8 RV Parks near Angola, New York
We did however find 8 campgrounds within 25 miles of Angola. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Angola in the left hand column.
Jun 2016 - $30.00
If you are taller than 12'5" WATCH YOUR ENTRY!! Hwy 5 from South and Hwy 249 from East both have RR overpasses at 12'5", must come in from North (Angola on the Lake). Rate reflects midweek, 30 amp and out of state fee (even though we pay income taxes here for employment). Nice park with spacious sites. Chose a site (#34) that we could see the water a little through the trees from our 35' motor home. Nice beach and lifeguards, but very small swimming area for size of beach and usage. Verizon OK, but no reception for T-Mobile. NYS law requires recycling but Evangola breaks the law with no recycling (hum, good example). Dump available but takes some maneuvering because it is on the wrong side. - BandD
Feb 2016 - $55.00
This facility was filthy. The stove didn't work. The furnace did not work and made a loud pitch sound through the night. The cabin had mouse droppings and we saw some mice above beams. We left after a few hours. Slept in our vehicle to pass the night. We were told we would be given a refund. Spent almost $600 Canadian for 4 nights. Given back less than half with no apologies. Just a: "You should expect cabins to have mice," story. Horrible place. Never ever, ever use their cabin. Save your money: go somewhere nice. - Tega
Sep 2014 - $92.00
When we arrived on Thursday September 11 at 6pm at Evangola state park, no one was at the office. It was closed with an envelope that had our key taped to the door. We went to our room and tried to check things out before it got too dark. We kept hearing a strange beeping noise coming from the carbon monoxide monitor. You couldn't concentrate, much less sleep with such noise. We tried the heat and it didn't work and then we turned on the stove and that didn't work either. Then we noticed mouse poop on the mattresses, the stove top was dirty and we opened the oven and that was filthy. We thought this was a little weird. 30 minutes later we noticed 1 mouse walking on the ceiling beam and a few minutes later another mouse. We made the decision to sleep in our car that night since we couldn't speak to anyone as the office was closed. The next morning we told the park receptionist lady about the situation in the cabin. She told us that nobody had been there in a week to clean or check the state of the cabin. She said, "With the cold, mice might have gotten in." She said she didn't blame us for leaving and would be happy to start the process of a refund she was very apologetic and gave us her number so as to call if any concerns. After 3 weeks and we did not hear a thing from her, we started inquiring as to when we would get our $350 refund. We were forwarded to the park ranger gentleman, who informed us that they do not give refunds and that mice are common in cabins. (I've never encountered mice in any cabin I've been to here in Canada.) Finally, after pleading my case he acquiesced to a partial refund. (It took over 2 months, but I got a little less than $100 refunded.)
I advice any who are interested in this state park to think 2x before booking a cabin. The park itself is a disappointment. The lake is not swimmable. There is nothing to do there, and of course mice in the cabins. I wish I knew this before wasting my time and money and then having to go to a hotel to spend the same amount.
Beware. - Tega
Sep 2017 - $27.00
There's a very nice lake there for swimming. - har-fl
Jun 2017 - $40.00
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. - Chrissy8
Oct 2013 - $50.00
This park is built around a large quarry with very good water sports possibilities. The quarry also means they cannot install sewer, so they offer a pump-out service for long stay, as well as a dump station. The owner was very helpful to us. The transient sites are mostly located on the waterfront and in a clear area affording a very good satellite shot. We will probably stay again if in the area. - wandrr
Jun 2016 - $40.00
We stayed here from June 6 to 13, 2016. Our site was on the far side of the quarry, full HU. Paved site and patio area. Lots of grass. Beautiful view, right on water edge. But, VERY WINDY. Could not open the awning most of the time. Bonus, though: We had WIFI, although not all the time. Watched NETFLIX some nights! This is a good resort if you have kids. LOTS for them to do. If you're looking for a quiet, peaceful campground, this is not for you. They used to allow cars on the beach, but not anymore, which was disappointing for us. - Monique_F
Jul 2010 - $93.00
