This large campground is located on Lundy’s Lane in Niagara Falls, ON. There are two major other campgrounds nearby. The stop for the town bus that runs down Lundy’s Lane to the Falls is practically on the property. There is very limited parking near the Falls, so the bus is really the best option to get there, and it is very convenient to the campground. While the campground does have some seasonal folks, it is really set up for temporary visitors coming to see the Falls. The staff was extremely helpful. Our campsite was gravel, level and full-service. The Wifi speed was better earlier in the evening and degraded later. Price reflects Good Sam discount and $Canadian. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed 4 nights making a reservation at the last minute. Check-in was prompt and the staff pleasant. The pool and kids activities are located adjacent to the entrance, so we dealt with lots of kids, including those on bikes, while we approached the entrance barrier. Once inside our first impression dropped when we saw the poor condition of the roads. They may have been paved at one time, but are not maintained. Large potholes are everywhere. The initial shaded area is full of older static units. Our site was at the far end, it sloped front to back and was gravel. Services were well located and good quality. Sites were a reasonable distance apart, with grass between the sites. Our area had a small tire track in which you could easily break an ankle at night. WiFi - worst we have ever seen in a campground. Signal strength is good. but bandwidth is almost zero. From 05:00 to about 07:00 is was useable, but slow. After 07:00 it was unusable for the remainder of the day. Couldn't even download 500KB of email. Even with a few trees around we were able to pick up the Shaw sats. No dog area or fenced run. Will not return - low budget, poorly maintained facility with rich pricing. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We camped here as part of a rally. Although the management worked hard to make all of the group happy, I have the following comments about the campground: 1. Our spot was not level and was difficult to enter due to electrical boxes. The sewer connection required 3 hoses to reach. 2. The public buildings were old and in need of repair. They were definitely not wheelchair accessible. 3. The campground had excellent access to public transportation to downtown and the falls. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great park. Nice pool. Lots of stuff for the kids and adults. Band on Friday nights, kids karaoke, ice Cream, breakfast, and nice staff. Laundry was OK. One machine didn't work and one was full of sand, but still plenty of machines. WiFi supposed to work throughout the park, but I had to park in front of the office. Priced a little high, but it's Niagara Falls. Real estate probably isn't cheap. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The sites were level and big. The staff was young, but very helpful. The campground worked with a local tour company; they picked us up at camp store and dropped us off. If you needed to go anywhere the staff had printed directions for common areas. I would stay here again. Very nice campground and staff. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
To start, you pull into a non-level dirt site. You figure out that you have to turn the vehicle around because you are sharing the hook-up post with FOUR sites. You get hooked up, sewage on wrong side since you pulled in forward. Now you try the internet. Great strong signal, then after 10 minutes of just checking e-mail the speed goes from 52 mbps to 11 and everything stops. Don't even think about Facebook, let alone a YouTube video. This happened every day we were here! So you say lets try the putt -putt golf. you shell out the $4 for 9 holes and the course is great with a fountain in show room condition, and you can't help but wonder, where was the person who did this when it came to the sites and the lame hook-ups. The next morning you go to take a shower in the huge bathroom (5 urinals, 9 stalls, 5 showers, 10 sinks and no towel dispenser with ONE 20 yr old dryer). You've noticed the bathrooms are clean and the people spend at least an hour a day cleaning them, so you are surprised by the hair on the floor and windowsill and the spiders and bugs in the shower. You decide that as much as you don't care for the chain parks, next time you may stay down the street at one of the other 2 parks, especially for this price. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
This is a great campground! Very clean and the staff is friendly and helpful. The shuttle bus stops there frequently and is very easy to use. We highly recommend it. The pool and splash pad are nice. The miniature golf looks new and is great! The store is small but has the basics. We did not notice any road noise, but our site was not right by the road. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were here before the busy season starts, but on a three-day Canadian holiday weekend. The park is pretty with lots of grass and trees. There seem to be lots of activities for kids and plenty of space for campers. There are lots of RV's left here permanently. Because of the excessive rain, there is some mud, but overall the sites are all nice and large. The office staff was terrific. We compared other parks in the area and this was the best price. We had excellent cable TV and good WiFi. We would recommend this park to anyone visiting Niagara Falls. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We spent 3 nights here while seeing the sights of Niagara Falls from the Ontario side. It's a good park in that it has everything you could think of including a restaurant and a separate ice cream bar out by the pool and water splash area. The staff was helpful and tried to keep the restrooms clean, but there was a crush of people using them so they barely kept ahead of the mess. The main downfall we saw was the road noise from Lundy Lane traffic since our site backed up to the road. The air conditioner helped drown out that noise for us at night. The shuttle bus service was punctual and it stopped right in front of the office area. We used the bus service for visiting the Falls as parking is quite expensive. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice park. They gave us two sites for our 42 RV. Not much in the store, and the park was a little dull for my teenagers, but we enjoyed it. Close to the attractions and the bus is convenient. We would go back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We arrived late at this campground after a day at the falls. There are a number of campgrounds located in this area. All expensive. I found this particular campground to be very expensive for what I was getting. The road noise was terrible, all night, all morning. The builders started hammering and sawing at 7:00am in the morning. There was no access to the internet and for what we were paying it would have been nice to at least receive one service. I don't think this is a campground worth $48 on a weeknight - especially when you could stay in a hotel at Niagara for $30 with breakfast included. There are hotels right next door to this campground for that amount and next time I will skip Campark's over commercialized campground for the nice hotel. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice campground. The owners are very helpful and nice. We stayed here in the winter with snow all around so we didn't use the water. Don't know if sites are level because the snow was everywhere. Wi-Fi is free, worked the first day, second day not. We would definitely come here again. Maybe with better conditions. Good place to take a visit to the Falls. The showers and the toilets could be better. It looked a bit unfinished. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Restrooms so-so. Park overall upkeep and presentation was so-so also. Sites are gravel strip with grass area - was wet w/ lots of leaves arond so bit messy. Wifi - had to shift my orig site close to washrooms. Staff - OKish. Disappointed as hot tub, etc. not going..Woodall stated this was open all year - so we expected this would be open..it was'nt - felt false advertising. Overall = very average. Would look elsewhere next time. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here long term. For the price it was reasonable. Close to shopping and other things. Area not the best with he strip clubs but we never experienced anything negative. Staff aim to please. Washrooms and showers were so so. This year they spent a ton of money on a miniature golf course that could have been better spent on modernizing washrooms or other facilities. We plan on staying here again. Monthly rate reasonable. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed at this campground for it's proximity to the Niagara Falls attractions. We would not stay here again. Almost immediately leaving the campground you are surrounded by Massage Parlours, Gentleman's Clubs and roadside motels offering daily rates. This may not be offensive to everyone but when you are trying to get to the nice attractions of town and have children travelling with you it is a bit of an annoyance. The campground was so- so in cleanliness. If you are anywhere other than the sites surrounding the "barn"(entertainment area) that smells like an old barn WiFi is not available, although it's advertised. The area of the park we were in was newer, sites were a decent size, although no privacy. It was the parking lot experience on the wrong side of the tracks literally. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Many large pull-through sites without shade and no Wi-Fi available unless you walk up to the office or close to it. Only about 50 nice sites available for short timers with remainder being used for homesteaders. Very close to all activities with all day shuttle service for 6.00 to the Falls. Would stay here again but a little pricey but you have to expect that for a tourist area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
