All activities are on the Holiday weekends. Depending on camping volume at other dates we will announce upon arrival.
From Fathers Day Weekend through Labor Day Weekend!
Let us help you be a Happy Kamper! Weather an attendance permitting!
Pancake Breakfast with Sausage
Holidays only from 8:30-11am
Weekends depending on interest in partipation
Weekends with charge
Ice Cream Social!
Saturdays from 2-4pm
$1.50 for ice cream or rootbeer float!
Campground EventsListing Calendar
Planned Activities on Memorial Day, July 4th, and Labor Day
Week ends and Holidays, weather permitting,, and enough participation, Pancake Breakfast, Tie-Dye and daily scavenger hunts for children, FREE wine tasting with donation to children care camp, and $1.50 ice cream socials and Root beer Floats.
Don't Move Firewood
Here's how to help STOP THE SPREAD of insect pests: *Leave firewood at home - do not transport it to campgrounds or parks.* Use only firewood from local sources, we sell firewood at the General Store. For more information go to http://www.dec.state.ny.us/website/dlf/privland/forprot/health/firewood.html. Please do not bring firewood to the campground we do sell it in our General Store. Firewood cannot be taken into Canada!
Boat and RV storage
Are you looking for somewhere close to home to store your boat or RV in the winter months? We have outdoor storage at the campground for just $40 per month. Call the campground at 1-716-628-0356 for details.
New Honeywagon for pump-out service for w/e sites
Pump-out service for our water electric sites and seasonals, for a charge.
Meet Your Hosts
"We want to make our campers happy and would like them to choose us as their campground hosts while they enjoy Niagara Falls."
For Leigh Ashley and Fran Prior, owners of the Niagara Falls North KOA in New York, the timing for purchasing their campground was not what they had imagined. After purchasing their campground on September 11, 2001, they thought that no one would want to camp because of all the travel scares that were going on at the time. "It ended up being the opposite, though," says Fran, "because no one wanted to fly, so there was a big boom in camping."
Leigh, who formerly owned a bakery, and Fran, who owned an insurance agency, have been camping their whole lives, and had camped at the Niagara Falls campground quite a few times before purchasing it. "It was near our hometown, so we grew up there, and it was near Fran's grandchildren," says Leigh.
Since purchasing the campground, they have made numerous improvements, including newly paved and graveled entrances, and a beautiful park with huge trees. They have almost completed a electrical upgrade for the entire park. Since having a major fire in 2007, they now have a new store, bathrooms and laundry. "We want to make our campers happy," says Fran, "and would like them to choose us as their campground hosts while they enjoy the magnificent Niagara Falls."
When they're not at work on the campground, Leigh and Fran can be found gardening,knitting,swimming and enjoying the wildlife.