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Seneca Lake and Taughannock Gorge Trail with waterfall is beautiful. However, swimming in lake is mediocre, and lots of steps on the hike. Only 2 showers in each bathhouse and low-end. Toilets are old and a bit dirty. Tent sites are
spacious and somewhat private. Electric sites are small and…
We got a nice back in spot right next to the clubhouse. Everyone has been quite friendly. Prices at the little store are reasonable. I would not fully recommend this for people needing wifi at this time.
We stayed over Labor Day weekend and ended up leaving a day early due to sewage smells from the leech fields, an insane amount of mosquitos, and rude staff. It’s a shame as the campground has so much potential but it appears that the owners have lost interest.
Our second KOA experience. We rented a deluxe cabin which was clean and spacious; give 4-4.5/5 for the cabin. Our site on the end and looking at the other sites around - great sites! Again would give a 4-4.5/5 there as well. The let downs - the lack of maintained grounds other than the sites and…
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I've been here several times to hike to the waterfall or for parties. It's quite small with about 15-20 sites, but they aren't right on top of each other either. Great place for young families sure to the playground, short hike to the falls, bathrooms, pavilions, and very close to Seneca Lake and…
The campsites were large, clean and relatively private. Very quiet - no noise after 9:00. A lot of families and seniors.
We have gone to this campground for the past 5 years. We have always had a great experience and the camp has always been clean and bathrooms also have always been clean. Only down side is that there are not full hookups. But we really don’t mind that at all. The campground is perfect location near…
Large sites, clean restrooms & showers. Should be a model for other state campgrounds. Nice swimming beach & playgrounds for kids. About half hour to Watkins Glen. Beautiful sunsets over the lake.
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We stayed 2 nights at site 1002. I think this site is one of the best in the campground! Very secluded and private. Be weary that some of the camp sites are closer to playgrounds than they appear on the map.
Great facilities, dumpsters, potable water! Bring lots of bugspray and fire starters as it…
We had a good time here but was very crowded. We found some more sites through Hipcamp. Highly recommend Pooh’s Corner for a more private campsite.
Nice relaxing time
this campground has only electric hookup but plenty of fresh water. the dump station is big and easy access. the camo sites are spacious and you are not on top of your neighbor.
We have stayed here twice and at the nearby KOA once.
This campground has walkable access to both the gorge and rim trails. The highlight of this area. There are many things to do in the area so I will plan to stay at least 5-7 nights next time.
The sites are spacious. It is in an old growth…
It’s a no frills city campground with a great location!!! Bring your bikes, kayaks, wine glass, and swimsuits. You’ll have a fantastic time!
If you are near the marina gate, the buzzer every time it opens will annoy you immensely.
Easy pull through sites that are generally very level. Hook ups are a long way from our ports. Cable included. ￼Very little shade. Picnic table and fire ring at each site. Walk across the street to the lake and go swimming.
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