One amazing view. Be careful during cloudy and foggy weather as visibility around this are drops considerably.
Located right downtown and opens early. The staff were great! All of the food and drink items available were high quality and the food was made to order. I highly recommend them. You'll find all sorts of breakfast, lunch, sandwich, and other items available as well as a wide assortment of drinks.
An absolutely delicious place for dinner. We were outside on the patio and the atmosphere was great. Even though you're right by a side street the traffic was minimal during our evening visit. Every item on the menu was high end and well prepared. I highly recommend experiencing the fine dining here.
A rather large beach area is access through this wetland park. There are event locations on premises and during our visit in April '21 we could see construction on large outdoor food and bar areas. The walk through the park through the wetland area is well built and a short distance from the beach. There is a considerably large parking lot on site as well.
A short walk from the Rudyard Kipling home. A beautiful location.
We parked down the road and took a long beautiful walk to the property. While we didn't get to tour the property it was very nice to see from the road. The houses in the surrounding area are all very nice and unique to the area. The views along the road are second to none.
A really neat shop and museum dedicated to the kazoo. This is the ONLY functional kazoo factory in America. You can even make your own! We got a one on one tour and the employee who helped us has been with the company for 15+ years. There's lots of information to see in the factory whether it's running or not during your visit. Have some fun and visit. Great for all ages!
Everyone always says to see the falls from the Canadian side. We visited in April of '21 during COVID and going to Canada wasn't possible. Don't let these comments persuade you. Visit the falls from the American side and still be wondered by now enormous it is. There is a park you can also visit on the American side that will get you even better views if you have the time. The park is very nice and when the weather is nice you can have a fantastic visit.
A historical landmark located on the side of a road with historical marker. Across the street is a limestone quarry. A small parking lot in front of the shovel will allow you to look on at a slight distance because the area is fenced. The Marion Steam Shovel is believed to have been used during the construction of the Panama Canal. For those who want to see a little bit of history and don't mind a drive into deep country you won't be disappointed.
This is a must see place to visit well off the beaten path. There is a small parking lot right onsite that you can hike from. Located in the middle of the forest are the remains of Madame Sherri's "castle" home. An information plaque onsite tells part of her amazing story and how she was connected to Hollywood and was a local eccentric character. What remains of her home has gone through many changes over the years but the location still remains stunning. A very simple hike to the property. Take a couple of hours and come visit.