17 Parks near Cleveland, New York
Jul 2011 - $33.00
Could be a nice campground but Mrs. owner was not friendly at all. How do you expect to work with the public when you have no respect for them. Sorry to say we will not be coming back here neither will the other two campers with our party. We had 3 sites and 3 campers and we all feel the same way about this campground. - Karen and Pat
Jun 2005 - $32.00
All dirt sites, not much grass anywhere. Way to many trees, couldn't even see the sun. Old campground, permanent trailers there hadn't been cleaned up since??? and neither have there sites. Great fishing pond, but has very little access. - PETEALEX
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 The campground is well maintained but very outdated.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
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
Jun 2004 - $25.00
Beautiful small campground! Great kid friendly beach with lifeguard, beach house & icecream parlor. Short bike ride into town, Sylvan Beach which offers an old fashion amusement park, childrens shows on the weekends at the towns gazebo as well as movies, and live music. - 52 camp
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
Jul 2009 - $35.00
This campground is very very overpriced for the amenities. It is very run down and mostly seasonals that are not taken care of. They have no pool, no real swimming access, and everything to rent is either broken, run down, or both. Don't pay the price to stay here it's a huge disappointment. - BOBDEB01
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
Aug 2011 - $20.00
Decent size level sites. Clean restrooms and laundry. Friendly owners. Rate was Passport America. Charge $10 to pump tanks Friday or Monday. Wi-Fi available at the office/laundry which is about 1/2 mile from the campsites. Great spot for our Golden to swim in Fish Creek. Convenient to visit Rome. - 2hams
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
Jul 2016 - $44.00
Huge park. We camped in the part away from the lake, nice and quiet.
Level grass site with full hookups. - flexitdriver
Aug 2015 - $28.00
The CG is grassy sites with a gravel road. It seemed to have some age to it but the owners keep it well groomed. The are firm with their rules but it was ok they are pleasant. It was absolutely quite day and night. No cable while we were there but the hook up is there and I was told they would have cable by the end of the month. Good water pressure and sites were roomy enough. - Jim - Carol
Jul 2016 - $35.00
This county park campground is less than a mile from exit 31 on I-81 and is convenient for us to visit friends and relatives in the Syracuse area. The park is located on the southwest shore of Oneida Lake and has an excellent boat ramp, children's playground, ball field, archery range, beach volley ball court and a swimming beach that rents kayaks and paddle boats. The park hosts several fishing tournaments and triathlons including the annual "Iron Girl."
The campground has 30 sites in the woods with no hookups and is occupied mainly by tenters. The 24 sites with water and electric are out in the open on a gravel circle with no privacy or shade. There is a restroom in the camping area but the showers are located about 300 yards away at the swimming area. The showers were clean with lots of hot water while we were here. We would stay again because of the convenient location. - Appleknocker
Aug 2014 - $35.00
Campground is poorly designed if there was any design when it was built. It is essentially a swampy patch on the south shore of Oneida Lake in a county park. The camp roads are potholed gravel with gravel parking spots for RVs and are the only parts of the campground that aren't underwater during heavy rainstorms. The showers for campers only are located several hundred yards away at the public beach changing rooms. The beach itself was closed most of our two week stay because of blue/green algae and later due to E coli. The only redeeming features are the large boat launch area which draws a lot of fishermen, nearness to I-81 for overnighters and it's proximity to Syracuse. We would not stay here if it wasn't to visit friends and relatives in the Syracuse area. - Appleknocker
Aug 2011 - $22.00
We camped here late August midweek so it was not crowded. We were in the area for State Fair. We were surprised that it was not more crowded. Our site was on the water and we had some gorgeous sunrises and sunsets. The beach was closed, which was disappointing since I thought it was still going to be open since it was before Labor Day, but it looked to be very nice. The bathrooms were clean. You do have to drive to get to the showers as these are near the beach. Only complaint was we arrived after 6pm and were unable to obtain the code to open the door to the restroom. Had to leave a message on the campground phone line but they did eventually respond. Just wish they would let people know that if you arrive late this is something you need to be aware of. i did feel safer knowing that there was a code for the door though. Sites were open but shady. Site were OK in size..you might feel a little crowded during peak season. Lots of places to walk our dogs. - siberian
Sep 2016 - $35.00
The park itself is gorgeous and very well maintained.
We camped in the Pinewoods loop on site 20. This is a brand new site (opened on July 2016) and it is in impeccable condition. The sites' spacing is just right, there are pull thru and back in sites and the campground is just right off the trail to the lakes. Pet friendly!
The best sites are 2 (back in ) and 12 (pull thru). But you will not go wrong with any other site on the section 1- 24. - Catalina W
Aug 2016 - $30.00
This Park has been recently updated, Full hookup sites as well as pull through to primitive sites are available, Many hiking trails flat or rugged
Two Lakes hidden in older growth forest.
