Fantastic park. We were in a premium site on the marsh. Lots of bird watching. Very quiet and peaceful. The only reason this park gets a 9 is because, although it is an adults only park, there are no adult activities. Would have been nice to have some sort of activity -- movies, contra dance -- something to do over the Memorial Holiday. Also, although the pull-throughs are big rig sites, they are the tightest in the park.
Great CG for those looking for a quiet, peaceful experience. This CG is an adult-only CG; children are not even allowed to visit for the day. Sites are very spacious and private. The only reasons why we're not giving this CG a 10 is because the "beach" on the pond is not a beach -- more of a grassy tidal area that one must wade into. In addition, the place has a lot of seasonals, who have all of the sites on and near the pond. Water pressure on the back side of the CG is low, so finding a site on the front side is advisable. That said, it was a great place for a very relaxing experience.
Spacious KOA with nice pull-throughs for big rigs. Well run and expanding. Good access to Western Pennsylvania sites, and easy access off main highway. Not a lot to do at the campground, though. Would not be a place we would simply camp at, but is good as a home base for day trips.
Small KOA in a great location for anyone wanting to spend time seeing the Niagara Falls region. Right on the American/Canadian border. Pull-through sites were a bit tight and lacked privacy but were manageable. There were a lot of children running through other people's sites (including ours) and riding rented four-wheel type pedal toys on the weekend, which made for some rather loud evenings. But other than that, the KOA was a good home base for seeing Niagara Falls. I would not come here to simply camp, however. Not much to offer.