I really wanted to like this campground, I really did. It is an easy location off the highway, close to my family and also close to a bunch of wineries, has a pool and a bar/restaurant. First off, I booked a "deluxe full hook up" site on their website (as opposed to standard water/electric or deluxe river front). Full hook up to them means water and electric. (They have since changed this on their website.) We burned up 3 electrical plugs while at this campground. On checking the service we found the electrical to be running around 97v on the bad, 105v on the good. Luckily we did not destroy any of our equipment! Saturday we decided to hit the pool. While there we noticed that the water level was a good 3" under the filters: quite nasty with all of the kids in the pool. We notified the office who told us they thought it had been taken care of. The pool remained under filled (and therefore unfiltered) the whole 5 days we were here. Monday we returned after hiking in one of the parks to find we had just a trickle of water. We thought that maybe we clogged our filter (the water coming from the spigot was brownish). It was not our filter and after checking several spigots came to find that it was the campground. We figured that with all of the people leaving maybe their pressure was low. Tuesday was more of the same. We were told that the campground "ran out of water" and they were working on the problem. We were leaving anyway so we packed up and got out as quickly as possible. On a good note, the restaurant turned out some pretty good food and the fireworks display was impressive for a campground. This is the first time in 15 years of camping that I said "NEVER AGAIN" about a campground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The roads in this place are terrible--our tow vehicle bottomed out more than once. The wild parties start on Thursday and end Saturday night. We could not sit outside because of the mosquitoes. The seasonal campers were not friendly at all. For an overnight stay it is OK but not for a longer stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have been there several times. Most of the time it is a great place to camp. The only exception is on holidays. During this time the overflow area is like a parking lot, with almost no room to open your awnings. Very nice family park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
There weren’t any previous reviews for this campground so we went in blind. This is a huge campground, about three minutes from Interstate 90; and spread over a large area. In the transient area, the lots are a decent size. We reserved a full hookup site three weeks in advance via Reserveamerica and received confirmation of a full hookup site. Be aware that the full fee is placed against your charge card as soon you make the reservation, unlike most campgrounds that put a partial payment fee against the card with you paying the balance upon arrival. I did feel the fee was a bit steep for just water and 30-amp electric. Speaking of arrival, the gravel entrance road and interior gravel campground roads are in very bad shape and in dire need of grading and filling. The speed limit is 5 mph but even that is too fast for these roads. I guess all the full hookup sites must be saved for the seasonals because there weren’t any available when we arrived. We were sited in the trailer/boat storage area about 100 yards from the river/Erie Canal which was nice. The sites are grass and nice and level with picnic tables and fire rings. We got very good Verizon broadband connection and about 12 TV channels on the antenna. And even though it is convenient to I-90, there is no highway noise although there is a train somewhere nearby that you can hear every so often. There is a large bar/restaurant and they were having a fish fry the night we arrived. We were tired, though, and didn’t go. There’s a boat ramp that will get your boat on the Erie Barge Canal and two cranes to lift you out although I don’t know if they’re working or not. The one crane is holding a small, rather old houseboat. I drove through the upper campground and decided this overflow area was much nicer. Basically a nice quiet private type area except when partying campers from other sections come parading through on their golf carts playing music loud enough to wake the dead, or when the same campers use the tree line 50’ from your window as their private bathroom! You definitely need a golf cart to get from the lower area to the restaurant or restrooms. It appears the owners are expanding the campground and hopefully, they’ll put restrooms and a shower in the lower area. However, negatives aside, we would stay here again and would recommend it to others. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.