Tracey G.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jun. 29, 2021

Gorgeous Sunset Scenery

Campground was clean with newly paved roads. Unfortunately (and fortunately for future visitors) there is a lot of construction going on as the grounds are now owned by Sun RV Resorts (from KOA). That was annoying and disruptive to us but the improvements will be nice for the future.

Pool was nice and clean but one of the pool decks was closed for construction. Pool water was freezing this time of year. The rest of the amenities were dated and/or undergoing improvements so unavailable.

Staff was awesome! Very helpful and accommodating. Bob gave us amazing local recommendations!

Fishing was fun…lots of places to go to fish and the scenery was awesome.

Great for families. Lots of kids safely and respectfully running around on bikes, scooters, etc.

Sunsets were phenomenal! I mean, jaw dropping gorgeous.

One HUGE downfall was the amount of BUGS! Millions (not exaggerating) of midges and mayflies swarming the grounds from Lake Ontario. Be prepared to deal with this as we were not and had to vacuum inside the RV (ceilings, floors, walls) every night for about an hour to get rid of them inside. Not the campground’s fault but worth noting that the bug issue was not nearly as difficult other places such as inland or along the St. Lawrence in our observation.

Within an hours drive of lots of cute, small river towns with tons of ambiance. Water sport potential was huge if you have your own watercraft (boats, jet ski, kayaking, etc). Many state parks and historical areas as well. Highly recommend a boat tour of the St. Lawrence River!

  • Lake Ontario from the Causeway to Association Island
  • Gorgeous scenery behind Sunset campsites
  • Fishing spot
  • Sunset as seen from sunset campsite
  • Seriously gorgeous sunset
  • Fishing spot on site
  • Pet Friendly! (Sir Finnegan Lee loved his trip !)
  • More beautiful scenery
  • Marina on site and kayaking access on site
  • Marina on site
  • Sunset again
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  • Town of Clayton (about 45 minutes from campground   Highly recommend browsing shops and having lunch on Bella’s Restaurant deck (dog friendly ) overlooking the St. Lawrence!
  • Great nature opportunities for kids

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