Great place for kids of all ages. Good security. They have a security guard riding around all the time. Gated entrance after hours. Paved roads with 3/8 blue stone sites that are pretty level. Tengo Internet Wi-Fi at every site, however it was painfully slow. At times I was getting 1 Mbps. I have a Sprint Iphone which was roaming on Verizon the whole time we were here. This used up the battery in a few hours even while connected to Wi-Fi. No powered scooters are allowed such as Razor, golf carts, mopeds, etc. All bicycles must be back on your site by sunset. I would have given the campground a 10 if the Wi-Fi was better. They have a firetruck ride every day at 4pm. My neighbor and I chose to camp on sites J-10 and J-13 because these sites are very close and face each other. It's great for friends and family but not if your camping alone. Most of the other sites are spacious.
No complaints. Right off the Toll Road but far enough away were you didn't notice the traffic. Good gravel interior roads with grassy sites. Looks like it might have been a KOA at one time. We planned on only staying 2 nights but ended up staying for 5 nights. Very nice and helpful staff. Nice pool with the playground next to it. Very peaceful place to camp. We stayed on a W/E site which did provide some shade. Full hookups were available if we wanted but they were full sun. Propane filling station also. It is 5 minutes from the RV surplus warehouses. The RV Museum is one exit east. We will stay here again if we are ever in Elkhart again.
Stayed over night here on our way to Indiana. First impression coming in the gate was positive. It looked well maintained with nice sites near the pond. We did not have a reservation and had a site in the rear section. I would have given it a higher rating but the the roads were dirt and due to the 28 days of rain made it very swampy. This is not their fault. The kids were covered in mud from head to toe from riding their bikes on the muddy roads. Also, quiet time was at 10PM but a DJ was playing loud music in the pavilion well after 10PM. I think it was after midnight when the "BOOM BOOM BOOM" finally stopped. Probably not a bad place to stay on non-holiday weekends. If you are looking for an overnight stay just for sleep, consider staying in an Ohio Turnpike rest area. It is only $15.00 per 24 hour stay. 30/50 amp electric and dump station is provided. We found this out after leaving the campground when we stopped for lunch. I thinks there were 4 of them across the entire turnpike. We will not be staying here again.
Nice place. We stayed here one night enroute to Niagara Falls. I'm not sure if sewer hookups were available as we did not need it for one night. We stayed at an open site right near the pool. The kids took a hayride around the campground and went swimming. They had a blast. We didn't have reservations and just took a chance getting of the highway when we saw the sign. We were glad we did. I would have given the campground a higher rating except they had a DJ in the rec hall playing loud music all evening. I think they knocked off around 11PM. Putting the A/C on did not help. It wasn't what I would call music either. I'm sure this doen't happen all the time though. We would stay here again for a stop off.
We camped here on our return home from Four Mile Creek State Park up near Niagara Falls(mistake). We should have stayed longer in Niagara. We stayed in the 500 loop. The sites we had were not level. I could deal with that. It was the poison ivy that was everywhere. I think that all of the ground cover between every site in there was poison ivy. The camp office even had warning signs posted. We were planning on a two night stay but left after the first night. I had to watch my two young children like a hawk to keep them from getting into the poison ivy. Not my idea of family camping. As I said, we should have stayed at Four Mile Creek longer. The rest of Letchworth is beautiful though. The falls were really nice. Very scenic state park. I would rather have stayed at a campground outside the park and just went sight seeing in the park.
We camped here so we could visit Niagara Falls. The only reason I didn't give this campground a 10 was only because there was no sewer hookup. However we knew this before we arrived. The campsites were clean, spacious, grassy and level. All sites included a fire ring. These sites were wider and deeper than any campground I've been to. There seemed to be one tree on every site but it was still mostly sunny. There are premium sites on the lake. Water is available around the campground but you can't hookup to it. I used 200 feet of hose to get water from the water faucet two sites down. The playground was modern and the kids enjoyed it. The entire campground is paved which was nice for the kids to ride their bikes. At night we could see the city lights from Toronto across Lake Ontario. I highly recommend camping here.
Great Campground! Sites were clean, level, and spacious. It has to new heated pools. 1-1/2 feet deep kiddy pool and 3-1/2 to 5 feet deep pool for the adults. Free 30 minute hay-ride every day at 4pm takes you around the campground. Free movies for the kids at 7:30PM. Free WiFi near the camp store and pool area. The only two reasons I did not give it a ten is that there are no garbage cans for your garbage. You have to bring it down to the camp store area to a dumpster. The other thing is that it a long walk up hill from the pool to the campsite. We used our truck to go back and forth to the pool, store, and dumpster.
I have no complaints. It was super quiet during our mid April stay. The first two days of our visit we were the only one there. There is free Wi-Fi available, however you need to be in one of the sites close to the office. I would recommend staying here if you want to check out the Strasburg Railroad. It's much cheaper than the campgrounds along Rt. 340 and much less traffic in the area. I've said in another post that I prefer Flory's Camping while in Lancaster but Flory's is $40 per night and Wi-Fi is not free.
We did not stay at this campground. We drove through in our truck to get an idea while staying with family nearby. We were looking for a nice campground to stay at next time we visit. I really liked this campground. It's right on the Ohio River with good views. I did not see any access to the river. It is pretty high up with steep cliffs above the river. No sewer hookups, but the dump station is centrally located. All sites have 30 amp electric. Nicely shaded sites throughout. Very clean. I also did not notice a bathhouse or store either. You must be self contained. This could be a problem if you have to shower and clean dishes with no sewer hookup. Make sure you bring your portable holding tank. We are planning a stay here soon so I'll give the full report then.
Great place to camp if you like the ocean. The water is just a short walk away over the dunes. The sites are level. Each site has a concrete pad with a Trex wood picnic table. It never gets too hot there either as the breeze comes off the ocean during the summer and keeps it 10 degrees cooler than it is inland. We have never needed the A/C when we stay here. Bring a broom because you will be sweeping the sand out of your RV daily. The east end of the campground is where the full hookups are located. They have quite a few 50 amp hookups as well.
This is the only campground I will stay at while in Lancaster. The sights are level and well maintained with a gravel pad to park on and grass on the rest of the site. There is a working Amish farm right behind the campground. The animals came up to the fence behind our site which the kids enjoyed. The restrooms and showers are spotless and heated. WiFi is available for a fee. The staff is friendly. Half of the sites are shaded with the other half sunny. We had the pleasure of a bluegrass band playing in the Rec Hall the weekend we were there. It's also nice to hear the click clack of the Amish horse and buggys out on Ronks Rd. Tons of them on Sunday afternoons. I highly recommend Flory's Campground.
We were met by a steep hard left turn to enter the campground. My advise is to come in heading east so as not to wrench your hitch and suspension. The staff is friendly. The sight we had was pretty level. We arrived for Columbus Day Weekend and had hot, humid weather. I backed in to my sight and plugged in so I could turn on the A/C. The sight only had 20 amp service. When I tuned on the A/C it ran for a minute then tripped the breaker. You cannot reset the breaker yourself. I had to go to the office and ask to have it reset. This happened three more times until I gave up on the A/C. I checked the electric service at my site and a few other sites with a volt meter and found that the campsites were only putting out 100 volts, not 120. I would not recommend using any appliances here or you might damage it. Leave your fridge on propane and turn off your air. The next problem was that the water was brown. I thought it would clear out but never did. Bring your own water! It had a playground next to the office but I thought is was to close to the road. There was no safety fence and there was a 10 foot drop down to the road where cars were going past at high speeds. Watch your young children closely!!! We left after only one night.