Stayed 2 nights for my birthday and loved it. One of the first places to open after COVID shutdown. Normally they have a large gathering area for cooking, games and a bar tent. Even with the restrictions we had a great visit and felt safely distanced from other campers and staff. Great hiking trails because it is attached to Buttermilk Falls State Park. Also close to Cornell University which is a beautiful campus.
I loved sleeping in the huge canvas tent and listening to the rain safe and warm under many quilts. The breakfast baskets the made for us each day were so nice to wake up to. And the bar and fire pits were maintained for you by the staff - such luxury. I loved it.
No electrical and no pets allowed in camp sites. But plenty of trees and huge fire rings in each spot. An RV would have a tough time but for car camping it’s great. The Delaware Canal is nearby with the tow path for biking. That makes this a nice Bikepacking stop.
This is a large fairgrounds parking lot that has a delightful camp host who lives on site. It was a great spot to wait out a snow storm. All gravel and right in town.
Pretty little campground amongst horse farms and along the Hennepin Canal. Great bike path right out of campsite along the canal. Nice to get some exercise on a long road trip.
I love a place where I can just plug in the van and rest on road trips with a great view of water and quite enough to hear all the nature sounds. Great bird watching and pronghorn sightings.
Close to Yellowstone but no electrical, just water spigots and bathrooms. Along the Madison River Hebgen Lake District. Paid $17 with discount. Huge fire rings with cooking grates at each site. Mixed RV’s and tents.
Full hook ups and a pretty creek to walk the dog along. Even have washrooms and laundry.
Super clean. Great camp host and only $17 with my National Park Pass. Full hookups
Easy to self check in and nice pond and picnic areas.
$30 for site 65 right on the creek with access. Picnic table and fire ring.
$45 for full hookups and coin operated laundry. Short drive or bike ride into the excellent town of Bend, OR. Don’t miss Smith Rock State Park on your way out of town for excellent hiking and rock climbing.
Super quiet on a Monday only 3 other RV’s there. Walked around Ferndale and had great Mexican food. The coffee shop in town was super cool and cozy.
This campground needs an upgrade badly and the Coastal Commission has denied all their requests for over 10 years now. The huge camping fees go to pay their legal fees to fight the Coastal Commission and not to the services they provide. You don’t get any hookups at all. So sad what this government appointed commission is doing to this family owned campground. I feel really bad for them. I hope they sort it all out soon because they have a fantastic location.
Excellent for tents and small Class B Vans. Don’t miss the views at the top of the single lane road to a 360* viewing area. Nice hot showers too.
I love how the campsites are all nestled in the huge cypress trees. Water spigots just a few sites away and plenty of bathrooms too. Lots of families around, made it the perfect Summer outing.
We nestled our Sprinter between to large pine trees and took the dog for a walk. Then headed down the road for our first dinner indoors since February! It was excellent and the cocktails and desserts were excellent too. The next morning we hit the little store at Due West before our hike for coffee and pastries. The perfect little get away, close to home.