- Banana Bikes ($)
- Canoe and Paddle Boats ($)
- Jumping Pillow
- Military Clubs
- Motorcycle Clubs
- Patio Sites
- Pet Playground
- RV Clubs & Rallies
- Tours ($)
- Video Arcade
Look at all the fun things to do here at the Niagara Falls/Grand Island KOA
Catch all the fun in our two Catch and Release Fishing Ponds
Try your luck in one of our fishing ponds. No license needed to fish at the KOA, see if you can lure in a nice Bass, Sunny, Carp or Bluegill. Live night crawlers for sale in the General Store.
Enjoy some time on the pond, boat rentals $5 for 1/2 hour and $8 for an hour.
Take a spin around the campground on one of our Banana Bikes, $5 for 1/2 hour or $8 for an hour!
Coin operated Video Arcade
Come on in and enjoy some old fashioned video games.
Flip Out over our new Jump Pad
Come have fun on our Jump Pad located near the Recreation Hall.
Campground EventsListing Calendar
Ice Cream Social
Cool your taste buds with our Ice Cream Social outside the Recreation Hall. Friday nights at 7 pm. Only $1 per scoop. Top it off with chocolate syrup, whipped cream and sprinkles! Father's Day weekend through Labor Day.
Come grab a scrumptious stack of pancakes hot off the griddle, sausage, juice and coffee at our pancake breakfast all for just $5 a person. Saturday mornings from 8-10. (Father's Day Weekend through Labor Day Weekend).
Join us in creating your own one of a kind tie dye t-shirt. Cost is $8 per person Saturday's at 11 am from Father's Day Weekend - Labor Day Weekend. There is no right or wrong way to tie dye!
Acoustic Duo and Hot Dog Roast
Broken Road, an acoustic country duo, will perform a free concert Saturday, September 19th starting at 4 p.m. Event includes a hot dog roast, sodas and ice cream (just $1 per item!).
All proceeds will go to Cancer Care Camps for Kids
Check out Broken Road Duo online at www.BrokenRoadDuo.com
Meet Your Hosts
"Book now for the 2015 camping season."
Ginny Rader, general manager of the Niagara Falls, NY KOA campground, knows what she likes when she sees it. She has been the manager here since 2006. "I love the wildlife, the seasons (yes, even the snow) and the people here," says Ginny.
Ginny's top goal is to treat her guests as she would like to be treated. "I like to know that my guests are having fun and enjoying the campground. We have many local return guests who are comfortable here, know what to expect, and love the activities that we do here in the campground."
Ginny loves camping, photography, motorcycles and gardening.