This place had way too many rules. When inquiring for space for 12 families, they should tell us this is not a place for groups. We have been camping as a group for 11 years now, and this is the first place we were told to be quiet. In the evening is understandable, but being told this at 3pm is a bit ridiculous. My son, who is twice the size of me, was also told he could not use the bathroom by himself, after 10pm, because we don't know who is lurking in the woods. He is of "legal age" to babysit other children and should be able to us the bathroom on his own. We, our group, will not be coming back, and we will discourage anybody else we know, not to come here!
This was an interesting campground with a lot of history. The swimming pool was nice and they had a nice bar right next to it that had a live band the one evening. The store had a good variety of things, should you need something. The lake was nice on one side to swim in. The only thing bad were the bugs.
For the size of this campground, it is very well maintained. There are always plenty of activities for all ages. There is never a dull moment or bored child. We will be returning for the 3rd year in a row the last week of June 2007.
This campground is one of the best campgrounds you could stay at. We go here every year for Mother's day weekend. Shelly and Dennis, the owners, always have activities for the children and adults too. They make themselves available should you need them. They have even sat down with us around the campfire for a good conversation or laugh. The facilities have always been very clean even on the muddy trips. This year for the Sabres game they let us use another open site so our group could sit together and watch the game outside.