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Small area with grass and gravel. No "no overnight" sign. Close to the river. no shadow. it is close to the road but quiet. it is very close to the Chippawa boat ramp where you can not camp overnight. there is toilet over there. 200m walking.
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Nice spot. We had a quiet night, not a lot traffic from the road. You hear the niagara falls.Report Check-In
A nice place to put up our tent, close to the river and a ways past the boat ramp. There are houses across the road, but no one bothered us. Porta potties are down by the boat ramp. No toilet paper but lots of hand sanitizer. Quiet and fairly dark.Report Check-In
Lovely, quiet and peaceful. Arrived in the dark and left before sunrise. Slept to the crickets chirpingReport Check-In
nothing fancy. just a dirt lot next to the river. lot is about 50m from the road and houses. we ended up pulling our truck off onto the grass on the far west side of the area and boxed in a little privacy spot for our tent. couple of cats came and went from the lot during the night, but otherwise quiet. very few bugs. toilets are down in the main boat ramp area to the east. don't look like they get serviced too often.Report Check-In
Nice flat area. You could certainly pitch a tent, however you’re not far from the main road. It looks like the spot is just down from the pull-out. No signs or anything posted about parking or camping.
There is some road noise from the street, but it’s not a busy street.Report Check-In
Very good camping spot. Quiet next to a river. A few geese around. Beautiful sunrise.Report Check-In
Site is OK, the sourrounding is a lawn. There is enough place for your tent. The place itself is gravel. No sign with camping forbidden.Report Check-In