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20 RV Parks near Brewerton, New York
May 2008 - $20.00
Mostly seasonal camps but adequate for the basics if you're passing through. Not a lot of sites available for short stays but they are very lenient with pets, children, etc. No organized rec, but the beach is nice (rocky on the shores of Lake Ontario). Prices moderate. If you want to camp and just be left "alone" this is a great place to visit. Unlike state parks you can get water and electric hookups here and septic service is available as well. Very nice small marina with excellent fishing. Camp store has only the basics, but the campground is only minutes from the grocery store. Sandy access roads but they are stable for RV driving and relatively easy to navigate. The oldest family owned campground in Oswego County. - FleisM
Jun 2015 - $25.00
Stayed at the campground for a week using PA. The campground is well maintained but very outdated. Bathrooms are badly need of overhaul but were clean. Many seasonal campers, but were well kept. Did not see any swimming area. WiFi signal was strong but all but useless. It was extremely slow. Internal roads need repair. Staff was friendly and helpful. - roybrody
Jun 2014 - $37.00
Beautiful campground, friendly staff, well-stocked camp store, and an actual beach with sand in the swimming area add up to a great camping experience! Will definitely recommend this place to family and friends when they are in the area and will most definitely camp here again and again! - DollyFulltimer
Jun 2007 - $25.00
There was no shade for the tent site which was in the middle of the campground. Facilities were dated. Close proximity to Sylvan Beach Amusement Park. Fishing was good. - inthedraft8
Aug 2017 - $27.00
We've been coming here for a few years now, and have enjoyed the updates. It's a pretty place, well kept and clean. VERY unhappy this year, we made our reservations 9 mos. in advance, when we arrived, much to our dismay, they had removed the water hookups and added a splash park right next to our site. We had to go buy 150ft more hose to get water, and listen to screaming kids from 9am to 8pm daily. We should have been advised of these changes and offered free cancellation or change to our reservation. - MeMe08
Sep 2011 - $29.00
Fairly nice place in the off season, very quiet and lake front sites are easily obtained. I imagine it might be a little crazy in the peak season. Sites are not well marked and confusing, some are low and will be wet/mushy in the rain. The town of Sylvan Beach is 2 miles away with lots of seasonal weeknight events, an old-time amusement park, and several restaurants. Good Verizon coverage. - silvertube
May 2011 - $25.00
Verona Beach State Park has a great semi rustic campground. It's extremely clean and has beautiful views of Oneida Lake and extensive trails. The sites right on the lake are especially nice. There aren't many utility hook ups but most, if not all, of the sites are very easy to access. They have a sandy shallow swimming beach, which the children enjoyed. The the town of Sylvan Beach, NY is very close and has several cute shops and a little amusement park. - Research2011
Oct 2013 - $50.00
Stoney's is a great fish camp, or an RV camp with a lot of color. The Salmon run justifies the high rate, and you can get a guide who will almost guarantee you a good catch. That said, for the non-fishing customer, this may not be the place for you. Roads are rough, there are many dilapidated RVs on site, and the fish smell is prevalent. We loved it and hope to return to fish. - User424
Jul 2013 - $44.00
Worst experience ever. We were suppose to have 50 amp service, but couldn't even get 30 amp. They kept blaming the problem on the electric company, but it was the way the pedestal was wired. It was not only my site, but with the rest of the group we were camping with, a total of 10 sites. Quiet hours were suppose to be from 11pm to 8 am, but other camper were loud way past midnight. Will never go to this campground again. - HR 2007
Sep 2010 - $1.00
While we did not stay here we took a drive through the CG to see what it looked like. The other posters were right on the mark. Almost all fulltime residents and not many other sites available to camp on. Would not camp here. There are others in the area! - norootsnow
Sep 2010 - $40.00
Campground was clean however, the workers were rude. Quite time is suppose to be 11:00pm to 8:00am but they had us turn down and off our music during the day. Then the told us we could face the music towards the river and that would be okay but they came down later and told us it was too loud again before 11:00pm. Have a gate key with a charge of $6 when you bring back the key you get your $6 back, one of our campers did not receive the key when they checked it however they charged them for it and would not refund the money when we checked out. Mostly seasonal people camp here and most are not friendly. Would not go back to this campground, it's not worth the money. - rozymat
Aug 2017 - $23.00
