My girlfriend and I purchased a season campsite which was beautiful. The old guy who runs this place is going senile as well as having dementia. Low water pressure, constant sewer plug-ups, tree blew down on my girlfriend's car causing extensive damage and the campground had no insurance to cover it. They were clearly liable and negligent and should have had the tree removed because it previously was damaged from the wind and a large Branch came down on a camper. You have to buy your own firewood the people are rude I can go on and on please go up the road to the KOA
Might be 24 now but when I grew up my grandfather always brought me up here on the weekends or during the summer for a week and I always called it my second home it’s a beautiful camp for couples and family’s. Only about 15-20 mins away from the beaches. Definitely a must stay place.
This is a fairly new campground on Grand Island near Niagara Falls. There a lot to do here, kayaking the pond, 2 zip lines, miniature golf and great pools. The bathroom/showers are spotless. The sites have a decent amount of room and many have a lot of shade. They have back in or pull through sites, cabins, tent sites and even yurts.
Love this place, first visit, I’m in a tent but on a water and electric hookup site (as requested). Family friendly, quiet at night. Southern Tier brewery nearby, two different casinos within 40 minutes, golf course, huge lake and more! Tons of year round campsites and campers who all seem very friendly
We stayed here two nights and traveled around the area. It was located near the things we wanted so we wouldn’t have normally stopped, but glad we did both nights as the sunset was for sure worth it. Sites were pretty sunny so glad we had our sun shade along with us.
Nice little campground. Stayed for 7 nights, & spent 1 day in Buffalo & 1 @ the falls. Wanted a chill community & this was very quiet & relaxing. There is a park right across from the campground on Lake Erie. Would have given 5 stars if there was more to do on grounds.
Things to do if you stay a few days
- Luensman Overview Park
- watch sunset on the beach
- wine trail (Enjoyed Johnson’s)
- beach day. We went to Point Gratiot Park because they have a lifeguard on duty & they allow swimming.
This is a huge park on Lake Erie about an hour from Niagara Falls. Th day-use picnic area and beach are quite nice, clean, and well cared for.
The campground is another story. The tenting are is basically a field with no privacy. Yo can see the lake on the other side of a chainlink fence. In wet or rainy weather the whole thing becomes a swamp.
The RV sites are also close together, although a few of them seemed private. There are also 5 yurts that w really nice. Restrooms were filthy, with hair, empty shampoo bottles, and razors on the floor. Dumpsters were all really full and we didn’t see any staff people at all.
If you do visit, I suggest going for the day to picnic and swim, and skipping the campground.
We were placed next to the pool, pavilion and bathrooms. Kids playing in and out of bathrooms last night but it was short lived. We were able to park deeper off the road due to the kindness of the owners letting us borrow an extension cord. :) Behind us was a field and we parked between two trees which was awesome. Clean place. Seasoned established RV’s here. We would come again.
It’s mostly seasonal campsites with a lot of folks trekking around on golf carts. The owners, Dan and Flora, were able to put us somewhere that was somewhat secluded with an open field behind us and some trees for shade. They even let us borrow an extension cord so we could park further off the road.
This was the most perfect family campground we’ve been to. The staff is very nice and they’re always outside working and helping. The back sites were perfect and decent sized. They have every amenity you could need and the grounds are pristine. Our favorites were the 3 pools and brand new playground. We have little kids and they were just as entertained as all the big kids. Very clean, everything was new and updated. Lots of bath house and some with family showering areas. We will definitely be returning!
Branches has a wide variety of lodgings from different style & size of cabins, rv and tent sites that you will find your perfect niche. With uniquely shaped heated pools isn't your style then feel free to visit the beach or take out a kayak or canoe. Relax with a book dangling your feet off to the side of a hammock while sunning or fishing in a home made lake. Play horseshoes, gigantic tic tac toe with your neighbors, miniature golf, cards at the activity center where everyone plays with friends. Enjoy the evening with hayrides, ice cream, pool party or an outdoor family movie. Everyone comes as they are in jammies! Ending your days with the night light glow of your personalized fire dreaming of perhaps the next days activities of horseback riding, Fantasy Island, Niagara Falls State Park, Fort Niagara, shopping at the the Outlet Mall or perhaps winning the big money at the Seneca Casino! Much to do while you and yours relax, take in the sights and create memories to last many life times!
Sparrows ponds Campground is very nice with level gravel sites with grass area and fire ring with a grate for cooking. The campground is very well maintained and the bathrooms and showers are very clean. The staff is very friendly. The campground store has a few items available for your camper, some cool souvenirs and a little bit of groceries and items like shampoo, garbage bags…ect. There’s a little arcade in the campground store also. We will definitely stay again in the future.
Thus campground is on Lake Erie in Evans, NY. The tentsites offer access to the beach where there is plenty of drift wood for your campfire. There is a lodge with games, arts and craftes educational activities for all ages. Also there is a fishing pond.