New York Camping Guide 2013 - (Page 69)

niaGaRa ReGion Niagara Region Is it the power of the mighty Niagara Falls or the catch from the bountiful rivers and lakes or the rich history that attracts so many visitors to the Niagara Region? Three parks in the Niagara Region offer camping, two on Lake Ontario not far from the Falls – a most desirable destination for families visiting this incredible natural wonder. Niagara Falls State Park is the oldest park in nation, having been established in 1885. The Park offers an up close and personal experience at the Cave of the Winds or a ride on the famous Maid of the Mist boat tour. And be sure to check out the nearby Old Ft. Niagara and Frank Lloyd Wright’s Martin Complex State Historic Sites or play a round of golf at the Beaver Island State Park Golf Course. E =  w A B E F 2 2 2 ed Prog rams Power Boats Boat/ Canoe Boat La unch Organiz s Store Shower Trailer Dumping ing** / Natur e Trail Playgrou nd Hiking Min. Nig ht Stay NIAGARA REGION - Niagara Falls 716-278-1770 Regional Office 82  w Evangola (716) 549-1802 E Four Mile Creek (716) 745-3802 275  w E 59  w Golden Hill (716) 795-3885 E Swimm Numbe r nYsoffice of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation Sites of Cam psites Niagara Falls Cave of the Winds L = = = = = GI = = = = = GI = = = = GI = Some campsites are partially or fully accessible. Contact the park for more information. Available Tent RV Auto Access Boat Access only Electrical Sites ($6-8) Foot Access G H I J K L Recreational Programs Hookup Available (electrical, water & sewer ($12) Environmental Interpretation Rentals Available Platforms Available ($3) Lake Swimming M NS O P Q R Pool Swimming Non-site specific Ocean Swimming Bay Swimming Stream Fed Swimming River Swimming | 1-800-456-CAMP 69

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of New York Camping Guide 2013

New York Camping Guide 2013
New York State Map
Finger Lakes
Long Island
Thousand Islands
Cabins and Cottages

New York Camping Guide 2013