August 7, 2019 - reviewed by Dave
It's a relatively small park but it's very quiet and there is woods between most sites that provides plenty of privacy. Bathrooms were clean and the showers are nice but do cost tokens that aren't too much to buy. They have firewood delivered to your site. There's a playground for kids that is pretty nice and the trails go for miles all around if you like to hike. Big fields for dogs to play in or to fly kites, play ball, whatever. Lots of wildlife around. You're guaranteed to see deer in the fields and big cardinals flying around.
Some sites are easier to access than others but all have access to water and electric with some having 50 amp service.
Come late spring if you like dry camping because it can be pretty soft on the ground out there until probably late June but then its smooth sailing till it closes
September 7, 2017 - reviewed by Lynn R.
Our particular site is more than NOT level, and we don't have automatic leveling. Nonetheless, private sites and very nice. Would come here again.
August 28, 2017 - reviewed by Joanne Monnat
This park is small and quiet. They have great hiking trails. We always enjoy going here. A bit over priced. Bathrooms are clean. Sites are very private.
August 11, 2017 - reviewed by Corinne
Great Smaller Campground
Went for 3 days and everything was great. Over half of the sites are private on 3 sides and a good amount of shade. Nice playground right in the middle of the loop. Clean facilities. The website says the showers cost money but they're actually free. Very nice staff and great hiking trails. Would highly recommend!
July 26, 2017 - reviewed by Michael Dentico
Private And Quiet
Some sites are small but you can get your rig in no problem most of the sites on the outer ring are very private which is great.
May 31, 2017 - reviewed by Paul Haas
Close To Rochester
Beautiful, wooded large sites, and close to Rochester. Only downside not all sites have water and the ones that do require a long hose.