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How do I get to the Outer Harbor?
Buffalo’s Outer Harbor can be easily accessed from Ohio Street, the Buffalo Skyway/Route 5, and the Queen City Bike Ferry. For GPS Navigation, use the address “225 Fuhrmann Blvd. Buffalo, NY 14203″
Where do I park?
There is plenty of free parking all along Wilkeson Pointe and the Outer Harbor Event Space along Fuhrmann Blvd. Wilkeson Pointe also has a small parking lot with Wheelchair Accessible parking spaces. On busy days, the Outer Harbor Event Space, 325 Fuhrmann Blvd, is the best place for free parking!
Is Wilkeson Pointe Wheelchair Accessible?
Yes! Wilkeson Pointe has Wheelchair Accessible parking spaces available on site. There is also a paved trail that circles around the entire park!
When is Wilkeson Pointe open?
Wilkeson Pointe is open to the public dawn-sunset, 7 days a week. For more information on Beer Garden and Bike and Kayak Rentals visit:
Can I hold a private party?
Yes! But first, please contact us a firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Are there public restrooms?
Public restrooms are available next to The Pointe Beer Garden (summertime only) and at the street entrance to Wilkeson Pointe.
Where can I eat?
Check out the Consumer’s Beverages Beer Garden
Can I bring my dog to the Outer Harbor?
Well-behaved dogs are always welcome at Wilkeson Pointe as long as they are on a leash and properly cleaned up after. Bag stations are available on-site.
I want to hold an event at the Outer Harbor, who should I contact?
Please fill out our Contact Us Form!
Wilkeson Pointe invites you to:
Visit from Sunrise to Sunset
Enjoy the gardens without entering flowerbeds or picking flowers
Bicycle, rollerbade, or skateboard at low speeds without jeopardizing the safety of other patrons
Launch non-motorized watercraft (less than 8 feet long) at designated areas
To fish at designated areas within the site
Site guidelines prohibit:
Entering the park after sunset
Use of motorized vehicles on pathways, lawns, or outside of designated parking areas
Smoking, drug use, and carrying/discharge of firearms
Alcohol use outside of the designated areas as well as bringing in any alcohol not purchased from the Consumer’s Beverages Beer Garden
Disruption to plant and wildlife
Barbecuing, cooking, commercial activity, performances, and erecting of tents, except by special permit
Defying actions from management and staff