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Bissell's Hideaway, Pelham

Categories: Water Parks, Theme Parks, Water & Amusement Parks
Inspirock Rating:
3.9/5 based on 45 reviews on the web
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  • Lot to do for kids...pool, water slide, zip lining, rock climbing, fishing, paddle boats. They also had lots of family activities going on in the rec hall all the time. 
  • Been visiting this place for nine years as my family has trailers at the park. Huge swimming pools, water slide, splash pad, paddle boats, mini putt, playgrounds, basketball courts, tennis courts, hor...  read more »
  • We went to bissells last week, the entire family loved it (including one teenager and one 9 year old). Bissells safe, large environment provides a place for children to wonder and have freedom... A gr...  read more »
  • We travel in a Tiffin Class A towing and always prefer Class A parks. Very family oriented with community functions causing high traffic and noise. About 25 minutes from Niagra Falls. Poor Narrow country roads to access. Use their address for GPS guidance. Access best from Foothill, ON. Paved drives with concrete pads available with 50a full hookup. Trees need trimming. Gated. Armbands. Limited TV from Buffalo NY. Nice restaurants in Fonthill and Pelham about 10 minutes or less. Petty Theft overnight. Never met staff. Reservations were ready at gate upon arrival.
  • The Good: Family Oriented Good things for the kids to do at the rec center most days Pool and splash pad are nice Fairly clean Fairly quiet Basketball courts are nice Park employees seem helpful Nice playground equipment Nice very large shade umbrellas scattered around The Bad: Hardly anyone working there over 18 yrs old Almost every lounge chair around the pool has a broken back The after hours emergency line is an interesting ordeal Lifeguards walk by trash in the pool Dogs off leashes 5 out of 6 paddle boats have broken or missing back rests on one side Inconsistent rules depending on which lifeguard is at the attraction (ie. your child may or may not need a life jacket on the paddle boats) Some things cost money in addition to your cost to stay Wifi not accessible in all parts of the resort (even common locations) Arcade is very small, very old games and very expensive (or broken) Mini Golf looks like it hasn't been updated since the 70s and is broken and very slanted (still somewhat fun though) Tennis court is very rough (people use it to let their dogs run) Volleyball courts are rough Half the horse shoe pits are unusable Occasionally large bus loads of camp kids get dropped off and they swarm attractions Everything in the gift shop and restaurant is expensive Trash in an otherwise nice pond Lifeguards use the "emergency" phone by the pool for non-emergencies Essentially if you get a good deal or stay in a tent it's a good bargain. If you get an expensive site you may feel over charged. It's not a terrible experience but like a lot of things in the Niagra region it just might be past it's hay day. Expect to see a lot of middle aged tattooed people with drinks in hand wearing bathing suits that they should not be wearing at all hours of the day wandering around or laying around the pool.
  • There is so much to do here. Fantastic for families as there a ton of activities for kids. The rustic cabin isn't anything fancy but still a good value as it can sleep 4. Only downside is regardless what accommodations you have, everything is very close to each other. Very little privacy.
  • My family and I rented a studio cabin last weekend.... it was absolutely perfect.... very clean and cozy!!! We really enjoyed ourselves...Kids loved the pool and splash pad ... PERFECT for a family getaway. .. we'll definitely be back next year.
  • Garbage. Cost us 250 dollars to tent for 3 days. 1 toilet for every 300 people at a camp. Wood is 10 bucks. Its July water at pool is freezing. Considering the price to stay please spend a few bucks to heat the water. At the entry to the poolsite washroom it says bathers must take a shower prior to entering a pool. Guess what ? Showers are paid!!!!!!! No outside shower. The lifeguard told me dont worry about the shower......great. It would be ok for 30 bucks a night. At 80 its a flippin rip off. Bissells no more.
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