I can't in all honesty give a park a 10 that doesn't have pull-throughs, water, sewer, cable, etc. That being said, this is a very nice state park with large, shady, and private sites. They are back-in only even if you have a premium lake view site. There are only about 8 premium lake view sites with 30 amp electric. There are about 8 or 10 50 amp sites but not lake view. Water faucets are located along the loop roads so you can fill your tank easily. You can leave your hose connected using a "y" adapter if you have a site with a water faucet in front. In the 200 loop there were no paths to the restrooms so you may have a long trek in the dark at 2 AM. I don't know about the other loops. The restrooms were nice anyway. The camp store was closed. Sign said that they were looking for new management. Verizon service was spotty but our MiFi worked well with a Wilson amp and external antenna. Over the air TV was OK with stations from Buffalo and Toronto, which was visible across Lake Ontario. The primary advantage in staying here is that you are close to Niagara Falls, the fee is reasonable, and you get free parking in the state park lots at the falls. There is a lot of construction on the American side and parking is tight. We would stay here again.
This is your average KOA. Nightly rate includes value card discount. About 2/3 of the sites are occupied by permanent or semi-permanent residents but they are in the back section of the park. We reserved a pull-through site in advance but were told it was not available when we arrived. It appears that the campground doesn't actually have pull-through sites as advertised. You pull through into your site from the site behind you. If that site is occupied then your pull-through site becomes a back-in site. Management was accommodating and very apologetic and got me into my site without disconnecting my toad. Trash dumpsters were inconveniently located outside the park gate on the entrance road. Wi-Fi and Verizon cell worked OK. Park is located about five miles off of the interstate and you need to follow the directions on the website, depending which direction you are traveling. We probably wouldn't stay here again.
This is a newer park that appears to be still under development. Yes, the roads are sub-par but passable. The pull-through sites at the front of the park can accommodate big rigs with toads but if you leave your toad connected you had better have a long electric cord as the power boxes are located at the very back end of the sites. This appeared to be the case with most if not all the sites. The sewer connections were 2" to 3" below grade so you had to be careful not to get gravel in the sewer. The pool looked to be new and was very nice. Unfortunately no cable or shade but the park's Internet (satellite I believe) worked well. We had a very good Verizon signal also. The park is about a half mile from the interstate but we didn't hear much traffic noise. Only use exit 129 to access. Management was friendly and accommodating and we would probably stay here again.