29 RV Parks near North Tonawanda, New York
May 2017 - $61.00
I guess it is okay for an overnight stay but that is it. Very small place, some pull throughs, some back ins. This is an Escapees park and it still was over $60. Way too expensive for this kind of park. The only way I would stay here again is if there wasn't another place to spend overnight. I truly would have been better looking for a Walmart. I would have felt just as safe and it would have been much cheaper. - nyrngrz
Apr 2017 - $65.00
This was a pull in campground we used essentially to sleep before traveling home after checking out Niagra Falls. I cannot say enough about the wonderful service. The owner was so polite and made sure we had everything we needed. Service made up for how small the place was. The site was paved. They advertise a playground, but there isn't one. This is a campground/motel. So think "campground built into the parking lot of the motel". Road noise was prominent since it is right off the highway, but it worked for us to have a place to sleep! Our rate was a little higher as we had 2 extra adults with us. - Lisa H
Oct 2016 - $52.00
With a name like this, our expectations were not too high, nor were they exceeded. The site was level enough, the power was okay, the wifi worked, the water was okay. I did not feel comfortable leaving anything outside or unlocked. A couple of long-term units with their accompanying piles of junk. A high price, but probably in line for the area. - Kvw613
Sep 2016 - $68.00
We parked our RV here and drove to the Canadian side of the Falls and spent the night. Came back the next evening and stayed the night. I had a nasty fall the last night, so was moving a little slow the morning we were checking out. The owner knocked on our door and asked if we were staying another day, said if not we had 20 minutes to get out. Needless to say, we pulled the slides in and left. They don't have to worry about us ever staying there again. To be fair, their paperwork does state checkout is at 11:00. Just NEVER had a park push it quite like that. There were only a few other campers there, so not like they had others waiting. - Jim and Sue
Sep 2016 - $62.00
Just left Niagara Falls Campground and Lodging (Good Sams Club). We had read the negative reviews, but decided to try them for ourselves. Very disappointed. Owners are not customer friendly at all. It was overpriced, large rocks on narrow pads, no cable and the wifi was extremely poor. For a holiday (Labor Day) weekend, the campground was less than 25% full. Recommend seeking other accommodations if in the area. - MAVetter
Aug 2016 - $64.00
Owners claimed good wi-fi, Wrong, didn't work half the time.
Somewhat level pull throughs, though base of pull through were very large rocks.
The only part of the park that appeared to be in the shade, was the swimming pool.
Not an overly friendly staff.
May be good for an overnight stay, but $64??? - Peteycack
May 2017 - $71.00
Office staff friendly and knowledgeable, assisting me with a financial issue, and did it well. Office store is well stocked. I needed to replace a TV cable, they had them there. My wife has a physical issue with walking. All we had to do is call the office and they sent a cart driven by a KOA employee to take us to the office from our site, so we could go on a tour bus. Then after we got back from the tour, they drove us back to our site. Cable worked well, with our new TV cable. And Wifi provided by TengoInternet worked 85 percent of the time well. The other 15 percent would work very slow and a few times there was a disconnection of internet. Park is very clean. There is a tour bus company that provide tours to the nearby Falls and points of interest along the Niagara River and its islands. You can hear the highway traffic from the most rearward sites. - Joe O
Sep 2016 - $71.00
Our FHU site was in the back, 3 rows from the interstate. The noise wasn't bad. We've been in noisier places. Water, sewer and electric worked fine. Campground WiFi worked well but the cable TV was a bit snowy at this site. There are plenty of HD over the air TV channels that you can pick up. Verizon and ATT, both voice and data were excellent. Office staff was excellent. We spent our time on tours or at the outlying attractions, so we did not use any of the facilities here, so I cannot comment on them. - moderate camper
Aug 2014 - $62.00
Very large, clean park. There are two pools and one is heated with fun slides for kids. The sites are very close together. Cable is good. The Wi-Fi was unusable at site #267. Office staff told us they always have Wi-Fi problems. - Longhorn Fan
May 2017 - $45.00
Great location and price for visiting Niagara Falls. We paid $70 for a 30amp site for two nights, with the Passport America discount. Not a "destination park" with a lot of activities, but great if you're looking for a place to stay while touring the area. Campground is located behind a small motel. Sites are laid out in a semi-circle, with a central grassy area and a pavilion. Heavily forested around the perimeter for a park-like feel, and a scattering of trees in the center area to provide shade. Asphalt roads with gravel pads. The pads are narrow, but level and even. Staff was friendly and courteous. Bathrooms are old, but well maintained and very clean. One washer and dryer in each bathroom (men and women), which means doing one load at a time, or your spouse has to do laundry, too. Central dump station instead of individual hookups. Water at the sites. We were at the back of the campground, and experienced some freeway noise from the nearby interstate. Would stay here again on my next visit to Niagara Falls. - OlderGoat
Aug 2016 - $33.00
Park is co-located with a motel. Price is average of three nights with PA discount.
