We stayed here in our motorhome for 4 nights. We did not spend a lot of time in the park as we were here to visit Washington, D.C. and our oldest grandson who is station nearby.
This is a very large, beautiful park just off IH66. The traffic on the Interstate did not bother us but you could hear it.
They have large pull through and back in sites with full hookups. a few sites we saw could prove challenging to get a rig level.
Cell service was good. WiFi is not available.
At the time we were there, they were decorating for Christmas with lighted displays over the roads and along side the roads coming into the campground. Would loved to have been there when they turn them on November 1st.
Going in to the park, as you cross IH66 on the overpass, your GPS may direct you to turn left but this will lead you to the Special Events area and shooting center. The campground is on the road straight ahead a little over a mile.
We stayed here in our motorhome traveling from New Hampshire to the Washington, D.C. area. We used this campground as a base for a trip into New York City. The area here also has Sam's Club, Best Buy, Gander Mountain, etc. so it is also an excellent area to do some shopping if needed.
Our GPS took us right to the campground but there are many turns and narrow roads going in so if you are not using a reliable GPS, you really need to look at a good map and plan your trip.
The owner and staff we really friendly and helpful. I understand that sale of the property was pending at the time we were there.
We had a good pull through space in the trees with plenty of space.
Cell signal on Verizon was weak and WiFi was not available.
Many people spend their summer there but they were all friendly and invited us to join in activities.
We stayed here for a month in our motorhome. We used this as a base for enjoying the many attractions in the area as well as a trip to Boston and Maine. The owners of this park are wonderful, friendly people and a delight to be around. Some travelers prefer to be in the Conway area but we like the quiet small town with little traffic.
All sites are pull through and level. Cell service was good as was the provided cable tv. WiFi was good when it was up but it did have times of no signal.
We stayed here 27 days in our motorhome. The main reason for coming here was to say I had fished the Battenkill river but it was a wonderful visit.
Most sites are in the trees although there are some around the field which are in the sun. We saw everything from tents, pop-ups, travel trailers, 5th wheel, large and small motorhomes. This campground is very busy during the summer through Labor Day so you really should make reservations. They do have several overflow sites but we saw many of these filled while we were there.
There are many seasonal sites. The people in those sites come from as far away as Florida to spend the summer. We met many of those people and they treated us like we had been coming there for years. We really felt at home. They even gave me information about where to go and what flies to use in fishing.!!
The people running the office and working around the campground would stop when we were outside and ask if everything was going the way we wanted and then just visit for a while.
The cable TV is not anything to write home about but then we were not there to watch TV - we could stay home to do that.
We highly recommend this campground for a day, several days or a month. It is a beautiful campground in a beautiful and historic area.
We were here for a week in our motorhome. This is a good central location for the museums in Corning and the Bath area. Also convenient to the Finger Lakes area.
Sites are good size grass sites with plenty of room for slideouts and awnings. Many are pull through.
Showers and restrooms are functional but nothing outstanding.
WiFi is free for 8 hours for each day - the 8 hours starts when you log in and renews each 24 hours. Unlimited access is available for $2/day of $12/week.
Cell service is good. Cable was good. No sewer hookup so you need to go in with empty waste tanks.
We were here for a week in our motorhome. This is a wonderful park on the shores of Lake Ontario. Cell service is good. Sites are huge with lots of grass and trees. Close to Niagara Falls and Old Fort Niagara. All sites are back in but extremely easy to get in.
Sites are electric only so you need to go in with empty waste tanks and full water. For tent campers, water is available as several locations throughout the park.
We stayed here for 2 nights in our motorhome. It is a short distance to Lake Erie and a short drive to Erie, PA. WiFi and cell service was good. All full hookup sites are back in while pull throughs are water and electric only. Roads in the park are narrow and windy so take your time. Some noise from traffic on IH 90 but not excessive. Nice lakes in the park for fishing and swimming.
We stayed here for a week in our motorhome. They have excellent rates if you are a member of Escapees, Passport America, etc. Be sure to check the directions on their website as most GPS will not take you to the right place. I did find that the Passport America database is correct on the location.
Be sure your waste tanks are empty going in as there are no sewer hookups.
The entrance road is dusty so take your time. The WiFi is on again off again but when it is on, the speed is good.
Good location to visit Elkhart, IN for RV Museum, various RV manufacturers. Also close to Shipshewana for Amish goods.
We spent one night here in our motorhome on the way from Michigan Upper Peninsula to Howe, IN. We were escorted to our pull through site and after we got parked, the gentleman said he wanted to move us to a different site because we wouldn't be able to open all our slides due to a tree location. They do pay attention to details when getting you parked. The pull through was great for us because we were just spending the one night - plenty of room without having to unhook the car.
Nice trees throughout the park. The roads are narrow so you will need to be careful getting to your site. When you get off the Interstate to go to the park, take your time and watch - it is very easy to miss the entrance. If you are traveling south, you will come around a curve on the exit and reach a stop sign - the park entrance is straight ahead across the street.
We stayed here for a week in our motorhome. The campground is divided into Modern and Semi-modern. The modern section consists of 72 sites with electricity and are suitable for tents and various RVs. The semi-modern section consists of 36 sites suitable for tents or RVs dry camping. You should go in with empty waste tanks and a full water tank. Water is available a locations throughout the campground. The dump station is easy to get in and out.
The restrooms/showers are excellent. I believe there were 8 or 10 showers. They are private with a locking door and a separate area for dressing with a bench and hooks for hanging clothes, towels, etc.
This campground is located on the Tahquamenon River and just across Michigan 123 from Lake Superior.
It is a short drive from the campground to Paradise, MI and a few miles further to the Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum.