We stayed here so we could visit Niagara Falls, it is about 20 – 30 mins away. This was a clean well run campground. Sites are a good size, ours was a little bigger because it was the first on the line. We have a 34′ travel trailer that we parked without a problem. This campground is right on Lake Ontario and on a clear day can see Canada. There is a lot of open space and had a relaxed atmosphere.

It has very few amenities, but it does have wifi included which was useable. Bathrooms were clean and laundry was good. It also has a small playground for kids.  The kids picked apples from a tree but unfortunately the apples were rotten. It was late in the season, end of September.

Verizon was terrible at the campground and in the area.  I was able to make calls but the internet service was poor.  My phone was losing power halfway through the day because it was constantly trying to find a signal.

The sunsets are amazing and the lake is beautiful. It is close to Niagara Falls and Niagara Power company Museum, Fort Niagara, a State Park which you can bike to and has lake access, and Lockport part of the Erie Canal.

It is good campground. It is cash only so bring cash with you there are very few banks or options to pick up cash very close.

Bench On Lake
They have a bench on the lake to watch sunsets or just relax.

 

 Our site, #2, it was a little bigger because it was the first on the line.
Our site, #2, it was a little bigger because it was the first on the line.

 

Canada Across Lake
Hello Toronto.

 

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