Devil’s Hole State Park
There’s no experience like it anywhere. Travel down a stone stairway and travel back in time millions of years as you step into the Niagara Gorge and come face-to-face with the Niagara River. Many locals know about this, but tourists rarely get introduced to this amazing and breathtaking phenomenon.
Overlooking the lower whirlpool and rapids, Devil’s Hole features a nature trial, gorge caves, a picnic area, winter snowshoeing and cross-country skiing, and the most beautiful pictures second to being in front of the Falls themselves. Your reward for making it through the trail, which is by no means difficult, is a stunning view of the rapids, unspoiled and unique, along with 800-thousand-year-old dwarf cedars rooted in the wall of the gorge surrounding you.
Devil’s Hole is very popular with hikers, photographers, bird watchers, and fisherman. The area is very popular for anglers looking for trout and salmon.
Devil’s Hole State Park is located just one mile north of the Whirlpool State Park along the Niagara Scenic Parkway