If you plan on visiting Niagara Falls with or without a family, this is an excellent campground. Located 3 miles from the falls, there is a shuttle bus stop at the campground that will transport you to the entire falls area. There are also many stores and restaurants a few blocks away. Staff is very helpful, our plans changed last minute and I was able to get on our site 5 hours prior to check in. Large pull thru site with great water pressure and solid 50 amp service. They advertise cable and phone, but its only on the seasonal sites. There is free wireless internet at the store and rec. area. Campground was very quiet even with many kids, its quite large and spacious. Lots of activities for kids, nice pool and rec. area. I will definitely camp here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
WiFi did not work, sewer connection was so far out of the ground that I had difficulty making solid connection. One huge thing in their favor, totally unexpected, I suffered a kidney stone attack and we had to leave early. Knowing that most campgrounds would refuse a partial refund, these kind people did, and for this reason, I will return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We don't stay in a campground for entertainment, but stay for a day or more to see the local area. With that said. Like others, we found that this campground has lots of long term sites. We stayed in the pull through area and found; The WiFi is not available nor is cable TV or telephone. The site area is not maintained with water so it was dry and dusty. There is highway traffic on one side and a railroad on the other. Neither bothered us to any degree. The road into the pull through area is narrow and some of the street signs are missing or turned the wrong direction. There are no street lights so if you come back from an evening of touring it is hard to navigate. The key entry gate was open and broken when we got there and broken when we left. If you plan on doing laundry bring Canadian quarters. They do not refund or credit days if you leave early. That is not good customer relations. We would not stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Not a bad park, but noisy...it's on Lundy's Lane highway and traffic in constant all day, but not bad after midnight. There is a train at the back of the park, but wasn't that bad, as we ran the A/C during the night. All parks on Lundy's Lane suffer from these two problems, not just this park. The bathrooms were clean, the pool/hot tub was nice, and the park is convenient to the Falls area. The staff was nice and helpful. A large part of the park is seasonals, but the section we were in had a good "feel" to it. If we ever go back, I will probably try another park though. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a nice park and very convenient. The shuttle stops right at the campground and takes you into the Falls tourist area for $6 all day pass. A nice, clean pool and hot tub were available, and not crowded. There was a small game room and playground for the kids. The sites were roomy, although there were a lot of weeds at our site that we wished someone would have cut back. One other drawback is that the park is between a railroad and Lundy's Lane, which has a lot of traffic, so it wasn't the most quiet of campgrounds. We'd stay here again since we wouldn't be spending the bulk of our time at the campground while in Niagara Falls. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Advertised WiFi and cable TV, but these were not available except at seasonal sites; we had to go up to the Barn for WiFi. We were also looking forward to the advertised breakfast in the barn, but it is only open seasonally. A lot of full time campers, but our part was very nice, showers and baths were very clean. Staff was helpful and right in front was a bus shuttle to the falls. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Its OK. They do keep raising their rates if you stay longer. They also charge $20 for cutting the grass at your site and want to nickel and dime you to death. Don't enforce many rules so its somewhat casual. They will steal your stuff if you temporarily move your RV (to go visiting etc) and leave something behind. had my bike stolen even though I had rented the site for another 2 days. Some other stuff (levelling blocks worth $3-$4) were also stolen. I miss my bike. Management does nothing. That Peter fellow who runs it is an idiot. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Quiet time was not enforced. There were three families hanging out around one site's campfire until 3:00 am. We asked them at 1:00 am to please quiet down & they said I was rude. I told the management when we were leaving and they said they were sorry, but didn't offer any compensation of any type. There was a huge sign at the entrance that said "No campfires after midnight". That was not enforced which led to people staying up partying. The pool was clean, but has some odd rules. You are not allowed in the pool area alone or in the hot tub unless you are 19 or over. The area is monitored by video camera and they WILL reprimand you. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
We had a river front site, #1 which was just beautiful, but the rest of the CG is very run down from over use. The bathrooms and showers were always wet and dirty. I think the showers and bathrooms are inadequate for the number of people there. Desk people are friendly, only 3 miles from downtown Niagara Falls. Probably would not return in the future. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We arrived in the early evening, and the camp was busy. Security person at gate greeted us and had our name on his sheet. Quick check in at store which had the basics. Close to Niagara Falls. Site was very busy and staff seemed to have a handle on everything. We stayed two nights in a pull through spot. Had to turn my trailer opposite direction for hook ups. So no matter which way it faced I was looking at someones trailer front. Quiet at 11 and no complaints. Will go back! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Park is run by students as summer jobs. They mess-up site reservations. As we were getting our site someone came in with a site problem. Seems they wanted him to put a 30' fifth wheel in a tent site. Our site was right next to where he was sent. After 15 min's to make the changes we got our site. Water pressure is 100 psi. Make sure to use a pressure regulator sites are tight with trees in odd places. Hard to get your awning open. Next time in the falls we will pay more and find a different campground, maybe one that's run by adults. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was one of the nicest campgrounds close to the Falls on the Canadian side. The location was in what appeared to be a very safe area and close to all the attractions near the Falls. It was also only about a 1 hour drive from Toronto. We had a large corner site that overlooked the river. The campground was very clean and the sites were level and far enough apart from each other. The check in staff was very helpful, but the park gates closed early and we were told we could not drive into the park after a certain hour (I think it was 10pm not sure). We were told we would have to park outside the gate after that and walk to our site. Since the casinos are right down the street, that was not great news to us. We did not use the pool since the weather did not agree with us, so I cannot comment on it. We did visit Marineland, which is owned by the same company that owns the campground and it was a lot of fun. I would return to this park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The Good: The park was very clean and quiet. The location was excellent for visiting Niagara Falls and Marineland Theme Park. The staff was friendly. The Bad: The trees are a little low and it's a tight squeeze to pull through the narrow campsite roads. The children's playground needs to be updated with newer playground equipment. Overall: Our family really enjoyed King Waldorf's RV and Tent Park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Easy access to the Falls from here. We visited during the week and it was fairly empty. Even so, the baths were quite busy, so during a full campground there probably aren't enough facilities. It was very odd, because ALL staff appeared to vacate the premises at 4pm daily. They locked the pool, office, store, and left. The regulars would immediately scale the fence and swim in the pool after hours, and nobody ever addressed them. Obviously that means security is nonexistent. We didn't have any trouble, but it could get bad with a full camp as you'd be on your own. The grounds are very nice and they are redoing the riverfront area. Baths are tiled and clean. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
We asked for a site where we could get satellite TV and took their word on Wi-Fi in the park. Both requests were not honored. First, "Wi-Fi is down in the park except at our pub", we were told. Great. You have to leave your site and buy your drinks from the pub because no outside beverage is allowed. Ding --more money. The dog run is were the overflow cars got parked. Nothing could be hung on or from trees--fine--then enforce the rule. There were clothes lines at several sites. Kids riding little battery operated cars in roadways---according to the rules this is not allowed. Several staff members driving golf carts way above the posted 5 MPH. Signs stating no fireworks--rule not enforced. In 4 years of fulltiming this is the worst park for the price that we have stayed at. Our RV is 40' long. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Based on no internet at sites, dirty pool, tight sites back to back and very close side to side. Nice clean showers, level sites, good location of utilities, location to falls, kid friendly, and general cleanliness; nice if phone and internet not important. We put a significant priority on this so key to rating. Also noted gate leaving malfunctioning so guests inconvenienced. We camped here in a Motorhome.
