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Niagara Falls State Park gets you up close with one of the seven natural wonders of the world, with an astounding 150,000 gallons of water plunging more than 1,000 feet down the sheer cliffs every second. The park was founded in 1885, making it the oldest state park in North America. Within Niagara Falls State Park, you'll find a bevy of iconic attractions, including Maid of the Mist boat tours and the Cave of the Winds gorge experience. As well as showcasing the awe-inspiring falls, the park protects more than 400 acres of New York wilderness. A network of scenic hiking trails makes it easy to escape the crowds and experience the raw natural beauty of Niagara Falls State Park.
The park is open 365 days a year, so whether you're planning a summer road trip or a snow-dusted Christmas getaway, Niagara Falls promises a warm welcome. Ready to hit the road? Book an RV in Niagara County and you'll enjoy the freedom to explore the park at your own pace. With comfortable beds, well-equipped kitchens, and onboard facilities, RV rentals mean that home is where you park it.
Enrich your experience with a ticket to one of the top-tier attractions and experiences on offer at Niagara Falls State Park. Maid of the Mist is a signature Niagara Falls experience, with a double-decker boat taking you past mesmerizing American Falls and into the basin of Horseshoe Falls. There's no better way to feel the power and hear the roar of the famous falls. Cave of the Winds offers a unique chance to descend into Niagara Gorge and get face-to-face with thundering Bridal Veil Falls on the Hurricane Deck.
To learn more about the unique geology of the falls, don't miss the Niagara Gorge Discovery Center. Check out the interactive exhibits and catch a show in Niagara Adventure Theater. A short stroll away, Aquarium of Niagara gets you up close with more than 1,500 aquatic animals from the Great Lakes, Atlantic Ocean, and beyond. Want to see it all? The Niagara Scenic Trolley whisks passengers to popular attractions and lookouts throughout Niagara Falls State Park. Kids love taking part in the Niagara Falls National Heritage Area Junior Ranger Program.
If you want to escape the crowds, get off the beaten track and explore the scenic trails that wind through Niagara Falls State Park. Get the scoop on the best hiking routes at the Niagara Gorge Trailhead Center. From the one-hour trek along the Great Gorge Scenic Overlook to the strenuous Whirlpool Rapids Adventure Hike, there are options for every age and fitness level. Don't forget to bring your passport if you're planning to cross the mist-shrouded Rainbow Bridge and explore Niagara Falls from a Canadian perspective.
While there's no camping within Niagara Falls State Park, you'll find plenty of options a short drive away. From private RV parks to state-owned campgrounds, where you stay will depend on the size of your motorhome rental and your affinity for creature comforts. A stone's throw north of Niagara Falls, Four Mile Creek State Park offers more than 250 sites on the shores of Lake Ontario. You'll enjoy modern bathroom blocks with hot showers and flush toilets, as well as laundry facilities. Electric sites range from 10-, 30-, and 50-amp hookups. Score one of the waterfront sites for spectacular views over the lake. Another Lake Ontario campground, Golden Hill State Park maintains 50 sites, as well as yurts and a historic cottage available to rent.
Niagara Shores Campground is a favorite with families, offering a resort-style atmosphere with an outdoor pool, mini-golf course, recreation center, and full-service buffet restaurant. Niagara Falls North/Lewiston KOA offers a similar experience. In the nearby town of Cambria, Niagara's Lazy Lakes Camping Resort offers 270 RV sites. Kids love splashing in the heated outdoor swimming pools and paddling in the pair of spring-fed lakes.
While Niagara Falls steals the spotlight, there's plenty to keep you occupied in the surrounding area. A three-mile drive north, Whirlpool State Park is set on a dogleg in the Niagara River. The sharp bend creates a swirling vortex and frothy rapids, with a steep staircase leading 300 feet down to the gorge and offering a chance to admire the natural phenomenon up close.
History buffs shouldn't miss Old Fort Niagara, which recalls the French occupation of the 1700s. The historic fortress was strategically built at the mouth of the Niagara River and commands sweeping views over Lake Ontario. Today, it's been reimagined as a history museum filled with 18th-century weapons and Native American artifacts. In summer, costumed guides bring the fort to life.
If you're running low on motorhome camping supplies, drive 30 minutes south to Buffalo. The city offers a great selection of campervan rentals near Niagara Falls State Park, as well as attractions like the Albright-Knox Art Gallery and Art Deco City Hall building.