gardens and Royal Henley Park before crossing the bridge to Rennie Park
We step off the Segway to cross the road and get back on and travel around the Marina.
Take a quick break and then travel back to visit the Lakeside Park with its popular beach and Carousel (open only during the summer/fall months).
After crossing back to Rennie Park, we ride back to the starting point without stopping.
End of the tour
Meeting Location: Jaycee Gardens Park, 543 Ontario Street, St. Catharines, ON
We meet in the parking lot, drive through the yellow gates and travel until you see the parking lot.
Please arrive 10 to 15 min early to sign the waiver, and receive an individual training, so the tour can start on time.
There is free parking available.
To change or cancel Niagara Falls Segway Tours please call or email us. Customers will receive a FULL REFUND if they call at least 24 hours ahead to cancel.
If a Segway Tour is cancelled less than 24 hours in advance NO REFUND will be provided.
There is a minimum age limit of 12 years old minimum and each waiver must be signed by an adult. Each person must weigh between 100 and 250lbs.Is it easy to ride a Segway?
Yes! It takes less than 10 minutes to learn how to balance.Do I need to wear special clothing?
Please wear comfortable clothes and flat shoes (no high heels). A helmet will be provided and is mandatory.What if I cannot keep up?
The tour consists of a small group of people and we adapt our speed to suit each participant's comfort level. We also take breaks if necessary so people can stretch their legs.What happens if it rains?
We will provide ponchos and continue the tour.How challenging is it?
There are some narrow and curvy sections on this tour, caution is required.