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Old 03-15-2016, 07:36 AM   #21
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You can transport firewood within Ohio but cannot take it out of state or bring in any from out of state due to the emerald ash borer issue


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Old 03-15-2016, 07:50 AM   #22
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We did the jetboat ride it was pretty cool, one of the guys said it takes a year of training to be a driver.
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Old 03-15-2016, 08:06 AM   #23
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You can transport firewood within Ohio but cannot take it out of state or bring in any from out of state due to the emerald ash borer issue


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Not True! We cant even take F/W from County to County,in OHIO! Youroo!!
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Old 03-15-2016, 09:28 AM   #24
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I believe Bissels in Canada is where the FROG rally was a couple of years back and the after comments on the forum was how nice the place was and convenient to all attractions around the Niagara Falls, Canada area. Regarding firewood, yes NY has a ban on moving firewood too. However, I far as I can tell there is no "firewood police" out there looking in RV'ers trucks and campers for firewood. Most places just sort of expect you to burn what you bring. I have traveled from western NYS through out New England and south to Atlanta always with several bins of firewood with me. I don't leave any behind when pulling out of campgrounds. If you look around I would venture to guess that 85-90% of the campers in eye sight at minimum brought in their own firewood. Now going into Canada with firewood might be a different story, but if staying state side I wouldn't worry about it.
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Haven't been personally but I have a buddy who takes the family to Sherkston Shores every summer and swears by it... apparently a great beach. So consider that an x2.

As far as Niagara Falls (Canada) attractions, the DW and I were just down to Bird Kingdom and it was great. You can book tickets online for around $10 of your money. Sorry about your luck but we do have the best view of both the American and Horseshoe falls too.
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I can't help you with the US side but if you want stay close to the Falls, then the Niagara Falls KOA would be a good choice. If you are travelling with kids, you could look at Sherkston Shores near Port Colborne. We've stayed there 5 times and our teenage boys always enjoy it. It's a half hour drive into Niagara Falls.

There are many threads here on the forum about things to do and campgrounds in the area. Just do a search on "Niagara Falls". Personally, I'd stay away from tourist traps like Clifton Hill and opt for Niagara-on-the-Lake, the jet boat ride and the Butterfly Conservatory.

Another point for the Niagara Falls KOA is that there's a bus stop literally right in front of the campground. Real easy to walk out and grab a bus down to the falls. No need to worry about trying to find a parking spot downtown. This is what we did when we stayed there.




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