First the good! This is a huge BEAUTIFUL resort. Lake Erie is gorgeous with lots of beaches and very clean water. We had a premium site which was worth the extra dollars. Huge with enough room for our almost 40ft fifth wheel and long bed truck to easily fit in the paved pad. Overlooking the Quarry in a big grassy site. VERY nice. There is a lot to do for the kids, enough golf carts that we all got one (8 families in all). Make sure you get one or bring bikes. You'll never make it walking everywhere, too big. Store was decent. Pool and waterpark area were OK. Kids liked the bungee jumping swings and other various games at the pool. Security was patrolling constantly; everything was great! I would have given this place a "10" if we had only stayed Mon-Fri like the rest of our group. BUT we opted to stay the weekend as well. Oops, it was Canada's civic holiday weekend. We went to Niagara Falls on Friday and when we came back the resort was full of all new campers. Mostly loud and obnoxious teenagers and 20 somethings. Golf cart speed with loud music increased with loud screaming and music well after midnight each night. Not sure what happened to security, but we will NEVER stay here again on a weekend. - letsgorving
Aug 2009 - $90.00
Been here before, will be back... it is a great 4-5 star resort with lots to do. Wonderful area if you somehow manage to be bored. WARNING... if you are tenting/Tent Trailering, be advised that the washrooms are notoriously poorly kept. Most times very dirty and not enough for the amount of people that stay there. If you are there in something that has it's own facilities, then you are probably OK. Other than that it is a first class resort. Quite noisy and party atmosphere. Not to all's taste for that reason. - rpm2203
Jul 2017 - $28.00
Very friendly people at the reception and on the park. Due to peak period (Canada day) and much rain the cleanliness of the restrooms and showers was not as good as a camping should deliver, but it was often checked and kept in ok status. - Josh2017
Jul 2017 - $38.00
Nice folks in office B U T sorry to say: This campground needs some TLC. The elec supposed to be 50 amps and wasn't. Panel was miswired. Once I corrected this prob found panel had a bad breaker! Grounds need some improvement. Many permanent poorly looking trailers. Surprised they are referred by AAA and Good Sam. - MarcBarb
Aug 2016 - $34.00
We pulled into the park late in the afternoon after going to Niagara Falls. The lady was nice. She said that she only had 30 amp sites on the ends of tent sites. We tried all four back in plugs, but kept tripping our AC breaker. We finally found a site among some seasonals. This site was marginally better. Voltage was down to 110 volts. At 6 AM, the voltage was 118 then dropped down to 108 when I unplugged at 9. I definitely would check voltages if you are planning on staying. I will not be back... - 1dinky
Jul 2014 - $35.00
Colden Lakes is an "OK" campground. The sites are very plain and have water, electric, and sewer. There is not much else beyond that as for amenities at the sites. The section that we were in had the sites on top of each other with about a 10 foot strip of grass between the sites. The premium sites that actually faced water were already taken up by the full timers. Many of those sites actually had wood decks built and sheds. The different sections have security gates for vehicles. In order to access your area, you need to have an electronic access card. You are required to pay a $20 deposit for the access card. The $20 is refunded when you turn in the card, providing there is someone there to take the card. We had to give it to the maintenance guy who gave us $20 out of his pocket so we could get on the road. The road to the campground is absolutely horrible. There are extremely steep hills to climb and descend. The roads are also in horrible condition deteriorating with numerous pot holes. - Armyret99
May 2014 - $50.00
This large campground has undergone some major improvements over the past couple of years. Although this park tends to cater more toward seasonals, there is a newer section to accommodate weekenders. However, the weekend sites tend to be very close together, so privacy at the sites is minimal. Also, the sites could use a little more grooming. We also noticed that many of the sites in the newer section are now also being rented out to more permanent, seasonal residents. This is reducing the amount of sites available to weekenders and travelers. The on-premises restaurant serves excellent food and offers live music on weekends. Swimming pool is great. Not much stock at the camp store. However, there is a large town (East Aurora) only about four miles away where you can get anything you might need. Overall, this is a nice campground. The reason that I gave it an (8) is because I felt the price is a little high for size of the sites. Nonetheless, we would stay there again. - mtrumpet
Jun 2011 - $40.00
This park has updated to 50amp full hookup sites, big rig pull through sites recently. They are open from May-Oct. There's a restaurant on the grounds along with small store that stocks every Friday. There's a large play area for baseball or frisbies and a small playground for the children. Everything is very clean and updated. We will stay again when coming through the area. - jimdee
Aug 2016 - $15.00
