Canadian Bulletin

Canadian Bulletin

The Canadian Bulletin is dedicated to our Canadian neighbors. For directions to Darien Lake please visit our directions page. You may also download the NITTEC brochure and border map or visit NITTEC for traffic and traveler information.


Border Crossing Information

RAINBOW BRIDGE: (Niagara Falls, Ontario to Niagara Falls, NY) After customs, take the Rainbow Bridge to Quay Street. Turn right and enter the Robert Moses Parkway. Exit to the left towards the Grand Island Bridge (I-190 S). Take the first right and follow the directions to Darien Lake as they are listed below.

LEWISTON-QUEENSTON BRIDGE: (Queenston, Ontario to Lewiston, NY) From customs, bear to the left. Take I-90 South. Cross the Grand Island Bridge. Once off the south bridge, keep to the right and take I-290 East towards Albany. Continue on I-290 for approximately 7 miles merge left onto I-90 East towards Albany. Travel about 14 miles to exit 48A. Turn right after the tollbooth onto route 77 South. The theme park is located on the left, 6 miles south on route 77.

PEACE BRIDGE: (Fort Erie, Ontario to Buffalo, NY) After customs, follow signs to the I-190 South. Follow the I-90 South and merge onto the I-90 East towards Albany. Stay on the I-90 East until you come to exit 48A (Pembroke/Medina). Exit at 48A and pass through the tollbooth. Take a right onto route 77 South. The Theme Park is located on the left, 6 miles south.

Border Patrol inspects everyone who arrives at a U.S. port of entry. As part of your inspection, you may be asked questions on citizenship, trip plans and about anything you are bringing over the border. Plan your drive time accordingly, there may be long waits at customs, so make sure you leave in plenty of time to enjoy your vacation close to home!

Border Traffic Conditions

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Important Passport and Customs Info

Starting in June 2009, the US Department of Homeland Security now requires a passport or enhanced driver’s license for entry and re-entry into the United States and Canada.