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We came to camp on August 31 and are staying until September 3 and our sites were great and the playground is a nice playground and perfect for our grand daughter when she came for two of the nights.
However, having the ranger drive by...More
We have enjoyed going to this Park for many years. The camp sites are of a nice size and kept clean. The washrooms and showers are very good and well maintained. The grounds staff are friendly and we have got to know the regulars on...More
It had rained quite a lot last night at the Westcott Beach State Park. They had their "own lake" in the middle of their park and they had to bring sand bags to protect the generator.
While we parked, we saw lots of seagulls who...More
We visited this park on a nice day in October, after the regular camping season had ended. The park is still open for visitors (no camping though), and there's no entrance fee in the off-season. It was very pleasant to stroll around the park, and...More
We stayed three nights over a beautiful holiday weekend. I've never been before but I chose it because of its proximity to Sackets Harbor (3 miles). I was running in a half marathon and needed a place to stay nearby. I have a 9 and...More
We camped on a holiday weekend. The campground was full and it was a bit noisey. We were able to enjoy our stay with the noise, but would recommend so.e sort of whitenoise for those that would be sensitive to it. We ended up on...More
Of all the parks along Lake Ontario, it is probably one of the busiest. The locals hit this place quite often. The swimming area is small. The views are great. I find the place much better in the off season when fewer people are around.
There are shaded areas to picnic.
The beach area is rather small and gets full in the heat of the summer...I remember the sand portion being much wider 20 years ago.
$8.00 for a day pass/ $65 for a year pass
Upgraded bathrooms are nice. I like state parks that have soap and hand dryers! Lake is extremely accessible. Two playgrounds, both very nice. One in the campground and one by the swimming area. Sackets Harbor is a very nice village about 5 miles away with...More