All sites are back-in, however there is adequate parking nearby for toads. The grass needed mowing around the RV sites while we were there. Some sites have cable TV hookups, while others do not. Ours did. Not a major downside, as over-the-air TV has 25 plus channels available.
Considering the going rates for parks in the area, this park is a very good value. Nothing fancy, but one doesn't normally visit Niagara Falls to stay in the park all day. - Lakewood90
Aug 2016 - $40.00
This park has very tight sites with barely room to have both a driver's side slide and an awning. Most sites are shady and the sites are in a horseshoe configuration with open lawn in the entire center of the loop. Ample room across from the sites to allow for tow vehicle parking and for maneuvering an RV into the small sites. The showers are older but well maintained and very clean with a washer & dryer (coin op) in each one. The cost is well under that of most parks in this area and the location is great for visiting the attractions here. We did a Gray Line tour and they picked us up at the RV park. - RV Camper1
May 2017 - $91.00
Clean, well kept park. Friendly people. Efficient checkin. Water pressure lower than average but not a problem. We look forward to going back. - RedBeard149
Oct 2016 - $64.00
This was a very nice park. Had all the amenities for families and sites away from the activities with quieter areas too. Lots of nice area to walk. Quiet, despite being on a corner. The park is divided into sections with natural barriers that disguise its size. Large grassy area. - TheraBrit
Sep 2016 - $42.00
Great place to bring your kids or grandkids. Lots of activities, fishing, boating, zip line etc.
Lots are level and easy to park your rig. - SubVet SSBN619
Aug 2015 - $1.00
Price is ROD membership. Standard parking lot campground. They can manage big rigs. Each camp site is gravel and grass. Good Verizon coverage. Easy DirecTV satellite we were not parked in trees. This is where the good stops. We camped for a week & repeatedly heard staff screaming at campers. They have a 5 mph speed limit. Once we were following a vehicle (they absolutely were NOT speeding), maintenance man started yelling & waving his arms like they were going 100 mph.
There are railroad ties outlining campsites. Several of the ties from our site were rotting and severely damaged-pieces were lying in our site. We didn't see all of the wood pieces-but I didn't inspect the campsite. Before coming to Lazy Lakes, we have never cleaned a campsite before pulling in. We got an immediate blowout on our truck. The hole was 1" in diameter. The 1st person that looked at the tire apologized and said they would make sure the tire was taken care of. The 2nd person didn't care about the problem-just wanted to make sure he could totally blame us. After multiple attempts we finally spoke to the manager. His only response was to tell us to "turn it into our insurance-it was not their problem". (Our deductible-not theirs) Originally we didn't expect them to pay for the tire-we wanted them to know they had an issue. It would have been nice for them to act like they cared or at least not blame us for the debris in their campground. It would have been great if they had been even a little professional. So our warning... "Camper Beware". If you have an issue, they very likely won't care.
There are 2 pools; however 1 pool was closed. There is a pond with swim beach. No one was swimming; the swimming area was full of slime and trash. It was disgusting.
