Questions? Niagara Falls State Park has the answers. Here are some of the more frequently asked questions of Niagara Falls park rangers and staff. If there’s a question that's not answered here or elsewhere on the park website, please call (716) 278-1796 and we’ll do our best to help. Q: What's the location of Niagara Falls State Park? A: Actually we don't have a physical address, only a postal address. The approximate entrance to Goat Island is at 24 Buffalo Avenue Niagara Falls, NY 14303.GPS coordinates are: Latitude 43.081528 Longitude 79.064240 Q: Where can I find something to eat? A: Niagara Falls State Park has a number of food service outlets ranging from grab-and-go snack bars and cafes to the spectacular Top of the Falls Restaurant, with floor-to-ceiling views of the Falls from every table. See the Dining section for more information. In addition, portable food carts are located throughout the park for fast service ice cream, beverages and snacks. Q: Are wheelchairs and strollers available? A: Wheelchairs are available upon request at the Visitor Center and the police station on Goat Island. There are extremely limited number of wheelchairs available, so if you have one we recommend you bring it along. Strollers are not available within the park. Q: How do I get to the park? A: Click here for complete directions to Niagara Falls State Park. Q: What is the Niagara USA Discovery Pass?A: The Niagara USA Discovery Pass offers up to a 29% discount on all park attractions, as well as additional savings at other nearby attractions. The cost is $45 for adults and $34 for children between the ages of 6 and 12. Q: Can I host a special event at the park? A: Certainly! Niagara Falls State Park is great a setting for special events including weddings, reunions and banquets. Click here for more information. Call the New York State Permit Office at (716) 278-1763 to schedule an event without food service. Q: Is the Park accessible to the disabled? A: Yes. Most footpaths are suitable for wheelchairs and excellent views of Niagara Falls are available from handicapped-accessible paths. The Niagara Scenic Trolley and Maid of the Mist® welcome disabled riders. The Cave of the Winds tour allows disabled visitors to reach the permanent deck, just 75 feet away from the falls. Q: Where can I walk and hike? A: Niagara Falls State Park was designed with an emphasis on the appreciation of nature. There are numerous footpaths throughout the park, and a path that gives access to the Niagara Gorge. Please call (716) 282-5154 for more detailed information. Q: Where can I park? A: There are four parking lots within the park. Click here for parking lot locations and additional Niagara Falls information for those driving to the park. Q: Are there bike paths? A: The footpaths and trails in Niagara Falls State Park are not intended for off-road bicycles. Bicycles are welcome on any roads where vehicle traffic is permitted. Q: Is there a program for educational groups? A: Yes. Niagara Falls State Park has an interpretive office that organizes programs for school groups and organizations. Please call (716) 282-5154 for more information. Q: What special services are available for international visitors? A: In the gift shops, many of the books and videos that detail the history of the Falls are available in Japanese, French, and German language versions. Listening aides for a wide variety of language translations are available for the excellent film in the Niagara Adventure Theater. Q: How do I secure permission to shoot a movie, TV show or other type of production in the park? A: Please contact Angela Berti at firstname.lastname@example.org to begin the application process Q: How much does it cost to see everything at the park?A: It is free to enter the Park and enjoy the views, hikes, picnic areas and all that is Niagara Falls State Park. However, if you wish to experience the Falls by partaking in our attractions, admission fees are available on the appropriate page for each attraction. The Niagara USA Discovery Pass is the passport to saving up to 35% when multiple park attractions are on your itinerary. Q: How long does that park stay open? A: Niagara Falls State Park is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, year round. However, park attractions have their own schedules. Visit each attraction’s page for more information. Q: Where can I find souvenirs? A: There are four gift shops within Niagara Falls State Park that carry officially licensed park souvenirs and merchandise, conveniently located near major attractions. Click here for more information about park stores. All in-park shops carry a full line of quality souvenirs, including apparel, glassware, gifts and books, as well as last-minute necessities, such as batteries, cameras, sunglasses and umbrellas. Or, to shop for souvenirs from the comfort of your own home before or after your visit, please see our online store. Q: Is there an ATM in the park? A: There are no ATM machines within the park. Banking services can be found just outside Niagara Falls State Park, within walking distance in downtown Niagara Falls, USA. Q: How long are Trolley tours? A: The Niagara Scenic Trolley makes a complete circuit of the park approximately every 30 minutes. It's time well spent to acquaint yourself with the park's layout and history, courtesy of the tour guide. Your Scenic Trolley ticket is good all day, so you can get off at any stop to explore at your leisure, then re-board to continue on to the next destination. Q: How much does parking cost? A: Parking at Lots #1 and #2 within Niagara Falls State Park is $10 per car. Parking Lot#3 is $8 per car. For more information, visit parking lot locations. Q: Can I tour the park with a large group? A: Yes. Please call (716) 278-1796 for more information. Q: How long should I plan to stay? A: To see everything in Niagara Falls State Park, plan to stay at least a day. A longer visit will allow you to engage more deeply and fully experience the beauty of the park and the Falls. Q: Where can I get emergency assistance in the park? A: Emergency services can be found at New York State Park Police Headquarters near the Cave of the Winds on Goat Island or by calling (716) 278-1777. Q: Where is the nearest airport? A: The Buffalo-Niagara International Airport is approximately 30 miles from the park and is easily accessible from the New York State Thruway (I-90). Q: Can I Bring my dog? A: Yes, but ALL pets must be on a 6-foot leash. Note: Pets are not permitted in any buildings or attractions unless they are service animals. Q: Extra credit: Is it Niagra Falls or Niagara Falls?A. Niagara Falls – see you soon!