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Date of Stay:
June, 2018 -
Ok this is a oversized parking space for you to park your trailer with hookups. Call it a campsite, I wouldn't. It is however someplace to stay, sleep in your RV and everyday see NYC. Great location. Parked Saturday when I got there and never started my truck again till leaving a week later. You can walk to places to eat, the subway, and a ferry. There is a guard on staff so you can feel comfortable. A well laid out information pack and a clean place to take a shower. If you are looking for something different then your normal camping experience, then this area will not disappoint. We camped at Liberty Harbor RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Be prepared - the parking here is tight - just enough room for your RV. Nothing extra.
Date of Stay:
June, 2017 -
Nice park campsites that are a little close for some and a lot of space for others. Loops are marked on a map and some signs along the road to help you find your way. Our spot was very good, level grass area with enough room for a smaller trailer and a large truck. There were the average fire rings with a grill on one side. Fire wood for sale but there were plenty of fallen branches dry and ready for a fire. The bathrooms were clean but quite old looking. Showers were not so good, press button for a short bit of water. Handicapped shower was raised up on the floor for wheel chairs but water from that stall would run under to the other stalls. The dump station is among one of the cleanest and best, We camped at Shawnee State Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay:
June, 2016 -
Great campground very thick wooded sites with water and electric in the back where we stayed. Night was dark no lights, just like I like it. Ad said a working farm where you can fish and see animals, you did drive through a farm on the way in but animals? Only saw a few cows across the field. The fishing was a bit of a disappointment, 2 ponds were not stocked and were covered in green. The camp store is not well stocked.
This camp reminded me of the campgrounds I would go to as a kid some 40 years ago, a trail wide enough for your car and a cleared spot for you to make camp, in the thick woods not a lot else except water and electric. The bath house was clean but the showers need some work very open and would feel quite exposed using them.
The location was great everything you need was just around the corner.
I would recommend going here. We camped at Greenville Farm Family Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Shopping is just down the road most anything you could want.