I want to start off by saying that this is a wonderful campground. There are so many great things to mention...the grounds are beautiful, the service is outstanding (our sink was clogged and they were there in 10 min and it was fixed), The cabins as well as the grounds are very clean. The attention and quality that was given to the cabin decor is very evident. That being said, we were disappointed by a few things. The first being the price. The regular season rate for the deluxe cabin we stayed in ranges between $175-$186 and we stayed during the off season which was $158 per night. With that price combined with the other reviews, we were looking to be impressed. The cabin (while nice) is very small. My husband is 6'1" and did not fit in the bed. It is a full size bed and has a log frame which made it seem much smaller with no room to hang your feet off. The bedroom hardly has room to walk on both sides of the bed. There is no stove in the cabin. we had to cook all meals outside . That does present a problem when you arrive late at night or if there is any sort of bad weather. We did bring two grills but they were propane, i would recomend bringing an electric skillet of some sort with you. The cabin offers little to no storage space for anything except maybe the loft where you climb up 8 steep ladder like steps. We had no room to unpack our clothes or toiletries. The heater is in the front of the cabin and really has no way of reaching the bathroom or bedroom. they do have a ceiling fan that helped but the cabin was so cold when we arrived it took the entire night to get warm. The table can fit 4-5 comfortably as can the cabin. We had 2 dogs, 2 adults and 2 children and I do not think another person would fit well. We all felt very cramped and our dogs are quite small. That leads me to a big complaint that I had. They only offer 1 cabin that is pet friendly, cabin 6. The deluxe plus cabin (the highest they offer) has more room and regular (safe) stairs to get to the loft. However, those cabins are not available for pets. This is by no means "roughing it" and it is in the middle of grand island surrounded by stores and you can hear some noise and see the lights from the city. Over all they are what they advertise to be " a camping resort" . They also offer a wide range of extra activities but they were all closed for the season when we arrived. I feel that the price should be dropped much more for off season camping. Also, all of the camp sites they offer are very close together.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Camping in Niagara Falls has never been this much fun. Located on Grand Island, NY, this is a perfect location to enjoy your family and the outdoors while visiting Niagara Falls. We offer lodging in our log cabin rentals, spacious RV camping and tent sites. Sit lakeside and relax at our eight-acre scenic lake or try your hand at fishing, boating, or even take a ride on our zip line! This is camping at its finest. Our 70 acres of natural beauty, secluded settings, and courteous staff make us Western New York's most desirable campground and resort. ... more less