This park is basically a gravel parking lot. The few trees in the park aren't big enough to provide shade in most areas. At arrival we had to push a button to summon the manager from next door. Most residents seemed long term. The office/laundry was clean. Far off the interstate. The owner/manager was friendly and showed us to our site, even letting us use an empty site for the tag-along, but the lack of amenities make this too costly.
We intended to spend 4 days here and stayed 9. This is one of the nicest parks we've ever been to. The place is immaculate. Sites are level, gravel, roomy with fire rings and tables. There are two small laundromats. Management couldn't be nicer or more helpful. There is an adjacent restaurant. If this place had a pool I'd give it an eleven!
This park is easily accessible and the spaces are not too crowded. The Wi-Fi was pretty reliable at our site. The dirt/gravel/wood chip site was fairly level. That being said, this is the least friendly park we've ever stayed in. The woman who checked us in had no interest in us what-so-ever. The other residents, mostly seasonal, don't even make eye contact. They have a long list of rules, most of which are broken by the campers. The owner/manager had a dog tied to the back of the office and clothes lines are everywhere.The trees are so thick that mosquitoes are a problem. There are many primative sites with tents. You have a security code to get in, but I still didn't feel comfortable here because of the other campers' distrustive attitudes. I wouldn't stay here again.
This park is in a beautiful setting, but a little difficult to get to. The cable TV is nice to have, because antenna reception is impossible. Sprint cell wouldn't work, nor Verizon air card. The campground Wi-Fi was excellent. Pull-throughs are not 50 amp, and our back-in 50 amp site's sewer wasn't functional. The camp is very peaceful due to it's remote location.
This price includes tax. The park is small with no pool, but is paved with level clean sites and easy access to Niagara. The price is a bargain for the area. There is a good restaurant across the street. Tours can pick you up here.The owners are so nice and helpful, I would definitely stay here again.
We are not members of Thousand Trails so we paid full price. The pool was very nice and the laundry room was excellent, bright and clean; and a real bargain. The park has lots of trees, making satellite reception impossible in our space. Antenna reception was horrible also and my WI-FI modem wouldn't work. Internet access is possible at the club house. There is a horrible mosquito problem in the treed area, and you are given a hand-out warning about West-Nile Virus at check-in. Walking the dog in the evening was difficult with the insects and there is no lighting. The employees were wonderfully nice and helpful. I would stay here again if I could get a better space.
This is a very nice park and a real bargain for the area. The sites are wide with fire rings and picnic tables. The Wi-Fi is excellent. The park is very well maintained and clean. The only thing that keeps me from giving it a 10 is the gravel roads, and even they are level and smooth. I would definitely stay here again.
This park is absolutely immaculate. Long sites with a grass area and table. The pool and hot tub were very clean. Management was friendly and eager to help. We would have stayed longer if we'd had more time.
Don't use this park unless you have children with you. It's great for kids but not adults. We were placed in the back of the park next to a railroad station. Noise wasn't a problem but the sand burrs were. I had to carry the dog out to the road so she wouldn't get loaded. There was no wi-fi. When I complained they told me I could go to a nearby shelter house and get a signal there but I had no luck. The dust is horrible. The laundry is too small for a park this size but management did empty an abandoned washer of clothes for me. I would not come back.
Great overnight park. Half the sites are on a paved parking lot, half with mature trees and grass. Wi-Fi was excellent. Off the beaten path but easy to find with all the State Fairgrounds signs. Go in gate 11 and look left. We arrived on Sunday and had to call Security to check in, and they responded quickly. Real value for the price. We would stay here again.
This is an excellent park. The staff is very friendly and helpful. A newspaper is delivered to each site every morning. The Wi-Fi is good. They have a great laundry and spa. The place is immaculate. I would stay here again.
This is a no frills park but well managed and cared for. The parking spaces are long enough for a crewcab dually, 39 ft 5th wheel and car with a motorcycle trailer. Parking is on grass/gravel but level. The Wi-Fi was good. Management stays on top of things. We would stay here again.
We would never stay here again. The long dirt road was bad enough, dry but terribly rutted and rough. The pull-through sites are awkwardly set up, two sites end to end with water on the curb side. There is a nice, fenced leash-off pet area. The price reflects water and electric only, and when we went to the dump station on leaving, it was clogged with standing water. An employee of the park was working on it. He reached for a concrete block placed nearby so as not to stand in the filth. It seemed the block had been there a while for that purpose. When we arrived we found the water was off and they forgot to tell us but got it on in a few hours. I am amazed that KOA lets them use their name.
This was a clean, well maintained park. It's easy to find right off the highway, but I didn't notice a lot of traffic noise. The pull-throughs are narrow, but very long. They accommodated a crew-cab dually, a 39 ft 5th wheel, and a car pulling a motorcycle trailer. This is not a resort, but a great over night stop. We would stay here again.