Nice quiet campground. The lake was amazingly clear! enjoyed kayaking here. our visit was in July 2016 and the facilities could have been updated but were clean.
This was our first time here and we loved it! The staff were very pleasant. Campground and facilities were clean. campsite were very nice. we were on site 98 (water site) as it was amazing. Wild life here is amazing! Keep in mind Black Bears are present and sssn on the campground during our stay. we were able to put our kayaks in the water at our site and the water area was sandy so we could go swimming right at our site. kayaking was great! a small water passage off the lake leads you to a beautiful queit kayak trip through lily pads ans if you follow it leads to a beaver dam. My son loved it. There is a wslking/hiking trail right off the camping grounds. There are plenty of places close by to get firewood. The campground sold ice right at the gate which was reasonably priced and very convenient. We did not have cell service at camp but they did have pay phones at the gate.
The center of the Town of Inlet was only a short 10 minute drive and provided some great little shops. there was a market store, coffee shops, dIner, Icecream shop, and a couple other places to eat. The department store had everything you could need (gifts, clothes, hardware, camping, housewares, fishing)!
The town park/beach was beautiful! We still did not have cell service but the town had free WiFi (best reception at the park/beach). We were able to make phone calls over WiFi.
This is our favorite place to camp. We go at least once each summer and usually for a week long camp. We love the staff and the lake. The town is great! Plenty to see and do nearby. Quick trip to Tupper Lake to go to the Wild Center and also quick drive to visit Buttermilk Falls. Sea planes you can take a flyover of Long Lake, numerous hiking spots.