If you are arriving late, please make sure you have a reservation. We are a gated campground and you will need to receive a card at the front desk to enter. Our store is open until 9 pm from Father's Day weekend thru Labor Day weekend. For other arrival dates please call 800-562-7430 before 5 pm if you are expecting to arrive late.
Posted Speed Limits are in place for the protection of our campers & pets. Please observe the 5 mph maximum speed limit.
We do not allow pets in our Deluxe Cabins, but we do allow them in our Camping Cabins, and of course they are welcome in all other sites. We do not allow pit bulls, Dobermans, or Rottweilers on our campground. Please clean up after your pets and keep them on a leash.
Check in time is after 2:00 pm for sites and after 3:00 pm for cabins. Check out time for cabins is by 11:00 am, for sites is by 12:00 noon. Early check-in/late check-out fees apply.
During our peak season (Father's Day weekend-Labor Day weekend) our store is open 8:00 am-9:00 pm. For other times during the spring and fall, hours will be posted at the store.
New York State has mandated that firewood from more than 50 miles away from our campground not be brought in unless you have a proof of sales with an accepted certification.
Pool hours are from 10:00 am to 9:00 pm. Everyone must have a wristband to enter the pool area. Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult at all times that they are at the pool and are not allowed in the hot tub.
All visitors must register at the front desk. There is a visitor fee of $3.00 per person. All visiting cars must have a car pass.
Quiet hours are from 10:30 pm to 8:00 am. Turn off all outside radios and TVs by 10 pm.
Our goal is that you have a legendary camping experience, making us the standard by which you measure all others.
They purchased their KOA in June 1992, moving from the Chicago area. "Paul and I like working together. And when our kids were still at home it was nice being together as a family," notes Cam.
Prior to moving to the KOA Kampground business, Cam was a full-time Mom for their four kids, and Paul was a manager in computer information systems for an office supply company. They enjoyed camping in Wisconsin and Minnesota prior to heading east.
Now that their children are grown and the grandchildren have starting arriving, they have become full-time RVers and enjoy lots of travel throughout the year.
"We like the campers who come here," Cam added, and they do their best to keep the customers happy.
Paul designed and built a creative Pirate Ship playground, using 100% recycled plastic lumber, which is safer for the kids, Cam noted. "It's huge. It's 44 feet long, and has a couple of decks and slides and walkways. The kids just have a ball on there."
Another project was even larger. They built a 6,900 square foot indoor recreational building in 2005, complete with large pool, spa, fitness room, game room, and meeting room.
They continue to add amenities to the campground every year.