Niagara Falls North KOA attracts tent-toting campers with its numerous amenities and proximity to popular attractions, including Niagara Falls. With a fire ring and picnic table, each campsite affords campers the opportunity to cook and eat their dinner rustic style (additional charge for firewood). Outdoor adventurers can plug in their hair dryers, phone chargers, or cotton-candy machines with the included electricity, and clean campground restrooms and showers and free WiFi help ensure a pleasant overnight experience.
When water freezes it not only expands, it makes for great grace and sport. At Mitchell Skating Center, experienced coaches take advantage of that fact to lead figure-skating and hockey classes for everyone aged 4 to adult. Those 30-minute lessons ensure individualized attention and cater to all skill levels. During classes they teach basic skills and even have walkers so beginners' wobbly legs won't send them tumbling too often. Private lessons are available as well, and, when ready, skaters can join teams to experience the icy thrill of competition.
Grand Island Fun Center is an 18-hole mini-golf course, but it's also a go-kart track. It's a place to practice baseball and softball fundamentals, but it's also an arcade. Many of these activities could stand on their own, but Grand Island's sprawling facilities give visitors myriad playtime choices, from cooling off with water-balloon battles to hopping around a bounce house. Guests parched from lining up putts or trying to power go-karts by foot can refuel at Nutty Nellies, an on-site snack shop serving nachos, burgers, and drinks.