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Letchworth State Park is beautiful with so many hiking trails and the beautiful waterfalls that are such a big part of this place. The Glen Iris House is the perfect place to dine outside on the veranda for a decadent treat of delicious food snd atmosphere. The park and campground are clean, the…
This Koa is above average for KOA campgrounds. My biggest complaint is the sites are very close and offer little privacy
Campground was nice but, spot are very close together.
We lucked out and grabbed a spot for a night on 4th of July.
No fireworks to speak of (just a few friendly neighbors with sparklers), but it was perfect for exploring the gorge.
The hike down to the river was steep but manageable (could be trickier after a heavy rain).
Wish we would've brought…
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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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I enjoyed our stay. Electric only, so be prepared to transport water from available spigots. Lots of things to do from paddling and fishing to hiking trails or learning about the dam. There is an observation deck and ball fields available.
In most states, those without falls like Niagara, this state park would be the pride of the land. With three serious drops in as many miles, the Genesse River winds it’s way through what locals call the “Grand Canyon of the East.” Many states try to make such claims, but this might be the closest…
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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.
Sites here were very wet and really didn't dry out after a warm sunny day. Seems to be a spot for locals. Very loud and noisy. The recreation area was cool. Playgrounds were nice in both camping and Rec areas. Bathrooms/showers were on par for a state park. Sites need some maintenance and some are…
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. ￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼
We stopped for 2 nights and felt so comfortable we added another 2 nights. Nice lake for kayaking and fishing. The finger lakes trail runs through the campground. Did a 5.5 mile hike up Pennsylvania Hill today. A little road noice and no water hookups.
Arrived to a nearly empty campground. Only a few people on a weekday.
No firewood on site, so bring it with ya. Really good, cold water from the well!
Little bit of Verizon coverage.
Bad news - Gypsy moths are everywhere!!!!
The owners are so friendly and helpful! The campground has so many fun things for kids. It is a very clean campground and well maintained.
All campers respected fellow campers. Accommodations were fine.... We're camping!