We stay here at least once every year, usually for 2 or 3 nights. It's close to home, and is good last-minute quick getaway. This is an older park and does need some upgrades. There are minimal full-hookup sites and located in probably the least desirable spot in the campground (right across from the dump station and closer to the main road). That said, the park is set on the Little Salmon River, and it makes a nice backdrop to the park. There are riverside sites (50a and 30a available) and they book up quickly; and some pull throughs. Not the best place for big rigs to navigate around with the many trees and the steep hill leading down to the main section of the park. We were at R27 and my camper is 36' - very tight to get into and if the site across the road was occupied we wouldn't have got in. Restrooms were clean, showers worked fine but again, could use some updating. But clean and neat are more important at this point. The park does have new owners this year and they are friendly and appear to want to make improvements - they've done a few upgrades to the store and the arcade and created a patio area just outside the office. I'm eager to see where the new owners take this park in the next couple years. All-in-all, it's a good weekend trip for smaller to medium sized units, with good activities for the kids. We camped at Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park, Mexico NY in a Travel Trailer.
Tips for other Campers:
Village of Mexico is 5 minutes down the road. There's a Kinney's Drug store for convenience items, bread, milk, beverages, first aid supplies, etc. and a FastTrak gas station.
The accommodations were wonderful. We backed up to the rapids on the Little Salmon River. We placed our screened canopy right on the edge and watched blue herons fishing, kids tubing and kayaks running the rapids. Only three cautions. 1. The bathrooms could have been better attended. 2. The dog restrictions of where you can walk them is too strict. They want you to walk the dog straight to the dog walk and then directly back to your site. In reality the dog will have done his business before getting to the walk area and we couldn't just walk around the park roads with our little guy. 3. Pool regulations are too strict. I took my granddaughter to the pool and we couldn't swim because 2 adults are to be present. We had to wait for others to come before using it. But again: it was a wonderful riverside site to enjoy. Peaceful was the order of the day. We camped at Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park, Mexico NY in a Motorhome.