General Campground Information

Check-in / Check-out Time:

Check-in time for Cabins begins at 4:00 pm
Check-in time for RV sites and Tent sites begins at 1:00 pm
Check-Out time for all is 11:00 am

After Hours: If you arrive after hours with a reservation there will be a site map in the Night Registration box with your name and site/cabin number. Please come into the office before 10:00 am to physically register.
If you arrive after hours without a reservation there will be a list of available sites/rates at the Night Registration to choose from (please only select from this list as others may be reserved-take a site map without a name on it). Fill out the envelope and deposit it in the box. Also, please come into the office before 10:00 am to physically register.

General Store / Registration Office Hours:

9:00 am - 5:00 pm, Daily

Pool Hours:

Open May 27 - Sept 11
Hours vary through the season.

Laundry Hours:

Available 24 hours / 7 days

Quiet Hours:

10:00 pm - 7:00 am
Please remember that many guests are just traveling through and would like a good nights sleep. No radio or TV is to be on outside during these hours. No voices or other  noises to be heard beyond your site. Anything considered a nuisance to the peace and solitude of others will not be tolerated. No generators allowed at any time. Children must be in their site as well during this time.

Fire Rules:

For a full list of fire safety rules, click HERE.

Note: While we all enjoy a great bonfire, please remember to only use approved firewood.  Firewood with the Ash bug have infested our trees destroying over 300 this past few years.  Please don't Move Firewood - you could be transporting the bugs.
http://www.dec.ny.gov/animals/28722.html. Use only packaged firewood. You CANNOT bring loose firewood into the campground.  Fire can only be burned in the approved fire ring and the flame cannot be taller than 3 ft. Please remember to extinguish any fire before you retire for the evening and never leave fires unattended.

Wildlife Awareness:

Connecting with nature and wildlife.  Various types of wildlife big and small may be found on and around this campground.  Be alert and give them distance and respect.  Keep dogs on a leash and properly store food, trash, and cooking supplies.    
Your safety and the future of wildlife depend on you.

Propane Fill:

Propane tanks can be filled 7 days a week during our store hours.

Cancellation Policy:

If you need to cancel your reservation, you must call the campground before the deadlines listed below to receive your deposit refund, minus a $10 cancellation fee. Text and email notifications of cancellations are not acceptable. Not calling to cancel/no show will result in forfeiture of the entire deposit.
  • RV & Tent Sites: 48 hours cancellation notice is required. Please notify the KOA you have your reservation with by 4 p.m., two days before your scheduled arrival.
  • Camping Cabins: 7 days cancellation notice required. Please notify the KOA you have your reservation with by 4 p.m., seven days prior to your scheduled arrival.
  • Deluxe Cabins & Unique Accommodations: These units may have special deposit and cancellation requirements. Please check with your selected KOA campground location when making your reservations.
  • Reservations made after these deadlines require nonrefundable deposits. Cancellations made after deadlines will result in forfeiture of all deposits.
  • Holidays and special events may have special deposit and/or cancellation requirements. Special conditions may apply during high-demand periods and special events. Please check with your selected KOA for details.

Pet Policy:

Well behaved pets are welcome. Leashed at all times. Clean up after them. No pets in buildings or Pool area. Pet Friendly Deluxe and Camping cabins are available. There is a $25 fee per pet per stay for Deluxe cabins and a $10 fee per pet per stay for Camping cabins.

Visitor Policy:

You are permitted a maximum of 6 visitors. All visitors must register at the office before entering the campground and are permitted until 9:00 pm (a fee of $10 per person, 4 years and younger are free but count as part of the 6 visitors). Unregistered visitors/vehicles may be confronted by campground personnel and asked to leave the campground. Visitors will need to park in the Overflow area. All vehicles must display a visible car pass. Any vehicle without a car pass is considered trespassing.
We do NOT permit visitors on Holiday and sold out periods.

Speed Limit:

5 MPH

After Hours / Emergency Number:

716.773.4869

WiFi and Cable Services:

  • WiFi: You will need to connect to KOA WiFi, ask the front desk for the password.  Our WiFi is FREE and is intended for you to be able to check your mail, post on social, media, etc. It is not meant for streaming, watching movies, and things of this nature.
  • Cable TV: We do have FREE cable TV in all RV sites and Deluxe Cabins (some standard cabins). The list of channels is located in your Campground Site Map.

Minimum Stay for Deluxe and Studio Cabins:

There is a 2 night minimum length of stay on all Deluxe and Studio Cabins.  Please contact us at 716-773-7583 with questions.

Tent Limits:

Tents are permitted at tent & some RV sites only (tents are not permitted at cabins). There is a maximum of a one week stay in tent sites.

Site Guarantee Fee:

Did you know you can request a specific site number, site location or camp right next to family and friends? You can with our Site Guarantee Charge. A $25 site lock fee will be applied to your reservation.

Minimum Age:

There must be a responsible person 21 years of age or older register your site and there must be a responsible person over the age of 21 staying on the site for the entire stay.

Meet Your Hosts

Niagara Falls / Grand Island KOA

We are looking forward for our campers to enjoy all the new things at the campground this year!

Virginia Rader, General Manager of the Niagara Falls / Grand Island KOA Holiday, has been in the camping business for decades. An avid camper, Virginia loves to begin her day with a cup of coffee near the front pond watching the color water fountain and the fish jumping. "I love the wildlife, the seasons (yes, even the snow) and the people here," says Virginia.
It is so much fun to listen to the giggles of our young campers as they bike through camp, play at the playgrounds, and jump on the jumping pillow. Virginia'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." 
 If you ever wonder what great things to check out while visiting the area, or if you're looking for a yummy restaurant to grab a bite at, make sure you come see Virginia! She is happy to point you in the right direction, and get to know her campers.