Date of Stay: July, 2007
We stayed on a full-hookup, pull-through site. The site was not bad - fairly level - but it was too small. The area you had between the picnic table and the next site was very close. There were some other pull-through sites that had more room, but it looked like they were reserved for the big rigs first, and the littler guys last - which makes perfect sense. The laundry came in very handy since our dog decided to pee on our bed the first night, and then her own bed the night before we left. The store had small packs of detergent, softener and a change machine for the laundry. Everything worked perfectly. The hiking trails were nice, and there was a dog walk area with disposable bags provide - nice. The staff was good about emptying the garbage and refilling the bag dispenser. We would stay here again, but only if we got a bigger site.
Date of Stay: June, 2007
The park was clean. There are a lot of different activities - such as a kids basketball tournament when we were there, horseshoes, mini-golf, and more for everyone. The sites are a little close together, but not bad. We had a very nice corner lot so we didn't have to look at the back of another group's camper. The views are very nice! We were very impressed with the facilities - laundry, store, meeting room for large groups, rec hall, and much more. We will stay here again when visiting family.
Date of Stay: May, 2007
We stayed here for 4 nights over memorial day weekend with my extended family. This is a nice, small, quiet campground right on the St Lawrence River. There is a nice beach area, playground and excellent views of the sunset at night! You're close to downtown Alex Bay, and there are many shops, marinas and fishing near by. There are no full hookup sites - only electric and non-electric sites. But they do have a dump station that was easy to get to but the water hose at the station to flush your black tank was missing it's end - made it impossible to flush the tank. Would stay here again, but only if my family insists. Otherwise, I'll take the travel trailer to a campground with more hookups for the convenience.
Date of Stay: May, 2007
We stayed here in May to attend my sister's graduation from Mansfield University. I've stayed here before and enjoyed it again this time around in a travel trailer! The lake and views are wonderful. Hiking trails are great. The sites are clean, big and well laid out. My only complaint was that we had to use the showers and bathrooms one day (new trailer water heater issue) and they were not as clean as they could have been. Other then that, this is a GREAT place to stay! It's about a 15-20 minute drive to Mansifeld but there is a gas stations and shops near by.