This park was in a quiet rural area, away from the highway. It was only a 10 minute ride down the Robert Moses Parkway to downtown Niagara. Since the office had recently burned down, we cannot comment on how well it's stocked with supplies. The host was very helpful with recommendations for pizza and directions to Niagara Falls. Local TV channels came in well with our antenna. This was the perfect place to stay; only 25 mins to Lockport (to take the Erie Canal tour).
This campground was right next to the Cape Cod Rail Trail (bike path). The campground has plenty of shade from the Atlantic Oak trees. The office, lounge, game room and laundry are all in their new building. The staff was friendly and helpful. The kids enjoyed the free, nightly movie in the lounge. Most sites are pull-thru, and have wood chips; so, don't worry about the sand.
This is a nice campground in the Oneonta area. We stayed here while our son was at the All-Star Village (25 min away). There were other campgrounds closer, but not with all the amenities. My children (ages 6, 9, 12) enjoyed fishing in the lake and swimming in the pool. The office sells worms by the dozen and rents paddle boats, canoes, and rowboats. The campground is mostly level with dirt/stone paths; so, the kids were able to use their bikes. The owners were friendly and helpful, although they were a little hesitant to allow my son's friends to join him in the pool one afternoon. But after paying the daily fee, per person, we all had a good time.
They are recovering nicely from the flood in April. Some roads are not paved yet and there is a lot of sand from the river, but they are fully operational. They provide a FREE BBQ dinner for RVers staying 3 nights and lots of FREE activities for the kids (paddle boat races, craft, etc). Owners are friendly and helpful. Great park for the kids to ride their bikes; large field for softball or kites; BINGO on Sat/Sun; propane for a good price. GREAT FAMILY FUN!