The property is very clean. It is a good location to the Falls and a shuttle with a tour is even available (pricey, but all things Niagara tend that way). The pool has salt filtration and is clean (There are two, one is supposed to be heated, but definitely wasn't when we used it.). The showerhouse was one of the cleanest. Lots of recreation activities available, pickle ball, playground, bounce pillow, boats, tricycles, ball courts, horseshoes, bocci ball, and probably I'm missing something. The highway noise is ever present, but it is much more muted than other KOA's we've visited. The only real draw back was the mud. We drove in after a deluge and our site was muddy for our entire stay. It may have just been the timing, but if the sites are always muddy, it would be a shame to an otherwise great KOA.…
This was an AWESOME campground. We decided at the last minute to see Niagara Falls and only had a day or two dad time on the reservation. I was so glad I got in. We paid a bit less for a pull through spot that was a bit cheaper and they called it near the highway noise and would have a smaller space, no picnic table. That was totally fine. It was a level spot. We do not have kids but the play ground looked awesome with this neat little swing that was like on a roller coaster track. I wish I could have done that. Haha. The shower room was pretty clean. It is a very large campground. But because it is very near Niagara Falls and the amusement park nearby it was a great location. We were very pleased. The check in was a little slow due to the amount of people arriving before the park office closed. The ice was a bit expensive. If you do go to Niagara Falls t was priced very well at 25 a person for Maid of the Mist. Parking in the morning was 10 dollars but I was told by several campers that if you go in the afternoon the price goes from 10 to 25 dollars. But do not go expecting to do the Falls and then come out and eat. A lot of the restaurants were closed. Hard Rock had a very very long wait time and they really were not that impressed you have come to their establishment to eat. I’d pass if I were you. We like to do doggy daycare for our pups when we do an excursion we know they are safe and comfortable. I cannot find the name of it right now. It was a husband and wife team that did pet sitting only about 15 min from KOA. If I could give it anymore stars I would. And if I ever go back then I will stay there. Plus, they also have cabins and other places to stay in addition to the camp sites.…
Wonderful campground, cabins were awesome.we has 19 family members there, 3 double cabins with bathrooms which everyone just loved. The only problem was the heated pool was not working until the last day we were there. There were lots of activities for the kids to do. I recommend it. Very clean. Close to Niagara Falls.
Safe, clean campground. Great location near Falls. We checked in after hours, office closed, read the instructions at campground after hours check in board and choose the tent site. Host campers were set up next to us. In the morning we went to office to pay to check out and were told the cost was $167. That is not what the late check in board stated, $43. Also another $20 for the pet under 10 lbs .that was not on the late check in board. What a shock that was! NEVER EVER AGAIN! Go across the street to the Cinderella Campground & Hotel, only $55 a night, super clean bath house and laundry facility, we did.
We stayed about 5 days. We had a front patio A-43. Great spot. It is a busy place with lots of traffic in and out. The front was quiet. In back backs up to freeway, unknown on noise level. Be warned about that. Laundry and showers were great. Wifi, streaming and cable were all great. Falls are close as is Old Fort Niagara and going across into Canada. September great time less crowds and campground was not totally full. Spot was level and patio was great. Treat your self to premium site. Well worth the extra buck. We would stay hear again.
Two words....Impeccably maintained! Their attention to detail did not go unnoticed. The camps, grounds, landscaping, bathrooms, showers etc were all spotless! The exceptionally friendly staff was always around cleaning, grooming or securing the property and always greeted us with a friendly hello! They even escort you to your site. Every detail was so well thought out. Pools, playgrounds and amenities were all filled with happy kiddos. Quiet times were respected. Location was ideal for Niagra Falls. We would stay here again in a heartbeat....BUT with a trailer. Picture a big trailer, a big trailer a big trailer our mini 2 person tent, a big trailer, a big trailer etc. The open field sites were better suited for trailers than tents. We had literally zero privacy. The tall trailers even looked down into our tent. Awkward. Our fire ring was moved and was way too close to the neighbors. It made for uncomfortable conversations by the fire. One neighbor's dog leash went into our site and he left a little present for us. The other neighbors were a bit too friendly. No privacy...and we had no trailer to retreat to. When we called to make a reservation we requested a tent site with electricity and water. Our site had electricity but it was for trailers so our extension cord was useless and water and sewer and cable were for trailers too so basically, we overpaid for we were able to use. Oh well! We know better next time. We are used to tent camping and this site was not conducive. As such, we spent very little time at the site, staying away most of the day. Sad, really. We never took advantage of the facilities. Despite our disappointment in site location and overpaying for what a tenter could use, we would definitely go to another KOA and would definitely recommend this one. Just make sure if you are in a tent, you know where your site will be, unless you don't mind being the only tent in a sea of trailers. Happy Camping!…
Campground in great shape and the staff was very helpful and friendly. Beautiful west River bike path nearby an unexpected plus. Only about 5 miles from the Falls. Great facilities for kids. Our site was spacious and level. We will definitely stay here again.
This campground is only minutes from Niagara Falls. We splurged on a patio site which was VERY nice. The site was huge and at the front of the park. Lots of traffic in and out of the park. There are 2 dog parks which were nice for our pup. The kids enjoyed the banana bikes and the activities they had for them. We used the front pool most and was well kept. The back pool and Rec center was new and coming together nicely. There were bocce courts, pickle ball and corn hole. Cars didn't seem to follow the speed limit at all, which was concerning with the kids going around.
We had a patio site and our RV was perfect for the size. They are the nicest sites and I recommend. The pools are cleaned daily but the sides are very dirty and need scrubbing. They are vinyl and are in need of stretching. No railings are provided for an easy entry in or out. Many activities for families, nice playground for kids, and a great close location to the falls. I enjoyed my stay. I recommend.
The campground is well kept, the staff are very nice. The laundry room is very clean, the pools look very clean, although we did not use them as it was very cool out during our stay. Our site was pretty decent. Picnic table, fire ring, 50/30 Amp, water, electric, sewer, cable. It was very quiet days & nights. We were here from a Saturday to a Wednesday. There is a game room, pond with paddle boats, catch & release fishing only, 2 pools, only one is heated. There are a lot of activities they offer for kids, but our son did not participate in any as he is a teenager. We had an enjoyable stay & would stay here again!