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Be a Part of the Buffalo Waterfront Resurgence!

You’ve no doubt read about it in the papers and likely heard about it from friends and family.  The excitement is growing and there has never been a better time to enjoy all of the activities and attractions that the Buffalo waterfront has to offer.  Here are just a few of the highlights:

Waterfront Restaurants – After a day of being on the water or maybe after just enjoying a casual cruise, there are plenty of restaurant destinations available. With more than a dozen popular locations serving all types of tastes, your most difficult decision might be deciding on which one to pick from!  Follow the link below for a list of popular spots along with an interactive map to guide you to your preferred destination: ​Buffalo - Niagara Waterfront Restaurants.

Canalside – By many well published articles, Canalside appears to be the epicenter of the Buffalo waterfront revitalization.  Boaters have a unique opportunity to visit Canalside via the Niagara River or directly from Lake Erie. The Canalside harbor currently has the ability to accommodate many boaters with transient dockage available to visitors. With hundreds of events scheduled throughout the year, Canalside is sure to be a frequent destination. 

For an updated list of events visit: Canalside Buffalo.

Fishing - Getting time to relax and enjoy some of the country's best freshwater fishing, might be one of your family's most enjoyable memories from your days on the water.  The Buffalo / Niagara region is a very popular destination for many experienced fishermen.  In fact, Lake Erie has frequently been called the home of the best smallmouth bass fishing in the world.  In addition, the upper Niagara River has abundant supply of smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, northern pike, musky, and yellow perch, just to name a few.  Be sure to check out the link below for up to date fishing reports of Lake Erie and the Upper Niagara River.  Check the Weekly Fishing Report.