May 29, 3:21pm - reviewed by Claude
Too expansive for what it offers. Site too small for bids riggers. 35 feets is probably the max in cliffside campground. Refreshing is obvious.
May 23, 1:04pm - reviewed by Dave
Seen Better Days
Park is growing old needs some up keep, and regular maintenance showers in the hill campground are old and dirty, there idea of cleaning them is hosing the bugs out and picking up left over God knows what from previous use. As for the sites pick wisely as some are small and tight to maneuver larger units and if it rains lots of people get stuck getting in and off the sites especially in the spring, can get busy on weekends but all and all its a nice place to get away without travelling long distance.
May 4, 6:57pm - reviewed by Itinerant Canuk
A Good Park
A good park for a quick escape from the city. On the shores of Lake Ontario, good hiking, fishing, picnicking. Lakeside camp sites have power only. No water on sites. Some sites are very tight for anything bigger than a popup or a small trailer but some sites are good for RV's up to 35 feet. Free dump station and water refill for campers. Would get 5 stars but some sites in Lakeside get flooded when it rains.