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23 RV Parks near Akron, New York
Aug 2018 - $38.00
This is mostly full time campers. It is not really a campground but that is not how they advertise either. Everyone was very friendly and helpful. It was quiet and clean. You must pay for a whole week at the rate of 250. If you are staying for more than a few days it is worth it. - rcsauce
Jul 2016 - $40.00
This isn't a typical campground. About 80-90% of the campers are permanent with porches and/or add-a-rooms. Sites are only rented on a weekly basis at $250/week with a full 30 amp hookup. Water, water pressure and electric were all very good. Very clean with lots of activities. Two in ground pools plus kiddie pools.
The permanent sites are leased and the community has elections and determines what the seasonal rates will be. Pretty unique in our experience. We stayed from a Friday until the following Wednesday. I believe this was the quietest site we've ever stayed at. And there were kids around. It is a gated park. No charge for guests, but they do need to sign in.
It's about 10 minutes from the outskirts of Buffalo with plenty of good restaurants and entertainment available.
We would definitely recommend checking out Leisurewood. - pitman44
Aug 2018 - $38.00
We have stayed at Sleepy Hollow Lake three or four times. There is a lot to do at the park, and they just installed a new pool, clubhouse, and workout facility. There is also a petting zoo, tennis courts (don't expect much there, but it's a good place to close the gate and let the dog run), mini golf, lake w/ fishing and a swimming hole, arcade games, foosball, etc., and many events, such as Bingo. It is a sprawling property, with some crowded sites near the front and all the action, some cabins near the lake, and RV and tent sites in the woods. We prefer the woods, where it has the feel of a state park. They do not have sewer, but there is a dump station, and you can pay a small fee to have a crew come out and dump your tanks into their mobile unit. It does get crowded on the weekends, so I would recommend reservations if you don't want to get stuck in the overflow. - The Farrells
Sep 2017 - $40.00
We we checked in we were told to pull into one of 5 sites (across from the over flowing dumpsters). We were suppose to have a pull through with full hookups. Did NOT happen! Thank goodness there were few campers as we had to pull in to our back in in order to reach water and electricity. Site was not level. Fire ring was just a charred place in the ground. Probably, because of the overflowing dumpsters the flies were abundant. Very happy it was a quick overnight. - Skipp
Aug 2017 - $40.00
Some of the staff, knowledgeable, most not so much. Lots of young folks working in the office that are not familiar with anything happening around the park. Non seasonal area not laid out very well at all. Some sites had to pull into (back in site) unless you have longer utility to run under the camper, no sewer, utilities placed very willy nilly all over the place. Funny thing, had one friendly neighbor tell her husband (my windows were open) that he better march up to my camper, knock on the door and tell me to unhook my electric from her site (glad he had his head on straight as no one likes a bossy WRONG neighbor.) Fire pits (burnt spots in the grass) all over the place with folks burning anything and everything (seen one fella burning broken up pallets, nails and all.) Gated with security cards. Many seasonals did not adhere to speed limit. Watched one of the maintenance-security guys do a Dukes of Hazard donut in the grass (in a car) to run off some folks that were walking on the beach (plowed sand) area after closing time (2 hours of light left.) Very good reason to break the speed barrier. I probably would not return to this park unless they tighten up a bit (a lot). Could be a decent park otherwise. - On the way
Jul 2019 - $34.00
Park was ok but the volunteers were not friendly at all. Bathrooms stayed filthy over the July 4th weekend. Wet floors , muddy and nasty. - Rv2001
May 2016 - $65.00
Darien Lake's campground exists in support of the theme park. Some areas are tight. You can find low hanging branches. There are few patio sites and only two non patio pull-throughs.
Great security, good water pressure and over-the-air TV. No WiFi.
Our site required blocks with the auto levelers to get settled.
