Of the three pools, we only visited the kids pool in the front with the spray ground. The kids loved it but the internet and pamphlets state the pools are open until 8pm. They closed it at 7pm! If we had known in advance, we would have arranged our schedule so the kids had more than 5 minutes to swim. The water was extremely dirty and cloudy all weekend. Kids enjoyed the full basketball court, dogs enjoyed the dog park, nice playgrounds, too! Great crafts and activities over the weekend. I loved they had 80 lbs and under/over times for the bounce pillow (bring socks!) We camped at Hickory Hill Family Camping Resort in a Motorhome.
We had a bit of an issue when assigned our site. They corrected it easily as this was a weekday, and camp was quite open. It could have been an issue on a weekend. We had excellent hook ups that worked well, and we had a site with satellite coverage. Verizon worked well also. Only issue we saw was that the interior roads are a bit narrow. Site leveling was easy. We would stay here again. We camped at Hickory Hill Family Camping Resort in a Motorhome.
Hickory Hill is a large campground near the small community of Bath, NY. It is in a quiet location, but is relatively easy to access from I-86. Our campsite was in a large open area near the top of the campground and provided easy satellite TV access. It was still the off season, so the campground was quiet. Our site was level with the only negative being a lack of WiFi. The location is near enough to provide access to the Finger Lakes. We camped at Hickory Hill Family Camping Resort in a Motorhome.
Very nice campground in rolling NY hills. Plenty of stuff for kids to do including 2 heated pools, mini golf, pedal carts, etc. Sites were well laid out with plenty of space. Big rig sites on both grass or gravel. Yes, roads were a little muddy from heavy rain as previous poster noted, but it was mud over gravel so no real issue traversing. I had no issues getting my 40' 5W in and out. Strong Verizon and ATT signals. Only thing I didn't like is they require everyone to wear an armband. Price shown is before GS discount. If they were $10 cheaper, I'd give them a 10. We camped at Hickory Hill Family Camping Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
There is virtually no gravel, so most all the roads are mud as it rained the entire time we were here. There are also massive tree issues. The road we were told to take was impassable in a big rig. At least 10 trees would have been in our way. The staff was of no help. There are also lots of park models and fulltime residents. The location is nice, and they have two pools, playground, dog friendly, etc. I just would not call this a resort and it is way over priced, in our opinion. Don't think we would be back. We camped at Hickory Hill Family Camping Resort in a Motorhome.
This is an ok campground, but not one that we would enjoy as a destination, as so many campers here seemed to be doing. The campground is big and pretty busy with very little privacy. The internet signal was strong and there were plenty of cable channels. The area is very nice to visit and would be worth visiting the area again. For this reason we would stay here again if the opportunity arises. We camped at Hickory Hill Family Camping Resort in a Travel Trailer.
This is a very nice campground, just wished we could have stayed longer. Staff was very friendly and helpful. The sites were clean and level. My wife and I would stay here again whenever we're in the area. We camped at Hickory Hill Family Camping Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: October, 2011 - $54.00
Paved entry road, then rutted gravel/dirt roads inside park, gravel and grass sites. Ours was in the 140 row with plenty of length for our 43' MH. During our stay we were the only large class A in the park - a couple smaller ones, but mostly 5th wheels and TT. Room to park car either in front or behind MH, but had to unhook to make turn to get into site - very narrow - hookups too close to the road. Nice play areas for kids, didn't use restroom facilities. Trash never emptied while we were there (3 nights) and dumpsters overflowing come Monday morning. Never given any info on rules/regs - verbally told they had quiet hours (11pm) but that was not enforced. Nice proximity to Keuka Lake/Hammondsport via back roads (trust in Tom-Tom). Campground backs up to a residential area and there was construction going on - not sure if it was campground's or others. Rate was Good Sam for non-holiday weekend. We camped at Hickory Hill Family Camping Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $45.00
This is one of the nicest campgrounds we have stayed at. The staff is friendly and helpful. The park is well maintained and beautiful. It has a big pool and other amenities for children and adults. The Wi-Fi worked great and the cable TV was wonderful too. Also the park is quiet and has a nice area where you can exercise your pet. We stayed for two days, enjoyed our stay and plan to return. We camped at Hickory Hill Family Camping Resort in a Motorhome.
This is indeed a family campground, as there were many happy families enjoying the area. Once again this is one of those campgrounds that like to advertise those nice shaded sites in a peaceful setting, and once again we were put in a field/side lot as we were here for only several days. Though who do they make more money on perceptive wise? Restrooms and showers are some of the best I have ever seen, and almost spa in quality. One thing I did not like were the campers that let their dogs run wild, though this was against the rules, I guess they don't enforce them. Very convenient to the smaller wine area along Keuka Lake. We had a great time and fantastic lunch at Bully Vineyards outdoor cafe and visiting the other local vineyards. We camped at Hickory Hill Family Camping Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $40.00
Great campground. Very friendly staff in the office and the outside people. Nice RV supply store in office. Convenient to the town of Bath and Hammondsport and local wineries. Two full size RV sales and service centers also in Bath. Looking forward to our next visit. Be sure to dine at the Chat-a-while in downtown Bath. We camped at Hickory Hill Family Camping Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $52.00
This is a really nice campground. Lots of stuff for your kids to do. Very clean and peaceful. Well stocked store. Easy access off highway. There's a Camping World close by too. If you like touring the Finger Lakes and wineries this is a great spot to stay. Pull throughs for big rigs. We camped at Hickory Hill Family Camping Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $46.00
A great campground for folks with small children; not so good for seniors with an empty nest/RV. Noisy (but otherwise well behaved) kids abound at this place. Large barking dogs were tied outside with no owner in sight. We concur with the previous reviewer that campground rule enforcement is spotty at best. Trash pickup was satisfactory in our area and we did not use the dumping station. Too many campfires for our liking and the air was usually smoky at night. On the positive side, the office was the best equipped with Rving supplies of any we have seen. A lot to see and do in this area and we want to come back next summer but next time we will try to find a more "senior oriented" campground. We camped at Hickory Hill Family Camping Resort in a Motorhome.