This was our 6th time staying at Lake Bluff campground, hadn't stayed there at all in 2013. The owners have made upgrades and keep the grounds looking great! Very friendly and hospitable. We camped at Lake Bluff Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $27.00
Although our stay got off to an ominous start, we felt this campground was very nice. We camped here the last weekend of September so there were many spots to put us in. However, they put us on one of the few unlevel spots. We don't know how it happened, but our TT fell off the blocks as we were setting up. The owner was nice enough to hitch our trailer to his tractor and move us to a level site (he even said he didn't know why he put us there with so many open). After that it was a great stay. Sites are large, people are friendly. Only knock on my "new" site was that the sewer was slightly higher than my sewer exit. We made it work however. Odd that you pay $5 for a bathroom key (you get it back at the end of your stay). If you can do without sewer I highly recommend the "W" loop. Those sites are large, wooded and private. I would camp here again. We camped at Lake Bluff Campground in a Travel Trailer.
We have camped here several times and love it. The wooded sites are great for shade and having our dog with us. Sewer sites are large, don't smell. My brother rented the large cabin, it was clean, modern and had a nice screened in porch. The bathrooms are spotless, the $5.00 for a key seems to help, more places should follow suit. Seasonal people are friendly, and so is the store staff. Driveway needs some work, but the crew is always working around there. We camped at Lake Bluff Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $16.00
Rate shown is for PA. Our rating is relatively low because they put PA members in a sloping grassy center section. In our case this was not good since after all the serious rains they had been having we got stuck in the grassy muck at the site they assigned us. Campground staff was pleasant about pulling us out (4X4 truck only) with their tractor. Lots of seasonals around the perimeter but fairly well kept up. TV reception was marginal. No Wi-Fi. Our Verizon phone and wireless were both OK. We camped at Lake Bluff Campground in a Travel Trailer.
This is my wife and I annual "kick off camping season" go to park starting Memorial Day weekend every year. The rear "W" section of this park for transient campers is one of the nicest CG's you will find. Huge private shaded sites with water and 30amp electric. Either stone or grass pads that are long and level. The shower house and toilets are kept spotless. You need a key to get in (upon check in you rent one for $2 which you get back on check out) which I guess is to keep the kids out. Extremely friendly owners who keep a eye on everything to ensure your stay is enjoyed. Closet CG to Lake Bluffs State Park and magnificent walking trail along Lake Ontario. A bonus, a winery across the road from the state park with very good white wines and a super owner! My only regret is this Memorial Day weekend we will not be staying here because the place was booked by Jan! Word must be spreading that it is truly a very nice place to enjoy the outdoors, Sodus Bay 3/4 mile away with a couple of great waterfront restaurants with decks right on the lake, just beautiful. We camped at Lake Bluff Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2005 - $28.00
We were there on a rainy Columbus Day weekend with a bunch of other families. We really didn't use the amenities but did enjoy the karaoke on Saturday. New owners have taken over this year but much needs to be done with the sites themselves. There were puddles and mud everywhere. Some stone and some grading would do wonders. The staff is friendly and we plan to return. Hopefully they will put some stone down for the sites to keep everyone from getting stuck. We camped at Lake Bluff Campground in a Travel Trailer.