Great lot and the area was very quiet. No lights in the bathrooms at the pool but didn't use the cement building on the other side of the campgrounds. 1st day we had several inches of rain and the site was very wet, can't control mother nature. If you have a small truck and large rig the hill to the campground is a killer. We camped at Bristol Woodlands Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Tips for other Campers:
Canandaiguia is very close. There is a water park and the lake. Wineries are close and in the summer the John Deere Expo and Steam Pagent
Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $42.00
We really enjoyed this campground as it has several large green areas for pick up sports and well maintained, scenic hiking trails. This campground caters mostly to seasonals but this it feels more park like than other mostly seasonal campgrounds. Maybe its the open space or the very friendly, welcoming owners and staff. We also liked being near Bristol Mt., just down the road from Bristol Areial Adventures and nearby many excellent hiking trails. The sites themselves aren't huge but well laid out so that you're not on top of your neighbor. The sites are mostly level however we did need some leveling blocks. Seemed like a general theme since the entire site is on a sloping hill. The roads are gravel and can be tight for the 30ft plus 5th wheels and motor homes but that shouldn't deter you from camping here, just take it slow. We camped at Bristol Woodlands Campground in a Travel Trailer.
I would echo the previous post about the roads, the turns were very tight and hard to swing wide with my 40 foot rig, glad for my slider hitch. I personally did not find the sites, or at least the one that I had "spacious," but there were laid out so that you had plenty of room between sites. The site we had was just wide enough for the trailer, and we had to level, but only slightly. This was a hard park to rate, on the surface, there was really no problems, they had a nice playground, pool (bring your own chair and it closes at 7pm). I felt they really catered to the seasonal crowd, as that was the majority of their business. All seasonal sites were in very nice condition and got the feeling that it was mostly weekenders as we left on Monday and seems like everyone was gone Sunday night. It was a drive to get to anything and the campground is located fairly remotely from the Finger Lakes. We were anticipating being closer to one of the lakes than we were. The downers for us were the lack of WiFi, the absence of a laundry facility and the hookups were located at the very back of the site. Apart from those, it's a well maintained campground that would benefit from adding some short term pull through sites for travelers. We camped at Bristol Woodlands Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $38.00
This campground is located 25 minutes south-west of Canandaigua. (The GPS address is Canandaigua, not Bristol). Nice, clean campground nestled in the hills with mostly seasonal sites. All the sites seemed quite spacious. They have recently added some cabins which look very attractive. We camped at Bristol Woodlands Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $38.00
This campground is a hidden gem! The sites are very large, pool is beautiful, hosts very friendly and accommodating, has a wonderful playground, beautiful grounds and very peaceful. It is high on a hill and off a dead end road but very well marked. My only reason not giving them a ten was the fairly narrow roads, but my rig is 39 feet and I had very little problem getting in and out. While here, I was given a tour of one of their cabins and it was absolutely beautiful and extremely reasonable. It is close to the city of Canadaigua and also to Rochester. We will definitely be back. We camped at Bristol Woodlands Campground in a Fifth Wheel.