This campground is being converted to a KOA. It is a very pretty campground, and the staff is very nice and they go out of their way to be helpful and considerate. We stayed twice, each time a 1 night stopover en route to another place. They were happy to give us a one night stay on a Friday which we appreciated. The first Friday night was Father's Day weekend so all 3 kids were free and there was a pancake breakfast Saturday morning before we left, and Dad ate free! They had a band playing on Friday night at the pavilion, and they sounded good as we were checking in. But we were too road weary to stay and listen. I wondered if we would be bothered by noise at our site, but we did not even hear them. There are lots of seasonal campers, but the sites are kept up nicely, and we found people to be very friendly.
This is a very nice park. We like wooded, shady campsites, and that is what you get here. We stayed in site 91 on the Mohawk Trail loop. Our motorhome is 33 ft, and the sites on the electric loop limit to 30, but we were able to fit. The trick is in getting into the sites, as the sites themselves are plenty roomy. The roads are narrow with lots of mature trees. For some reason the direction they have you take onto the loop puts you at the opposite angle for backing into the site. We were there during the week with little traffic so we went the other way on the loop each time we returned from an outing, and it made it much easier to back in. There were no "one way" signs, so we felt okay about doing that. Hiking the gorge is a MUST - and bring your camera. We also had a boat tour of Seneca Lake from Capt. Bill's - dogs can go for free! Also visited the Corning Museum of Glass - highly recommend! Pool was nice and also free. Another plus was the 2 parking lots at the entrance to the park. As campers we had free use of the lots which was so handy since we do not tow. We could drive the motorhome down and park in the lot then explore town, etc. from there.