The upper area by Apple Lake is quiet but you need a bike, cart or car to get down to the park unless you want a LONG walk. - wdw
Jul 2015 - $75.00
We stayed twice this summer - alway a great value for your dollar. Both times we camped using a half price promo deal. Sites are nicely shaded, bathrooms do the job - but they really need to be tended to several times a day...and need a good scrub down daily....I don't think that happens. The staff are very friendly and the check in process is quick. I've already booked for next year! - User3551
Aug 2019 - $33.00
Gorgeous, spacious park. Quiet, good dark site for night sky viewing. Not all sites same size or level. Inspect sites before reserving. I used GM GPS and Waze from Cincinnati - both sent me on closed roads, back roads and impossible roads. Check route beforehand, and do not be afraid to use a real map to get here from wherever you are. Easy to get to if you use the right roads. - Bill Kelly
Jul 2017 - $98.00
Convenient to Darien Lake Amusement park and really not far to Buffalo or Niagara Falls. Busy park, most likely due to the proximity of the amusement park. We stayed here because it's less expensive than the campground associated with the amusement park, and from other reports, quieter--especially if there is a concert at the park. Dump station is a bit tricky with where it's located when you go to pull out from it if you have a long rig. (see comments below). A loop looked very nice, but when I booked our site, there weren't any available that could take our 40 ft rig. A loop is fine, but more open sites that have very little shade, depending on where you are in the loop. We would stay here again if visiting the amusement park. - LibraryMom
Jun 2016 - $30.00
We almost didn't stay here because previous reviewers said there was no big rig access, but there are definitely many big-rig sites, most are quite level, and we had no trouble with our 40-foot motorhome. Loop A is very shady; Loop B is open and we chose it to avoid tree branches. The on-line reservation system was quite accurate in it's choice of suitable sites. We were there before school vacation, so the park was empty during the week and nearly full on the weekend. Per the staff, when the nearby amusement park is open, the campground is packed. Water is available at many spigots, but you need to fill from the road before/after you camp. Very accessible double dump station. The park is truly lovely, and we would stay here again (off-season). - Mingo Papa
Sep 2012 - $31.00
Rate based upon week's stay. 90% seasonal. "F" and "G" streets is one area for over nighters. Spaces wide, but turn out to road is 90 degrees, so not ideal for big rigs. Large rv sales/service, seemed competent folks. Plenty of shade. Brand new utility in "F" and "G" area, which was nice. About 6 local TV stations. Did not like: 1) Pool closed post Labor Day when temps in 80s 2) Pay showers 3) Only 3 pull thru options that we could decipher 4) Very weak WiFi signal, but excellent near main bldgs, told they were working on it. Would stay again. - Hallock5
Aug 2010 - $33.00
The park was nice, but like others have commented, the sites are very small and very close together. Most sites lacked grass, they were usually gravel or dirt. The sites that had grass were seasonal sites, and most likely planted or brought by the renters. The site had several pools, including a wading pool and a pretty good playground. My son enjoyed all of these. The camp store was pretty small, and didn't have too many supplies. Interaction with the staff was pleasant and most seemed happy to help. The big thing that I found annoying was all of the golf carts that people use to get around. Maybe it was because we were on a corner lot, but it seemed like people were always going somewhere. It was hard to enjoy the quiet and campfire when golf carts with head lights were constantly passing by. - penberth
Jun 2010 - $40.00
Very nice seasonal campground with some short term sites, most of which are good for RVs of 32 feet or less. Very well kept. Two decent sized lifeguarded swimming pools with adult swim 5-6 pm daily. Nice activities building, and space for lawn games such as volleyball, rustic mini golf. Not much to do in the area, but that's OK since we were visiting family. We were fortunate to get site 38, an unrented seasonal site, that was more than large enough for our 40' rig with 4 slides, awning and toad. Some woodsy side screening. Excellent 50 amp, OK water pressure, good sewer, no cable TV but enough over-the-air TV. Verizon cell and air card worked great. No road noise. Quiet during the week, busy but reasonable on the weekends. - Phaetonman