Family of 10 tent camped! We enjoyed the time hiking,fishing,catching baby toads,and salamanders ,wading in the creek! Camping is what you make it! Bathrooms are showing some wear, but are clean. Camp site mowed and clean. Park employees are friendly and helpful! Could supply fire wood but we brought our own! Great time until I realize I lost my husbands truck keys in the woods( I guess they fell out of my back pack while hiking) It's a good thing we weren't to far from home to get the extra set! We left a message at the shop in case they are found! Live and learn! - Conniemarie
Jun 2014 - $22.00
We were a bit skeptical about this place when no one returned my call until two days later, which was after our arrival. I looked on the web site to determine which site to set up on as you can look at availability and we then registered with the groundskeepers in the morning. Some sites (about 10 in the electric section) are good for larger rigs (we are 38 feet). We set up on site 8 and had plenty of room. We were able to get about 7 channels on the antenna. It was very quiet during our stay. It is out of the way but we found it convenient as we wanted to be between Buffalo and Ellicotville. I would NOT take a big rig to the non-electric sites (low branches; tent or pop-up sites only). For the electric bigger rig sites, I would suggest 6, 8, 9, 13, 16, 27, 29 to name a few. Not a lot for kids to do but there are tennis courts and lots of trails and nice playgrounds. No activities planned. There are a lot of trees and shade. Park is clean and mowed. - twins89
Aug 2008 - $20.00
I found this park from this website when I was in a critical need of a place to stay. The staff was exceptional in accommodating my need. The campground is very nice an spacious and great for a town owned park. We would most definitely stay there again. - Zipster
May 2018 - $30.00
We got here 5/25 about 330pm. They didn't have my Reservation I called it in about 6 weeks ahead of time. But they had room and took care of me. We got in and all set up, then after Dinner we took a walk around to find the Bath House. There are 3 of them. The one we found was filthy and had a sign on the door to clean up after yourself, or lose the Bath House. It never was cleaned the whole weekend.
Saturday after Breakfast we asked one of the Seasonals about the trash. She told me to take it home with us. We later found the Dumpster and used it. I don't think she was being mean, I don't think she knew.
Like the other reviews say: it is a quiet camp site. On Saturday night they had Country Music, a live local band I guess. They were pretty good and played for quite a while.
It's a good Campground but needs a lot of work to bring it back. But for us it was just a half way point to family and Niagara Falls. - ztoymaker
Aug 2017 - $40.00
Stayed here a couple of nights in August. Overall, a great couple of days. Just a beautiful, quiet area. With the advertised rates so low, my expectations were not high on the actual facilities but I was pleasantly surprised. The restroom/shower near my rig was spotless. My 50 amp hookup had no issues and my campsite and more than enough room for my rig.
At $40 a night, this was best value I've seen in a long time. Other thing I noticed about Woodside was that the staff and the other campers were very friendly but they kind of left you alone if that is what you wanted. I can't say enough about how beautiful that area is. - RVTraveler69
Jul 2013 - $22.00
Made reservations a year in advance for certain sites as we camped with a group. Got there and the sites were rented to some one else. The power on these different sites were so bad you could not run your frig and air at the same time, let alone your microwave. Not ever going back there. - shell5
May 2017 - $40.00
Great 1st site to start off season cause it's close to home. Gated site. Owners live on site so good security. Can see Niagara River. No complaints. - Cannonball
Oct 2015 - $43.00
This campground is misrepresented as minutes from falls. It is 20 minutes and a $50 cab ride. The WEGO bus is too far for practicality. I voiced disappointment on location and manager became hostile. She gave us a 30 amp site that was too weak for our water heater- probably 15 amp. The $5/device WiFi charge barely worked for email. Restroom/showers were not heated or secured. We left a few hours after arriving it was so bad even though we had prepaid for 2 nights. - have guitar-will travel
Sep 2014 - $44.00
Nice park in a pretty setting. Across the street from Niagara River and just minutes from Niagara Falls. The sites are mostly grass and have plenty of trees for shade. The water, electric and sewer all work perfectly but I wouldn't waste $5 a day for Wi-Fi - it was completely nonfunctional 90% of the time. AT&T cell signals were strong but we didn't use it because of the international rates. There is a covered drive through at the park entrance that we navigated with the help of the owner. It seemed a little tight for our RV but shouldn't really be a problem. Overall, a good experience and we would stay here again. - Rob&Terri