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This state park had a nice lake to paddle on, a solid general store, a huge beach area, kayak rentals, tennis courts, a basketball court, and more.
It was a perfect overnight stop as I made my way out of NY, but I would definitely come back for a longer stay!
Great campground right on the lake. There is a nice nature trail that you can take the dogs on and a little beach to go do some swimming. The park itself is clean and has showers and restrooms.
When going here, make sure you have what you need. It really is a good 30-minute bike ride or…
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Nice people, beautiful spot.
The camp ground is not bad. Nice place over all. The pool is very nice, playgrounds for the kids and activities to do. Very friendly staff. However the seasonal campers seem to have some sort of entitlement. That is very annoying. Very loud and obnoxious which unfortunately has ruined our stay. I’m…
The campground has tons of stuff to keep the kids busy on site. Although the area is very hilly so you will have to drive them to the areas of interest. There is a Bar with live music and food on the weekends. Lots of seasonal people and the sites are tight so there is a good amount of people, if…
Went in June, they were basically just opening. Grass wasn’t cut, got nasty bites from chiggers. Quaker store had essential gear but it was left over from last season. Just wouldn’t recommend going in June. Save it for July or August. ￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼
This is a beautiful place! Monday thru Friday the campground is quite and mostly empty. Friday brings the weekend families and their dogs, still very enjoyable and definitely entertaining!
Cabins are great for families and there are also activities and hiking....Close to some attractions for adults and children too.
I took my kids here about 25 years ago and remembered it fondly. It’s every bit as nice now. Views of Lake Erie are spectacular. Nice walking trails, and there’s a disc-golf course and playground. Bathhouses are clean. Nice old trees and a few historic buildings around. Really comfortable. We…
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We stayed at site 109 and loved our time at the campground. Our site was across from the bathroom and wasn’t as private as some of the others but we were rewarded with an amazing view. We stayed October 2020 so a little offseason and that may have been part of our check-in issues. When we arrived…
Nice low key campground. The sites do seem a little packed. There are cabins that are totally worth spending the money on. The pool is nice, they have a nice restaurant and cute peacocks.
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Upon entering the park it was a 20 minute drive to our site. Our site was perfect wooded, gravel pad, water spigot across the street, bear proof box (a first for us). Great trails a lot of them, we hit 2, we will be back.
My only complaint the park service asks you not to transport fire wood. …
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One of our favorite places to camp. Tent and RV sites are nice, clean. The trees offer great shade and privacy between most sites. The park itself is fantastic with plenty to see and do. Family friendly and kids live it.
This was one of my favorite sites yet. They’re a bit further away from each other and the woods around them are thick. I did have to ask our neighbors to stop blasting “Pitbull” at 11:30PM but other than that, it was a great stay.
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We enjoy this campground and try to come at least once a year. We prefer Cain Hollow/Quaker Area over Red House Area for camping. The sites are roomier. This trip we stayed at site 73 with our 27’ camper. It’s not a very deep site but we did have enough room on the non-awning side of our camper to…
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