Beautiful park. Beware, if you camp here in a motorhome or trailer and want to use a generator .. don't count on it being OK. In, NON quiet hours, if some or any campers complain, you have to shut off the generator or you will be kicked out - period. We were here in off season during the week and had a refrigerator failure on the gas side. To bad they said, buy some ice or go to the parking lot.
The owners are very friendly and they keep the CG in very good shape. Many sites are for the season but sites are kept very nice. No sewer but have honey wagon and grey water at sites. 30amp power was weak but was a very hot 3 days. Nice little town of LeRoy near by with a wonderful RxR Depot restaurant. Letchworth SP 20 miles away and very nice. Loud race track open only Saturday nights across the street. Would stay again. Great RV service Co in Caledonia.
Nothing fancy at all. Staff nice, site level in trees and near nice pool. It gets very crowded after lunch. Sites close together on gravel. Had rain so plenty of mud off gravel. Lots of kids. Only stayed here because of relatives near by. Close to Westerville and Polaris area. Campground itself needs a major upgrade to get a better rating. Restrooms were fairly clean but well used. This is not a vacation spot in my opinion. Stayed here a week.
Very nice park and campground. Plenty of space at sites and all paved and level. Has very nice swimming area for those that want to use it for $4. Great price - $20 or $15 for seniors. No reservations, but only full on weekends. I will stay here again.
Great campground in beautiful valley. Our 40' pusher fit just fine and we had a good view in site A 41 on the hill. Restrooms look new and areas well kept with nice office staff. Rate fair for full service and cable. Would stay here again. Easy to get to on 105 just 10 mile south of Boone Rt 421.
Out of the way but worth the trip to this beautiful spot on the coast. Right off the beach with the largest drift wood trees, mostly redwoods I believe, you can imagine. The root stumps are 30 ft high and you can camp in them. Then there are the large Sea Stacks, small islands that rise 80+ ft with trees on top, right off the coast. A sight you will remember forever. Beach is in a U shape. The indian reservation built the resort and camp site a few years ago and it is first rate. Office service is poor. No restrictions so watch out for the indian's dogs if you have a pet. Camping is allowed on the beach with fires at night. Stayed here 9/2010