We enjoyed our stay of three days at Campark. The sites are nicely laid out and the facilities are extensive for an in-town campground, including a mini-golf course, pool, various kids' playgrounds and a huge restroom/laundry/dishwashing facility. The only issue we had was that the price was a bit high at around $45 for a water/electric site and the freight trains that rumble past the campground at all hours of the day and night. The tent sites at the back are literally about 15 feet from a major railroad line and we felt, heard and observed trains going by in the evening and early morning hours (2 AM, 3 AM and 7 AM). We're talking big, massive, multi-locomotive freight trains with hundreds of cars that blast their horns long in advance as they approach the nearby grade crossing. A well kept campground, very convenient to Niagara Falls. The other campgrounds along Lundy's Lane appear to abut the same railroad line.
- Also Known As:
- Campark Hotel
- Campark Hotel Niagara Falls
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Campark Resorts is a preferred camping destination for families from all over the world! Our clean, well-maintained, spacious facilities offer many activities with something to appeal to everyone. Only minutes from everything Niagara Falls has to offer, Campark Resorts gives you the best in comfort and affordable family fun, in your tent or one of our cozy camping cabins. ... more less