We stayed on the island, site #15, right on the stream. Plenty of room on passenger side; no one moved into 14, on the driver side, or it would have been crowded. The campground was quiet, with mainly permanent residents in our area. There were rules in place, obviously well observed by the residents, that helped keep this an attractive, well maintained campground. The high point of our stay was watching the many types of water fowl, pelicans, white herons, even a great blue heron, all of which are rare or non-existent back home.
This campground is excellent for quick overnight stops; we wouldn't advise staying for multiple days. It is a stripped down, no frills campground, even though it offers full service at all sites. Our only complaint is that the owner's dogs were allowed to run anywhere in the park, keeping our dogs overly excited.
Absolutely beautiful and clean park with friendly staff, both paid and volunteer. Park has lots of room for biking and hiking and is close to many stores and restaurants. We definitely will stay at Topsail again.
This camp is clean and well maintained. Sites are close together and lanes leading to sites are very narrow. Area was ringed by wetlands and did not drain well after rain. Staff was very pleasant. Fall foliage was gorgeous.
Absolutely gorgeous state park within easy driving distance to Niagara Falls (American and Canadian), local wineries, Lockport NY, and Niagara-on-the-Lake Canada. We were in site 222 which is located on a bluff overlooking Lake Ontario. Fall foliage was beautiful! We heard that the summer crowds are different; while we were there, fellow campers were mainly middle aged with no young children.
This park is beautiful, well maintained, clean, and quiet, with plenty of green space for our two dogs and biking/hiking. The utilities are not always located in the same area; water and sewage may be on the opposite side of the motorhome from electric hookup. This was not problematic for us, we just used longer/shorter hookups as necessary. We will not hesitate to stay at this park in the future.
Sand Springs Campground is a clean, well maintained park. Tent sites are beautiful. RV sites are close together; one site is even in the road, causing traffic to back up down the hill to a different intersection; some larger trailers had difficulty doing this. The person working the desk was very confused about sites and sent several people to places already occupied. At one point, the desk person barely looked up from her newspaper when we asked questions, stating she was just filling in for someone who was ill. Needless to say, we will stay elsewhere in the future, even if it means staying farther from Morgantown in order to get full service sites. For short stays, we'll stay at a local state park.