Niagara Falls / Grand Island KOA Holiday

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  • 2570 Grand Island Blvd.

    Grand Island, NY 14072

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  • 716-773-7583

About Niagara Falls / Grand Island KOA Holiday

Categories
  • Campgrounds
  • RV Parks
  • Recreation Camps
  • Parks
Emails
  • niagarany@koa.net
Phones
  • Fax (716-773-8014)
  • Toll Free (800-562-0787)
Products
  • RV sites
  • Cabin sites
  • Tent sites

Sports & Recreation

Sports & Recreation
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YWCA of Niagara

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Ymca Of Niagara Fall

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Campsites

Lodging

We offer several lodging options from one bedroom cabins to a 5 star luxury lodge.

    Tent Sites

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      My wife made reservations for us at the Grand Island KOA by Niagara Falls. I knew that it would be expensive. She had told me $50 a night. But I swallowed hard and agreed since it was close to the falls and we like to camp. We had made reservations in April for our trip during July 4th week requesting a site next to our friends in their self contained trailer. We were told it would have to be across the street and we said that was fine. When we arrived we dicovered that the site across the street from them was already taken, that any more than 2 people on a site had to pay extra and that the site was about the size of a postage stamp. Barely enough room for our 2 tents and screen house with no room left over for the fire pit. Unless you wanted to set your tents on fire. The campground is owned by KOA corporate and run by a bunch of crusty old retirees that could care less about customer service. I'm used to staying at state campgrounds where there are rangers around 24 hrs a day but at the koa at 9:00PM all the employees close up shop and go to there little area ate the front where they stay till morning. So anything goes after 9:00. If I had known this what we could have done was stayed out all day. Come in after 9, set up some small tents and be out befor 7 the next morning. All for free since there's no one minding the store. This is the best way to stay at the KOA and I saw several people do this. For what you get, the money they charge you is absolute rape (about $80 a night for a family of 4). Next time we'll go to the best western ($99 a night including breakfast). KOA should be ashamed of themselves. They may have ripped me off once but they never will again. I will never stay at a KOA again. The worst of the worst.

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      My wife made reservations for us at the Grand Island KOA by Niagara Falls. I knew that it would be expensive. She had told me $50 a night. But I swallowed hard and agreed since it was close to the falls and we like to camp. We had made reservations in April for our trip during July 4th week requesting a site next to our friends in their self contained trailer. We were told it would have to be across the street and we said that was fine. When we arrived we dicovered that the site across the street from them was already taken, that any more than 2 people on a site had to pay extra and that the site was about the size of a postage stamp. Barely enough room for our 2 tents and screen house with no room left over for the fire pit. Unless you wanted to set your tents on fire. The campground is owned by KOA corporate and run by a bunch of crusty old retirees that could care less about customer service. I'm used to staying at state campgrounds where there are rangers around 24 hrs a day but at the koa at 9:00PM all the employees close up shop and go to there little area ate the front where they stay till morning. So anything goes after 9:00. If I had known this what we could have done was stayed out all day. Come in after 9, set up some small tents and be out befor 7 the next morning. All for free since there's no one minding the store. This is the best way to stay at the KOA and I saw several people do this. For what you get, the money they charge you is absolute rape (about $80 a night for a family of 4). Next time we'll go to the best western ($99 a night including breakfast). KOA should be ashamed of themselves. They may have ripped me off once but they never will again. I will never stay at a KOA again. The worst of the worst.

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      This was the first campground we stayed at on our cross country trip and the second-worst. I wouldn't recommend them for tent camping, as the spaces are too small and too close together. The site was not big enough four our truck and two tents...my son had to encroach on a neighbors area with his tent. Plus, it was crowded and we had "partiers" on either side of us. Fortunately, we didn't spend a lot of time there, only long enough to sleep. If you are tent camping at Niagara Falls, go to the KOA on the Canadian side...it's much better!

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      This was the first campground we stayed at on our cross country trip and the second-worst. I wouldn't recommend them for tent camping, as the spaces are too small and too close together. The site was not big enough four our truck and two tents...my son had to encroach on a neighbors area with his tent. Plus, it was crowded and we had "partiers" on either side of us. Fortunately, we didn't spend a lot of time there, only long enough to sleep. If you are tent camping at Niagara Falls, go to the KOA on the Canadian side...it's much better!

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      Message from Niagara Falls / Grand Island KOA Holiday

      UnforgettableNiagara Falls is 7 miles away; tour packages (you WILL get wet!) available here and pick up at the office several times a day (during season).�Fantasy Island amusement/water park (tickets sold here) is a short train-ride away from your site. Grand Island hosts two State Parks, bike paths, fishing in the Niagara River or two of the five Great Lakes, or try your luck at several nearby casinos.



      The City of Good Neighbors -Buffalo - is a short drive away and boasts interesting attractions: Albright Knox Art Gallery; Olmsted's Delaware Park; Frank Lloyd Wright's Darwin Martin House; see who's buried in Forest Lawn Cemetery; ride or stroll the bike paths along Niagara River or Great Lakes Seaway Trail. Explore Silo City and the Naval & Military Park on Buffalo's waterfront. Eat chicken wings at the place where it began - the Anchor Bar. Visit Father Baker Museum at Our Lady of Victory Basilica.Sports? Buffalo's got them; lacrosse, football, baseball, and hockey. Back at the KOA, fish at the two catch/release ponds; rent canoes, paddle boats and banana-bikes; enjoy the game room, basketball, playgrounds, pet playground and two pools (one heated with waterslides). Games and planned activities take place in season.



      We look forward to helping you make your vacation anexperience you will never forget.Niagara Falls/Grand Island KOA invites you and yourfamily to our campground.

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