Allegany State Park can always be counted on for a perfect weekend. The rustic cabins offered through most of the Quaker Area are a bargain and never have a problem staying toasty on cold nights with their wood burning stoves. The views are beautiful and although you're not far from city amenities, when you're in the park, it feels like you're light years away from the hustle and bustle. Poor, to no cell phone reception in the Quaker Area adds to the remoteness. I love Allegany so much that I got married in the Quaker Pavilion 2 years ago! It's a place that I adore and cannot wait to share with a family one day!
This was by far one of the best campgrounds I have ever visited! The people were friendly and informative. The grounds are well maintained and the sites all provide plenty of privacy. The campground stretches between 2 lakes (Seventh and Eighth Lakes) and also has hiking trails with access to another lake (Bug Lake) and pond (Eagles Nest.) It is far enough outside of downtown Inlet to feel far away from any city, yet only takes a few minutes drive to get any forgotten essentials. The detailed recycling center in the front of the campground was a HUGE plus, as well!