My whole family loved this campground. It was just pure fun for the little ones. There were so many things for my 5 and 2 year old to do including face painting, ceramics, a Mothers Day craft, a dance party, hayrides and candy bar BINGO. There was a big open field with a really nice playground. Out site was right along the field and was level with great views. Perfect for young kids and all the amenities that adults look for as well.
This campground should be a model for all others. Upon arrival at 9pm we were escorted to our site and assisted in backing it in. There was excellent security and someone even walked around at quiet hour to make sure everyone was keeping the volume reasonable. The playground was huge and fenced in which made it easier to keep track of the kids. The indoor pool was clean, the perfect temperature and properly chlorinated with beautiful decor. They had candy bar bingo and had mardi gras beads for everyone at the end. They had movies in the evening, scavenger hunts and many other activities. The sites were very level and roomy. You could hardly tell which sites were seasonals because they were all tastefully maintained. I asked a campground employee about the seasonals and they explained that they require all seasonals to move sites throughout the season. The laundry and bathrooms were clean, clean, clean! Everything was well run and beautifully maintained. Checkout was 2pm, which gave us an opportunity to eat lunch before taking off. This is a great campground and we can't wait to revisit.
We were so excited about this park, but were disappointed. They had WIFI, but it was $15 for the weekend. They have two pools. One was driving distance from our site down a huge hill and the other was right near the road at the entrance to the park. It was chaotic trying to bike to the pool near the entrance and maneuver around incoming RV's. Although the roads were beautifully paved, they were very hilly and extremely difficult for the little ones to bike. There were NO activities, except an evening movie. They depend on visitors spending their day in Lake George so offer nothing to do at the campground. The site we had was totally unlevel and we had to continually re-adjust to maintain some sort of levelness in the camper. On a positive note, we were in a beautifully wooded site and the campground itself was very neat, clean and well maintained. The store was well stocked and the office was beautiful.
We were disappointed. The site was a pull through but we had to maneuver the camper just to be able to get the slide out. The indoor pool was overly chlorinated, the playgrounds were the old metal type with a couple of swings. The seasonals were everywhere and incredibly run down. The whole place was run down and quite frankly kind of scary. We will not be revisiting.
The campground is in a great location, only about half hour to Mystic Aquarium and the ocean. The campground itself was great. The sites were a good size and level. However, there was a semi-dried up little creek behind our camper that smelled awful and was a breeding ground for bugs. We had a non-sewer site and paid for a pump out at 9am but didn't receive the services until 7pm that day. So we were backed up all day. There were tons of seasonals and most were park models. Although the volume of seasonals was overwhelming, they really took great care of their properties. The roads were perfect for biking, and well used by all the kids. The pools were over chlorinated, but clean. They even had a toddler pool that was 1.5 feet deep. Was opened on time, and was supervised. There were activities all day and for all age groups. They had bingo, for adults and children, several playgrounds, an inflatable parachute, family washer toss, softball, and much more. It was a great campground with nonstop action.