Treasure Island is a good campground only if you are planning on a one night stopover while travelling. The weekend that our group (3 campers) stayed here was very hot, there are trees and shade cover only for the seasonals and we were placed in the middle of the circular grassy area with no trees whatsoever. The owners are friendly, but the rules and regulations list is a mile long. The owners patrol every 30 minutes. There was a huge overhead street light, that put a huge damper on the nightly camp fire. Beach area is clean and sandy, kids enjoyed it immensely.
Park is very convenient to the Herkimer Diamond Mines and major roadways. Sites are very cramped and power poles are shared between sites. One camper will have to back in and the neighbor has to pull in, making it very difficult to position. West Canada Creek was in the back window of our neighbor, but because we had to pull in, we had a view of the construction crews as they were setting up new sites. There was heavy equipment noise all weekend. We had to leave the truck hooked up as we did not have room to pull out from under the fifth wheel and swing the truck out. All in all after the construction is done I am fairly sure that this park will be nice enough other than the parking problems with shared utilities.
I have been here at Savannah Oaks since February 2nd 2007 (came in on a seasonal/monthly basis and plan to stay here for a year or so) and have been absolutely tickled pick with the facility. The staff is very nice, helpful and it is a very clean, quiet and well maintained park. The other seasonal campers are very friendly and offer assistance if it is needed. Internet is available for the long term campers through the cable company for standard rates or there is a free computer set up in the office area. Savannah Oaks is an upscale r.v. park and the access to local Savannah tourist areas is quick and easy. Shopping and eating is within 5 minutes at Route 95. I absolutely recommend this park to anyone wanting a peaceful quiet vacation.