Camp sites were not good. They are right on top of each other. hardly any room between our trailer and the tent neighbors we were next to. When we camp, we enjoy the quiet peacefulness of nature and the when you so close to your neighbor you can hear them fart in their tent it isn't enjoyable. Other issues were the nice wooded private sites had no electric and what sites did have it were only 20amp service. Most campers with trailer need 30 or more amps. The website has its site lengths wrong. We couldn't fix our unit in a site that was marked for 30 feet. Its was way less. Then we got into a small site size and can't have a camp fire because the pit is located in the front near the road and too close to our camper. This is disappointing because it's a beautiful state park with lots woods and trees. Bike trails well maintained and the beach was nice, although the rock on it were no fun to walk on. We are not talking little beach rocks, these are big and hard to walk on. They had nice shelters for use and we loved the water way/ creek that we kayak on. There is so much room at this park I can't believe improvements to the camp sites can't be made. The whole center part of our loop had empty space that could easily been made into sites. I won't camp here again unless I can go into one of those 6 wooded sites. And if it was bad enough, there was only 1 dump station/equipment/site. When everyone has to be out at the same time of 11am and only one camper can dump at time, there was a huge line to dump your waste. This is unexceptionable. The loop to the dump site was so small only 2 campers could fit into it, it was easy to turn into and no room for passing cars or other vehicles. It was a nightmare. - Loridagostino
Sep 2016 - $25.00
Visited just after busy season. Very friendly and helpful staff. Not crowded tho if busy some sites are close together,quiet and clean. No on-site water but fill station located near entrance(you may wait in line a bit)and many container fill faucets located near sites. Picnic table located on concrete pad. Large fire pits are located close to roadside. Wood available at store and reasonably priced,$6 half wagon(provided)$12 full. Also offer on-site delivery for larger loads. Would recommend a full size ax to cut as some pieces quit large. Store also has many camping items at fair pricing. Restrooms were clean and well lighted. - Willburr
Aug 2016 - $20.00
Full hookup sites are in loops around grassy fields. Our site 33 was large and shaded for the afternoon, a real plus with no A/C. Loops A and B were much less busy. There is a real nice network of biking trails right from the campground. Washroom building was old but they make an effort to keep it clean. Hot water with good pressure. Swimming beach open Fri, Sat, Sun with lifeguard. - Darleen
Jul 2017 - $39.00
Stayed one night as we travelled through. This rv park is a real gem. Spacious neatly kept sites near a small beach. The owners were fabulous and made us feel very welcome. Services and amenities were great. We would definitely stay here again and would recommend to others. - Wayne and Barb
Jun 2012 - $32.00
Consists primarily of summer seasonal and weekend visitors. Owner quite friendly, professional in front office. A bit difficult to find along local roadways. Signs to campground are limited. Campground is situated along meandering backwaters of a river, generating mosquitoes. Riverside sites are occupied by seasonal campers and are well shaded. The inside loop is sunny and grassy. Sites are fairly snug. All roads are unpaved gravel, with some mild potholes here and there. AT&T service was two bars at best. Electric and water hookups worked fine. We could not get any Wi-Fi reception at our campsite. Huge grassy area for play and games. A significant number of kids. Bathrooms were overused, hot, and steamy... Inadequate to handle the number of users. Compared to other campgrounds we have stayed at around the US and Canada, this one would simply rate as "average". Nothing bad, but nothing that special, either. - The Happy Traveler
Aug 2011 - $20.00
Very nice park, well kept by very accommodating owners/managers. Price is Passport America. Park is not too convenient to anything such as WalMart. Has waterfront for fishing, swimming and boating (boats for rent). - consort
Jul 2017 - $43.00
Just a so-so RV park. Was led to my site by an elderly gentleman that proceeded to tell me how to back my 5th wheel into my site. Really overbearing. WIFI was basically nonexistent, and when you could connect, you were allowed 1 hr per day. Pretty sad. Picnic table was not much better than for use as firewood. All warped and rickety. There could be more attention paid to overall appearance. Attention to landscaping detail was nonexistent as well. Power, not exactly 50 amp as one would know it. not sure if we would go back. - RollTide150
Oct 2016 - $45.00
First off this is a beautiful campground right on a very nice creek, now for the downside. If you were to stay here during the high season, then the price for the site was OK. However since this is the end of the season to charge this high price with no WiFi or Cable is extreme. The cost was $41 per night with a $4 Heating & AC charge. The weather was beautiful with no need for either H or AC. It was off the beaten path and very quite. Because of the high price, we won't be staying here again. - Jack&Wanda
Aug 2016 - $44.00
I would have given this campground a 10+ if it had cable. We had a huge grassy site on a stream or whatever they are called.
