Unfortunately the staff and corporate owner philosophy is to not welcome back those that do not plan to stay for an entire season! Hospitality and accommodating attitudes were not seen by any of the employees. I stayed with the mentioned rally and for such a profit generating group this place sure did not want to have anything to do with us! This was our 2nd and LAST time we stay at this place. Would not recommend it to anyone!
As with many KOAs around the area, this one is no different. It was comfortable, clean and full of activities / amenities. However, expansion efforts have been noted at this campground. We found ourselves camping about 5 feet away from the next site. Sites are literally on top of each other, we could hear the gentleman snoring next door. There is limited access to the 'prime' shaded sites; there is an open field for the larger rigs but who wants to live in an open field!! I would visit here again, but only because it is 10 miles down the road from the house.
I enjoyed the park however there were way too many seasonal trailers in place, most with the best of the locations (I don't blame them) but many were 'permanent' rather than seasonal with trees growing up through the trailer tongue and decks larger than the one at the house. The owners were very hospitable and tried to make us feel at home. It was enjoyable but mention should go to the total number of seasonal customers; a bit overwhelming when trying to blend it to the camping experience!
This 51-site facility for trailers or tents is in a heavily wooded area rich with wildlife, hiking trails, lake access, fishing and plenty of outdoors activities. Each site contains a picnic table and fireplace. The two large, centrally located comfort stations contain electricity and shower facilities, were well maintained and provided easy access from all directions. Reservations are only taken for Memorial Day, July 4th and Labor Day weekends; all other times are on a first come first serve basis. A well hidden treasure in the heart of the Hudson Valley.