Has gotten really big, and some of the attractions no longer attract our kids... We have been going here for 5 years, but not planning to go back next year. I would still highly recommend this park though..
More adult oriented maybe, than young kids. Although they do have a nice pool area, playgroup and field for sports. They did have a party Saturday from 4pm on that closed the pool area. Renting a pontoon boat was a highlight of the weekend. I think we would plan to return.
Not as close to the lake and state parks as Oak Grove, but more open, larger sites. Firepits at all sites. Small catch and release fishing pond. Very clean and very friendly management. We have driven past this CG dozens of times and never realized how nice it is from the road.
Probably the prettiest piece of property I have seen a campground sit on. Rolling hills with lush green grass. We camped with family and had a pair of corner lots #28 and #43 that were together and afforded a huge site for two trailers. Close to Seneca Lake and other Finger Lakes attractions. Check out Roseland Waterpark if you go there.
Largest, most amazing campground I have ever seen. Tons of stuff to do. Make sure to take advantage of the discounts for local attractions. Sites are not huge, but we had site 86 which backed up to the athletic field and gave us room to the rear of the trailer. They need more pool facilities and desperately need to re-do their mini-golf. The mini-golf is free, but in disrepair. Hopefully they will build a moderate course and keep the free part.
Very nice couple has bought this place in the past two years and doing a ton of work to it. Sites are clustered in groups and there is separation between site clusters. Sites are more spread out that map would suggest. It was a bit wet and muddy, but this campground had been partly flooded in late June. If you are going to Cooperstown, I would highly recommend it.
Somewhat dated in style, but very well taken care of campground. Perhaps 40% seasonals, but they seem to be a tight community of folks and they were very friendly. Sites and access roads are a bit tight, but accessible. Location is wonderful, on the Niagara Falls Parkway 10 miles from the falls and not far from Fort Erie. We had site 42, and it backed up to two huge maple trees, under which was our fire pit. They also have a 10 room motel, incase you are travelling with folks that do not have an RV.
We have stayed at Harbortown each year for 3 years now, great park. Would be nice if they had a discount rate for the mini golf and go karts next door for people paying camping rates. Lots of things for the family to do.
This is one of our favorite parks to camp at. They have everything from primitive campsites to full hook up sites with patios. Small percentage of sites are seasonal, but very well kept. CG is just south of Grand Haven, so you are close to GH and Holland areas.
They do a great job and have a bunch of activities fo the kids. We usually stay there a week so the $22 bracelet that allows unlimited water slide, paddle boat use and mini golf is well worth it. I do think that for the cost per night, they could make the train rides and hayrides free. Only a quarter or so, but still kind of anoying. They have added about 75 new sites since last summer and are building 6-8 very nice/large rental cabins.
This is a very clean, well kept campground. It is pricy though. The biggest issue we had was they charge a $3 per day fee for each kid. Seems like they are trying to detract from having families stay there.