Date of Stay:
September, 2017 -
We stayed in our travel trailer September 22-25. This is a pretty large resort with a lot of pull thru sites. Since we went off season it wasn't too busy but it was a heat wave. The lots are a good size but not a lot of tree coverage. Would have been nice if some rv sites were on the water even if there was a extra charge. However we were close to everything, restaurant, swimming pool and office. Every interaction we had was a pleasant one. The service at the restaurant was fantastic. We were at site #7 which is close to the restaurant. My first thought was this is going to be a nightmare with that. But as it turned out it was nice and even created a good feel to the place. They closed early, 10 on Friday and 9 every other nice. The pool was heated by solar..78&80 when we were in it. The lake was magnificent. There are rentals of equipment. My only suggestion is that more seating would be nice over by the lake area. It gets crowded over there on the weekends. Another added touch was security. Comforting to hear them going around later in the evening. They do have wrist bands but the kids wore them and we never put one on. Overall, beautiful resort and unbelievable view. We enjoyed staying and relaxing in a little bit of heaven. Thanks for the amazing memories for our family! We camped at Golden Beach Resort in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay:
August, 2017 -
We arrived on a Sunday and left on Wednesday night. There is two pools and a water area for the kids. The park is decent. If I were to complain about anything it would be the bikes the girls wanted to ride and they weren't working. They have security at the front which is nice. Very clean and quiet campground. The seasonal sites are mixed in with other but everyone was very friendly and we never felt like we were a bother even with 4 girls who couldn't understand quiet time was 10pm. Next year if we go around Niagara this will be the place we return. The pull through sites are very nice! Not a lot of trees tho. Some more shade would be nice. I will add that the roads around this park are well taken care of. From what I can see there is a lot of care taken throughout this park. We camped at NET Camping Resort in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay:
July, 2017 -
We arrived at 7pm with a 23ft trailer, the sites are small, difficult to back into and garbage left over from the last people at the site. We had to gather our picnic table and fire ring. The narrow roads and no signage makes it difficult to maneuver. There were 5 bathroom stalls and one door was locked and another was clogged. We arrived on a Sunday and it was a mess! I wish I had my Lysol wipes before going in there. They seemed to have some attention to them come morning. Not nearly enough washrooms for the amount of sites and only 1 dumping location. The smell of sewer was apparent. There is no separation between seasonal and visiting. Very loud, our 10 year old was frightened at 2am.
It's pretty clear that this campground focuses on the water park. The water park was alright, plenty of seating, umbrellas are nice to offer, lifeguards seemed good, some maintenance of the pool is required (tiles and stone coming off). Overall, the kids enjoyed themselves but if you're looking for a relaxing quiet time this isn't the place. The factory right across the street doesn't help the mood lighting for the evening. We camped at Bingemans Camping Resort in a Travel Trailer.
Close to shops if you forget anything.
Date of Stay:
June, 2017 -
We arrived at the end of June so prehaps they weren't staffed as they would be for summer. When we did interact with staff they were great. The park was set up nice and the seasonal trailers were separate, which was nice. Some beautiful lots. There was some construction taking place, hopefully to the embarrassing playground. The quarry was nice, but got bored of it quickly. Would have been nice to know that lifeguards were only there Saturday and Sunday.
If there was a broom around I would have swept those bathrooms myself. I stared at the same bandaid for three days. The snack bar was nice, would have also been nice to know that was only open Saturday Sunday. Overall, decent place to go, friendly staff but it lacks a public pool. We camped at Windmill Point Park in a Tent Trailer.