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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!
Pools broke game room closed but website says everything’s open. Owners left and have others running it for them that get by…federal penitentiary is right beside here kinda neat to see..
Great location in the Finger Lakes. Wifi was useless. No lounge chairs at either pool which seemed weird. Nice space between sites. Free bunch of wood upon check in. Very friendly folks running the place.
Remote and quiet campground. About 20% occupied on a weekend in early August. We claimed one of the many FF sites that were open. Sites are all large with privacy between, generally level, partial or full shade. Lots of very tall trees. Vault toilets, pumps for potable water. Intermittent Verizon…
It was a nice campground, affordable, Access to hiking trails, I was confused by the water pumps honestly. Only slight cell service for at&t
Absolutely beautiful well kept campground situated between Pine Creek and the rail trail! Great facilities...there's even glamping tents!
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What a great park. Was there in order to go to nearby Cherry Springs SP which is a certified Dark Sky area, to see the stars. Cherry Springs is about 8 miles away. We like staying at Lyman Run since Cherry Springs gets filled pretty quickly. Lyman Run campground is great. There are 2 campgrounds,…
This is a really pretty state park. We stayed 2 nights in the upper campground which looks down on the lake. We got there on a Thursday, stayed in a site with electric and it was really pleasant. On Friday night the place filled up and we realize that the electric sites were pretty tightly…
Initially we booked site 97. Upon arrival we found out that 97 is no longer a camp site. We were moved to site 14 thankfully they had one spot available for a fully booked weekend.
Our site 14 was nice and large had some shade from trees. The camp ground had trash cans available in multiple…
Stayed for the weekend at site 25 at the lower campground. Site was next to the bathrooms but no problems noise. Nice and quiet overall. Bathrooms were very clean with nice hot water in the showers. There are pit toilets but they are well maintained and there was no smell even though it was hot…
It was fun trying to use maps along with gps to find our way to the campground. There is zero cell service/WiFi at the park, or for at least 5-10 miles from it. The sites are clean, flat, and spaced nicely on the northwest end, but a little too open and feels crowded on the eastern end. Bathrooms…
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Just got the pop up this year and have already done 4 trips this was by far the best. So much for the kids to do with splash pad, pool, playground and Rec room. Worth every penny ty.
Great place very clean with lots to do. Very family friendly and pet friendly too. Staff is great.
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. ￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼
Have stayed here a number of times! Very clean and peaceful. The shower houses have always been the cleanest and best maintained of any state park we have been too! Fish right from your site and in most cases it’s easy to launch your kayak also. The kids go below the overflow and swim, just watch…
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