Bottom line: Verizon & DirecTV coverage were good. The staff is hateful and power crazed. The amenities are there, but may be unusable. Carefully check your site for campground damage and debris. - GLPColorado
Jun 2015 - $48.00
Level pull-thru, 50 amp, and water sites. A big campground with about 289 sites, about 15-20 minutes from Niagara Falls. Several large clean bath houses. Only 2 dump stations and 1 dumpster (all near the exit) that I saw. A nice friendly check in staff. They weren't crowed so they put us in a section with several empty spots around us, thus giving us plenty of room. They appear to have a great many campground activities designed for their campers. It was very handy for our trips to Niagara Falls, the Niagara River Gorge, and Canada. They have an overly officious speed enforcer who chased me down at 11pm on deserted a rainy night to tell me I was over the 5 MPH speed limit. He was correct and I did slow down afterwards. It was a very acceptable campground near Niagara Falls. I would stay here again if in the area. - jwc47031
Jun 2014 - $1.00
Very nice RV resort. Private membership park that allows ROD and AOR members. Paved main roads with gravel site roads with wide level gravel sites. They have a large open section has large sites with large grass areas, table and fire rings, 30 amp and good satellite signal. The wooded area sites are smaller but some with 50 amp. The park is well maintained with usable Wi-Fi signal, good 3G Verizon and TV antenna signals. Good water pressure. No sewer at sites, but honey wagon twice a week for $7 and dump stations. Outdoor pool, large rec center, video game room, and small store. Rental cabins and weekend breakfasts and Ice cream socials. Several fishing ponds. Would stay there again. Rate cited reflects ROD membership. - Pepper Dan
Oct 2015 - $43.00
This campground is misrepresented as minutes from falls. It is 20 minutes and a $50 cab ride. The WEGO bus is too far for practicality. I voiced disappointment on location and manager became hostile. She gave us a 30 amp site that was too weak for our water heater- probably 15 amp. The $5/device WiFi charge barely worked for email. Restroom/showers were not heated or secured. We left a few hours after arriving it was so bad even though we had prepaid for 2 nights. - have guitar-will travel
Sep 2014 - $44.00
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. - Rob&Terri
Jun 2013 - $45.00
Great views over the river, quiet location. Friendly owners. We'd stay here again. - Belfam
Aug 2016 - $60.00
It was a very peaceful campground. The host was very informative and gave us all the information we needed to see the Niagara Falls. It was a very clean park. - Chris-Esther2008 _
Aug 2016 - $54.00
The facility was easy to find. Area attractions are easily accessed in short drives. Sites are level but a little close together for our taste. Pump out service was available. Drive to Youngstown area for farm markets and good firewood at a reasonable price. - family_man
Jul 2014 - $46.00
Thanks to an incompetent person at the KOA central reservations who told my wife twice that we had a full hookup site only to get to the park and find out we only had a water and electric site for the week we started out not being happy. We knew we could manage since we had a blue tank but felt we should not have to but they had no full hookup sites available. The park is a typical old KOA with narrow 1 lane roads, close together sites and very high prices. Also, to get very level at all we had to park the trailer at an angle in the site. About the only good things were the water pressure was OK as well as the voltage. The park Wi-Fi worked good at times but we mostly used our MiFi. There are really no fuel stations close except a strange place that the park pushes up on a hill where they have to pump your fuel for you. As far as eating, it’s the same thing pretty much but there is a pretty good place that is only 2 ½ miles from the park called Destinos which has all kinds of food. Basically this is just another overpriced and undervalued KOA. We came for the falling water and have no reason to come back here anyway. - zrxh14
Jun 2016 - $52.00
Price is in $US for a full hookup riverfront site. Long, level back-in parking. Very pleasant wooded place away from town. No Wi-Fi. Satellite-friendly. Helpful staff. Store was well stocked. In early June, pool was being prepared for use. Many sites for all types of camping, from tents to giant motorhomes. The Canadian side of Niagara Falls features Horseshoe Falls, not visible from the U.S. The street-side falls are open without fee. Parking near the falls is expensive ($C23). - Mtmoi
Jul 2015 - $38.00
King Waldorf is a convenient camping location to visit Marineland, the Falls and the surrounding area. We enjoyed the pool during the heat wave and found the showers to be adequate. The only drawback is the strange layout for the water and electrical hookups. You either need extra cables and hoses, or have to park your rig way over on one side in order to reach. We saw many campers having a hard time with this. - Hit The Road
Jul 2012 - $55.00
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. - Montana Folks
Oct 2016 - $34.00
The park was OK a lot of permanent residents who seemed exempt from the leash policy for their little dogs that attacked us every time we walked by. Our site was in the woods where there are no cement pads. Firewood was available but very expensive. Speed bumps were over kill WAY TOO high and narrow with metal rebar sticking up out of the firehose covered 4x4. In a pinch it would work certainly I would not stay more time than necessary to get to the next destination. Wi-Fi was moderate. Voltage was inconsistent. - Susan Flickinger