A quiet campground located on a scenic peninsula that juts out into the Chaumont Bay of Lake Superior. Most of the sites are open and grassy with a few shaded options for tent campers. All of the site have water views and some water access. A popular fishing destination and only a short drive from several historic towns on Lake Superior. The campground was full the weekend we stayed there, but not all noisy. Clean and well maintained facilities (and recycling) made this a pleasant place to spend the weekend.
A no frills forest service campground located on the Allegheny river. Tight wooded sites with lots of low overhanging trees were fine for us (25' RV), but probably not advisable for big rigs. We enjoyed the walking trail that circles the campground and follows the river. There is also a boat launch area for canoes and kayaks. A quiet campground in the national forest within close proximity to the Kinzua Dam and reservoir as well as lots of hiking trails.
A great spot to stay if you want to visit the area's many wineries, but NOT if you are looking for peace and solitude in nature. A huge campground with sites situated in multiple loops. Sites are pretty close together with only a few trees scattered about. Lots of amenities for the kids including at least three playgrounds and a nice beach with picnic area. We stayed here because it was close to the wineries, but didn't spend much time at the campground or the beach.
A lovely wooded campground located in New York's wine country. The sites are large with tall mature trees all around. Easily accessible for big motor homes, yet still private enough for tent camping. A network of hiking tails wind through the forest down to the lake where the water is clear and cold. The beach is nice with lots of tables and grills for picnicking. This is one of the lesser known lakes in the area and during our stay only a handful of the 150 sites were occupied.