Date of Stay: October, 2015
This is a bit smaller park but open and easily accessible by large rigs. Seasonal sites are huge, transient sites are a bit close and the site next to you will be facing your door. Good way to make friends but some privacy reduction. The transient area is mostly open with just a few smaller/new trees between sites. Fire rings are located at the ends of the site and do present a problem for longer rigs turning in/out of the sites. Dump station would be very difficult to get to with a larger coach. Bathrooms are small but clean. WiFi worked but pretty typical it was very slow. Useable for email mostly. 8 rating is based only on the closeness of the sites and problematic dump station.
Date of Stay: June, 2013
We visit here each year. The sites are large (50x50) and have plenty of room to stretch out. We were beside the playground so it was a bit noisy on the weekends with all the kids playing, but that is not something we mind at all. The cost of the pass also allows you to park in the other area State Parks. We will actually be back here in August.
Date of Stay: May, 2013
First time we have stayed here in many years. Nice park with long (50') pull through sites. Roads are plenty wide enough for most vehicles. The turn into our site was a little tight for the truck and 5er, but once in it was fine. We were just getting away for the weekend but had a great time and met nice people. One note - make sure you leave enough room for rig and tow vehicle in your site - no tires (not even a little) on the grass. Full hook up site would have been nice. Careful as some of the pull through sites have a curve in the middle of them. This could be a problem for larger rigs.
Date of Stay: October, 2012
The price per night is the only issue we have with this CG. Overall good value for the money but still high for a weekend out. Mostly level pull through sites with most of the CG having been updated or worked on recently. We have stayed many times and they are still working to keep this a top notch CG. Our site was approx 70 ft long and our 40' camper and truck fit with plenty of room. Activities were scheduled even this late in the season. Indoor pool was refreshing.
Date of Stay: September, 2012
We camped here two weeks in a row - first for the RV show at Hershey, then to pick up our new Camper. Sites are a little close to each other, but considering the proximity to the area attractions, not surprising. The freight train runs by the campground and can be heard at all times of the day and night. The weekend seemed to be less frequent. We stayed in both the Hilltop and Woodland sections. Some of the sites in the Hilltop area are small and back-in was tight. Overall a very good park. Staff was very friendly, good Wi-Fi, and good cable service.
Date of Stay: August, 2012
This is a great state park. No water at the sites but plenty of fill up stations. Electric only. No cable, no Wi-Fi, but we are out there to camp and relax right.. Cell service is spotty - the three hundred loop had best service when I walked around trying to survey the service. Google Street View actually has a complete view of the campground. Sites are large and spacious. Use your park pass to get into the other state parking areas around Niagara when visiting the area.
Date of Stay: July, 2007
Overall this was a nice campground. The staff was friendly and helpful. Too many running around fast on golf carts, saw several near misses. Good base camp for beach activities. Good pull thru sites. Electric was good and WiFi worked well.
Date of Stay: May, 2007
Just watch the sites. We have a 34' travel trailer and they originally gave us a site not big enough to fit a tent trailer in. Otherwise a nice campground overall.
Date of Stay: March, 2007
Excellent resort style campground, although the sites are a bit close. Everything is always clean and in good shape.