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Discover Buffalo, NY

Buffalo is New York’s second largest city, and although its population pales in comparison to New York City’s 8.5 million, it is the cultural and entertainment capital of western New York. Situated just a few miles from Canada, it has one of the busiest border crossings in the country with Toronto being only an hour and a half away.

Perhaps more than anything else though, Buffalo is known as the gateway to the famous Niagara Falls. Niagara Falls in Ontario has served as a major tourist attraction for over a century, and it’s in Buffalo that most Americans stay when visiting the falls.

Buffalo is served by a moderately-sized public transportation system consisting of dozens of bus routes and a light rail with 13 stations. Getting around town via public transportation is a suitable alternative to driving when you book an RV in Buffalo.

RV Parks near Buffalo

Due to the popularity of nearby Niagara Falls, there’s no shortage of quality RV parks in the Buffalo area. Most of them can be found a few miles north of the city, centering around Grand Island in the Niagara River.

Branches of Niagara and Niagara Falls KOA are both located on Grand Island and have full hookups for the Buffalo RV rental by owner. Branches also has zip-lining, a heated pool, and kayaks available for rent while the KOA has a dog park and fishing area. Several miles to the southeast, in Holland, is Mountain Meadows RV park which offers electrical and water hookups at all of their campsites.

Farther to the north, you’ll find Niagara Falls/Lewiston KOA, which has most of the same amenities found at the Grand Island location but is much closer to the famed falls. On the other side of the border, there's another Niagara Falls KOA, Riverside Park Motel & Campground, and Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Campground and Resort Niagara Falls. Crossing the border with the Buffalo RV rental takes about an hour, depending on traffic, but otherwise isn’t too difficult so long as you have a valid passport.

Exploring the City of Buffalo

When you rent an RV in Buffalo, you’ll be presented with a plethora of amazing tourist attractions to visit; the hard part will just be deciding which ones you have time for.

If you love cars, you absolutely must check out the Pierce-Arrow Museum and its collection of vintage vehicles including cars, trucks, motorcycles, and bicycles. The Buffalo History Museum looks at some of the most exciting points in the city’s history including the Pan American exhibit that features artifacts from the World’s Fair held here in 1901. If that’s not enough history for you, the Buffalo Fire Historical Society has some great exhibits regarding the city’s fire department and the tools that they used to put out blazes over the years.

Sports fans will love this city with both the Bills (NFL) and Sabres (NHL) making their home in Buffalo. The city has also fielded a minor league baseball team with the Bison, who play at Coca-Cola Field in downtown Buffalo.

When in Buffalo, you must try the regional cuisine: the well-known Buffalo wings, the much lesser known Beef on Weck, or there’s the Beef on Deck, a smoked and shaved beef sandwich on a kummelweck roll.

Getting Outside near Buffalo

Getting outside in Buffalo is easy with a multitude of great city parks along with big-ticket natural attractions. One of the best places to experience nature without leaving the city is Delaware Park. The Frederick Olmsted-designed space is crisscrossed by several walking paths and is also the home to the Buffalo Zoo along with Albright-Knox Art Gallery. Additionally, the Buffalo and Erie Botanical Gardens is a great place to go with the Buffalo motorhome rental if you literally want to stop and smell the flowers during your visit to the city.

However, one of the best things about booking a camper rental in Buffalo is having the freedom to go anywhere you like, including outside the city and away from public transportation. While not particularly close-by, the Adirondack Mountains five and half hours away make up the largest state park in the country and they serve as a veritable playground for hikers. Climb Whiteface Mountain, enjoy the views of the winter Olympic Park, or just paddle around Lake Placid.

Obviously, one of the most important sites to see when visiting the Buffalo area is Niagara Falls. The 167-foot-tall cross-border falls are one of the most impressive natural wonders in the United States and they are less than a half hour’s drive from Buffalo. To get the best views of the falls you’ll need to cross into Canada, however, the experience there can be rather overwhelming with hordes of tourists trying to snap a selfie. View it from the American side for a calmer experience and the chance to get a good photo without having to elbow your way through a crowd.

RV Rentals in Buffalo, NY

Buffalo, NY is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Buffalo. Outdoorsy's Buffalo RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby

Nearby to Buffalo are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Cuyahoga Valley National Park, Adirondack Park, Watkins Glen State Park, Ricketts Glen State Park, and Robert H. Treman State Park.

