We’ll start out with a training session on how to control and ride the Segway – don’t worry, it’s fun and not complicated to learn! Effortlessly gliding down sidewalks, across park grass and bridges, and along the waterfront, we’ll explore the lakeside town of Port Dalhousie. Port Dalhousie is a picturesque town historically famous for operating the first three 19th century routes of the Welland Canal and also for competitive rowing. We’ll visit several of the towns highlights and even make a stop at Lakeside Park, which features a beautiful beach and antique carousel before heading back to the starting point.
Segway i2 or X2 Training on how to ride and operate a Segway Time to practice before the tour starts
Helmet Poncho in case of rain
Guillaume is the owner of Niagara Segway and has been running operations since 2017. He is native to France and has a background in business, but moved to Canada in 2011 with his wife to explore new opportunities here. He loves sharing his knowledge and passion about the Niagara Region and its history with locals and tourists, and has done quite a bit of world travel himself. Niagara Segway has been in business since 2011 and very popular for tourists who have limited time in the Niagara Region, but want to see as much as possible. And because Segways are much faster than walking while still enjoying the outdoors, exploring the area by Segway (along with a guided history lesson) is the best way to take in the scenery!
Our tour starts at Jaycee Gardens, is an horticultural park which uses to be the route of the 3rd Welland Canal from 1887 to 1932. We then travel to Rennie Park to observe some scluptures celebrating the rich rowing history of the town. We ride along the shore of Lake Ontario to the Yacht Club, then come back visiting Lakeside Park with its popular beach and antique Carousel and also discovering some of the remaining of the Welland Canals.
Each participant must be 12 years old and over. Each guest must weigh between 100lbs (45kg) and 250lbs (115kg). Before the tour, each participant must sign a waiver, will receive a helmet & training