Tight sites with a lot of run down or cluttered long term residents. Our site was between two long term guests with large dogs that used our site as their bathroom. It was very filthy. Our complaint to the office fell on deaf ears and we will not go back.
A lot of improvements in the past two years. Each site is a different shape and size and not all have hook-ups. Very quiet and scenic. Observatory on the park grounds was entertaining for grandkids. We will visit again.
A decent overnight park, but we felt a bit out of place amongst all the seasonal guests. The owners were friendly, Wi-Fi OK. This park is primarily for long term residents from nearby Binghamton. OK access for big rigs. We were the only motorhome in the park that we saw when there as well as the only people there overnight. We probably wouldn't stay again.
Stunningly beautiful setting. Lots to do here, horseback riding, hayrides, events and boating. Friendly staff. Roads are dirt primarily and could be quite a challenge for very large rigs depending on where in the park you are located. Some of the seasonal sites were a bit older, but neatly kept. Very quiet, and peaceful. We will definitely be back.
This park is no longer a KOA. Very friendly staff and clean grounds. Some corners can be tight for big rigs. Wi-Fi is spotty at best. Quiet mid-week, a zoo on the weekends. Restrooms are older but very clean. We would stay again.
Well run park in excellent location. Only concern was narrow sites. Slideouts seem to nearly touch your neighbors. Other then that, good rate, casino shuttle, and easy access to Twin Cities. We will stay again if in the area.
While the park itself is nice and we have stayed several times prior to this trip, the price is just too much for what you get and where you are at. The site was fairly level but tight for our rig. Our neighbors sewer hose leaked quite a bit and it appeared they were not in their coach much. The staff didnt seemed too concerned, in fact it seemed the thought of the sewer leaking was amusing to them. Overall though the park is very nice. But, as nice as it is, it is not a destination resort. If it were not for a family wedding, we would not have stayed. In fact, our relatives got a group rate at the Hampton Inn and paid less per night then we did for a full hook-up RV site. I am afraid this is our last visit to this park unless they lower their prices.
We made reservations intending to stay a week, but left after only 1 night. The park looks great when you drive up to the security gate to check in. However, the goodness stops there. Our site was much too small for a big rig, very muddy and littered with trash from neighbors and previous occupants. It seemed most of the tenants of the park were there long term and their units in a state of disrepair with a lot of clutter around. After going to bed around 11 PM we awoke to noises outside our coach only to find upon investigating that a couple of children from a larger group had chosen our site for a hiding spot during a game of hide and seek. One had crawled under our coach the other was actually up on the top wrung of our roof ladder. Their parents were at the site next to ours "visiting" ( ie. drunk out of their minds) and thought it quite funny when we asked if they would keep their kids off our coach. As we walked away one muttered " _______ overnighters!! Think they own the place". If they would add a banjo player this park would be a good place for a remake of the movie Deliverance.