Date of Stay: June, 2016
We stayed here for one night after visiting Niagara. We loved the campground - it was very clean and there were a lot of activities for the kids to enjoy. The negatives were that it is a little pricey (I think our total was $78 including tax), the water pressure was not great, and our WiFi was spotty. On the plus side, the bath houses were lovely and clean. There were so many things to do - the evening we stayed, they had a nature show and root beer floats at the activity center. Lots of yard games for families, and my boys were very impressed at the basketball court.
Date of Stay: October, 2015
We stayed here for 2 nights in an RV. The park has lots of space between sites, which we loved. Hiking trails and paved roads throughout for the kids to ride their bikes on. They do not have much of a store - no firewood is sold there, so make sure to get some before entering the campground. I did not go in the bathhouses but my kids checked them out and wouldn't use them. Very relaxing place to stay overall!
Date of Stay: June, 2011
We stopped here as we were passing through to Wisconsin. The people working were very friendly and nice, the campsite was very clean. My kids went fishing and were so happy to catch fish after fish. We used the bathroom showers and they were clean and warm. The kids had so much fishing, we stopped here on the way back home too.
Date of Stay: August, 2010
We stayed here for 2 nights and had a great time. There were programs for the kids, which they enjoyed. The pool is small and deep (not great for little kids). The bathrooms were clean, the showers had good pressure and warm water. The park was very clean, but our site was sloped and even with our jacks we couldn't get level. Nice hike to see the buffalo and the small museum. Also, a hike to a fishing lake, a miniature golf course. Lots to do!