If you are a lover of the outdoors and looking for an economical vacation, Niagara offers some excellent camping facilities. We have not audited Bissell’s or KOA personally for accessibility and recommend you call ahead to ask questions specific to your own personal needs.
Go to Bissell’s Hideaway website
205 Metler Rd.
Set deep within the Short Hills of the Niagara Escarpment Bissell’s is just 15 minutes from Niagara Falls, Welland and St. Catharines.
Offers fully serviced sites with 30 amp service, water outlet and sewer connection for large trailers.
Tenters can choose a serviced site or a spot in the 40-acre tenting area.
Office and washrooms accessible (not personally audited)
Showers have fairly large lip and would not be considered accessible.
General store and restaurant both have a small lip.
One-acre crystal clear pool fully accessible with lots of activities for people of all ages.
Recreation hall has fully accessible washroom.
Chippawa Creek Conservation Area and Campground
Go to Chippawa Creek website
Regional Rd. 45
Day use and camping season is from the Victoria Day weekend in May through Canadian Thanksgiving weekend in October
Beautiful place – 30 minutes to Niagara Falls
Gate house hours 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Admission feee to grounds
Under the auspices of the Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority
150 campsites, majority offer electricity
Welland River onsite plus Dils Lake in the centre
One kilometre trail around lake is accessible
Accessible observation/fishing piers – lake stocked with bass
Trail abuts the beach area offering some beach access.
Canoes, kayaks, paddle and rowboats for rent
Accessible washroom building with accessible toilets and sink areas.
Family-style separate washroom with fully accessible toilet, sink area, shower with seat, no lip, hand held shower head, baby change station.
One of two large washroom/shower facilities is fully accessible and new in 2014.
Gatehouse/store accessible, parking area gravel, door not automatic. Staff will assist.
KOA Niagara Falls
Go to KOA Niagara website
Information: (905) 356-2267
8625 Lundy’s Lane (Hwy 20)
Niagara Falls, ON
The camping season is from April 1 – Oct. 31.
Located three miles from the falls.
Accessible facilities: (not personally audited)
Grocery store, souvenir/gift shop
Modern washrooms and showers and a regular bathtub used mostly for children
- Heated outdoor and indoor pools
- Kids’ heated wading pool
- Games room
- Free movies in July and August
- Saturday night karaoke
- Corn roasts
Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp and Resort
Go to Jellystone Park website
1-800-558-2954 (toll free)
8676 Oakwood Dr.
Niagara Falls ON
Ten minutes to the Falls. Just off the QEW.
Main washrooms, pool (no lift, wide stairs with railing in middle) and store is accessible
New, large, all-tile family-style bathroom with roll-in shower, toilet and open sink.
The park’s website is comprehensive.
We advise you to call or e-mail if you require something special.