Seasonal Camping in Niagara Falls

Seasonal Camping in Niagara Falls

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Camping helps us to enjoy time with friends and family in the outdoors, in nature. It can provide a welcome break from the stress of everyday life. Camping can range from rugged tenting in the woods to RVing at a full-service resort, and everything in between. There is always something for everyone, and the key is to figure out what works best for you. At Campark, seasonal camping is extremely popular. Throughout the spring and summer, many families come with their trailers and motorhomes and enjoy the amenities. Campark Resorts, your home away from home in Niagara Falls, Canada, provides the best camping activities.

Activities to Enjoy in Niagara Falls

  1.             Hiking

Hiking tours are a great way to spend time with the family. Exploring beautiful nature is the best relief of daily stress. Immersing yourself in nature is a refreshing method to escape from the stress of life. There is never a bad time to begin hiking, whether you are an experienced hiker or not. When it comes to hiking, most trails do not require any prior knowledge or equipment. All that is required is an open mind for adventure. Getting out into the fresh air can help you relax and unwind.  Campark is accessible to hiking paths in the region.

  1.             Niagara Falls

The gorgeous Niagara Falls is one of Ontario, Canada’s most important natural attractions, and it provides the perfect setting for you and your family to have the best vacation ever. Campark is located in the center of the Falls’ region, only five kilometers (three miles) from the Falls, making it accessible to families from all over North America. Niagara Falls WeGo bus shuttle service provides a comfortable trip with a clear view of the countryside to and from the Falls.

  1.             Niagara River Recreation Trail

Come with your bike and explore one of several bike trails that make up the area’s more than 300km of bike paths. The Niagara River Recreation Trail is 56 kilometers long and runs parallel to the Niagara River, starting at historic Fort Erie and finishing at Fort George in Niagara-on-the-Lake. You can ride the trail from beginning to end or start and finish wherever you like; there are plenty of bike-friendly businesses along the way.

  1.             Niagara Boat Tours

In Niagara Falls, the Hornblower boat cruise is very popular, and everyone should do this at least once. The foot of the Falls is a must-see for its breathtaking scenery. Guests can take a boat tour of the island, which departs every 15 minutes or so. This activity is safe and tries to bring guests close to the waterfall’s bottom. Although the trip is intense, it is not frightening. Take advantage of this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity if your children are okay with a bumpy ride.

  1.             Helicopter Rides

There is no better way to see Niagara Falls than from above. A helicopter trip is an exciting and fun experience for children. There is no minimum age requirement to ride one, and each trip can accommodate up to six family members. Keep in mind that each flight takes roughly 12 minutes if you intend to take turns with your family.

Campark in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada.

For your next camping trip, stay at Campark. The campsite is located just 5 kilometers from the Canadian Falls. Campark has a pool, a playground, mini-putt, and other activities for all families to enjoy. A local city bus service (WeGo) is also available to transfer visitors to nearby attractions. To book your next seasonal camping spot, get in touch with Campark today.