Finally Everything You Could Possibly See and Do (And Then Some) In One Place 

There’s nothing worse than rocking up to a vacation without a clear sense of what you want to see and do. Chances are everyone wants to experience something different. Without a comprehensive list of outings you might easily spend hours going back and forth of what to do first! Imagine the endless Google searches, the family “debates” about who wants to do what and when. 

While we can’t promise you won’t disagree on which of the following activities to do, we can say that what follows is a virtual encyclopaedia of events that would take 10 trips to complete! So consider this our first welcome gift to visitors to one of Canada’s premier playgrounds.

Your First Stop Has To Be Stok’d Niagara

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Let’s not put the cart before the stoner. Before you even dream of ticking off our list of 50 Things To Do In Niagara Falls Canada, we humbly recommend you drop by our weed shop at 5736 Stanley Avenue. You’ll be welcomed by a 7-foot beaver, a campfire rolling station and the friendliest and most knowledgeable budtenders north of the 49th parallel. Whether you’re looking for a laid back, family friendly vacay or wild weekend of ballin’ out this might be the last article you need to read before you get here.

Did We Mention We Deliver?! 

Yeah we do. If you’re looking to stack activities and save on time, we can get your same-day weed order to your hotel, AirBnB or residence in under an hour! What? Yes, we said what we said. Whether you’re looking for pre-rolls, edibles, drinks, flower or concentrates hit us up for your same-day delivery here

You’ve Got Your Weed from Stok’d Niagara Now What? 

Ok you’ve picked up your order or had it dropped off, eaten a hearty breakfast and now you’re ready to explore Niagara Falls. It’s time to plan out your day(s) outings with ample stops to re-elevate (hint hint) and stay nice and lit for whatever you want to do next. Of course not everyone has the same experience goals. So depending on your vibe you may want to skip ahead to the section that speaks to you. Or you might want to mix and match things to keep a balanced flow. Either way, we invite you to dive into the Top 50 Things To Do In Niagara Falls Canada. Drop into whichever of the following sections tickles your fancy bone: Outdoor Activities, Family Friendly Excursions, Class It Up With Some Culture Eh, and Casinos, Festivals and Concerts Oh My!  

Outdoor Activities 

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This section is for the adventurous spirits. If getting moving with the chance of sweating or splashing through a change of quick dry clothes is your vibe, stay tuned. Bring your sunscreen, a refillable water bottle and a heck yes attitude because it’s time to play outside! 

Pairs Well With 

Depending on the activity and your tolerance level we can recommend a number of fire cannabis products to elevate your outdoor adventure. Of course you can always light up your favourite pre-roll or joint before you hit the water, trail or golf course. But if you want something a little more discreet, why not try an edible or cannabis drink? Here are some that our budtenders highly recommend. 

Staff Picks – Sweet Justice | OG Cola FREE | 10mg/ 1Spliff | Island Pink Pre-Roll | 7×0.5g/ Back Forty | S’Mores | 10mg

Total Solar Eclipse of Our Heart 

No this isn’t a Bonnie Tyler karaoke night, although that’s not a bad idea! No, this is to announce Niagara Falls has been listed as one of the best places to view the April 8 Total Solar Eclipse! 

Our friends at Niagara Falls Tourism have all the details: 

“A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to catch a total solar eclipse over a natural wonder is coming to Niagara Falls this Spring. The solar eclipse is expected to start at 2:04 pm and last for about two and a half hours. The sun will be fully eclipsed, meaning the moon will completely cover the sun, at approximately 3:18 pm – 3:23 pm EDT (Eastern Daylight Time). Niagara Falls, Ontario will be the best location in Canada to view the event.

Prime viewing points for the total solar eclipse are from: Niagara River Parkway, Table Rock Centre, Skylon Tower, Niagara SkyWheel.

A side bonus: The sunny-day rainbow that hovers above the falls will become pink.”

