10 Reasons to Visit Niagara Falls 1. The famous Niagara Falls – obviously! Need we say more? Visit one of the Seven Wonders of the World. See the 53-metre drop of the Horseshoe Falls from Table Rock. 2. The Fireworks: Watching the spectacular Niagara Falls fireworks show is fun for the whole family. Vibrant lights […]
Niagara Parks Botanical Gardens and School of Horticulture is both a school and a public botanical garden. It is maintained by dedicated staff and students with the objective to educate, cultivate, and preserve ornamental plants. The School of Horticulture students are responsible for keeping up the Niagara Botanical Gardens year-round. It has been open since 1936 with European-style gardens with […]
Here we have a shot of Campark’s swimming pool, hot tub, mini putt and splash pad. Not shown is our new bouncy pillow which is hours of fun for the kids. Add to that, the twice-daily hay wagon rides, kids’ crafts and movie nights and you have a jam-packed day of fun! Book now www.campark.com
“The bus will let you off at Table Rock.” “You can see the Falls from Table Rock.” What is Table Rock, you ask? Table Rock is a large shelf of rock that juts out on the Canadian side of Niagara Falls, Ontario, just north of the observation area. This came about in the mid-18th century just as […]
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The Welland Canal was originally constructed in 1829 to link Lake Erie with Lake Ontario and offer ships a safe detour around Niagara Falls. The Welland Ship Canal is part of the St. Lawrence Seaway, that connects the Great Lakes to the Atlantic Ocean and is used by ships to by-pass Niagara Falls. These ships […]
From Niagara Falls Tourism: https://www.niagarafallstourism.com/plan/free-things-to-do/ Top 10 Free Things To Do in Niagara Falls 1. NIAGARA FALLS Witnessing the extraordinary beauty of the powerful Niagara Falls with your own two eyes is available 24/7, 365 days a year, always for free. Whether you stroll along the Falls stopping for photo ops among the mist, or drive […]
I’d argue that the best part of camping is the evening camp fires where everyone sits around the fire. Old or young, everyone remembers that camp fire and how conversation flows and how food just tastes the best over the fire. Join us at Campark Resorts for the best camp fires anywhere!
The three waterfalls that make up Niagara Falls create the highest flow of any waterfall on the planet. The Niagara Falls are made up of three separate waterfalls – the American Falls, the Bridal Veil Falls and the Horseshoe Falls. The Horseshoe Falls are the largest and the Bridal Veil Falls the smallest. The largest […]
In July and August, kids are invited to make tie dye shirts on Sunday mornings. This is a hugely popular activity and campers are invited to bring their own pillowcase or white T-shirt to dye or buy one from us at a nominal cost. Join us for tie dye in 2018!
Niagara Falls is one of the seven natural wonders of the world so it definitely should be on your bucket list. The massive waterfall is located on the border between the United States and Canada. Niagara Falls welcomes nearly 14 million visitors yearly. Many of these tourists come in the summer months. Spring prices are […]