We experienced the most personal hospitality here of any campground in our four years' of full-timing from the owner. She gave us all the time that we wanted at check-in to talk about local activities and then came to our motor home at different times during our four-day stay to (1) warn of imminent bad weather, (2) keep us informed on the status of electrical service repairs being made outside of the park, and (3) along with her daughter and daughter-in-law to personally teach us the intricacies of eating fresh whole lobster after telling us during check-in about local groceries who boiled them free. The sites within the park are arranged in a random plan around the lake in the center that creates a very spacious, non-crowded feel. Will definitely return here when in the area again. The rate noted is the average of Passport America nights and non-PA nights.
This campground is an annex to an RV dealer, you actually drive through the dealership's parking lot to get to the CG. That is not a problem, can be a convenience if any parts, supplies or service are needed. The interior roads and pads are gravel, patios are grass. Pads are reasonably level, amply long and wide. Electricity, water and Wi-Fi are all good. Location is very convenient to I-90 for touring the black hills area, but far enough away that traffic is visible but not heard. We had to leave early due to a family emergency and they were processing a refund for us before we even asked for it. Will definitely stay there again when in the area.
This is a state campground, comparable to a state park but with only the CG. Other state parks were within a few miles, very convenient for touring the Niagara Falls area. Pads were gravel and grass, interior roads were paved. Pads were roughly level, but needed boards to help. Water at community spigots, dump ports at exit of park. Sites were spacious, with common ground making them feel more spacious. Quiet, family friendly. Would stay there again for a few days, due to hassle of community water supply and dump.
A city-park campground, sites were spacious, grass pads, interior roads paved, very convenient to the village of Watkins Glen which was a very quaint community with free concerts in the park, etc. About 2/3 of the sites were occupied by seasonals, but well-maintained. Mandatory 10-foot spacing between any awnings or part of RV from each neighbor, so spacing was nice. Has view of the lake. Staff was very helpful and friendly. Would definitely stay there again.
This is basically just a paved parking lot, with sites all in a row side by side, angled to the curb, much like erasing every other line from a typical parking lot. In a 36' motor home, with rear wheels against the curb at rear of site, the front end is marginally in the one street passing in front. In 42 months of full-timing, this is the first park that we have ever had problems with low voltage causing cut-outs. Been here four nights and have not had any arrivals or departures while here. Of 16 sites, three are vacant, most others appear to be seasonals, though lots are not junky. Rental requires signing a four-page agreement, much like renting an apartment.