Green Lake offers swimming and boating, fine or casual dining. Round lake offers a accessible (so does Green lake) perimeter trail
Several New playgrounds as well as a golf course are also featured Less than 10 miles from I-90 or I-81 14 miles to Ny State Fairgrounds. Also feature modernized cabins. - Tony1725
Aug 2015 - $27.00
This is a State Park and has budget limitations. They are working on the campground in the woods so we could only go to Rolling Hills area. Some sites had water/electric and others electric only and a few no utilities. We were told we could "only" fit in a certain site though a number of the electric only sites on grass would have worked. I don't think the girl on the desk was a camper or familiar with various RVs, trailers or pop-ups. So our site was on dirt and tree roots, NOT level (we could only put out the bedroom slide), and difficult to get in. Needed extension for electric and second hose for water due to placement of the pedestal. LOTS of families with kids on bikes, walking, and having fun. Lots of folks with campfires in the evening quietly enjoying the grounds. Shower was good. Campground DOES encourage recycling. We would ONLY stay here again if on a more traditional RV site. Perhaps the wooded sites (being rehabbed as of our visit) would meet the need with level pads and FHU. - Too-wow
Jun 2016 - $1.00
We only came to this park because of the promotion offer and were not interested in purchasing the membership which we told them at the time of the reservation. Still had to go through the presentation but they pretty much gave up on us because we were firm on not buying. My opinion everyone should check out the other campgrounds they own and that are part of this membership before you purchase. As they told us about campgrounds pictures can be deceiving.
Now for the campground review. They state that this is a 5 star resort. We have stayed at other 5 star resorts around the country and this is at best a 3 star. No cable, Wifi only at the office area, only limited 50 amp service, and newer sites with no sewers. The park does have lots of things to do for activities but they require upgrading. Just the basketball hoops alone were in sad shape and the main pool was being torn apart to replace the liner.
The site we had was wide enough but next to someone that was surely a member and had lots of junk around their camper which was a blight on the overall view.
If this were an open campground we would visit again only for a stopover and not for an extended stay. - John Borajkiewicz
Aug 2015 - $10.00
Price reflects C2C membership. Campground was very easy to find. The staff in this campground were all very friendly and helpful. We were there at the end of the season and so they were beginning to shut things down. They have a restaurant, but it is only open on weekends. (We were ok without a lot going on, so this isn't a negative... just a comment.)
This is a standard "parking lot" style campground. However, they easily handle big rigs.
Sites are close together but manageable. The truck, 5th wheel and jeep all fit in the site-but very tight.
Gravel roads through the campground; asphalt main campground roads. Camp sites are grass and each site has a picnic table. We struggled getting level in our site-there was a significant slope.
They have a laundry room, machines were only $1. Campground is directly on the lake. There was a great deck overlooking the lake that we enjoyed while waiting for laundry. Good Verizon coverage. Easy to get DirecTV satellite. It is a nice clean, enjoyable campground. There seemed to be a lot for kids to do. - GLPColorado
Aug 2015 - $1.00
The park itself is great. It has a real resort feel, with tons of activities. Everything is modern and well maintained. The employees are friendly and very professional. The park is only a few miles from Interstate 81, so its easy to access but very quiet. There are a number of over the air TV channels. Cell service is very good. There is wifi in the adult lounge only, but it is very slow and did not work part of the time I was there.
As for the site I was assigned, it was hopelessly inconvenient. I was in a new area, and the area itself had a considerable slope to it. They had levelled some of the sites by building up an asphalt pad from the front to the back of the site, but only big enough for the RV itself. This resulted in the back of my trailer jutting out over a cliff. I could only access my water port and bike with a step stool, and could not get my rear stabilizers anywhere near the ground. Also, a common utility post serviced four sites, and I needed an extra hose and an extension cord to reach the utilities. The sites were a good size side to side, but front to back, the trailers were very close, although offset. I did tour the park, and these issues did not exist in any of the older sections of the park. - KAP99
Aug 2016 - $45.00
This was our second stay at this CG, which should tell you something about how we like it. One of the best we've been to. Spotless and well-maintained rest rooms. Sites have plenty of room; we had a pull-through and there was plenty of room to disconnect our TV. Wifi as good as any we've had, even in the evening on a busy weekend. I brought my bike and there were nice routes on the nearby roads, especially Rt. 365, which has a wide shoulder. Took a nice (car) day trip to Rome, Utica, and other nearby towns. This is what every CG should be. - Ken Franklin
Aug 2016 - $50.00
Very nice campground. Only bad thing about back in sites is they are 90 degree, so it took some finagaling. Everything well kept, but a small store. - russ1102
Aug 2016 - $45.00
This is a very nice looking park, but I definitely don't feel it is a good park for the price. We were in site 515. All sites in the 500 loop seem to be sloping down. Our front jacks were almost to the ground trying to level. The grass was worn off from mats and it had rained before we got here, so our entrance to the camper was muddy. Even though they say there is WIFI at each site, it was very weak and most times couldn't get on. Probably the worst, is the train that comes by about every 20 minutes, even through the night. I don't know how far away it was, but we could feel the rumble of the train and the horn was pretty loud. This is a huge park, so maybe if you were in a different loop towards the middle of the park, it might not be as bad. For such a huge park, they only had 4 washers and dryers and one of each of those was out of order, so we ended up going into town to do laundry as the working machines were in use. They close the laundry when the office closes so you can't even do it at night. It is a beautiful park with spacious sites, but we like comfort and probably wouldn't stay here again. The site was also not long enough to park our truck after disconnecting the 5th wheel. We had to T-bone it as did all the others in our loop. - jacknpeg