Isle View is a popular destination for anglers year round. A visit to the 1.2 mile-long park along the Niagara River on any given day will find this park filled with activity from rollerblading to boat launching and waterskiing. This is a great destination for both sun worshippers and bicyclists at both ends of the park. A pedestrian bridge connects Niawanda Park to Isle View Park. A portion of the Riverwalk passes through both parks. We also have a very special children's memorial for Oklahoma City.
Lilacs, raspberries, cottontails, blue spruce, maples
Rabbits, deer, squirrels
Songbirds, waterfowl, geese, shorebirds
Pan fish, catfish, walleyes, northern pike, bass, perch, musky
As a park with natural aquatic features, aquatic alerts of various types may have been issued. Be sure to check these sites below!
- For more information about preventing the spread of Aquatic Invasive Species: www.dec.ny.gov/animals/48221.html
- For more information on Harmful Algal Blooms (HABs) visit: https://www.dec.ny.gov/chemical/83310.html
- To learn more about Fish Consumption Advisories for Western New York, visit https://www.health.ny.gov/environmental/outdoors/fish/health_advisories/regional/western.htm
There is a gazebo available to rent by calling (716) 858-8355, or submitting an electronic request.
Boat launching ramps, fishing, and bird watching. You can also utilize the paved path, which is part of the Riverwalk trail. There are four (4) boat and Jet Ski launching ramps at Isle View. The boat launches are free to use for boating enthusiasts.
There is also the Tribute Garden honoring lives affected by domestic violence.
There is no swimming in the Niagara River. Dogs are required to be curbed and leashed at all times. Docking is available at your own risk.