City water but dirty water lines at this KOA made it unusable! Sites at small and Not Level. Many holes in the lawn areas. Fall Leaves had not been cleaned up. After a moderate short rainfall the place was a muddy mess. Wireless internet worked only in center of campground I would NOT recommend this KOA. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed at the Niagara Falls KOA as a test to see if we liked the campground lifestyle. We were shopping for a Travel Trailer, and used this as one final test before we made the big purchase. We stayed there in one of their Kamping Kabins for five days. Well, we bought our TT two weeks later, and love it! The KOA in Niagara Falls Ontario is a wonderful place. It is spacious, clean, and loaded with activities. They have two outdoor pools, and indoor pool, and two indoor hot tubs. They have a couple of play areas for the kids, a game room, and this big jumping pillow, which was the a huge hit with all the children. There were scheduled activities for the kids, which was great too. The bath houses were clean and well appointed. The showers were especially nice. There is an inexpensive shuttle bus (WeGo) that stops out front of the KOA, that takes you right into the tourist areas. It was less expensive than parking in town. We love Niagara Falls, and now we love the KOA there too. We can't wait to go back there with our own RV. We camped here in a Campground Cabin.
This is a very nice kid friendly park. The roads within the park are solid surface and easy to navigate. The campsites are mostly grass covered gravel with a few paved sites available. Because we camped on a paved site, I can't review the quality of the gravel campsites. Our paved space was small, no room to park our truck, but level and the hookups were good with good water pressure. The check in process was smooth and efficient and the camp store was well stocked. The friendly staff were more than happy to assist us with purchasing tour packages and explained the public transportation system. The WeGo bus stop is directly in front of the park. The bath houses are very nice and clean. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I will start this review by noting this is a tourist campground in a tourist town. This campground is designed to hold a lot of people and the rates are high, but when I checked hotel rates, they were much higher. The staff was friendly but extremely busy as we were not the only ones coming in. They were attentive but you could tell a little tired. Kids must wear bands while walking around the campgrounds and the girl wrote a different site number on the bands than she wrote another on our car pass. This became an issue on the last night when the staff asked what site we were given. Turns out the site we were on was reserved but we were not asked to move and things were okay. The site was large, with room for our 10x10 canopy and other items. The hook ups were easy to access and there are 3 pools, 2 outdoor and 1 indoor. The bathrooms were well maintained, not an easy task with the large crowd. If we were to travel this way again, we would stay here. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Excellent KOA. The best we've ever stayed at. Clean, well kept, with fully stocked campstore and 3 pools to choose from. (One is for kiddies, another indoors.) Lots of campground activities and the place is secluded despite being in the heart of the city. A bus will pick you up outside the campground and take you anywhere you want to go, including the viewing area for the falls downtown. 24 hour bus fee for 2 adults was $10 for 2 adults, and kids under 12 ride free. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed about 4 nights while viewing the falls. Nice CG with a lot of amenities. Two outdoor pools, one indoor pool, rental bikes, etc. See their web site for more info. Typical KOA, sites were a little close but it did not present any problems. I did not give it a higher score because the grounds could have been kept a little better. Had trouble with local buses and taxis but that was not a CG issue. Everybody was very friendly and helpful. Area outside of the CG is a little questionable but that did not present any problems for us. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Had a great time at this nice clean well maintained park. Washrooms were very clean and had music. Showers very clean. Park well maintained. Fair number of trees considering it's an RV park. Would definitely return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Excellent campground; very close to Falls and all the necessary attributes. The staff is very friendly. The washrooms are excellent, large and very clean. The laundry facilities are very good. Bus service runs to town on a frequent basis. The only fault I can see is that some of the sites are somewhat difficult to get in and out if you have a unit over 30 feet. We would definitely camp here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
EXCELLENT! Service, amenities, friendliness, location, all excellent. Indoor and outdoor pools, bus & cab service to Niagara Falls. Tons of shops & restaurants nearby. Extremely helpful staff. Yummy breakfast for campers is one not to forget! Crafts & scavenger hunts for kids, and my daughter actually got my husband to sing with her on karaoke night! Busy but quiet as well. Will absolutely stay here again and again! We camped here in a Motorhome.
