The Niagara Lacrosse Invitational boasts a location unlike any other lacrosse tournament and festival. Hosted at Old Fort Niagara State Park, which sits on a peninsula where the mighty Niagara River and Lake Ontario meet, all ages, first grade through post-grad divisions, are welcome to participate. On a clear day you can see the Toronto skyline and Niagara on the Lake, Ontario as you look across the breathtaking water views. The State Park offers a large pool and water slide complex, boat launches, picnic pavilions, and tours of the historic Fort Niagara. All that is on-site and there is a ton to do within minutes of the park in Niagara Falls as well.
17 FIELDS AT ONE LOCATION MAKES FOR A GREAT EXPERIENCE FOR YOUR ENTIRE CLUB
The Niagara Lacrosse Invitational is perfectly situated in an area where summertime brings out the best in the Niagara, USA and Canada region. That, coupled with terrific competition, exposure to college coaches, and a history of excellent lacrosse makes the Niagara Lacrosse Invitational a summertime ‘laxcation’ destination.
The Buffalo-Niagara Falls region is incredibly accessible. The Buffalo Niagara International Airport features 110 daily non-stop flights with service to 18 cities and it’s the 8th most affordable airport in the country to fly through.
Last Minute: Please check the website and join our social media pages for any last minute notices we have to announce. In particular weather issues.
Game Times: games will all start and end at the same time. Please do not hold up teams by being unprepared or late.
Vendors: there will be a couple food vendors serving up some amazing food this year, not just the traditional stuff! Be certain to stop in and say hello and check out the new equipment.
Facebook: join the tournament Facebook page to get updates on tournament prior and after the event.
We encourage everyone to plan ahead to and contact one of the Visitors Bureaus below to ensure you get the most out of your trip.
Starting planning your trip, there is so much to do off the field. Click Here for more information there are many customer service representatives eager help and we will have one onsite at the HQ as well.
Enjoy all the on-site attractions so bring your boat, bike, bathing suit, and more! There is so much to do off the field at the nearby attractions in Niagara Falls (USA and Canada), Youngstown, Buffalo and more! Within a short drive of the fields there is Niagara Falls, boat rides, beaches, museums, amusement parks, casinos, water parks, wineries, Niagara on the Lake (Ontario), camp grounds, Outlet Malls and much, much more.
Two boat launches providing access to the Lower Niagara River and Lake Ontario, historic fort, woodland hiking trails, swimming pools, waterslide, a view of Lake Ontario, picnic grounds and more! Please Note: there is a small parking fee charged by th NYS Parks Department
Traffic and Parking: there are 2 ways into the park, and they can get quite congested when everyone is trying to get in at the same time. Please plan to arrive early, give yourself plenty of time. Remember there is a fee (usually $7) to enter the State Park so have some cash ready.
Drive Times to the Fields:
Less than 15 minutes from hotels in Niagara Falls, Canada, and more!
Less than 30 minutes from Buffalo, NY
Less than 90 minutes from Toronto, ON
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