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12/2010
rating [ 3/10 ]
The park itself I would rate a "9", but there is a lot of baggage that comes along with this campground. If you want to be treated like part of the furniture, by all means go and enjoy. Sites are clean and have an upscale feel, because most are high end MH's going to the casino. However, after our stay we booked a future 2 day stay which was accepted by their staff. A month later I called to confirm the site, and the owner said she canceled the reservation since it was a required 3 day stay weekend. We were not informed before, and were coming that weekend. I offered to pay a half day extra that would allow us to stay till 5, AND offered to book an additional weekend in their off season. To all of this she said rules are rules and she would not change them even though she admitted that this was her mistake. I booked at another campground. (When I posted this on another web site, the owner had the nerve to go on and said we should had just paid her for the extra day, since it would have been cheaper than staying at the other campground.) This was not about dollars, it was about paying for a non service and being treated civilly. This owner does not understand either.
06/2011
rating [ 9/10 ]
Check in easy. We had a pull through site. A sites have a cement pad, which was very helpful since it poured one morning, and there was some flooding, but it drained very quickly. Bathrooms were redone in a quality tile, which made me feel like I was staying in a Westin hotel, rather than a campground. This was a very peaceful campground, just about 10 minutes from Williamsburg, but only 2 minutes off of 64. Definitely will come back when I am in the region.
04/2011
rating [ 8/10 ]
Very clean organized park, that with some small improvements would be a 10 in my book. First the good. Campground is right off of Route 1 heading towards the beaches. Each site has own table and enough distance between sites. It is now a Jellystone park: the owners are very friendly and want to make sure you are comfortable. (Was told individuals from the Three Seasons premier area campground, helped develop this park.) The main issue faced was the utilities. Cable and water are so far away for some sites that unless you have extended wiring or hoses, it makes it very difficult to use. Also, getting into some of the pull through sites got me nervous. They are more like back ins because you would have to go through a small drainage ditch. However, I would go back in a heart beat.
09/2010
rating [ 9/10 ]
Have been coming on and off for the past 8 years. Large sites, with clean restrooms. Upper campground more private, with the lower campground where the activities are. Great base camp to explore the Amish country.
08/2010
rating [ 10/10 ]
Very friendly helpful staff. Large pull through sites. After a long travel day we were guided to our site. Our toad was dead, and were helped without asking for a charge. When I offered a tip for their service, it was refused. That's what makes you come back over and over again. Would recommend this campground without question. Only a mile off of 80, with no road noise.
07/2010
rating [ 8/10 ]
Nice quiet campground, more adult oriented since there are few kid activities. Fine for us since we don't have kids. We stayed over this past weekend with heavy thunderstorms, overall very little mud and it drained extremely well. Took 1 point off for non paved roads, and 1 point for not having a swimming pool.
07/2010
rating [ 8/10 ]
An adult campground. Which was good for us since we didn't have any kids. Quiet campground, with excellent electric. Only thing that hold me from giving this a 10 would be a swimming pool, and maybe a little more separation between sites. Far enough from I-78 that there is no road noise, with very pretty views of the surrounding countryside.
06/2010
rating [ 7/10 ]
Convenient spot off of Route 414 and about 5 minutes from downtown Watkins Glen. People were friendly. Arrived about 10 PM, the office was closed however there was a person who directed us to our site, which was very nice. All facilities were nice, except sites were to close together. The next person's sewer site was literally on top of us. Which disturbed us because you could see that there is work being done, like cement pads. Why do the work on cement pads when 2 feet from your picnic table is the sewer. Would I stay again, yes, since usually you can't find everything you want in a campground. Also, even though we don't have kids, seemed like plenty of activities, for the young ones.
06/2010
rating [ 9/10 ]
If you want a quiet peaceful setting within corn fields during your visit to the Cooperstown area this is the place. The owners can't do enough for you. Electric was solid and internet worked fine. About 15 minutes from the Cooperstown area.
05/2010
rating [ 7/10 ]
Difficult campground to rate, since some of the items would rate high and others low. First, don't like getting nailed for everything under the sun. They have the nerve to charge a nightly $4 resort fee. Are you kidding? This is a campground not the St. Regis. In addition, alot of the sites are not conducive to 40-foot motorhomes. I had to ask for help to get into my site, after I made this reservation 2 months ahead of time, and made it in by 3 inches. This was a pull through and I had to back out since there was no way to drive through without hitting a tree. The trees have to be trimmed throughout the CG since they rub against the MH on all the roads leading to your site which can scratch the paint. The electrical was below 110 amps most of the time, and we actually had the 30 amp switch off in the evening, and not only did I have to fix my box, I had to call maintenance to fix another adjacent box to make my electric go back on. Now the good parts. Close to NYC, very clean bathrooms and meticulous grassy areas. A caring group of people who are constantly working on the campground. The store is well stocked. Many activities for the kids, from what I saw. We're two 50 somethings so ours are grown up. Would I come back, yes, since I am only 50 miles from the CG, so even though I find this place overpriced, does save me the gas which offsets the nightly price, but that savings should be in my pocket not the CG's.
05/2010
rating [ 8/10 ]
For the Cape May area, a nice area to lay your hat. Sites were somewhat tight, with your neighbor pretty much on top of you. A clean campground with the bathrooms constantly kept up. As previous posters have mentioned, these golf carts are constantly going from point A to point B and you have to watch out for them. Lots of trees and during the time we were here, generally quiet. Rates go from $35 to $62 during the summer season. All in all, I would go back here when staying in the Cape May area.
05/2010
rating [ 10/10 ]
One of the cleanest, well kept Campgrounds in the Northeast that I have come though. Has cement pads and very level sites. All spaces are kept clean with garbage poles on each site to put your trash. There is a walking path within the campground, since there is a bird sanctuary within. The casino has many good restaurants for a dinner out, and some entertainment. The campground is right off the NYS Thruway, approximately 1 mile, so it is easy off and on. Would stay here any chance I got.
07/2005
rating [ 5/10 ]
After a long grueling ride, was looking for a quiet restful night of sleep. This is definitely not the place. First the site we were in, as were many in the area were back to back, which causes no privacy. You face directly at your neighbor, which everytime you walk out, dogs start barking at you. So dogs are going off all night long. In addition, the sewer lines had cinder blocks, which allowed air to escape. As a previous reviewer stated, golf carts roam throughout the campground. There were noisy motorcyclists who liked nothing better to speed through their streets. Its like a small city. Finally, extremely dusty, got all over the motorhome, toad and us. Would not go back. Will find a state campground.
05/2004
rating [ 9/10 ]
Don't know about the previous reviewers. The rules that they have at the campground, are routine that you find at most campgrounds. The sites are more than average, especially their premium sites. The campground is located within an apple orchard. This is not a busy campground with a lot of activities. It's a place where there is quiet, and a great place to camp if one is hitting Foxwoods, Mohegan Sun or other tourist areas. Have been doing a weekend each of the past few years, and believe the previous two reviews are unfair.
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