The Wi-Fi came in great and out cell phones worked fantastic.
We would probably go back if the got cable in. The stations we did get were all choppy.
We were right across from the office which was convienient for me. - C and C
Jun 2018 - $45.00
This is the second time we stayed at this park. First time was 16 years ago and we were disappointed back then. There has been little to no real upgrades to this park since then. Water pressure was 20 PSI and at times less. We used a Hughes Autoformer during this stay because last time the power was so bad and I didn't want to chance it. No sewer. For $45.00 a night we had 30 amp power and water only, that is all the park provides. All the facilities were dated 16 years ago and there have been no improvements since then. Restroom cleanliness unbelievably remains an issue with some unusable. Remember, $45.00 a night. Mostly permanents at the park and they are parked one on top of another. Roads are in rough shape. - The Man with No Name
Sep 2016 - $40.00
We stayed in the overflow area (loved it) on Labor Day Weekend 2016. We were very happy with our stay. It was very quiet and spacious.
Arcade/Game room was a nice addition, not alot of games but some and could use a little TLC. Showers/bathrooms could use some updating, brightening up, and minor repair and there's only one area of them. Bar/restaurant had a huge deck with a beautiful view (deck could use a little TLC) pool (right below deck)was clean and well maintained. variety of choices on the full food menu and both food and alcoholic drinks were reasonably priced. WIFI available. Friendly fellow and seasonal campers. There was entertainment and activities for both adults and kids. Bring your own wood. No issues with water, electric, or distance from pole. Didn't get a chance to find marina/fishing area. need better signage, especially for/in overflow area (site #, site size, direction sites face) a bit confusing. Off the beaten path but close to local roads/thruway. Will definitely go back with a group, and also recommend. This is no high end campground but is perfect for the average person/group. - Annette Meyers
Jul 2016 - $34.00
We booked online and the check in gate had no idea who we were. They asked for payment, but they took my husband's word that we were already paid up (I had the email to prove, but they trusted that). Our site was on dead grass, unlevel and full of mosquitoes. We didn't even get a picnic table, thankfully we had a folding Rubbermaid table with us.
Bathrooms were gross. The park itself looked like a rundown trailer park. The playground was very dated and some of the items didn't look safe.
The only redeeming part of the park is that it's close to the highway. Pool was "closed" for the night, although people continued to use it. - Jennylou
Aug 2018 - $1.00
Traveling in a 43ft Class A with 4 slides and tow vehicle. Rate reflects Thousand Trails membership. This is a large park with a big section for seasonals. We would have been able to fit in almost all of the transient spaces. Spaces near the office are level but not all get satellite. We were in site C2 and could not get Direct TV satellite. AT&T cell service was bad. Site was a pull thru but had to back out of the site to leave otherwise the left turn at the end of the road would have been tight. Noticed that site C3 has a wall with multiple power meters on it and a tree that makes that site a little tight to get in and out of. Had to help the neighbor get out of that site. Good utilities and conveniently located. Interior roads are big rig friendly. Park gets very busy on the weekends. Nice beach right on Lake Ontario. Lot of activities/amenities and there was a live band while we were there. Tennis courts need to be repaired to use as there are many large open cracks. - Big Rig Travelers
Aug 2018 - $60.00
Very large park with very small sites. Over run by seasonals that cruise, speed, run stop signs, and are drunk driving their golf carts all around the park. Pools were in great shape (3), store, café, and entertainment were nice. Just over run by people and golf carts and very very very small sites. For $60 a night you get A small site, electric, water and sewer! The cable TV line was cut by a lawn mower long before we arrived but they continue to say that they provide cable TV when they don't. Smell of sewer occasionally too. Not really fun or worth it. If you have a large rig, get out and walk to the site before pulling in. Roads are narrow and turns are tight. Not to mention that golf carts are zipping by you. - ADKMan
Sep 2017 - $25.00
This place is so huge. In the back are all park models. - har-fl