Hornblower Niagara Cruises Voyage To The Falls Boat Tour 

Get up close and personal with the falls on a Hornblower Niagara Cruises boat tour. You can’t get more Niagara than this. It’s an iconic attraction. It even comes with a souvenir pancho to keep you dry from the spray: “The 20-minute Voyage to the Falls boat tour, sailing from Niagara Falls, Canada, brings guests on the journey of a lifetime. Enjoy stunning views of the Niagara Gorge, American Falls, and Bridal Veil Falls, and come face-to-face with the famous Canadian Horseshoe Falls. Feel the thundering roar, awesome power, and amazing mist that come along with these natural wonders or, ride after sunset for a light-mist experience with the illumination of the Falls.” Click here to see the schedule and purchase tickets.

Niagara SkyWheel 

Take in the stunning views of the Niagara River from the Niagara SkyWheel, a 175-foot tall ferris wheel: “Are you ready for a unique sightseeing opportunity with breathtaking views of the Falls and beyond? Then head on down to Clifton Hill and take a ride on Canada’s largest observation wheel, the Clifton Hill SkyWheel. Towering 175 feet (53 metres) over the Niagara Falls horizon, the Clifton Hill SkyWheel is the most exciting way to see Niagara Falls. From this vantage point you will be treated to memorable views of the Horseshoe and American Falls, the Niagara River and other landmarks.” Tickets also include Movieland Wax Museum and more! They are available here. 

Zip line through the Niagara Gorge with WildPlay Niagara Falls

Open year round, this is the most unique way to experience Niagara Falls that doesn’t evolve a barrel and life insurance: “It doesn’t matter if you’re 7 or 97 – this magical experience is truly for everyone. For both the thrill-seekers and the hesitant, the Zipline to the Falls represents a hands-free, worry-free, and fully-guided experience like no other in the world!” WildPlay also has the World Pool Adventure Course. Strap in and get your tickets here

Whirlpool Jet Boat Tour

Embark on a thrilling whirlpool jet boat tour through the rapids of the Niagara River: Take a 45-minute ride on the Niagara River aboard our WET JET BOAT TOUR and experience the natural awe-inspiring scenery of the Niagara Gorge. For tickets and information click here. 

Hike or bike along the Niagara River Recreation Trail

The trail runs for 56 km (35 miles for our American friends) along the river from Fort Erie to Niagara-on-the-Lake. We can’t confirm or deny that Winston Churchill smoked anything but a cigar though he did describe this area as “the prettiest Sunday afternoon drive in the world.” Free admission but bring lots of water and snacks if you’re going to tackle the entire trail. 

Enjoy a picnic or play a game of frisbee in Queen Victoria Park

This is a great activity to get some outside chill time. You’ll be treated to a spectacular view of the Canadian and American Niagara Falls. If there’s a sport more stoner friendly than tossing a disc around in the sunshine we’ve yet to play it. Bring a blanket, some lunch, a few joints and a cannabis beverage and you’re set for the afternoon. Entrance is, of course, free. 

Go fishing for salmon or trout in the Niagara River

For the anglers and danglers the fish are usually jumping along the Niagara River. Catch and release is the best to stay onside rules and regulations, otherwise make sure you’re fishing in season. Here’s a recommendation for the spot with maximum action. 

Explore the natural beauty of Niagara Glen

A nature reserve with hiking trails and stunning views of the Niagara River: “Discover some of nature’s most beautiful and mysterious creations at the Niagara Glen. Located deep in the Niagara Gorge, stairways lead to four kilometres (2.5 miles) of rugged hiking paths that wind through this pristine pocket of Carolinian Forest, past prehistoric geological formations, wild flora and fauna.” Details and directions here.   

Take a scenic helicopter tour over Niagara Falls with Niagara Helicopters

Get to the choppa! It’s time for some adrenaline inducing action: “From the sensation of lift-off, to the excitement of soaring above the turbulent rapids and cascading waterfalls, your Niagara Helicopters ride is a unique and spectacular experience. Your all-scenic flight gives you a thrilling view of Niagara’s natural and man-made wonders.

Niagara Helicopters Limited has over 50 years of service, with experienced pilots and courteous ground crew to ensure your comfort and safety.” They also do weddings and wine country tours, info and tickets here. 

Go on a bird-watching tour in the Niagara River Corridor

Home to over 300 species of birds, there is no shortage of oohs and ahhs for the ornithophiles. If you’re a twitcher then you’ll want to pack your binoculars and get elevated for a great day of birding. Chirp chirp hooray! 

