We stayed here for three nights with some friends on a mini-rally. Our site was a back-in site right next to Lundy's Lane, shielded to some degree by a berm. The sewer connection required me to back the rig into the bank in order to reach the sewer connection with a 15 foot hose. Otherwise, power and water was convenient. There is a mix of seasonal campers plus transients. As others have mentioned, the convenience of the bus to the falls was well worth the fare. I don't know the exact price we paid per night, but it was approximately $47 Canadian. This is a large park, and able to accommodate large groups wishing to have a rally in Niagara Falls. We'd likely stay here again if we visited the area. We camped at Campark Resorts in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $47.00
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 at Campark Resorts in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $46.00
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 at Campark Resorts in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice park. Lots of kid-friendly activities, including pool, splash pad, mini-golf. Good sized sites for large rigs. Only problem was that Wi-Fi was terrible. We camped at Campark Resorts 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 at Campark Resorts in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $46.00
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 at Campark Resorts 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 at Campark Resorts 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 at Campark Resorts in a Truck Camper.
Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $52.00
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 at Campark Resorts 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 at Campark Resorts in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $38.00
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 at Campark Resorts 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 at Campark Resorts 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 at Campark Resorts in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: January, 2009 - $33.00
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 at Campark Resorts in a Motorhome.