It is a large park with fairly narrow roads. I would stay there again if in the area. The park has many amenities, particularly for families. The bathroom facilities are clean. The staff was very friendly. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great campground close to everything in Niagara Falls. Safe friendly and clean. Over the past year we have had issues with thefts from our site: but KOA staff was very responsive to our concerns. Site construction behind us on some premium sites was going on while we were here for Easter Weekend. There certainly could have been a better time to do this work. Hopefully this will be completed by the time we go back for Thanksgiving. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
We drove up from Va and my brother drove his RV from NC. We stayed side buy side for our 5th trip to Niagara falls. Lots of big nice rigs were parked here. And would stay here again if needed. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Not a great place but not that bad either. Had a little trouble with 33 footer and tow dolley getting into the site. If there were a lot more campers we would have had some big issues. Most of the staff were nice enough but some just seemed to be unhappy. Unless you are Canadian, the other campers have little to do with you. Great place to view the falls and other activities. The grounds were clean and if you have kids they seem to have lots to do. Site were level enough not to be an issue. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Registration went well despite the office was very crowded with campers arriving all at the same time. Staff was friendly and helped everyone with a friendly smile. The one part of registration that was bad was that we requested someone escort us to our site. They indicated someone would be out but no one assisted us so we went looking for the site. One major negative about this CG is the narrow roads and placement of utilities. It took us over an hour to locate a site whereby you did not need a extension electric cord and sewer hose going under the unit and long water hoses. The sites are back to back type. In some cases two cannot fit if the units are too long. Also, if you arrive when the CG is relatively crowded with a unit over 30’ beware you will likely be unable to maneuver into a site (as in the case of one camper). The roads are not wide enough especially when pull vehicles are parked near the road, not enough turning radius. The sites need to be more of an angle. The pools (3) and play grounds were excellent. The children were also able to play on a jumping pillow, mini golf and each day had a wagon ride. Each day the staff had different activities for the children even during the week. We only visited one of the restrooms (near mini golf) and were not impressed. The restroom definitely needs updating and cleaned up. We were very disappointed on the condition. They advertise about having tickets etc for activities in the area. This is true and we used their services however one disappointment was during the 5 days here, they never had bus tickets. Each day they stated they will have some the next day but never did. If again in the area, we might stay here but will review other CG in area before making final choice. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This appears to be a clean and safe park, however, on our first night an announcement was made to be sure no coolers were left out and anything left out should be locked up. It seemed reasonable, but I've never been to a campground where this announcement was made! Then, we found the campground basically closed up for the night at 8 p.m. when the staff went home. The 1st night, we locked our 3 bikes to our camper's awning. Due to heavy rains the next morning, we closed the awning and locked the bikes to a nearby tree next to a picnic table. Sometime during the 2nd night, 2 of our 3 locked bikes were stolen. Thieves took bolt cutters and cut through our 3/4 inch bicycle lock. Our 11 year old son's new bike was tossed on the ground and my husband’s GT and my Schwin were stolen. After realizing the bikes were gone, I walked around the trailer and found someone's cooler tossed under our camper. A lady camping behind us saw me and realized her cooler of beer was gone and her walker was tossed across her campsite. She was in a permanent site and told me 2 other children’s bikes were stolen the night before and this type of crime has gone on for years - trucks pull up at night, thieves steal anything metal they can get (plus alcohol left unattended), sell the metal for scrap and buy drugs. The campground staff was helpful when my husband went to the office to tell them the bikes were stolen and assisted in contacting the police so a police report could be written. The area near the campground appears to be older hotels with individuals who rent for weeks/months at a time. If the bicycle stealing has gone on for years, why don't this KOA and the other campgrounds involved do more to protect their campers? It is very disappointing to me as a tourist. We are by far not people who get scared easily, but our sense of security was gone. After our bikes were stolen only 3 feet from where we slept, no one slept well. During our remaining nights, we put the remaining bike and our hitch inside our camper along with leaving our outside and bathroom lights on. My husband periodically went outside our camper at night with a metal bat to protect our truck and travel trailer. It is ridiculous to have to do something like this because you don’t know who or what you are dealing with. I have to say if our bikes were not stolen, I would recommend this park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Many of the park facilities were not available or operational. Shower and rest room blocks were not cleaned in the 2 days we were there. 2 out of 8 showers had hot water. Staff were less than receptive to inquiries regarding local attractions and provided incorrect information. A large park charging premium rates for little return or regard for the customer. They seemed more concerned with their renovation than providing value of money. We would not recommend this facility. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Overall the park seemed nice. The staff was friendly. However my rating is based on our stay at camp site #83. It was supposed to be a 50 amp prime site, the most sought after. The camp ground was very empty (we stayed after Labor Day) so we could have been placed in any number of sites. We were assigned a site that had two fire rings one was filled with trash when we arrived, the next day someone took the ring leaving the pile of trash. We asked to have someone clean it, no one bothered. To make matters worse our site had a very active yellow jacket bees nest under the slab where our hook up's were located. The dirt pad that we parked on had sunk to the point that our bottom step was two inches from the ground a real ankle bender. I could go on but I won't. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We used this KOA as our base for activities in Niagara Falls and Toronto. It is located on Lundy’s Lane, which is a busy commercial road that leads into Niagara Falls. Despite being sandwiched between a busy road and a set of railroad tracks, we were not disturbed by noise. The kid’s playground and jumping pillow are top notch. There are a couple of outdoor pools and one indoor pool. They were well maintained. The camp store was well stocked. The staff were friendly and helpful. It is an extremely busy facility, with people coming and going non-stop. If you are looking for a park that is close to the action with great kids activities, this is your place. If you are looking for a quiet and relaxing experience, go somewhere else. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We found this to be a nicely cared for KOA with many shade trees and pretty landscaping. The sites are very narrow but we were able to park our motor home on the asphalt pad which also had a small grass lawn area with picnic table close to us. The electric, water, sewer were all nicely placed in a cement pad. Internet worked great at our campsite. The campground is on a local bus route which made it nice to take directly to the falls. The children's playgrounds looked very nice and clean. We would stay here again when visiting this area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an awesome campground. It is 3 miles from falls. There are 3 pools..1 of which is indoors. It is very clean. The staff is friendly and helpful. We had a pull true with plenty of room. The back in sites are weird. It's a long site and you back up an inch from another camper. I wouldn't have liked that. The only problem with this and all KOA's is they charge for each kid per night.