Take a stroll through the Niagara Parks Botanical Gardens

Featuring over 40 acres of beautifully landscaped gardens and greenhouses, can you say stoner’s paradise? You’ll be saying “man look at the colours” especially if you’ve picked up your weed from Stok’d before heading over. All the information is available here.

Explore the Niagara Escarpment

A UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve that spans over 725 kms/450 miles and is home to unique geological formations and rare plant and animal species. If you happen to spot the stonerus canadius approach with a smile and they will be happy to share their knowledge of the landscape or maybe other treats too 😉 

Enjoy a round of golf 

At one of Niagara Falls’ many golf courses such as the Whirlpool Golf Course or Legends on the Niagara. Despite Mark Twain’s assertion that golf is a great way to ruin a good walk, we have some of the top courses around. Click here to book tee times for multiple courses. Just remember to say FORE TWENTY.

Family Friendly Excursions 

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The kids are going to be sleepy on the way home from these family friendly days out. Of course moms and dads will have fun too. This section is for families large and small to get into the Niagara Falls spirit. Make sure you plan for extra selfie-time because you’ll want to save the memories for years to come. 

Pairs Well With

For this section we recommend gentle lift and light elevation. There’s nothing wrong with the adults feeling festive and probably not the day for infused pre-rolls. These days are what low THC and high CBD strains are made for. From edibles to drinks to discreet vape carts, here are some easy-does-it recommendations from our team. 

Staff Picks: Sherbinskis | Orange Sherbs Live Resin Disposable Pen | 0.5g/ PINNRZ | Purple Balance Pre-Rolls | 6×0.25g/ Pearls | Blue Razzleberry 3:1 CBG/THC | 5x2mg

Visit Niagara Falls Fun Zone 

Two entertainment complexes with mini-golf, laser tag, monster midway arcades, a laser maze and more. Check out this site to view the Clifton Hill and Fallsview locations to find out which spot your kids would prefer. If you’re a parent who gets a little stressed out by the lights, pack some CBD to keep you chilled out. 

Discover the fascinating world of butterflies at the Niagara Falls Butterfly Conservatory

Who doesn’t love butterflies (ou papillons pour nos amis de Québec)? A lowkey activity if you’re looking for a chill yet educational vibe: “Step inside one of the largest glass-enclosed butterfly conservatories in North America and discover a tropical garden oasis. The Niagara Parks Butterfly Conservatory features over 2,000 vibrantly coloured butterflies fluttering freely throughout winding pathways adorned with lush vegetation and trickling waterfalls. Your self-guided walking tour begins with a short, informative video presentation.” Tickets available by clicking here.

Moviewell Wax Museum Of The Stars 

If you think wax museums are corny then you’re not having enough at life. From Jurassic Park’s T-Rex to the Dark Knight to Forrest Gump, this activity is made for family laughs and memories. So put aside your cool guy vibes and have fun whispering “I am Batman” to your eye rolling children and/or spouse. Tickets are also available as part of the SkyWheel package, click here for information. 

Riply’s Believe it or Not! 

Quirky, kitschy all ages fun: “Seeing is believing at Ripley’s Believe It or Not!, where the unbelievable comes alive right before your eyes with hundreds of unusual artifacts and hands-on interactives. Adults and children alike will become immersed in oddities, incredible art, pop-culture memorabilia, interactive games, and stories of people and places from around the world!” Tickets here. 

Get hands-on with science at the Niagara Falls Adventure Pass

This family dynamo adventure includes admission to the Niagara Parks Butterfly Conservatory, Niagara’s Fury, and the Journey Behind the Falls and more. Find the bundle that’s right for you and the kids here. 

Spend a day at Fallsview Indoor Waterpark

A 125,000-square-foot water park with 16 water slides, a wave pool, and more: “16 Thrilling Waterslides, Directly connected to Falls Avenue Resort featuring three hotels and more!, Massive indoor wave pool, hot springs & outdoor sundeck with pool, Awarded the Travellers’ Choice Award for Amusement Parks & Water Parks in Canada on TripAdvisor for 6 consecutive years!” Click here for tickets and info.

Take a ride on the Niagara SkyWheel at night to see Niagara Falls illuminated by colourful lights

This attraction sells itself, tickets and information available here. 

