Though our summers might not extend as long as we would like, they still provide ample opportunity for those who enjoy sailing or boating. Lake Erie and the Niagara River are a boater's paradise. From sailing regattas to weekend outings with friends, you'll find people enjoying the water.
Directions: Various points along the waterfront on Route 5 or along the Niagara River you'll find boat launches.
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Ok, we got that out before you could say it. The Buffalo Bills of the NFL provide the fans with all the excitement and disappoint they can handle. The Bills play their home games in Ralph Wilson Stadium, located in Orchard Park, a suburb of Buffalo.
Tickets aren't always easy to come by, as Buffalo loves its Bills.
Website: http://www.buffalobills.com/Related to:
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The AAA Buffalo Bisons provide the city with summertime baseball action. Currently the farm team of the Cleveland Indians, the Bisons are an entertaining way to spend a sunny summer day. Dunn Tire Park is home to the Bisons and is located in downtown Buffalo.
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You cannot visit Buffalo in the fall without planning to see a Buffalo Bills game.
You can't beat a professional football game for fun and excitement.
see the website below for this year's schedule of home games.
Ralph Wilson Stadium has accomodation for over 80000 fans; it has restroom and food vendors well-placed on each of its three main levels. Besides the game itself, there are pre-game and half-time entertainment.
see the website below for latest ticket prices and locations of official ticket sellers.
Address: Ralph Wilson Sadium on Abbott Road
Directions: see the website for best directions
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If you can catch an NHL game while in Buffalo you'll be heading to the great HSBC Marine Midland Arena. It's easy to get to and has tones of pay parking around it.
The arena inside is well built and clean. The view once inside the rink is fantastic and you'll have a great view of the game.
Tickets are relatively inexpensive and should be avaialble almost any time, except when the Toronto Maple Leafs are in town since all the fans in Toronto come down to see the game (ticket prices in Toronto are stupidly insanely high so since we can't see the Leafs in town, we go elsewhere to see them!)
Address: One Seymour H. Knox III Plaza
Directions: Phone:(716) 855-4100Add to your Trip Planner