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8625 Lundy's Lane, Niagara Falls, Ontario L2H 1H5 Canada
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#2 of 23 Specialty lodging in Niagara Falls
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Niagara Falls, located just 3 miles from this KOA, is unforgettable! We sell combinations of tours for various attractions in Niagara Falls. Our most popular package is "THE ADVENTURE PASS." Many highlights await your discovery of the world renowned Niagara Falls: from the Hornblower Boat Crusie, Journey Behind the Falls, Bird Kingdom, Imax Theatre, Fury, Jet Boats Niagara, Niagara Helicopters, Oh Canada EH? Dinner Theater (right next door), Skylon Tower, Safari Niagara, Butterfly Conservatory, etc. and so much more to enjoy. You will create so many lasting vacation memories when you explore the area. KOA's heated indoor pool, spa and two heated outdoor pools soothe sightseeing sore muscles. Niagara on the Lake is a short drive away, a spectacular small Victorian town, and also the Shaw Theater is located, as well as famous Fort George!
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Bruce D wrote a review Sep 2020
Toronto, Ontario, Canada59 contributions36 helpful votes
We live in Toronto, so pop down to Niagara often, and have been doing so for the last 15 years. Normally we will stay in a hotel, but in the current COVID climate we decided to do something different and booked a Cabin at the KOA Niagara campground. We found the experience to be fun and different, and the procedures in place were easily navigated and really shouldn't be too difficult to understand (and why!). The staff we excellent, and the customer service was top notch, right from the start where I had made a mistake with my booking (had misread what type of cabin I thought I had booked). I was frustrated with myself, but my wife and I decided we could make it work in the cabin that I booked. A staff member showed up as I was unpacking to say they were able to offer us a cabin that had the facilities I was looking for, and they could switch us quite easily with no hassle. I found this service to be excellent, as it was ME who had made the initial booking mistake, and the campground did not have to do anything (especially with the new cleaning procedures for cabins they have). Anyway, we found the facilities to be excellent. The cabins were fun and gave just enough of a "camp" feel (ie cooking by fire if you wanted to), and also the air conditioning made it easier to deal with daytime heat. The Campground itself also had the "KOA" feel to it with plenty of things to do, and a "clean" feel to it all. Obviously the current pandemic changed a lot of the environment, but there is not much that can be done about it right now except go with it, and do the best you can. No point in "complaining" as everyone is in the same boat and it won't change a thing! Location being at the end of Lundy's Lane made it easier to get out and about to do Falls or Lake Erie attractions (in our case). You can actually walk into town if you want to stretch your legs (6km to Clifton hill), but the WEGO bus (Red Line) stops right outside also. I want to make mention that this is a campground though, and there are rules in place at any campgrounds. Some of the reviews mention staff names as being "unfriendly" or staff not seeming to "care". We met a couple of the named staff from some of the reviews, and there was no problem with ANY of them, they are friendly hard working people, following the rules that are set out to them by KOA and city bylaws. Things like "noise", "campfires", socialising (in covid times) will be a problem if you don't follow what you are supposed to do. It isn't rocket science. You can complain about certain factors of a campground that you might not like, but you can't complain if you break rules, or do things that you shouldn't be doing (leaving your fire lit after midnight for example and going to bed)....whether you think it is sensible or not. Even in non covid times, a campground is a different type of place to stay, and one that you HAVE to take into account your neighbour, moreso that you would in a hotel. When you read tripadvisor reviews criticising camp staff...the question has to be asked....are the staff just being "rude" for the sake of it....or is there an underlying issue that the customer has missed? We found the KOA Niagara met a good standard for a campground, and the staff were a credit to KOA, and made this family have a stress free mini vacation. It is a different way to do Niagara, and as my wife and I said...a good way to start off the kids with camping as obviously you aren't too remote...and if you can't cook on the campfire...head to Tims up the road.
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Date of stay: August 2020
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Nicole G wrote a review Aug 2020
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Save your money and dont go!!!! Almost $300 for one night and can't even use the pool. 10 person limit because of covid which ok but don't have more geust then!!! Cheaper to stay at hotel and way more to do elsewhere. Girl at pool not very nice either.
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Traveled with family
B L wrote a review Aug 2020
Toronto, Canada8 contributions4 helpful votes
We have been going to this KOA since maybe 1998 every year multiple times now all the kids (nieces and nephews) are all grown with their owns kids so of course we stopped going there for a number of years However this year once they were open with COVID restrictions we decided to go to this KOA since our children enjoyed it so much.now they were coming with their spouses and their children.. it was so much fun to show them where their parents spent their summers. However from the moment we got to the front the man that greeted us was a bit pushy (his t-shirt said Wayne) wont let us speak or ask a question had to just keep going on about Covid and KOA rules! Yes we know about the rules and masks etc we didn’t just come from another planet! He was very unwelcoming and we were made to feel like we were a bother coming there! Also he insisted when he drove by to always have to ckd on us by asking how many people on the site even though we had 4 cabins (3 side by side) and never had more than 10 people We stayed the 2nd time now in stage 3 I walked around the camp there were more than 1 sites where large families gathered but he never said anything to them ( I saw him drive by their site) We had a delux cabin this trip we saw the Rv prople across from us walk over to an unused cabin take the patio chairs and bring it over to their RV to use If we had done that he would of probably stopped and give us a slap on the wrist for doing that,anyway wihile we were there we felt like we were singled out and policed and picked on constantly by this employee .. but hey by now we should be accustommed to being treated like that right? just because of the colour of your skin Anyway rest of the facilites were amazing!
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Traveled with family
Patricia wrote a review Jul 2020
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We have loved KOA in the past. We understand things are different with COVID19, but still couldn't understand why the playgrounds were closed, when stage 3 had been entered and are allowed to be open. We felt that if so many services weren't being offered that the price point of what we are paying was not fair. Two of the staff driving the golf carts were out of control with their speed a couple of times. The park wasn't even at half the capacity during our stay. We had scheduled for another weekend in August but have since cancelled since our fee was outrageous to park a trailer. There is no flat rate for camping here. It seems they can charge what they want depending on the dates you choose. We can go down the street and be offered the same camping experience, with more things open for half of the price, which seems outrageous, but its true.
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Date of stay: July 2020
Cabin 13 wrote a review Jul 2020
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Rude staff, we booked 2 large cabins and from the start we were approached by rude staff here. Mr wanna be a cop / security Wayne was all over us to basically not even speak after 10 pm even tho many rooms / tents beside us were outside louder than us.
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Traveled with family
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Frequently Asked Questions about Niagara Falls KOA
Which popular attractions are close to Niagara Falls KOA?
Nearby attractions include Oh Canada Eh? Dinner Theatre, Niagara Falls (0.07 miles), Waves Indoor Waterpark (0.2 miles), and Niagara Falls Elope and Small Wedding Ceremony Chapel (0.6 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Niagara Falls KOA?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an indoor pool, free wifi, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Niagara Falls KOA?
Guests can enjoy breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Niagara Falls KOA?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Niagara Falls KOA?
Conveniently located restaurants include Scoops Restaurant, Chip N Charlies, and Strada West Eat and Sip House.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Niagara Falls KOA?
Yes, guests have access to an indoor pool during their stay.
Are pets allowed at Niagara Falls KOA?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to Niagara Falls KOA?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Lundy's Lane Battlefield (2.3 miles), DeCou House (3.9 miles), and Carillon Bell Tower (3.6 miles).
Is Niagara Falls KOA accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.