This is a nice campground just north the the village of Lake George. The campground is on the side of a hill and heavily wooded. The roads can be a bit twisty and hilly in places, but most rigs should be able to navigate without problems. We had a pull-through site that was fairly easy to get into. The only issue was getting the trailer around a large boulder at the entrance to the site. Our site was a bit on the narrow side for a trailer with 2 slide-outs. We only had about a two foot space to get by one of the slide outs. The other slide out was pretty much up against a hill. Not much room for our chairs and camp table. Most the other sites we saw were wider than ours. Some of the back-in sites can have awkward angles to get in. Again: you need to watch out for trees and boulders. Most of the sites are fairly level and most are predominately sand. Given the density of the woods, there was no Wi-Fi available at the campsites. It was only available around the office/pool area. The pool area was very nice. They had a small kiddie pool and a larger pool for the older kids and adults. They had a very good cable TV selection. The bathrooms and showers were clean. For some reason the showers down by the pool were pay showers, while those farther into the campground weren't. They do have a gate that is closed from 1am to 7am. So, if you arrive late, or want to leave early, that could be a problem. Also be aware: if you are approaching from the south on US 9, you'll have to make a tight 180-degree turn to get into the campground. They recommend larger rigs come in from the north. This campground may not have all the amenities of some others in the area, but it also doesn't have their prices, and you're definitely not in a parking lot. All in all, we enjoyed our stay and would stay here again.
This is a nice campground along the West Canada Creek just outside the southern Adirondack area of New York. We stayed during the week, so the park was fairly quiet. Apparently they are much busier on weekends. Large level sites: most are grassy, but some have sand. Some sites have concrete patios. Sites vary from full sun, to complete shade. Excellent cable (some HD channels) and Wi-Fi. Not a lot of activities, but the river is great for canoeing or tubing. They have a pool and a couple of playground sets. The bathrooms and showers were clean. However, there are only 4 showers for the entire campground. The location is convenient to the southern Adirondacks and the Mohawk River valley. We would stay here again.
We stayed at this park for 4 days while visiting the Grand Canyon/Northern AZ area. As one can imagine, this is a very busy park. All sites are gravel/dirt and reasonably level. Our site was quite small. By the time we got our trailer positioned between the trees so we could open the awning, we didn't have any space left to park our truck. Most sites were quite close together. Our neighbor's fire ring was about 5 ft from our trailer. The indoor pool is always busy and there are plenty of activities for kids. They had good Wi-Fi, but we were less than 100 ft from the antenna. They could use more shower/restroom facilities as there was a line for the showers most mornings.
We stayed here for an overnight on our way to AZ. A nice campground right off I-40. All sites are paved and level, although somewhat short. We had just enough room for a 25 ft TT and fullsize truck. They have a nice pool and playground. The restroom and showers were nice. They had good Wi-Fi, although they only permit one connection per site. They have a free continental breakfast in the morning, which is a nice touch.
This is a very nice park in the NE corner of Oklahoma City. All sites are paved and level, although the front and rear approaches to the pads generally were not. This can make hooking up or unhooking a trailer tricky. The sites have dual sewer hookups, which is nice. They have a small playground. The park appears to cater more to the retiree/full-timer crowd, so no organized children's activities. They had good Wi-Fi. The only negatives are there are no picnic tables at the sites and the lack of cable TV. Although Oklahoma City has many broadcast TV stations, I would have expected cable in a park of this caliber. Overall, a very nice park.
We stayed here for an overnight and found it to be a nice campground. The sites are mostly gravel/dirt, although some are paved. Most sites appeared fairly level. The sites were about average in size. They had a nice pool and small playground area. The restrooms/showers were clean. They had good Wi-Fi, but we weren't too far from the antenna, so I can't comment on the rest of the park. The only negative I can think of is the camp store was not too well stocked. The park is a short distance away from Six Flags.
This is one of the nicest campgrounds we've ever stayed at. The sites are large and level. Most have concrete patios and some have concrete pads as well. The restrooms and showers were spotless. They have 3 pools, 1 outdoor family, 1 outdoor adult, and 1 indoor family. There is a large pond with paddle boats and fishing. The only negative are the trains that pass along the back of the campground. Fortunately, they seem to only come and go in the late afternoon and early evening. Also, be aware that they have started to install a sprinkler system in some parts of the campground. It might get some of your outdoor items wet when it goes off at 5:30 am. All in all, a great campground.
This is a very nice, family-oriented campground about 45 min north of Syracuse, NY. There are a lot of organized activities for kids. They also have a nice pool and a small playground. Also, the park borders the Little Salmon River, which is very shallow and can keep the kids occupied for hours. Some of the park's infrastructure is a bit dated, but the restrooms were very clean. The sites are generally large, and most of the park is well shaded. Some of the branches can be low hanging, so if you have a taller unit, you will want to be careful. Water and electric services can be a long way from your site. In many places, 4 sites share centrally located water and electric hookups. Our water hookup was about 35 ft away, and the electric hookup was about 50 ft away. Our site only had a 30A electric hookup, meaning my 15A extension cord wouldn't work. Fortunately, they let me borrow a 30A cord. The camp store is well stocked with RV supplies and fishing supplies.
We stayed here during Memorial Day weekend. The park was full and everybody was well behaved. The staff is friendly and helpful. I needed to borrow an extension ladder to make a repair on the roof of our trailer. One of their workcampers let me borrow his and even delivered it to our site. The older pull-through sites are only about 30 ft long, but are well spaced out. Ours was sloped slightly down hill, which made it hard for our kids to get into and out of the trailer (even with a double step). Most of the other sites appeared to be very level. Despite being full, the restrooms and showers were always clean. The indoor pool is very nice and always busy and there are plenty of things for the kids to do. The store is well stocked with the basics. As another reviewer mentioned, if you are arriving from the Watkins Glen direction, there is a 2 mile long, 7% grade to contend with. Since it begins at a stoplight, you can't always get a running start.