We don't like this. The only advise..drive down town and park at skylon tower. It has the cheapest parking near falls. We sill return to this campground as we enjoyed it. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We were pleasantly surprised at how nice this campground is. We have never stayed at a KOA before, so I don't know how to compare it to other KOAs. Bathrooms were very clean and roomy. Showers (free - big plus from me) were a little tight, but each one had a changing area, and two (2!) hooks to hang clothes on - may not seem a big deal, but most campground bathrooms have only one hook. Other people in our group noticed the extra hooks also. People in the front office were very nice and helpful. "KOA Bob", who drove around checking on things, was great, outgoing, and full of information about the area. We had a pull through site. Plenty of room for our camper, I think all but the biggest rigs should be fine here. The pull throughs are staggered, to give more room for picnic tables between sites. Double check on hookups - 15amp, 30amp and 50amp hookups are kind of randomly scattered around. Two outdoor pools, one indoor pool, two indoor jacuzzis, and a sauna were all well mantained and very clean. Camp store was good sized and well stocked with food and RV supplies. Our kids had a great time in the play areas and the activities that the campground staff ran. Our kids think the campground is "just very cool". Campground is only a few miles up the road from the center of Niagara Falls, but it takes a few minutes travel time as the roads are busy. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
An "OK" KOA. Fairly decent CG in an older "tourist" section of Niagara Falls. Nice indoor pool and very nice hot tubs, smaller outside pool, both in nice shape. Some facilities are a little older, but in generally good repair and condition. The grounds are a little rough and could use some upgrading. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a typical KOA with pool, kiddies area etc. Of the three campgrounds in the area, this is the best one, however for the money, I would expect the grounds to be better kept. Our site was adequate for our 5th wheel, but the picnic table was blocking the drive through, dog doo was in the unmowed grass. Site cleanup is not a priority here. Washrooms and laundry facility were clean. Check-in was quick and friendly. The write up for this site claims a shuttle to the Falls, this is not accurate, its actually local transit across from the KOA and you can buy a pass for $6.00. Again, this is the best campsite in the area, but for the money it should be 5 star not 3 star. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice KOA park - well-kept sites, several cabins, easy in and out of park and sites, clean, helpful staff, nice gift shop. Only stayed two days, wish we could have stayed longer here. Will recommend this park and if opportunity arises, will stay again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed at this campground on the long weekend in May. It was very busy and you had to be careful to watch for kids on the roadways. Lots for everyone to do. Indoor pool, bouncing pillow, hayrides, karaoke, pancake breakfast, ice cream sundaes and movie night. The sites are small and not very private. The washrooms were very clean even with the high traffic. Lots of staff visible all weekend. I had business in the area and would return for business but not our first choice for a relaxing holiday. Great for families. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice KOA, having the indoor pool and hot tubs was a plus due to the time of year. Lots for the kids to do here but most at extra cost. Internet work very well. We were put in the front row, try to avoid this part of the park if you can due to the noise from the road. Close to all the attractions, about a 10 min drive. Grocery stores are about 20 mins away and the store only has some basics. Only real drawback is that the the sites are short back in's. Overall nice for a few days. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is one of the nicest KOA's we have seen lately. Like previous posts, it is pricey, but so is everyting else in this area. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Convenient to Niagara Falls & restaruants in the area. We didn't have children with us, but there were several nice playgrounds & activities for kids. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice campground for families; easy to locate. Staff was friendly. Only drawback was that the pool and hot tub, which drew us to this park, closed way too early. Expensive considering we could not utilize the amenities. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very busy park and a bit expensive, but it is clean, well run, and convenient to the Niagra Falls attractions on the Canadian side. The sites are close together and a little short for rigs over 40'. We would stay here again if we return to this area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park, but, it is pretty much in the center of a residential area, surrounded by an 8' wooden fence. Park was clean, staff was friendly and there was plenty to do. We just did not like opening our door to our camper and being able to look into someone's bedroom window of their home next door. There was a lot to do and the activities were well planned. If it were in a more country/wooded setting, we would definitely go back. Unfortunately, it's not. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is located in a busy suburban area, with lots of traffic swirling around it. Our site was level and easy to get into. We were here early in the spring when few people were camping, so it wasn't crowded. The sites are not that wide, however, so I suspect the place could be noisy when full. The restrooms were spotless. Although there are trees, the park has a rather "open" feel, affording little privacy. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice park in a pretty setting. Across the street from Niagara River and just minutes from Niagara Falls. The sites are mostly grass and have plenty of trees for shade. The water, electric and sewer all work perfectly but I wouldn't waste $5 a day for Wi-Fi - it was completely nonfunctional 90% of the time. AT&T cell signals were strong but we didn't use it because of the international rates. There is a covered drive through at the park entrance that we navigated with the help of the owner. It seemed a little tight for our RV but shouldn't really be a problem. Overall, a good experience and we would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice location about 15 minutes to the Falls located next to the Niagara River and bike path. Small spots, some seasonal campers, friendly staff. We did have a problem w/the power though on our site where our surge protector shut off frequently due to low voltage when trying to run A/C (less than 105v). Complained to CG staff, but insisted the problem was w/our camper. Luckily, the temps were not too hot and we were able to open the camper up and used the vents. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is located on the Niagara River just south of the Horseshoe Falls. What a gem! A beautiful, short drive to all of the sights surrounding the Canadian side of Niagara Falls. The campground was clean and orderly. Spaces were a bit tight but everyone seemed to be managing. The campground is in a residential area with some beautiful homes. Interesting from all aspects. We would stay here again - in a heartbeat. Internet was an extra charge ($5 for the 3 days) and was simple to use and of a good speed. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here 5 nights while visiting Niagara Falls and the surrounding area. We wanted something near the bike path and river. The Niagara Falls Recreational Path runs right in front of the campground. The river is right across from the road. It was the perfect location for us. The sites are somewhat small but well taken care of. There is a farm next door with horses that trot around and were enjoyable to watch. The park has a pool and a very nice miniature golf on the premises. We did drive down Lundy Lane where the 3 other campgrounds were to see what that area was like. Lundy Lane is heavily commercial with hotels, motels, restaurants, massage parlors and adult bookstores. It did not give me a pleasant, relaxing feel. I am much happier with our campground. We have a lovely view of the Niagara River from our site. It is very relaxing to come back from touring and sit outside and watch the river float by. Definitely would return here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a small campground. The tent sites are a good size, RV sites appear to be on the small size. We were on the side of the campground which borders a farm. It was a nice treat to watch the horses roam the field. The pool was nice and clean. The bathrooms were clear for the most part. The curtains used for the showers were cheap and flew around and were hard to keep closed. The owners were pleasant. When confronted with a concern they took care of it quickly. It was quiet at night. For the most part we enjoyed this campground. My only real complaint is that they had an unusually high number of flies. This may be due to the creek that runs along the back of the property. The owners may want to consider doing something about the fly population. We camped here in a Tent.