Enjoy a round of miniature golf at Dinosaur Adventure Golf

Which features two 18-hole courses with animatronic dinosaurs (that means not real before you start sweating, Dad 😂): “Dinosaur Adventure Golf is the ultimate Niagara Falls mini-putt adventure! Play through this prehistoric world of enormous dinosaurs and lush vegetation for an exciting and unforgettable mini-putting experience.” For all the information you need, click here.

Go on a ghost tour of Niagara-on-the-Lake

A historic town known for its haunted sites and ghostly tales, Niagara-on-the-Lake has been called “Canada’s Most Haunted Town”. The Ghost Walk has been a popular attraction for tourists since 2004. Get all the scary details by clicking here.

Visit Bird Kingdom, the world’s largest free-flying indoor aviary

Before you start thinking Alfred Hitchcock, this is not a haunted house for birds but rather an educational and fun excursion for the whole family: “Meet friendly parrots and exotic animals at Bird Kingdom’s Animal Encounters. Explore the ruins of the Night Jungle that is home to many fascinating nocturnal creatures.” Details here. 

Spend an afternoon at Clifton Hill

A popular tourist destination with arcades, haunted houses, and more: “Clifton Hill is Niagara Falls top destination for attractions, restaurants, entertainment and more! Located just one block to the Horseshoe Falls along the Niagara river, the Street of Fun is a must-visit for families”. Tickets and attraction info are available by clicking here.

Class It Up With Some Culture Eh?

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Pinkies up folks, let’s get classy! Apart from being a great place to rock out with your plaid out, Niagara Falls is also known for our love of the arts, history, music and theatre. For those who are so inclined you can lose yourself for an afternoon of museums, history or even catch a play. Of course we can definitely recommend a few ways to enhance the experience with, well…weed lol. 

Pairs Well With 

If you’re interested in checking out a museum or three or some Shakespere here are a few ways you can do so with a little elevation. A nice edible or a cannabis drink can give you the right amount of lift without tipping over. Another option is always to blaze in a beautiful outdoor space with your favourite flower and friend. 

Staff Picks Bubble Kush | Root Beer | 10mg/   General Admission | Tiger Blood Indica 1:0 510 Thread Cartridge | 1g/   Dank Craft | Koko’s Cookies Pre-Roll | 3×0.5g/   TENZO | Ice Cream Sandwhiches | 3.5g

Visit Niagara Falls History Museum to learn about the region’s fascinating past

History buffs will have a choice of three museums that explore the past, brought to life in thrilling exhibits: “From the formation of the famous falls, to the Indigenous history and the ongoing stories of our community, the Museum provides you a sense of what makes this a truly unique city.” Info here.

Take a horse-drawn carriage ride through the Niagara-on-the-Lake historic district

Whoa there partner, time to bring the past to life in style: “Explore the rich history, majestic homes and peaceful scenery the way it was intended, by a horse drawn carriage. Tours are available from beside the Prince of Wales Hotel at the corner of King and Queen Streets.” This is hugely popular so you’ll want to make a reservation especially on the weekends. To do so or find out all the details, click here.

Take a guided food tour to sample some of the best culinary offerings in Niagara Falls

If cuisine is your cultural activity of choice then tuck in your napkin and let’s go: “The emerging culinary scene in Niagara Falls has evolved into one of the primary draws for the destination. Sip and savour your way through critically acclaimed locally inspired FeastON certified farm-to-table dining options, award-winning wines, craft brews and spirits to experience the best that Niagara Falls and the Niagara region has to offer.” There are simply too many restaurants to enjoy in one visit, so check out this delicious highlight reel.

Tour the Niagara Parks School of Horticulture

The school trains students in the art of horticulture and features beautiful gardens and greenhouses. Check out more information by clicking here. 

Take in a performance at the Shaw Festival Theatre

The theatre showcases the works of George Bernard Shaw and other playwrights. Before the casinos and the SkyWheel Niagara Falls region was known for its theatrical excellence. Here’s what they have in store for their 61st (😯)  season: “Momma Rose and Gypsy Rose Lee. A séance with Madame Arcati. A teenage jazz prodigy. The return of C.S. Lewis’ Narnia. Plus a newly discovered mystery by Edith Wharton, a comedy by Tom Stoppard and outdoor plays, concerts & events”. Tickets and details are available here. 

