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Cabins
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Group
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Drinking Water
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
About Niagara Falls Grand Island KOA

Unforgettable Niagara 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). Martin's 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.

Fee Info
Adults 18+, Kids 5-17, Free 0-4
Operator
Private
Access
Drive In
Boat In
Features
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Market
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Reservable
Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
WiFi
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RVs and Trailers
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Water Hookups
30 amp Hookups
50 amp Hookups
Pull-Through Sites
Max Length: 60 ft.
Location
Niagara Falls Grand Island KOA is located in New York
Latitude
43.0313 N
Longitude
-78.9729 W
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11 Reviews of Niagara Falls Grand Island KOA
Great little layover

We arrived late and our site info was in the night drop so all good. It is right off the roadway so there is some road noise. However it is a heavily populated area and we just needed a layover place to base out of for our quick visit to Niagara falls. We left the RV at the KOA and drove 15-20min to the falls. We timed our visit well the park was pretty empty in mid-October but the weather was still nice. Would recommend this koa for visitors to Niagara.

Cute place

Great for families. Very safe, spaces were a bit small for a tent site. Great amenities pool/showers/ games for kids. Very safe feeling and friendly staff

Very convenient

Nice campground with many amenities. Typical KOA. You can schedule tours of the falls in the office. Tour bus stops at office. Restaurants nearby. Note: if you are coming in from the southern side, DO NOT GO THROUGH DOWNTOWN BUFFALO like we did! PAY THE TOLLS!

Good base camp to see the area

The tent sites are fairly level.  Tent sites with water and electricity are well maintained and work as advertised.  There is little shade in the campground which can make tents hot during the day.  Campground services are good.  Bathrooms were generally clean and functioning.  The two pools are a nice feature in the summer heat.  Laundry area is open 24/7.  There are two dog run areas.  Camp store has essentials as well as extras.  They also have excursion packages for sale to local sites.  Staff are friendly and responsive to any issues.

Close to NY side falls and local attractions

Stayed here to easily get back and forth to the NY side and border crossing at the falls. Nice sites and access right to the amusement park located next door. Playgrounds, pool, dog play area, cabins, tent sites and full hook up back ins and pull through sites.

Lots of fun for families

Good size campsites, mostly open. Grassy areas for tents. Fun activities for all ages of children. Clean facilities.

Convient location, GREAT pool

My child had a blast. the tent site wasn’t private or fancy but the rest of the facility was great. staff super nice. we arrived in middle of night and paid the next morning. very convenient. the pool is awesome.

Clean, well maintained, family, fun camp close to Niagara Falls.

Nice campground with 2 swimming pools, playgrounds, fishing ponds, jump pad. Friendly staff. Few shaded camp sites. We camp from our motorcycles in a tent & appreciate shade & trees for privacy. This was lacking in this campground but proximity to Niagara Falls & other amenities made this campground good for this trip.

Great stop for a visit to Niagara Falls!

The proximity to the Falls makes this a great stop for a sight seeing road trip

KOA Grandisland

very quiet location it is big rig friendly. They have two pools but close really early. The staff is very friendly and the amenities are well kept. There is alot of activity for kids which a theme park being nearby.

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