I read their website so I knew there would be a charge of $6 per night for other adults staying with us so the price of $60, includes their $12. It was still rather pricey. We were the only ones in the campground on this particular weekend. We were given the site that had a view of the Niagara River. That was a very nice site. We were very busy at the Falls so didn't spend much time at the campground. The hosts appeared to be very friendly but we didn't really have any contact with them. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is beautifully situated on the Niagara River Parkway across from the Niagara River. A 50-kilometer paved bike/walking path runs along the Parkway all the way to Niagara Falls and beyond. The campground is nicely wooded with well-maintained gravel sites. Our site had an unhindered view of the river though at the height of the season, I'm sure the neighboring trailers would have provided a partial block. The toilets and showers are kept very clean. The owner was very pleasant and the campground reflects her personality. We would certainly stay here on any future trips. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The above rate includes taxes. This is one of the best-priced campgrounds in the area. Wireless internet access is an additional charge: we paid $10 for 6 days. This is campground is in a quiet rural residential area along the Niagara River. The sites are a little cramped but the campground is very pleasant. One of the two dryers was broken during our 6 day visit. Their pet policy in terms of allowed breeds is strict. Definitely NO pit bulls or pit bull mixes. Looks to me like this is a good place to tent camp also. The center of Niagara Falls and the tourist area is a 15-20 minute drive, so the location of the campground is good. But no public transportation. They also have 10 or so little motel rooms that are very basic but are affordable. Friends of our stayed in a motel room while we stayed here. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for the location and the price. The met all our needs. We were happy with the sites, even though they were on the small side which is to be expected in the Niagara falls and tourist areas. The view was amazing. The bathrooms were clean and the shower stalls large and I never ran out of hot water. The drive to the Falls is amazing with river always in site and the amazing houses along the way. Flies were a bit of an nuisance but did NOT ruin our stay. The staff was nice and polite. The pass code to center after hours is a bonus, some campgrounds do not have this and you cannot come and go as you please. It is very quiet at night and peaceful. We will definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Men's room ran out of toilet paper. Showers needed servicing; heads are "low flow". Park is gated; we were given access code to come and go when office was closed. $5 for wifi service. Signal was too weak and unusable at my campsite. I had to go up near the office. Campsites are too close together. The neighboring campers had little yip dogs that liked to bark in the morning before we were ready to get up which was annoying. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Excellent location for everything with no trains nearby. The river was beautiful and the campers were friendly. Flies were a problem. Lots of them when we ate outside and several liked the inside of our camper. Warning: better give the management your credit card number by phone or in an unprotected email. We mailed our card info from NC and it took it 12 days to reach the park: 2 days after our arrival!! So when we arrived they had never received our payment and they had no reservation for us. They did find a place right across from the restrooms but it was for more $ than we had agreed upon through email. Even after our letter and credit card info arrived, we were not offered an adjustment in what we had paid. The park is peaceful and that was important to us. The tourist areas are too busy and crowded. Of course we were there July 2,3 & 4. The busiest camping and tourist holidays of the year! We would probably stay here again if in the area because of the location a few minutes from the hustle and bustle of the Niagara tourist attractions. The Maid of the Mist was exceptional and the Jet Boat ride on the rapids was thrilling. Our children and grandchildren also enjoyed the Walk Behind the Falls. We did everything on the Canadian side. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a very nice park with a fantastic view of the Niagara River just across the parkway from the campsites. The bike path in front of the campground extends from Fort Erie to the South to Niagara on the Lake to the north. It is away from the commercial area of Niagara Falls, but only 6 miles to the falls. We will camp here again soon. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
It is a nice drive north to Canadian side of Falls (about 15 minutes). Very few campers except for about 10 seasonal campers. It was a tight fit for our 36' coach. The park needed some work but adequate for our needs. Heading south along the river we took Gilmore Road west bound to join Queen Elizabeth Way and encountered a low (12'), poorly marked underpass! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great if you don't want to be very close to the Falls. Nice 10 min drive to main attraction area, close to Niagara River. Little tight for our RV but staff was very friendly. Nice grassy area for dogs. Big pool. Lots of permanent campers. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great little park about 10km away from the touristy madness at Niagara Falls. Level grass sites among the trees, with many permanent trailers around. Showers were clean and easily accessible by tenter's and RVers. Did not try the pool or mini-golf, but several other guests did. A short drive to public parking, but we took the motorcycle into town and found great parking in the middle of everything. Wal-Mart and groceries are 10km south, restaurants and tourist shops nearby at the Falls. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We were on a small electric/water site (#73). The size of the site coupled with the numerous trees made it difficult to place the pop-up so we could open both ends and the slide out. We ended up putting it right near the edge of the site. It was a good thing that the GC was pretty empty as we just spilled over into the next site. The bathrooms and showers were very clean. The outdoor pool was not open for the season yet. In our area of the CG, there were a ton of mosquitos. All in all, I don't think we will be back as there are plenty of alternatives in this area. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
This is a great little park with a beautiful view of the Niagara River. Very close to the attractions, but you feel like you are in the middle of nowhere. The sites are small, but nice. The staff is excellent and treat you like family. We will be back We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Super folks at this campground. Very friendly and helpful. The sites were a tad bit on the small side, but they were manageable. The permanent campsites looked well maintained. The campground is close to the falls and ideal for tourists, like us. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Sites a little small in some areas. Very friendly people. They kept the pool open for us one night late. Very good location. A lot of full time campers, but they treated us like we had been there for seasons. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Of all of the campgrounds we've seen in the Niagara Falls area, this one is definitely the nicest. The campground is located across the street from the Niagara River (south of the falls and north of Fort Erie). A quick and scenic drive up the Niagara River Parkway gets you to the falls. The staff (both in the office and in the restrooms) were courteous and friendly. Their advice on attractions, parking, and directions were always accurate and helpful. Our only complaint is that the sites are small. We had site #52 (which had a nice view of the Niagara River) but our neighbors on all sites were very close. Still I would highly recommend this campground to anyone who wants a peaceful place to sleep and stay but still have easy access to the Niagara Falls tourist attractions. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
A nice, small campground that is convenient to most area attractions. We enjoyed the pool, mini-golf and river views. Our only disappointment as far as camping was the sites in the back that we had booked were a mudhole due to a lot of rain the day before we arrived. So, we got stuck out in the front part of the campground next to a couple pop-ups with noisy kids until 11:30P the first night. The bad part, however, was that my wife's family stayed in the adjoining motel and found it needs a LOT of work. The mattresses were so old, they had stripes on them and sagged in the middle even when not being used. They have no A/C and if it's hot like it was when we visited, the ventilation is very poor. They woke up one morning to find no hot water and had to take cold showers. In summary, a decent campground and a terrible motel... We camped here in a Tent.
