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Old 03-20-2009, 06:12 PM   #1
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Question Niagara Falls and Toronto Trip

Taking the boys on a trip from Kentucky to Niagara Falls and Toronto. Looking for suggestions on some nice GC to stay at.

It looks like the Jellystone park in Niagara is a winner but I'm still looking for a site near Toronto. Any suggestions would be great.

Are there any concerns on crossing the boarder with a 7 and 3 year old?? We have no passports but have birth certificates.

If you have any suggestions on thing to do please make them.

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Old 03-21-2009, 03:35 PM   #2
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Hi NK,
You may leave the USA without a passport, but you will not get back into the USA without a U.S. Passport Book or U.S. Passport Card. Children, traveling with their parents, ages 18 and under will only be required to present proof of citizenship, such as a birth certificate. Go to http://travel.state.gov/travel/cbpmc/cbpmc_2223.html for the details.

All of our children and grand children have passports. The process goes much smoother.
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thanks for the feedback and the link.

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There are a bunch of campgrounds within a block of the Falls. Jellystone is a nice park but its a bit of a commute. We like the KOA but its a little pricey. It does have an indoor pool with hot tubs and is open April 1.
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There are a bunch of campgrounds within a block of the Falls. Jellystone is a nice park but its a bit of a commute. We like the KOA but its a little pricey. It does have an indoor pool with hot tubs and is open April 1.
sounds nice, i will have to check it out.

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We have relatives in Toronto and go there twice a year. We always stay at the Indian Line Campground which is about 3/4 mile west of the 427 and about 4 miles north of the airport.

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I always stay here. http://www.toronto.ca/parks/recreati...ping/index.htm
Close to the Zoo.
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I have heard and seen Indian Line Campground on RV TV. It does look nice and plan to stay there this summer for a few days as we travel around Southern Ontario. Public transportation is right out the front entrance. As for Niagara Falls we stayed at http://www.marinelandcanada.com/camping/#tent Still a long way from Marineland but the closest we could find. (We had no Toad at the time and ended up taking a cab) Just gravel pads but staying on the canal was nice. You will need passports to cross the border starting June 1st or another form of acceptable id. Birth Certificates, drivers licenses are no longer sufficient.
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4 Mile Creek State Park in Youngstown or Youngston New York is about 5 miles from Niagra Falls and about 3 miles to the Canadian border. The rates at 4 Mile Creek was about $25.00/night and they take reservations. Lots of space between campsites, lots of open area, and a good place for youngsters to run off their extra energy, It is right on the lake with many spaces on the lake front. Spaces are dirt and grass but I had no problem with my 43' coach. Water and electricity at the site and a couple of dump station in the park. We stayed a week and would go back in a minute.
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I always stay here. http://www.toronto.ca/parks/recreati...ping/index.htm
Close to the Zoo.
What a great campground. I may add a couple more days in Canada to visit this park. Have always flown into Toronto and stayed close to downtown. We will be traveling west to east on 402/403/QEW enroute to Niagara Falls and this would be a great place to stay and visit Toronto.

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