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It’s hard to find a vacation destination more relaxing and exciting than Niagara Falls. The best way to gain easy access to both the natural and city attractions in the area is to book an RV in Grand Island. This city has tons of great attractions for you to enjoy while you get out and explore one of the most amazing areas in the country. An RV rental in Grand Island, NY, allows you to make your trip as multifaceted as you like. You can explore the area with the rental RV and camp out in choice locations throughout the region, or you can park the Grand Island RV rental and use the NFTA-Metro to get around to the nearby landmarks and attractions.
Upstate New York has a lot the enjoy, both on the U.S. side and in Canada, just across the border. Powerhouse port city St. Catharines, ON, is packed with big-city attractions and over 1,000 acres of dedicated parks and gardens. The city of Buffalo is worth a visit and is less than a 15 miles away. Rochester is just over an hour’s drive to the east and boasts gorgeous views and a unique, lakeside culture. And, when you rent an RV in Grand Island, the famous falling waters of Niagara Falls State Park are just a 10-minute drive to the north.
Power up the rental RV in Grand Island and tour this scenic region, brimming with varied naturescapes and views. Niagara Falls State Park offers tours of the breathtaking cascading falls, or explore the area for yourself as there are multiple ways for you to creatively experience this geological gem.
You can visit a more low-key spot like Oppenheim County Park for the neighborhood atmosphere and a nice barbecue. This park covers 92 acres and is filled with playgrounds, nice trails, and the spirit of the city. Niawanda Park is a great place to go and wind down after the action of the day. This beautiful park follows the river and is a superb spot for boating or an afternoon picnic. If you enjoy the waterfront, you will definitely also want to check out Gratwick Waterfront Park, a relaxing place to walk the trails or just enjoy the wide open green areas.
All of the parks around Grand Island are so scenic that they all deserve a visit, and Ellicott Creek Park is another one of them. This 165-acre park is open year round and has many trails to explore, allowing you to venture out through a variety of vegetation. Taking the nature expedition to the next level is Buckhorn Island State Park. Covering almost 900 acres with a variety of terrain, there’s much to explore here where you will feel like you have stepped into another world due to your amazing surroundings. Kayak or canoe the backwaters of the Niagara River, or fish from the scenic shoreline.
You might also want to bring your Grand Island motorhome rental to Beaver Island State Park to enjoy a nice sandy beach, fishing, swimming, and a nearby marina. By land or water, the region has all the outdoor expanses to make your Grand Island camper rental vacation an experience that you’ll cherish forever.
With so many amazing landmarks in the area, it should come as no surprise that finding a spot to make your base for your Grand Island travel trailer rental adventure is relatively easy. Branches of Niagara Campground & Resort is one of the options, with beautiful sites and decent amenities. You can find shopping, gas, and restaurants by the highway nearby to keep your trip running smoothly.
Niagara Falls/Grand Island KOA is another choice, with comfortable sites and the various amenities that KOA campgrounds are known for. You can also find restaurants and entertainment within walking distance, with shopping not much farther away.
There’s also the Niagara Falls North/Lewiston KOA, which brings you to a quiet, rural part of the area in Youngstown, about 20 miles away. You could also try Skyline RV & Camping Resort in Darien Center, with a waterside location and amenities like two swimming pools, a Wi-Fi hotspot, and lots of outdoor recreation options. Just a few miles down the highway, you can find shopping and gas stations.
After you’ve experienced the roaring waters of Niagara Falls, plan on spending a day or two around Grand Island. At Fantasy Island amusement park, the whole family is in for thrills and fun. Then you can take the kids to learn about carousels at Herschell Carrousel Factory Museum. This former carousel factory takes visitors through the history, and the ins-and-outs (or all-arounds), of the timeless carnival ride.
Niagara Falls Boulevard is a great spot to hit for local culture and some of the best shopping in the area. Head to the skies at Niagara Aerospace Museum with its array of exhibits. Then you can bring it back down to earth at North Tonawanda History Museum where you can dive deep into local history.