Somewhat dated in style, but very well taken care of campground. Perhaps 40% seasonals, but they seem to be a tight community of folks and they were very friendly. Sites and access roads are a bit tight, but accessible. Location is wonderful, on the Niagara Falls Parkway 10 miles from the falls and not far from Fort Erie. We had site 42, and it backed up to two huge maple trees, under which was our fire pit. They also have a 10 room motel, incase you are travelling with folks that do not have an RV. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very quiet park with a security gate. Sites close together. Niagara River (above the Falls) across the street. Has Public Phone, Laundry, Mini golf, pool, aviary and fire rings. People were very helpful in telling us where to go. I am not sure how many big rigs could fit but it suited us (at 32 feet) better than the other parks around Niagara Falls. Had some chickens running around the campground eating bugs. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice campground. Run along the Niagara Parkway/Niagara River. The nicest campground hosts you will ever meet. Approx. 9 miles to the Falls. Great walking/biking trails along the Parkway. Security gate. Pool is very clean. Price of $32.00 per night is Canadian currency. Pay for 6 nights, 7th night is free. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
RV Parks don't get any better than this. The owner and his staff are friendly, helpful enthusiastic and charming. The campsite was well-maintained and spotlessly clean as were the showers and "washrooms" (as they're called in Canada). Roads and sites were wide and level. The shuttle bus is right across the street. The Wi-Fi was great -- thank goodness because Verizon charges an arm and a leg to use your U.S. phone or data connection. If I ever come back to Niagara Falls, this is the only place I'd consider staying! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice campground, great access to the bus system to take us to the Falls and other tourist attractions. Back in sites, no problem getting in. A bit noisy from the strip joints across from the campground, but not at all a reflection on the campground itself. We would definitely stay here again. Nice helpful staff, good store, WiFi was weak. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park was well located for our trip to Niagara Falls. We went early in the season and had lots of room. It could get tight when it is full. The gentlemen's club across the street and the railroad track is a non-issue. The KOA is just a few hundred yards down the street and has the same proximity to the tracks. Easy access for our motorhome. Staff was friendly and helpful. WiFi available at the office, not on your site. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park was great!!! We attempted to find reasonable places for the 3 days we stayed in the falls area, an this was the best! It had the shuttle city bus pick up up an drop us off right by the campground, and it was a 24 hr pass for $10. Yes there are adult gentleman's clubs across the street, but you don't hear them, nor did we have any trains pass by in the night which is up against the park. The pool was great, owner an staff were extremely friendly and helpful. I shall return an recommend everybody to try it out if going to visit the falls. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The best thing here is the bus that runs right out the front gate and takes you to the Falls. The sites are not level and after a rain, impossible. Utilites are arranged with one unit pulling through and having easy access. The next unit has to back in and the utilites are in a weird position with the sewer right under your unit. The park was obviously laid out for permanent trailers when it was built. All in all a safe plce to spend the night but not much else. There is ample shade with trees everywhere. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The positives for this campground are that it's a good base for visiting Niagara Falls, it has level sites, the staff is very friendly and it has a security gate. We could be wrong, but we believe it needs a security gate due to the several 'gentleman's clubs' directly across the street. The playground is very old, rusty and not 'kid friendly'. There were really not any other child activity areas that we noticed. The campground was officially opened for over a week, but not all of the facilities were open yet. They actually had to come and turn the water on at our site. The showers we ended up using in the main building were decent and served the purpose, but that's about it. Also, the campground is directly next to a railroad track and yes, we had two trains pass by in the night. We thought a convey of motorcycles was coming through our trailer. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Pros: Niagara Falls bus line stops at campground. $6 for all day use. Large shaded sites. We were able to pull through to our back in site. Cons: Poor TV reception. Overall we enjoyed our stay and would stay again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is located 3 miles from Niagara Falls in the Lundy Lane business district and is close to restaurants and shopping. It is reasonably priced compared to its pricey brand-name neighbors. It didn't have all the bells and whistles of those neighbors, but it was plenty good enough for us and we would return for the money saving aspect. Most RV sites are back-in FHU 30 amp. There are no side-by-side hookups, but neighbors are very close at the back of each site. There are some seasonal sites, and it is very popular on the weekends with younger tenting families. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice park,very clean restrooms and showers. Close to all sites in the area. Easy to get to, sites are nice, there are some big rig friendly pull-through sites. Staff was very friendly and helpful. We camped here with no issues. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Had an amazing experience here, I loved it. The kids loved it. They had a sand castle building contest which the kids LOVED, wagon rides. plus it's in Niagara Falls so there is so many attractions near by for us to see. I would highly recommended it. We camped here in a Motorhome.
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We stayed here over the 4th of July weekend. Upon arrival this looks like a beautiful campground. When you pull in everything is well taken care of perfect. The only downside are the sites. They could use some attention. They are all gravel which is no problem, but the grass is half weeds and just looks run down. Hookups were OK and had no issues. If they spend some money on the sites and make them look more appealing, this place would be perfect. They just need some attention to detail throughout the park. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed here 2 nights while visiting Niagara Falls. First afternoon/evening our 'neighbors' across from us was 3 campers, for a total of 10 people. Seemed to be all family, but they took us about 5 or 6 sites with their stuff and playing all over. Their small children wandered off, but adults were too busy talking and drinking to notice. Nobody from campground noticed or even came by to check. Lucky for us they left during our second stay there. They weren't real crowded, and kids working in office were helpful, but seemed to like being indoors instead of checking on sites and activities of their guests. Site was pretty level. Wi-Fi was good, once you got the code from the office, so don't forget to ask for it. I had to go back to office to find out about the Wi-Fi. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very disappointing. More than half of the children's playground riding toys were unsafe. The grounds are not very well kept and noticing from other comments that sewage smell was not just me! The rumble from the 403 was not pleasant. I wouldn't waste my money again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
There were few visiting rigs at this park and we soon understood why. It was very expensive and the facilities and ambiance just did not relate to the cost. The check in staff were a delight, but the campground did not not meeting our expectations being unattractive to adults, but more enjoyable for children. The Internet access was was fairly good but a fee of $5 was levied for the use of 1 device. Toilet facilities were fine, but the laundry had several machines which were not operable. The park is very close to an interstate and was extremely noisy. We will not be returning to this location in our motor-home. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park is setup for children, and the play areas are clean and quite nice. But for 2 adults, the sites are narrow, and weren't kept very well considering this is the season for families to be in the area so close to the falls. I stayed one night and left to relocate to a cheaper campground closer to the falls. I won't return here! We camped here in a Motorhome.
