Just a short shuttle ride from Turning Stone Resort Casino, The Villages RV Park offers a wonderful array of activities and amenities for RV enthusiasts.
Turning Stone Campground has 175 paved sites includes full utility hookup and wireless internet service. The RV park features nature trails, a recreational area for bocce ball, horse shoes, tennis, basketball and volleyball and separate ponds for paddle boating and fishing. A heated pool and hot tub are open daily from Memorial Day weekend until Labor Day weekend.
Sitesare spacious, lots to do for kids, facilities are new and clean.
Spacious FHU sites. Pull thru and back ins
One of my favorite campgrounds in NY. Its so peaceful at night. My favorite time to come is August during the meteor showers.
Convenient to the highway with 24 hour shuttles to the casino 5 minutes away, yet quiet and beautifully maintained. Offers a pool, playground, hiking trail, fishing pond, paddleboat rentals, camp store, very clean bath houses throughout, maintained sites, fire rings at each site and organized in loops to offer wooded and full sun sites depending on what you are looking for. Visited at least once a year since 2016 with our most recent visit being June 2018. Hoping to visit again this season.
There was a lot to do at this site from boating to swimming to hiking around. A really great place to visit and take the family.
This is a nice campground. I mean really nice. Very well thought out. All sites are full hookups (i think) and paved. Definitely geared towards the RV or trailer crowd.
Very well kept up, bathrooms are very modern and well stocked. Staff are attentive and useful, and they operate a great store with lots of options.
For activities, there are some great hikes around the campground, as well as excellent playgrounds, fishing, an awesome pool, and of course, free shuttle rides to the Turning Stone Casino right up the street.
The only real negatives would be the proximity to some railroad tracks, which can be somewhat active and very audible in some spots (you'll want to stay towards the south / front of the park if this kind of thing bothers you). That and some sites aren't that close to a bath house, so if you're not planning on duecing in your box, you might be looking at a longer walk than others based on where your site is.