Date of Stay: September, 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. We camped at Riverside Park Motel and Campground 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 at Riverside Park Motel and Campground 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 at Riverside Park Motel and Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $42.00
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 at Riverside Park Motel and Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $45.00
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 at Riverside Park Motel and Campground 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 at Riverside Park Motel and Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $43.00
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 at Riverside Park Motel and Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $45.00
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 at Riverside Park Motel and Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $36.00
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 at Riverside Park Motel and Campground 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 at Riverside Park Motel and Campground in a Travel Trailer.
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 at Riverside Park Motel and Campground in a Motorhome.
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 at Riverside Park Motel and Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: September, 2008 - $35.00
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 at Riverside Park Motel and Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2008 - $37.00
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 at Riverside Park Motel and Campground in a Travel Trailer.