Local Area Attractions
Shuttle Service (WEGO)
Bus transportation to the falls.Tickets for sale at the KOA front desk. 2 day pass on bus is included in the Niagara Parks adventure pass.
We have a relaxing indoor heated pool complex with two hot tubs and sauna. Enjoy our two GREAT outdoor heated pools and our JUMPING PILLOW. Also we have an outdoor movie screen, mini golf, planned activities for children, game room, bicycle rentals, shuttle bus service to Niagara Falls and also to both The Fallsview and Casino Niagara.
We offer a licensed Patio, serving Cold Beer, Frozen Cocktails, pizza, wings, burgers, etc.
Marineland Theme Park
At Marineland Theme Park , there are fun-filled shows for all. One price covers all Marineland attractions. They offer free parking. It is open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. during the summer months of July and August. Off season hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Rides are open from May 18 to September 29 and the park is closed from November to early April.
Historical Town, Niagara-on-The Lake
Be sure to take some time and visit the old town of Niagara-on-The-Lake. Beautiful shops, cafes and catch a show at the Shaw theater.
Jet Boat Niagara
Established in 1992, Whirlpool Jet Boat Tours has been providing guests with trips of a life time! Experience awe-inspiring scenery, guided tours, the excitment of entering the Devil's Hole Class 5 White Water Rapids and the thrill of entering the world famous Whirlpool! Great for all ages 6+ (minimum 44 inches). Wet (as wet as swimming) & Dry experiences available. Canadian and US departure locations (Niagara Falls, ON Niagara-on-the-Lake ON & Lewiston, NY). Open May 1 - October 19."
Old Fort George
A Brief History of The Fort
From 1812 to 1814, Niagara was a hotly contested battleground, invaded by armies of the United States. Through that bitter conflict, Fort George played a vital role.
No visit to the town is complete without a tour of the venerable Fort George National Historic Site of Canada, where British soldiers, Canadian militiamen and Aboriginal peoples fought to ensure that Ontario was not annexed to the United States.
Fort George has been restored to the War of 1812 period and contains buildings furnished to recreate the site as it would have been during war
Toronto is only 80 miles away on an excellent four lane highway. Take a drive and visit Ontario's capital city.
Queenston Heights Park (Brock Monument)