The visual arts are really something to experience in an enhanced state. Either way though, the Niagara Falls Art Gallery showcases some incredible works that are not to be missed. But rather than us talking about it, check out their Instagram page for inspiration and to see what exhibits are available. For all details on entrance and hours of operation click here

Explore the history of the War of 1812 at Old Fort Erie

Nothing gets polite Canadians’ patriotic pride stirring then when we talk about the War of 1812. Whatever side of the border you might come from, this fully restored 19-th century fort will take you back to a time when armies wore brightly coloured clothes and charged at each other with muskets a blaze. Check out this link to learn about historical reenactments of the British kicking some Yankee butt. Sorry not sorry American friends 😅 

Visit the Laura Secord Homestead

Before she was a Canadian ice cream icon, Laura Secord was a Canadian heroine who famously warned British troops of an impending American attack during the War of 1812. If you grew up in Canada during the 1990s you know the famous line “take me to Fitzgibbon”. Despite being ransacked by invading American troops, Laura’s former house is restored and full of historical relics and delicious treats. Ask your Canadian friends to explain the ice cream. More details available here.

Take a stroll through the Niagara-on-the-Lake historic district

Filled with charming boutiques, restaurants, and historic buildings, the heritage district of Niagara-on-the-Lake is great for a promenade. How fun would it be to get a little lit and go for a stroll through time? All the deets are available here. 

Visit the McFarland House

A historic home that dates back to the early 19th century, this outing will leave you feeling a little classier than a trip to Tim Horton’s. You know, if you like that sort of thing: “For more than two centuries, McFarland House has stood as a monument to the impeccable demeanour, good taste and gracious living that epitomizes Niagara-on-the-Lake. Built at the turn of the 19th century by Scotsman John McFarland, the home was used as a military hospital during the War of 1812 by both the Americans and the British. Today, costumed interpreters provide guided tours of this historic home with several special events hosted throughout the year.” Details here. 

Explore the history of the Underground Railroad at the Nathaniel Dett BME Chapel 

This historic church was once a stop on the Underground Railroad. The courage and bravery of runaway slaves and the people who helped on their journey are well established. This BME church was also the spiritual home to one of Canada’s first Black communities and was recognized by the Government of Canada as a historic site in 1986. More information available by clicking here. 

Take a tour of the Fort George National Historic Site

Did we mention Canadians are a little obsessed with repelling the American invasion in the War of 1812? Well this is another fully restored fort that played a key role in the war. It’s got cannons, muskets, redcoats and a lot of other cool stuff to remind visitors how we made the Americans go home and think again. Here’s all the information you need to visit and experience this incredible historical site.

Discover the history of the Niagara Falls suspension bridge

For the gearheads you’ll be blown away by the world’s first railway suspension bridge, built in 1855.  

Learn about the history of the Niagara Falls Fire Department at the Niagara Falls Firehall Museum

Located in nearby Niagara-on-the-Lake, this is a must for history buffs or firefighter enthusiasts. No word on if it contains old timey firemen calendars, you’ll have to go to check for yourself 😉. 

Explore the history of the Niagara Parks Commission

Responsible for preserving and maintaining Niagara Falls since 1885, the Parks Commission is responsible for a lot of the recommendations we’ve shared in this post. They deserve a spot on the history nerd’s research for sure. 

Visit the Niagara Falls Illumination Tower

The tower controls the colourful lights that illuminates Niagara Falls at night, not to be missed: “Special lights are housed in the Illumination Tower, next to Queen Victoria Place; on the roof of Table Rock Centre, at the brink of the Horseshoe Falls; and deep in the Niagara Gorge, across from the American Falls. Together, these lights work to create a breathtaking view”. Beginning every summer evening at dusk, all the information you’ll need is here. 

Explore the Niagara Falls Underground Railroad Heritage Centre

The Heritage Centre tells the story of the Underground Railroad in Niagara Falls and the people who sought freedom there. Yet their purpose isn’t just about the past: “[Our mission is to] reveal authentic stories of Underground Railroad freedom seekers and abolitionists in Niagara Falls that inspire visitors to recognize modern injustices that stem from slavery and take action toward an equitable society.” If you can only visit one historical site, visit this one. Information is available by clicking here.

