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Campark Resorts Family Camping

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May 4, 2019

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Campark Resorts is a premier camping location located just three miles from the famous Niagara Falls on 25 acres. Campark is family-owned and operated with four generations of the Van Kleefs involved in the park since 1982!

Imagine arriving in a family camping paradise in your motorhome or trailer. Don’t have a rig? No problem, stay in your tent or even in one of the 31 cabins. Once you’ve set up, cool off in our pool or splash pad.

Aerial view of playful activities

Cool off in the pool or splash pad / Photo: Campark Resorts Family Camping & RV Resort

In addition to cooling off, you can also relax in the hot tub. Kids can do crafts at our morning kids program and later jump up onto the covered wagon for a tractor-drawn ride around the park. They can then jump on the giant bouncy pillow, play in the Dr. Suess-inspired treehouses and then have fun in one of the playgrounds.

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There is so much for your family to do / Photo: Campark Resorts Family Camping & RV Resort

The whole family can wheel around on the pedal bikes or play nine holes of mini-putt at Campark. There are even movie nights and Saturday night karaoke. Enjoy breakfast in the barn or feast at their diner. For the older kids and adults, there is an on-site escape room and laser tag! In the evening, have a campfire and roast some marshmallows.

Niagara Falls Attractions

Step onto a WeGo shuttle bus at the front of the property and you’ll be whisked to any attraction in Niagara Falls. You can go to places like Marineland, the Skylon Tower (for the most amazing photographs), Niagara Skywheel, Clifton Hill (Niagara Falls’ famous street of fun which includes an upside-down house, Ripley’s and much more), Journey Behind the Falls, the Hornblower (the boat that goes right up to the Falls), Butterfly Conservatory and the casinos.

You can learn about the American invasion, the war and the history of Niagara Falls at Niagara Falls museums. Navigate the turbulent Niagara River, get drenched and have a blast on the Whirlpool Jet Boat Tour. Ride the suspended Aero Car across the Niagara River and see the whirlpool below. Learn how the Falls were formed at Niagara’s Fury. Enjoy a walk in the Great Gorge and explore Niagara’s flora and fauna in Niagara’s Glen. See lovely flowers, koi fish and shaped plant displays at the Floral Showhouse. Watch the fireworks over illuminated Falls in the evening.

Fireworks over Niagara Falls, Canada

Fireworks over Niagara Falls / Photo: Getty Images

Niagara Area

From Niagara Falls, you can visit Niagara-on-the-Lake, a flower-filled, tree-lined town with a quaint 19th-century charm. Niagara-on-the-Lake is home to the Shaw Festival where you can see world-class theatre or you can just stroll through the historic old town.

The Niagara Region is known around the world for producing award-winning wines including the sought after ice wine. Niagara is one of the few regions in the world able to produce ice wine.  Ice wine is made from grapes that are left on the vine and then harvested in the winter once temperatures are -8 degrees Celsius or below, resulting in increased sugar content. A drive on the Niagara Wine Route will reveal acres of vineyards and wineries. You can arrange at Campark Resorts’ store to have a tour arranged to your specifications.

Snow covered grapes

Snow covered frozen grapes on the vine for ice wine in the vineyard at Niagara- on-the-Lake area / Photo: Getty Images