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2570 Grand Island Blvd, Grand Island, NY 14072-1650
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#2 of 2 Specialty lodging in Grand Island
Unforgettable Niagara Falls is 7 miles away; tour packages (you WILL get wet!) available here and pick up at the office several times a day (during season). Fantasy Island amusement/water park (tickets sold here) is a short train-ride away from your site. Grand Island hosts two State Parks, bike paths, fishing in the Niagara River or two of the five Great Lakes, or try your luck at several nearby casinos.
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Laurie K wrote a review Oct 2020
West Seneca, New York352 contributions141 helpful votes
We wanted to camp for a weekend but as older folk we didn't want to tent camp and we wanted some place with our own bathroom and shower not a community one, so as I was looking a friend asked if I had ever stayed at a KOA...well joke on me I always thought KOA's were for like boy scouts, girl scouts , or groups to camp !!! So I looked into the KOA in Grand Island as it wasn't too too far from home. I liked what I seen in the deluxe cabins and as luck would have it they were offering $25 off per day because it was close to closing for the season. So I booked a cabin for the first weekend in October and we went. They come with all linens, towels, have a shower, sleep from 4-8 depending on the cabin, full size fridge, sink and a two burner electric stove as well as table in kitchen area, couch and they also have both heat and air conditioning. It was such a cute cabin all done in notty pine, just make sure you check out all cabins as they are all different in lay out a bit and sleep different amounts of people. They also have their own fire pits and outdoor table and chairs at every cabin. I was glad we rented later in the season as there were not that many people there with the Covid still around. I would not have wanted to be there when it was packed with trailers, renters, tents etc. There is alot for the kids to do a bounce pillow, bikes, paddle boats in a small lake, a playground. Then they have Bocce ball, ladder ball, 2 pools 1 heated and one not and during the summer busier months they do crafts on Saturday with the kids for a small fee $ My only complaint and why they didn't get five stars is that fact that when you book a cabin the price is for 2 people no matter how many the cabin sleeps. They charge you an extra $9.00 per person per day over 2 people to stay with you, so if you have 4 adults it's an extra $36.00 for them to spend the week-end with you. At between $145 and $175 a night you would think that would be a sufficient price to have 4 people in a cabin without charging extra. Also you cannot bring in your own fire wood as they lost a bunch of trees (200) to an ash beetle a couple years ago. You can either buy outside and bring in pre packaged wood or buy it in the store for just under $9.00 a bundle. It was cold the weekend we stayed and we went thru 8 bundles of wood in just one day/night out by the fire, as it rained the entire first day we were there. I would stay in a KOA again in another area and I am sure the cabins in each different KOA are a bit different. The plus was the KOA was right off a main drag so if you wanted to eat out you had a ton of close by restaurants and if you forgot something there was a tops within 5 minutes and also a Tim Hortons, so it wasn't like you were in the wilderness down some long dirt road, very convenient.
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Date of stay: October 2020
Room Tip: Any cabin with your own bathroom we rented C55
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JKW3 wrote a review Aug 2020
Livermore, California433 contributions96 helpful votes
The Good: The location is super (15 minutes to Niagara Falls and 20 minutes to Buffalo). The staff we interacted with were very friendly. The Bad: The WiFi was awful, spotty at its best. Our Verizon hotspot was pretty spotty here too. They should plant more trees! It's a very barren, boring looking park. For $119/night we expected better! FYI: Lastly, the RV park backs up to an amusement park, which was closed due to covid-19. I wondered how noisy things would be in the RV park if the amusement park had been open. As it was, the RV park was very quiet.
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Date of stay: August 2020
mgombkoto wrote a review Sep 2019
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania29 contributions9 helpful votes
We stayed in a cabin while visiting the Falls. It was small but cute and had what we needed (bed, bunks, small fridge and TV) We asked for a private cabin but were right next to several tent sites and other cabins and across from RV campers. It seemed as if the sites were right on top of other sites with no real privacy. It was a nice KOA but they didnt sell any food in the general store. Overall it was a nice stay but would have preferred a more private cabin and availability of food to cook on the fire.
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Date of stay: September 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Richard S wrote a review Aug 2019
Westminster, Maryland120 contributions21 helpful votes
there are a couple different sections it is campground and the premium area is really nice. The other area we rode through on our bikes and it seemed like it was clean and nice also. The pool is heated the game room is nice and the laundry look very nice. it is very close to attractions and a 15 minute ride to the falls. Would definitely return.
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Date of stay: August 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
David wrote a review Aug 2019
Wilmington, North Carolina6 contributions
My wife, two little fur babies and myself stayed here three nights in order to see Niagara Falls. The park is filled with fun stuff for the children. The sites are very close together so not much shade or privacy. We used the laundry room and met several friendly travelers. The room itself was very spacious and well kept. Overall it’s a nice park with the only exception is the price. We could have stayed in a five star hotel for what we paid. However if you want to be on the island and just a few miles from the park then that’s what you are paying for. Next time I’ll stay further away and save $75.00 per night.
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Date of stay: June 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
United StatesNew YorkGrand Island
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Frequently Asked Questions about NIAGARA FALLS / GRAND ISLAND KOA
Which popular attractions are close to NIAGARA FALLS / GRAND ISLAND KOA?
Nearby attractions include Elope Niagara's Little Log Wedding Chapel (4.3 miles), Whirlpool State Park (4.3 miles), and Fashion Outlets of Niagara Falls, USA (4.6 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at NIAGARA FALLS / GRAND ISLAND KOA?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a pool, and free parking.
Is parking available at NIAGARA FALLS / GRAND ISLAND KOA?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to NIAGARA FALLS / GRAND ISLAND KOA?
Conveniently located restaurants include De Dee's Dairy, Dick and Jenny's, and Bakery Restaurant and Lounge.
Are there opportunities to exercise at NIAGARA FALLS / GRAND ISLAND KOA?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Is NIAGARA FALLS / GRAND ISLAND KOA located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.4 miles away from the center of Grand Island.
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to NIAGARA FALLS / GRAND ISLAND KOA?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Chippawa Battlefield Park (2.9 miles) and Redan Battery (4.2 miles).
Yes, it offers wheelchair access and reduced mobility rooms. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.