The Niagara County Village of Wilson is a sleepy one light village and farming community that lies on Lake Ontario 20 miles east of Niagara , 62 miles west of Rochester and 37 miles across the lake from Toronto. The campsite borders Lake Ontario 2 miles west of the village and bustling Wilson Harbor with its many yacht clubs and marinas. There are a half dozen restaurants in the area.
The campsite lies on 36 lawned and treed acres just off route 18 - The Seaway Trail. There are lots for RVs and choice green areas for dry campers and tents. For the angler, fishing is conveniently accessible from our pier. A couple guides hang their hats right at Daisy Barn. Captain Roger at Papa Smurf Sportfishing, 860-480-3395 and Kelly Bob, 412-271-6636 both would be happy to run you off shore for a salmon or two.
A lovely gazebo over looks the water and pier, which along with picnic tables and barbecue grills are available for our guests use. A new fire pit and playground for the kids were added in 2012. There is available for our patrons, a bathhouse with showers and laundry room, and WiFi (for a small fee) is available in the RV area. The "Camp Site Club"/game room has a kitchen for parties and doubles as a social hall. You'll also find pool table for the adults and arcade games for the kids.The Fourth of July Fireworks display and Karokee night are just a couple of the theme nights which are scheduled periodically throughout the summer.
In the immediate area is the Tuscarora State Park, the Village of Wilson and Wilson Harbor. For more info on Wilson and area events, check WilsonOnTheLake.com.
Within 20 miles there is of course Niagara Falls and its numerous attractions including a Casino. There is fine dinning, numerous golf courses, vineyard tours and wine tasting and the historic Erie Canal at Lockport. To our west you'll find popular Fort Niagara and the lovely Niagara River villages of Youngstown noted for it's annual Regatta and Lewiston with their praiseworthy Jazz Fest and Art Fest. For info click here.. And finally, to our east the popular sport fishing harbor village of Olcott favored for its fishing derbies, charters and harbor life etc.