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Old 05-12-2014, 06:11 PM   #1
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RV parks near Niagara Falls Canada or NY?

I am looking for suggestions for a campground or RV park in the vicinity Of Niagara Falls (We have passports). We don't require a lot of amenities, just hook ups WE&S preferred but not all are necessary. We are traveling in a class A 43' long & toad will be a flat trailer with the toad on it. Level sites & some space from our neighbors are important. Going to visit there in mid July.
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I am looking for suggestions for a campground or RV park in the vicinity Of Niagara Falls (We have passports). We don't require a lot of amenities, just hook ups WE&S preferred but not all are necessary. We are traveling in a class A 43' long & toad will be a flat trailer with the toad on it. Level sites & some space from our neighbors are important. Going to visit there in mid July.
Here's our spot at Niagara Falls/Grand Island NY KOA. Lots of space between sites and plenty of length.
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Four Mile State Park. Sites available right on the lake.

Beautiful park. Like camping on a glf course.

W&E only.
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I have reservations in Niagara Falls/Grand Island NY KOA in August. Four Mile State park does not have water at any of their sites. At least that is what their website states.
The KOA is suppose to be very nice
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Letchworth State Park at the top of the Fonger Lakes Region. It will be a little tight for a 43 foot and you will need to call about the trailer. I did not see an area for trailer parking but then I wasn't looking.
The park is magnificent, often referred to as the Grand Canyounof the east. Massive waterfalls along a gorge 200 feet deep. Beautiful stone walls that were built by the CCC during the depression. Worth the effort.
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Stayed at Four Mile Creek State Park last year and will be there the week of July 13. No water at sites unless your close to one of the water spigots along the road spread thru the park. I saw a few that were close enough to sites that allowed some just put a y on and ran a hose to the RV.


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Was at Grand Island KOA last Sept. Great place. Iwould go back
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We stayed at Four Mile Creek State Park, really nice, I believe we had w & e with 2 dumps onsite. Good bathrooms & showers, big sites, nice views, right on Lake Ontario. You get free parking at Niagra Falls if you stay at Four Mile because it's also a state park. We walked across the bridge to the Canadian side, easy peasy.
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How far to the falls from the KOA ?
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How far to the falls from the KOA ?
I measure 7 miles from the Niagara Falls/Grand Island KOA to the Falls on the US side. We did both sides and walked over to the Canadian side on the Rainbow bridge.
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A big plus for 4-Mile SP is you get free parking at the falls on the US side by showing your vehicle pass for the campground.

One negative thing we found out about the state park is some of the sites are not very level. That could be a problem in the OP's 43' Class A.
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A big plus for 4-Mile SP is you get free parking at the falls on the US side by showing your vehicle pass for the campground.

One negative thing we found out about the state park is some of the sites are not very level. That could be a problem in the OP's 43' Class A.

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Grand Isle KOA was very nice. Would stay again.
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A big plus for 4-Mile SP is you get free parking at the falls on the US side by showing your vehicle pass for the campground.

One negative thing we found out about the state park is some of the sites are not very level. That could be a problem in the OP's 43' Class A.

We do like four mile park but did not like the first space. We were able to change spots but it was early in the season. We have also stayed at both KOA's. There is a bus stop at the one on the Canada side and that is convenient to get to the falls. I do think the view of the falls is better from the Canada side. And do take one of the Maid of the Mist boat rides up to the base of the falls.
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