Niagara-on-the-Lake Park ‘N’ Pedal Program

park and pedalNiagara-on-the-Lake – Park ‘N’ Pedal Program

Are you looking to explore Niagara by bike and need a place to park your vehicle? Niagara-on-the-Lake is a great place to start and they now offer a park and pedal program. The program is an Active Transportation initiative inviting cyclists to safely park their vehicle in a designated Park ‘N’ Pedal space at any host location. The hosts are mainly Niagara Parks Commission Parking Lots and wineries located close to a bicycle route, trail or paved bicycle friendly roadway, providing a variety of hospitality services and facilities to accommodate cyclists needs before and after a ride.

Here is a list of Park ‘N’ Pedal host locations, which can also be found on the Niagara Cycling Tourism Centre website under Resources – Parking:

  1. Royal Canadian Legion Branch 124 – 410 King St.
  2. Niagara Parks Commission Parking Lot – Niagara Parkway – Ricardo/John Street
  3. Niagara Parks Commission Parking Lost – Niagara Parkway opposite Riverbend Inn
  4. Niagara-on-the-Lake Community Centre – 14 Anderson Lane
  5. Niagara Parks Commission Parking Lot – Niagara Parkway north of East and West Line
  6. Jackson-Triggs Niagara Estate Winery – 2145 Niagara Stone Road
  7. Peller Estates Winery and Restaurant – 290 John Street East
  8. Sunnybrook Farm Estate Winery – 1425 Lakeshore Road
  9. Reif Estates Winery – 15608 Niagara Parkway
  10. Marynissen Estate Winery – 1208 Concession 1 Road
  11. Konzelmann Estate Winery – 1096 Lakeshore Road
  12. Inniskillin Wines – 1499 Line 3 Road
  13. Ice House Winery (Mon-Fri only) – 14774 Niagara Parkway
  14. Niagara Parks Commission Parking Lot – Opposite 8 Dumfries St. (Queenston)
  15. Icellars Estate Winery – 615 Concession 5 Road

Come enjoy a cycling adventure through scenic parks, vineyards, orchards and beautiful heritage sites in a unique cultural destination.

For more information on the bike routes surrounding Niagara-on-the-Lake visit the Waterfront Trail, the Niagara River Recreation Trail or the Niagara Wine Route.