You can tell by the reviews that run the spectrum that this is a love/hate CG, depending on your needs. Like no other CG we have ever visited, the guests seem to complain a lot more about each other than I have ever seen, as well as things they shouldn't. At 11:00pm, the janitor mopped out the men showers (right on schedule) and then moved on to the women's. He then got yelled at by a gal who arrived with a towel and refused to wait 10-minutes in the middle of the night for him to finish cleaning at the time posted on the door and check-in flyer. He pretended he spoke only French, but he chatted with someone earlier. When you make your reservation, look at their site-map and an aerial view from Google or Bing. You want to make sure you DO NOT get a site along the western fence, which is up against a very noisy freeway. Pay for a deluxe or premium site if you have to (we did), but make sure you are at least two sites in from the end, and that should cut down the noise to an acceptable level. Busy, bustling place, run by youngsters who were friendly and helpful enough trying to deal with the whiners. Camp store had basics if you had a lot of cash (accept USD and CDN 1:1). Pricey laundry, but plenty of machines. Nice pool, cleaned every evening at 9:00pm when they kick everyone out. $5/48hr Wi-Fi that was completely unusable. Shuttle-van to NF every hour for $4/pp was nice, since we did not bring a tow-vehicle, but the driver seems to loathe her job, and insisted that all four of us (including me with a cane) climb over seat belts and such into the very back seat since we were first on-the-scene. You can buy the NF "Adventure Pass" at the CG for the same price as online or at the visitor's center, and those include the buses between NF attractions. Those activities will use one day. Go straight to the Table-Rock ticket counter and get timed passes for the activities. This park was a bit big too big and busy for us, but the amenities such as the laundry room, pool and shuttle met our primary needs just fine. I should have asked for my Wi-Fi money back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground was wonderful. A really amazing variety of styles available from standard RV square lot, to lovely wooded sites for tents. Staff was helpful and friendly. If we come back to the falls again, we aren't going to look for a different campground. Has easy access to the falls, malls, groceries close at hand. Fairly close to QEW but we didn't find it too noisy in the trailer. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice Clean Park. Staff was friendly. Shuttle bus is $6 per adult to Niagara Falls. Bath house was clean. We had a pull thru/full hook up site with concrete patio pad. Lots of room. No complaints. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Not an impressive RV park, felt more like a large car park. We were located at the rear of the campsite near a fence next to swamp land. Full of mosquito's. We had to pay for Internet $5 for 2 days but had a very weak connection, we told the staff but didn't see any improvement. We had to pay $6 for the bus transfer to the Falls but they only supply a small 14 seat bus so had to wait nearly an hour to get back from the Fireworks at Niagara. Would not recommend. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The price per night is in US dollars. We stayed here for 4 nights and were disappointed that we had to pay $4 per night per kid since the price only included 2 adults. The shuttle service advertised on their web page was a 14-passenger van that adults had to pay for. I would think with a campground so close to a major attraction that they would have a bigger vehicle. This van caused a lot of headaches for numerous campers. The staff was attentive and helpful but the campground did not live up to it's web page. The pool and playground were kind of small and some of the games advertised on their webpage: you had to pay for. The campground is also close to the QEW (Queen Elisabeth Way) and if not for us being in the back of the campground, road noise would have been a problem. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We had a great time. Mostly because the have great kids' programs. All morning there is something to do for our 6 year old. Staff seems caring. Grounds are clean and tidy. Sites close together and very noisy with the hi-way 150 ft away. Washrooms/Showers were clean and roomy. Not much here if you don't have kids other than close to Niagara Falls. We'll be back. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
We spent two nights here. The campground is nice with many activities, but the Wi-Fi is splotchy, as it is in most campgrounds. The pool allows a very limited number of people. There is a shuttle available to the Falls. They have a good recycling station. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I came here for the August long weekend with my husband and our two children. We LOVED it! Even though the campground was REALLY busy, the staff were great and took the time to answer all of our questions. The rec program was really nice as well, they had a full schedule of activities for the kids and when it came time to leave, they didn't want to go home! I will definitely be returning next year. The service really can't be beat. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
This park is terrible. Unless of course you like to sit down to dinner right next to a sewer drain and have the hum of hwy 403 at your doorstep. We were traveling in a 26 foot trailer and rented a “Red Carpet” full service site. These sites have a cement slab next to your neighbors sewer drain, the slab as we and our neighbors understood it, was for the picnic table. There was no grass and no trees in the area we were in. I strongly suggest you not waste your money at this site. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Made our reservations a few days in advance and explained that we would be camping in a tent. Arrived and were checked in quickly. However, our site was so small we couldn't even fit our tent on it, not to mention there was no grass, just a concrete slab and stones. Returned to office and after being shuffled around for nearly an hour, were finally given a campsite that had some grass. We had requested to be near the playground, since we have 4 children, but were told the sites were already taken (though they were empty). We asked how that was possible, since we were unable to reserve a specific site when we called, but were told "that's just how it is". We considered a no-hookup tent site, but quickly changed our minds when we checked it out and saw that it backed up to a VERY smelly swamp. Campground is located next to a busy freeway, so you do hear loud truck and traffic noises constantly. However, the playground was very nice, the pool was clean and a good size. I would not recommend camping here in a tent or if you want privacy, as the sites are small and close together, but it is a fun place if you have children as there are lots of activities for them and it feels very family friendly. We camped here in a Tent.
We have a dually/36' high-profile fifth wheel. Our pull-through site was just large enough but quite awkward to access. Some tree shade. Staff were polite but not very efficient or helpful - needed much prompting. 50A service adequate. No cable TV - French antenna service. Pay WiFi - not used. In the KOA mold - an old park, quite expensive, perhaps good value for families? Excellent location for Niagara Falls - worth the price for that. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great for kids. My 6 year old was kept busy and happy the entire long weekend. Great family park. Some sites are a little small but overall excellent. We will be going again in a couple of weeks. We camped here in a Motorhome.
My Family had a great time visiting the Yogi Bear park in Niagara Falls, my two kids where busy the whole time with crafts and activities they really loved singing on the wagon ride with Yogi, BooBoo & Ranger Smith. We stayed in our tent trailer and our site was roomy and close to the playground, I was kind of concerned to come during one of the busiest holidays but was very surprised with the cleanliness and very friendly staff. I loved that they had a cute "yogi" shuttle that took you to Niagara falls so we didn't have to worry about parking. My girls are begging to go again this year. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.