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What's around Buffalo, NY

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Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Letchworth State Park Gorge Trail Portageville New York
Letchworth Finger Lakes Trail via Mount Morris Dam Mt Morris New York
Bay Trail Webster New York
Hilton Falls Trail Milton Ontario
Conklin Gully 12 Falls Trail Naples New York
Niagara Glen Trail Niagara-on-the-Lake Ontario
Corbett's Glen East Rochester New York
Eternal Flame Falls Trail Orchard Park New York
Hunter's Creek Park Wales New York
Minister Creek Trail Sheffield Pennsylvania

Nearby Campgrounds

Branches of Niagara Camground & Resort

campground Grand Island, NY
When you?re looking for an interesting time in one of the most fascinating cities in New York, Buffalo is the pace to go. As far as RV traveling is concerned, the best places to hook up the RV is about 20 kilometers from the city center and with good reason, as the Niagara Falls are in the vicinity. One of the best places to pull in for a wonderful break is the Branches of Niagara Campground & Resort. Even if this campground had nothing else going for it, the sheer beauty of the surrounds is enough to make anyone want to come back for more. As it is, there are many activities to take part that is free or at an additional fee at the park itself, as well as clean and modern amenities. The park is about five minutes away from Niagara Falls, making it the ideal location for those who wish to see it.

Colden Lakes Campgrounds

campground Hamburg, NY
Hamburg, New York, is very well located for access to a host of activities and attractions in the upstate New York area, yet is perhaps itself a little thin on the ground for RV parks. However, the nearby Colden Lakes Campground is just a few miles east of Hamburg, and offers excellent RV facilities for both seasonal and weekend visitors. Recently upgraded, the park offers large pull throughs with full service hookups, but unfortunately the best sites along the lake shore are mostly taken by long termers. Being a real back woodsy type of outdoor park, there is not much in the way of amenities at Colden Lakes, but there does exist a lovely heated swimming pool, and a great little restaurant which serves excellent food at very reasonable prices. Although the 4 man-made lakes are somewhat on the small side, they are all well stocked with fish, and in the winter months the hiking trails are great fun on a snowmobile.

Southwoods RV Resort

campground Byron, NY
Upstate New York is one of the most scenic areas in the country. There are lots of things to see,, do, and enjoy Southwoods RV Resort is a family-friendly campground near the Finger Lakes, Niagara Falls, and Darien Lake. They are one of the best situated Rochester/Buffalo area campgrounds. This upstate New York RV resort offers incredible family attractions and activities like hiking, biking, fishing, swimming, bird watching, and more! Activities range from swimming in two pools to playing a round of mini-golf, Southwoods has activities for you on site as well as close by. Camping options range from tent sites to full hookup sites. RV Resort amenities include large pull throughs, 50 Amp service, Wi-Fi throughout the park, cable TV at most sites, fire rings, ice, ice cream, walking trails and even a rally area for large groups, The Resort is the ideal location for making an an excursion for shopping and dining in nearby Rochester, Buffalo, or charming Batavia, a great place to hunt for antiques and gifts.

Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens

attraction Buffalo, NY
Lush, tropical rainforests and everglades don?t often appear in the same area, let alone the same plot of land, which is why the Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens play such an important role in exposing patrons to the different floral landscapes. The gardens are housed in a pristinely kept premises, that features a different floral collection in each room. Guests can look forward to visiting displays such as the Florida Everglades and Panama Cloud Forest, as well as specific displays featuring tropical plants, orchids, and more. There is something for everyone at the Botanical Gardens and children can look forward to having some fun in the Wegmans Family Garden. There is also the Arcangel Gallery that displays fascinating works by amateur and professional arts in the photography and art categories. When in Buffalo, New York, the Botanical Gardens simply have to form part of the itinerary.

Sherkston Shores RV Resort

campground None, ON
Sherkston Shores resort offers 560 acres of beautiful landscape, topped off with two and a half miles of sandy beachfront. They are located on Lake Erie. Sherkston Shores is a great vacation spot. You can keep yourself busy with pools, waterslides, splash pad and a quarry stocked with fish. They are in Port Colborne, Ontario which is only 34.4 miles from Hamburg, New York. They are just 90 minutes away from the Greater Toronto Area and mere minutes away from the US border, Sherkston Shores is a fabulous vacation alternative that offers so much more! Their Lake Erie RV Resort is a camper?s paradise Sit back and relax at the beach, swim in the quarry, play volleyball, soccer or take part in a round of mini-golf or try climbing our Aerial challenge course or rock wall. They make Lake Erie camping trips easy. You can simply pull in, set up and enjoy. RV sites range from premium, pull-in, full-hook up, and electric/water only. Their sites can suit rigs of all shapes and sizes.

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Recommendations for Buffalo, NY from Outdoorsy Owners

This is a great place to visit - close to Niagara falls, but save the expense of the hotel - enjoy the best of both worlds. The Niagara Bus stops right out the frong.

Apr 10, 2018