Upon arriving it was very busy, lots of people coming and going seemed like a very active park, great for kids. The check in was a good experience. There is a nice store with good selection and decent prices (for a camp store). When we proceeded to the camp site it started to go down hill a bit. Our pop up does not have 30 amp hookup so I called the office and they told me they had them at the store and I had to buy it so I did, about 15 bucks. A few days later I found out that they had smaller ones under the counter for only 5 dollar deposit, It would have been nice to know that up front since they didn't want to let me return the one I bought and use the 5 dollar one. The campground in general was wooded for the most part but some are in the open sun. I had stated I prefer shade and privacy three months in advance. I received a spot wide enough for the trailer with about 8-10 feet of width for enjoying the outdoors. Very small slots they wedge you into. There are very few larger and it would be like winning the lottery to be lucky enough to end up in one of them and they aren't great either. Our site was also half sun which I do not consider a shady spot it was very hot and our view from the site was of an open area that reminded me of a trailer park more than a campground. A mostly gravel area with a bunch of campers baking in the hot sun. By the time we left it was a mostly vacant gravel area. Being small pull through sites made for not only close neighbors on the sides but also on the ends as there is a road veeeery close on both ends with little room to park on either side. we had only one vehicle. We would have been very cramped with two. The bath rooms were close to us which was great for us but there are only three in the camp area but worst of all the mens room had 1 (one) yes ONE toilet! Very awkward trying to find one available and when you do it is difficult to relax because people keep coming in to use it and waiting for you to finish. we had to travel around the campground trying to find a toilet to use. Some vacation, we couldn't wait to get home to be able to use a bathroom when we needed to. Other wise the bathrooms were clean and the showers were excellent with locking doors. Five showers (unisex) to three toilets (1 men, 2 women) per bathhouse. They are obviously expecting more people to use the toilets in their campers than the showers. outside the camp area there are good nightly activities including Movies and live shows and bingo. The live shows were very good but they are at the same time as the movies. so you have to pick one you can't do both which was frustrating but probably good otherwise they would all be packed and you may not be able to get in especially when the weather is hot or cold. morning nature activities were ok especially for younger children and plenty of pools but they were very busy while we were there as it was very hot during July 4th week. I rate the camp area below average and the rest of the park above average so overall it is average. However if you just want a place park an RV and don't spend a lot of time in your site outside of your Rv this may above average. If you enjoy CAMPING and not as interested in the shows etc this may be below average. It depends on what you are looking for.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Families= first choice for RV camping and wilderness lodging in the Adirondacks. Rated in the top 2% of all camping resorts in the United States since 1966! 400 RV sites with 50/30 amp, water, sanitary, WI-FI and cable TV. 300 acres. 25 on-site RV Rentals. Indoor heated pool, 2 heated outdoor pools, 3 theaters, trolley shuttle, 3 mi. to Lake George or Great Escape. Request our Free Vacation Planning DVD. ... more less