Photo Review Niagara Falls (from the Canadian side)
The Niagara Falls were on my to-do list for a long time. The Niagara Falls come with a huge vertical drop and an enormous flow of water. They are primarily used for electricity generation. However there is a program in place to conserver a high water rate during tourist hours.
The Niagara Falls are located right at (they do from) the US/ Canadian border. I visited from the Canadian side and drove there from Toronto. It's just about 90 minutes of driving along the Lake Ontario.
The Canadian side comes with fee free entrance to the falls but charges CAD 15 for most parking lots near the falls.
Keep in mind that it can be very windy and the water spray can make it feel much colder than it would be in Toronto that same day. I lucked out with a sunny and not windy late fall day and had a great time.
Plan around 2-3 hours to really take in the falls and many angles. There is less to see (unless you want to cross the border_ than what you get presented with at the Victoria Falls or Iguazu Falls.
Unfortunately drones and drone based cameras are not permitted at the Niagara Falls.