Standard (tent/RV)
Tent Cabin
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Drinking Water
About Highbanks Campgrounds

Overlooking the scenic Allegheny Reservoir, Highbanks Campground boasts camping at it’s best. Enjoy the comforts of our cabins and chalets, relax in your RV, or pitch a tent to sleep under the stars. They have 89+ campsites, 36 cabins, and 7 shower facilities.

Drive In
Walk In
ADA Accessible
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Sanitary Dump
Trash Available
Highbanks Campgrounds is located in New York
42.6976 N
-77.932 W
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4 Reviews of Highbanks Campgrounds
Perfect getaway

The campgrounds are not too close together, allowing you to have a little spot in the woods to yourself. All spots have a picnic table, a fire pit, and room for 2 cars. Each loop of campsites has a clean bathroom and shower facility. About $25 a night, which was definitely worth it. The location in the park is super convenient for driving to the falls or finding a trail to hike. Will definitely be back

Relaxing, lots of things to do

Coming to Letchworth will never get old. Love coming here to camp or just spend the day with friends and family. I’ve had graduations, birthdays and anniversaries here for over 40 years. I wish the bathrooms were a bit cleaner. They always seem to feel neglected.

Letchworth Campground

Stayed here 1 night in June. They have a peculiar rule at the gate that says to not enter CG if not checked in with the office and to set up in the parking lot; so make sure you get there before the office closes at night. The sites are very close to one another and pretty small. We barely had room for 2 tents. Plenty of tree cover right on the rim of the gorge though. Fire rings and a table are provided at each site.

First to Review
A little different than expected from website

We stayed here at the beginning of August and brought 3 children ages 10, 9, and 5. We did not realize this campground’s sites were so close together. And most of the sites were gravel lots. If you’re coming to enjoy boating or the like, it is probably about perfect. As long as you don’t mind the dust and dirt from all of the gravel and the mediocre bath houses. Their swimming pools were very nice on the other hand. They had a 1-1.5 foot kiddie pool and a large graduating pool with the water being about 80 degrees is guess. They also have a jacuzzi. There are water and electric hook ups which is nice even when tent camping. It isn’t exactly what we expected, but there are lots of trails through the woods and of course you have the Allegheny there. The campground isn’t exactly beautiful but we’ve decided to give it a chance. We will try a cabin next time and see if the nicer lots make the whole experience that much better.