Park & walk to the falls - CANADA
This is a Boondockers Welcome host in NIagara Falls, ON
Max Rig Size
< 25 (ft)
Max Nights Per Stay
Same Day Requests
You will be camping closer to the stunning Niagara Falls (Canadian side) than anyone. It’s less than a 15 minute walk. If museums and souvenir shops are on your to do list, walk the other way about 15-20 minutes. You’ll find yourself at Clifton Hill, the street of fun at the Falls. Standing at the end of the driveway, you can see the Skylon Tower and Fallsview Casino a few blocks away (see pic). A quick walk. Avoid parking fees by parking your rig and walk or bike a short distance to local attractions. We are avid hikers and are happy to direct you to local trails. Lots of paddling options too. Are you more of a beach person? We’re between two lakes with great beaches. Due to city by-laws, fires are prohibited. But you are welcome to enjoy time on the deck under the gazebo. It can be a private space depending on if there are any bnb guests in the house. New friends! Speaking of bnb guests, please park so bnb guests can use the driveway and have ample space to park. The best spot is along the fence in line with the driveway. This way you’re in a straight line to get out without obstacles. Pets are welcome on-leash. Kids will enjoy the new playground across the street. There’s so much to enjoy in Niagara that you never thought of! Just ask! We look forward to meeting you! Suggested Local Attractions:The Falls Clifton Hill Fallsview Casino NIagara Parkway Niagara Glen Butterfly Conservatory Dufferin Islands Niagara on the Lake (NOTL) NOTL wineries Historical locations Haunted locations
Vehicle Suitability Information
Separate Tow Vehicle Parking
Outdoor Cooking Allowed
Electric Hookup: 15A
Quiet after 10pm plz.
Access Road Conditions: You will be safely tucked in the large lot behind our bnb. There is a driveway alongside the house. You may be able to turn around depending on the guests cars from the bnb but it may be easier to back in. The driveway has a little slope but hasn’t been a problem. The street is quite wide if you need to back in. Tow Vehicle Parking Details: Park anywhere in the lot.
Hosted By Hikeopath
We spent our first winter out of the Canadian cold in 2022. Learned a lot about dry camping; and avoiding wild donkeys and scorpions. I am a professional backpacking guide and have traveled to over 90 countries. I have lots of stories. Have always tented it but love rv’ing. Recently discover the Polaris Razor and are always on the lookout for fun trails. During 2020 we travelled/camped from Ontario to BC. In 2021, we went the other way and explored the Maritimes. Skills or Expertise to Share: Pro backpacking guide and everything outdoors is me.
Availability for RV Camping
References for this location from other RVers
2 months ago
We stayed for two nights and everything was as expected. Flat gravel parking behind the house in a residential area very close to the falls. Everything was clean and we felt very safe. Quiet at night. Very flexible and easy communication 😊 thanks for beeing part of this!
3 months ago
Great communication and flexibility as my plans changed before my stay. I highly recommend this Host and location. It is so close to Niagara Parkway and Clifton Hill. I’ll be back! Thank you!
3 months ago
Close to all that Niagara Falls has to offer. Quiet neighborhood , within walking distance to local attractions.
3 months ago
Very good location within walking distance of the falls. Seemed very safe, top Caribbean cafe three doors away.
3 months ago
I appreciate the owners allowing us to stay at their site without them being there. Since we were self-sufficient, I am unable to discuss water and electricity. We did find it challenging to access the wifi signal from our van. Unfortunately, the signal was not strong enough to make use of this. Niagara Falls Public Library has free and excellent wifi (a nine-minute drive away). The library is a great workspace, and there was plenty of free parking for small camper vans in the back. The best thing about this location is that we could see the Falls both day and night. Clifton Hill's vibe changes a lot from day to night.