Concerts, Festivals and Casinos Oh My!

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Ok you wild ones, you festival goers, you wander lusters. This section is for you. Depending on the time of year you visit Niagara Falls there’s ample opportunities to sprinkle in some time at a casino, a music festival or a day of retail therapy. Whether as part of a bachelor/ette weekend or a trip with friends, here are the activities that you’ll want to check out. 

Pairs Well With

While you may want to stay one toke under the line if you’re heading for one of the casinos, try a bowl or two of hash. Hash, in moderation you silly Canada goose, can provide a nice buzz and keep you focused at the table. Of course you might also want to crank up the thc and let loose if you’re in town for a wild weekend. If that’s you we can’t recommend enough the infused pre-roll category. These little firecrackers will send you higher than the Niagara SkyWheel, perfect for a “I love you, man” evening with the homies. 

Staff Picks HASHCO | Gold Seal Hash | 2g/   Shatterizer | 8 Ball Kush Shatter Double Infused Pre-roll | 1x1gGeneral Admission | Distillate Infused Pre-Roll Taster Pack | 3×0.5g 

Embark on a wine tour to sample some of the region’s world-class wines 

This region has been famous for its wine almost as long as it’s been famous for Niagara Falls. There are many tours with various levels of debauchery, check out what our friends at Tripadvisor recommend here. Bottoms up! 

Test your luck at one of Niagara Falls’ many casinos

Whether you’re playing baccarat at Fallsview Casino Resort or going all-in at the poker room in Casino Niagara, there are no end of gaming options in Niagara Falls. May the odds be ever in your favour. 

Take a day trip to nearby Niagara-on-the-Lake

A charming town known for its wineries, shops, and restaurants. If you’re looking for a beautiful backdrop for some spirited and elevated daytime shenanigans we highly recommend this excursion. 

Attend the Niagara Jazz Festival

The 10th annual celebration of jazz music featuring local and international artists is a favourite for locals and tourists alike. While the actual festival runs between July 15 – July 23, there are also shows all year round. See all the details on their website and make sure to check this out if you’re a music lover. 

Attend the Niagara Grape & Wine Festival

We told you this region is famous for its wine and we weren’t kidding around. The Niagara Wine Grape & Wine Festival is an annual celebration of the region’s world-class wines. Kick off events take place in June and run throughout the summer. All the details are available here. Pinkies up! 

Niagara County Peach Festival 

If a country fair vibe complete with a Peach Queen Contest, food vendors and amusement park rides don’t sell you, perhaps the 7 tons of peach shortcake served every year will 😍. Taking place in early September, come and eat your weight in peach inspired treats or simply enjoy the atmosphere. Details here. 

Go shopping at the Outlet Collection at Niagara

After all these activities you might need some retail therapy. If so check out the Outlet Collection at Niagara. This shopper’s delight features over 100 stores and services. Did we have you at outlet shopping? If so, get all the details here. 

Take flight over the Niagara region for a bird’s-eye view of Niagara Falls and surrounding countryside

After all is said and done, a tour over the region by air is really the best way to see everything. There are a few operators to choose from, here’s one to get your search started

Attend the Winter Festival of Lights

Not just a summer destination, Niagara Falls has a lot to offer visitors all year long. The Winter Festival of Lights is a 40 year annual event that illuminates Niagara Falls with millions of sparkling lights from November to January. Here’s all the information you need to know. 

We Promised You Enough Outings For 10 Vacations 

Wow! If you’ve made it this far then you’ve got enough recommendations for months of unforgettable fun in Niagara. We know that you may not do all these thrilling, educational, fun, relaxing and beautiful excursions and outings. Yet we also know that you now have a solid list of options that will have you wanting to come back to the iconic city of Niagara Falls again and again. 

Make Your Last Stop Our Shop 

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Before you head out of town to return to Hamilton, upstate New York, Toronto, Southwestern Ontario or even further afield get your behind to our shop. It’s a tourist attraction in its own right, a 7 foot beaver is as Canadian as it gets. But you can also stock up on incredible cannabis products and some sweet merch to remember your stay. Our rolling trays are consistently one of our most popular and functional souvenirs that will keep you lit until the next time you come back.

See you soon stoner!