Date of Stay: August, 2009
It's a place to sleep while visiting area. Sights are ridiculously tight. Some are next to the road or literally in the playground. Photos show aerator on pond but it must have broke because pond is kind of stagnant now. Must not stock it anymore. My kid and all kids around us never got a bite. If you have a popup this is alright for you. If you have larger you will be staring at the next RV six feet from your seat under awning. If you're lucky your neighbor has a sewer donut because it will be near your table. Hookups are near road. You will need long hoses and cords to reach. Activity for kids is expensive. KOA takes 10 percent from reservations so owners make up difference charging for everything. They will not allow you to pick a site and now I know why. If I knew I was going to be by the county road I would not have gone. Previous reviews about rules were spot on. Rules aren't unreasonable but crabby attitudes are kind of funny. They should take a course on verbal judo to tell people nicely. You won't have to worry about partiers here. Restaurant was ok, showers are clean but they clean them from 10am-noon. One hour should be long enough. If you like listening to your neighbor's conversation at the fire or just need a place to crash while in Canandaigua this is just ok
Date of Stay: June, 2009
Park has made some improvements this year. But some, just make you scratch your head. Owner built a beautiful new pool: a little small for park size and a bathroom with no sink. I guess the kids wipe their dirty hands in the pool. Park needs: drainage, roads improved and the sites marked and delineated better. Stay away if its wet. Front bathrooms are small, old and dark. Bulldoze the thing and start from scratch. On the positive: there is good activities for kids on weekends. Not a bad place but could be improved. We would return as owner seems to be making progress. It just went KOA so might be getting tighter on sites.