The many vineyards and farms located throughout Niagara USA provide remarkable experiences in agriculture. Visitors can pick vegetables and fruits throughout the region, or feed livestock at some of Niagara’s most beautiful farms. Niagara USA allows you to experience local and regional produce, wine, and hand-crafted gifts as you enjoy the tranquil scenery along the Niagara Wine Trail.
Agriculture is the largest economic producer in Niagara USA, but our farms aren’t your typical fruit stands. Visit one of the regions many farmer's markets or over a dozen wineries make up the Niagara Wine Trail and Becker Farms holds events for adults and kids year-round.
Becker Farms has developed a unique dining experience, 100 Mile Radius Meals. These five course meals provide farm to table dishes paired with their wines and beer. All food is made from the farms harvest or produced within 100 miles of Becker Farms. The farm also features the Pumpkin Fiesta that takes place each weekend in October.
The Niagara Wine Trail boasts over a dozen wineries along the Niagara Escarpment, each bringing a unique flare to their vineyards and wines. Several events are scheduled throughout the year.
The Niagara Wine Trail USA is made up of over a dozen wineries that are open year-round and host many special events. Educational tours of some facilities are available for people of all ages. Adults can enjoy all of the beauty the wine trail has to offer with the Vino Visa Passport.
There are nearly 80 farms that you can visit throughout Niagara County, many are family owned and operated. Visitors can enjoy petting zoos, pony rides, u-pick farms and educational activities. Pick your own berries, cherries and peaches in the summer or pumpkins, pears and assorted vegetables at several local farms. Local Farm and Agriculture Guide.
Be sure to visit one of the 100 produce stands located throughout the county and try a variety of the best apples in New York State. For an assortment of Niagara County products, visit one of the three city markets located in Niagara Falls, Lockport and North Tonawanda.
Fall foliage is at its peak in October, typically around the third week. Travel throughout Niagara USA for a spectacular display of vibrant fall colors.The Niagara Gorge offers a beautiful view of the Niagara River and the stunning colors of the trees.