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Old 09-19-2013, 07:22 PM   #1
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Camping in Niagra Falls

As anyone been camping there lately. I am thinking about taking the kids to see the falls but would like to stay on Canadian side. Is customs a major hassle??

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Old 09-19-2013, 08:37 PM   #2
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We stayed at four mile creek state park. Located on the shores of Lake Ontario only 15 minutes from the Niagara Falls. Also campground fees allowed us into niagra falls park. Would highly recommend

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We stayed at four mile creek state park. Located on the shores of Lake Ontario only 15 minutes from the Niagara Falls. Also campground fees allowed us into niagra falls park. Would highly recommend
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DW and I spent our teaching careers near Niagara Falls...and also sugges Four Mile Creek State Park. Check requirements for crossing border....I believe you need passports now, and you will want to visit the Canadian side. I highly suggest the Butterfly Conservatory and the Aviary which are both located on the Canadian side, and spend some time at Niagara On the Lake. And....get some real Buffalo wings at the Anchor Bar and Grill in Buffalo.
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Crossing the border is not a hastle, just a few reminders about passports for everyone and no "extra Protection" is allowed.
We cross over with our MH many times a year including later today when we will cross over to Michigan.
There are a few good campgrounds on the Canadian side and after checking out most of them we prefer the KOA on Lundy's Lane. They have an indoor pool and hot tubs as well as programs for children on weekends.
Check out Niagara on the Lake and some of the many wineries in the region.
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