Niagara Falls North / Lewiston KOA

Address: 1250 Pletcher Road, Youngstown, New York, 14174 , United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1250 Pletcher Road, Youngstown, is near The Brae Burn Estate (Inniskillin Wines Inc.), Reif Estate Winery, Artpark, and Queenston Heights Park.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Niagara Falls North / Lewiston KOA Youngstown

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Travel Blogs from Youngstown

Niagara Falls

A travel blog entry by misocutlet on Jan 15, 2013

16 photos

... means they simply shortened the tour duration. That was the worst tour I had had taken.

The tour itself was also boring. We stopped by at a winery for wine tasting, which was obviously meant for souvenir shopping at the affiliated winery. We also had half an hour free time in historic Niagara-on-the-Lake village. Usually, "historic" village is a tourist hype which means there is nothing special to see. That was true to this village, too. They ...

Niagara Falls

A travel blog entry by travelswithduke on Jun 20, 2012

20 photos

... considerably improved from our prior visit. The entire US Park Service has done a wonderful job updating and improving our national parks and historic sites. The tourist stuff at Niagara is there but not as close to the falls as you would think. We drove on to a nice state park on the lake just south of ...

Day 21 – Wegmans and Niagara Falls

A travel blog entry by busybertrams on Jul 04, 2011

7 comments, 52 photos

... one and half hours. We drove through some beautiful countryside, with lots of people selling their home grown fruit and vegetables on the side of the road. There were lots of big barns, which reminded me of the Wizard of Oz for some reason.

We arrived at Niagara Falls on the American side at about 3pm. There are two ways to see Niagara Falls… the American, or Canadian side. If you decide to go over to ...

The falls AND pick your own apples!

A travel blog entry by travelingcanada on Sep 12, 2010

1 comment, 19 photos

... off a tree, but mostly busied herself with the apples on the ground. Margaret and I managed the rest and soon we’d picked a lovely variety of Empire, Mac, Red and Yellow Delicious, and a Cortland apples. We now have a 10 lb bag of apples in the bathtub in the trailer to keep us happy for weeks to come. We finished up just about the right time to hop on the train and tour the farm – the 20 minute tour was just right with ...