Enjoying the great outdoors is essential when coming to Grand Island. Kayaking on the waters of the Niagara River is one way you can escape from everyday life. Launch them directly from our beachfront and enjoy all of the wildlife you will encounter along the way. If you are a boater, we have a unique opportunity for you. With almost 100 feet of dock space available, our guests are given free access to mooring their boats with up to a 36” drafts at our B&B. This makes the South Bridge Bed and Breakfast a wonderful place to stay for more than a night or a weekend. With direct access to the Erie Canal to the East and Lake Erie to the West guests can bring their boats from almost anywhere in the world.
At Tough Duty Sport Fishing we are focused on providing charter fishing services with the highest levels of customer satisfaction and we will do everything we can to meet your expectations. Most of our charters are smaller groups but we can arrange multi-boat trips. We're sure you'll be happy working with us. www.toughdutysportfishing.com
If bicycles are your thing we have a few you can borrow, or bring your own to enjoy the 23 mile circle ride around the island that will take you from the sight of Buffalo, NY in the South to mist rising from Niagara falls in the North, to long vistas of our Canadian neighbors to the West, and the gateway to The Erie Canal in Tonawanda, NY to the East. Along the way you can visit Beaver Island State Park at the extreme southern tip of the Island where a public golf course and beach and picnic areas are available. At the Northern tip of the Island is Buckhorn State Park where there are more chances to see wildlife and view migrating waterfowl.
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Lloyd Wright's Darwin Martin House is a masterpiece of 20th century architecture. http://www.darwinmartinhouse.org
Founded in 1875 and is America's third oldest zoo The Buffalo Zoo welcomes approximately 400,000 visitors yearly and is the second largest tourist attraction in Western New York; second only to Niagara Falls. The zoo exhibits a diverse collection of wild and exotic animals, and more than 320 different species of plants. The zoo is open year-round. http://www.buffalozoo.org
Discover the majesty, and beauty of Niagara Falls at New York State’s oldest State Park. http://www.niagarafallsstatepark.com/
A vibrant museum in the heart of Buffalo's cultural district actively collecting and exhibiting art since 1862. Experience something new every time. https://www.albrightknox.org/
The only museum dedicated to the art and artists of Western New York and the vision of Charles E. Burchfield. https://www.burchfieldpenney.org/
Natural science museum with permanent, traveling and hands-on exhibits from anthropology, botany, geology, entomology, and zoology. http://www.sciencebuff.org/
Buffalo’s home for touring Broadway and a national historic site. http://www.sheas.org/
Wine region in Western New York located along Niagara Escarpment and Lake Ontario. Minutes from Niagara Falls, and a short drive from Buffalo and Rochester. https://niagarawinetrail.org/
Experience the incredible power and beauty of Niagara Falls at Ontario's Niagara Parks. https://www.niagarafalls.ca/
A well-preserved 19th-century village, it is the heart of Ontario’s wine region. Only a few minutes from Niagara Falls. http://www.notl.org/
The space itself is very upscale and comfortable. You get the impression a lot of thought and hard work has been put into this B&B. Comfortable bed and a well-designed bathroom, which I always appreciate. The atmosphere is very calm and peaceful. Alan offers a generous amount of complimentary wine, beer, etc. Delicious morning breakfast with tons of food options. The location is right off the river and very scenic. I'd never been to Grand Island before, and it's a clean little laid back community, almost like Canada. Plenty of parking. Lots of paved walking & biking trails. Would definitely stay here again!