We went here to visit Niagra Falls so we were really looking to leave the MH during the day. This is a fairly small park behind the motel. We decided to take the Grayline tour and they do pick you up right in front. The park was quit but there really isn't anything for kids to do. The manager was very friendly and told us to use the spot in back of our MH to park the car. I would guess this would get a little cramped in the summer. I would stay here again.
One of the nicer places we stayed. No trains! This was one of the quiter campgrounds with easy access to the interstate. The bathrooms and showers were spotless. This was once a KOA park and the new owners are doing a nice job on the upkeep and upgrades. I would stay here again. .
This was a 2 day stop for the AF Museums. This is an old park. The showers and bathrooms reflect the age of this park. The grass we were parked on was 6 inches long until the second day when they mowed it and then it was a battle to keep it outside. We were going to do some wash but 1 machine was broken and the other 5 had clothes left in them. There are a lot of people living here. We took a walk around the park but you have to watch where you put your feet. Goose droppings!! Also take earplugs for the road noise. There is a bridge to cross to get into the main campground, driver beware, this bridge is maybe 9 feet and some inches wide with nice metal guard rails to scrach up your paint. I really don't think I would stay here again.
This was a nice clean campground. The bathrooms and showers were very clean and everyone was friendly. A well kept campground. The only issue we had was the road noise from the Interstate. Overall we would stay here again..
We stoped here overnight. Well one bath house/bathroom was closed and the one that was open was about 20 yrs. old. This was an old Jellystone park at one time. The new owners are doing upgrades so in all fairness this may be ok in the future. I will say there are no trains..
Very clean bathrooms and showers. The campground is down in the ravene so you do have to go up the hill for the bathrooms and showers. The other issue is the trains, their not all that far away and they like their horns. We got rained on pretty hard and I was wondering if we were going to wake up in the Mississippi. The access for a 40 FT. MH would be a little tight.