This Park is located out in the Country. It's rather a long way to go for a 1 night stay. The Park itself is nice with a full grassy area to park, walk and even play golf. Owner was pleasant when I called and we checked in. Lots of Seasonals but area very clean and well kept. We would stay again if not in a rush to move on down the highway. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park was very nice. We only stayed 1 night. The only thing that I (we) had a problem with was with the other campers. The kids were SCREAMING will into the night (well past 10:30). If you don't mind a little hike off the freeway nice and clean place. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The best thing about this campground is the cheap golf. Other than that, we would not go back. We did not have a fire ring or a picnic table at our site. We were surrounded by seasonals who had 2 and 3 tables and were using the fire rings for flower planters. We asked the office 3 times for these items and never received any help. By day two, we finally approached a couple of the seasonal sites and asked if we could borrow a fire ring and table. We definitely felt like we were intruding. Our site was tight and unlevel and the tree branches needed cutting back. A tree branch ripped our refrigerator vent off the top of our camper upon leaving. The owner didn't even apologize. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very nice, clean park with lots of room to roam. Park is located in the mountains of the Delaware River watershed in The Southern Tier of New York, with beautiful sunrises, sunsets and dark star studded nights. Very quiet and restful area, but with lots to do on day trips, near by. The Campground is family owned and operated with the owners on site. The Kelly Family was very eager to make our stay a great one. We had stayed here before and it is one of those places you will be drawn back to. We will be going back. They also have a 9-hole par-3 golf course adjacent to the Park which is available for a small fee. We camped here in a Motorhome.