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Words cannot describe how bad

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

Campground in the forest ON the Allegheny River.Not a parking lot! Fishing and Kayaking only feet away!

20 Miles from A.S.P. On the riverfront! Great family campground!

Beautiful wooded site

This is a beautiful camping site.

Nice find

Very nice campground. We stayed just one night, but the site was truly amazing. The hosts are super nice and accommodating. Groceries only 15min drive away. Would definitely recommend.

Nice!

Nice level spots. Lots of things going on.

Beautiful lake!

The view is amazing, and rentals for everything! Just a wonderful time!

Great place!

Great place, great campers!

Beautiful, clean and quiet.

We drove down from Western NY and were able to choose from 1 of 2 campsites. We lucked out and ended up with a beautiful site in view of the reservoir. Red Bridge was clean and quiet. The hosts were friendly and very informative. 

Firewood and ice were sold in the campground.

Would love to move there, tents cabins and R s

Close to casinos, they offer a pool & a game room. Located close to Erie Zoo, splash lagoon Lake Erie. Well kept and very clean. We stayed for a long weekend can’t wait to go back.

Great Campground

Fun, family friendly campground. We were in a tent on a electric/water site. Sites were a little small but we made it work with three families on three sites. Lots to do, fishing, swimming pool, petting zoo, hayrides and friendly staff.

Adventure

Great place to explore. Many trailes, boating, swimming, camping… just a great place to go.

Called it my second home

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.

Decent

Nice campground, free, fishing, secluded, everyone needs to start picking up their trash though

Great Campsite!

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

Closed

No longer open

Trees trees trees!

Stayed a night and wished it was longer. We did a stop over and slept in our hammocks so it was perfect for us as there were lots of trees. Small little campground but sites were nice and cozy. Lots of very nice people here!

Sunsets are worth it!

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.

Good things come in small packages!

It’s small, primative, but worth the stop. Did a quick stopover here as we were traveling through. So peaceful and beautiful. Would highly recommend it for sure!

Beautiful and natural meets comfortable and convenient

Whispering winds provides convenient hookup sites with fire pits and level gravel lots all along a beautiful rolling stream that provides natural music to create a relaxing environment. We loved the location, the registration and owner/ hosts. Clean, quiet and easily accessible.

Very beautiful camps site

Definitely worth the 3 hours hike from nearest car parking. About 32 camp sites First come first serve, $12 fee for each night. The water is ver beautiful to swim specially at night when the moon is bright.

Nice, clean, small KOA

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.
Great spot to stop!

We were very weary from a long day on the road and they took great care of us!

Beautiful views

This was a very nice campground. Full hook-up and a swimming pool with beautiful views of the lake.

Super peaceful!

We moved here after a night on the other side of the reservoir. This side doesn’t have the family hustle and bustle, but instead it has some more open spaces so stars can be seen easier and a little quieter clientele. We really enjoyed this side off the reservoir. Less public spaces in the shoreline but had some great sites. Site 6 and 7 were the best waterfront. Showers were clean and well kept. Camp hosts were the best we have come across! Go into Kane and discover the small town for a few hours.

Busy family friendly and large group camps sites.

This was a nice retreat on the reservoir. We stayed for one night and enjoyed our stay. The beach is awesome and the facilities were good. Vicki our host was great with suggestions. This side of the reservoir is louder and busier than the other side, but still enjoyable.

Busy Campground. No Privacy

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.

Relaxing

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.

Friendly, Quiet

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.

More than expected

Smallest PA campground. Less than 10 sites. Run-of-the-mill pit bathrooms. Nice creek with some shallow pools. Offers primitive camping and has a trail that runs above the site's. Fun little road trip spur to run the route 666.