Jul 2019 - $15.00
There are 4 sites in back of the lodge in the parking lot, all back ins. Electric is 30-amp and there is water hook up. The electric and water stanchions are in a central spot so RVs on the end need really long extensions to reach the plug ins. Folks in the lodge are very friendly. The lodge is close to nearby tourist activities. There is no WiFi or cable TV outside. The lounge is open six days a week from 1 to 7. There is no dump on site. You could use a nearby water treatment plant dump site but it was disgusting. We drove to a nearby campground and dumped when we left. All in all, this was a good place to camp. - Melodycthomas
Jun 2019 - $15.00
Great little 4 pad RV park. Trees, greenery, level, quiet rural setting. Back-in, 30 amp, water, no sewer. Dump about 10 minutes away. Lockport is a great little town who's home to the Erie Canal locks for climbing the Niagra Escarpment. - LiemD
Nov 2014 - $20.00
Excellent small 4 site campground with a great soccer field for kids, nice hiking trail within a mile or 2. Fantastic walk along the Erie Canal to historic Lockport. Respectful and well maintained, I don't see it being this price for long. First come first serve basis. W+30amp only. - SilverBreeze
Sep 2019 - $46.00
This seems like a old campground that I don't feel is very well maintained. We had no TV reception at all. If you wanted cable you needed to get a box from the office but we weren't told that at check in. This campground is in the middle of nowhere. - On the road again-1
Aug 2019 - $51.00
Nice clean campground. Came for a softball tournament. - Trhpacole
Sep 2018 - $44.00
To use the term "resort" is a misnomer for this park. The park appears to have been created in the '40s with no updating since that time. Numerous ancient rigs with rotting decks, sheds and piles of junk scattered around fill one entire area of the park and are spreading to another. The buildings (bath house, pavilion, snack shop) were in bad shape and should be replaced. The bathrooms were as clean as something that old and in need of demolition could be kept. Apparently, the park is a favorite for seasonal campers. There were few short-term folks there when we came through. We asked for a pull-through. We were directed to two end-to-end sites and told to drive through one to get on to the other. Fortunately, on one else came for the second site as our rig certainly would not have fit on only one space. The remote location meant plenty of quiet with no highway noise. In spite of the many old RVs everywhere, there was almost no one in the park during our stay. Although the price seemed high compared to other areas, it was a bargain for the Niagara area. - rfmscat
Sep 2019 - $63.00
What a unique campground. Perfect for people with larger rvs. The amenities are non existent but the sites are nice and you're close to the Falls. - Sammy23
Aug 2019 - $60.00
This is one of the cheaper places to stay in the Niagara Falls area, and it also one of the closest. This is a basically a circle drive behind a motel, with some RV sites. Getting in and out is a little tight, for a big rig, but doable. When we checked in, the person behind the counter gave us some brochures about tours in the area, a county map, and one of the tourist information magazines. When we got to our site, we found the asphalt at the back of the site had sunk, so we couldn't park at the back of the coach. This resulted in us of having to park our tow on the interior road. Satellite and OTA TV worked well. Their wi-fi was better then most and worked well, most of the time. AT&T cell phones worked well, as did our hotspots, when we used them. - Bbtj
Aug 2018 - $54.00
The area of Niagara is full of over overpriced accommodations, with the area as a whole being very touristy and impoverished in many areas. AA Royal is perfect for short transit stays. About the best price, and 15 mins to Niagara Falls state park. Plenty of dining options around, and 10 mins to Wegmans Grocery. No permanent units, all paved, and very level. Sites are close, but this is not a resort. Front desk agent was nice and knows how to deal with RV'ers We stayed for 5 nights, and the norm here seems to be 3-4 nights. Plenty of room, we pulled the toad right to our site, and our 45' rig fit in the back-in perfectly (car had to park along side). Solid Wifi, but capped at 1 mb/s. Good VZW, ATT, Tmob service with plenty of speed. Our only issue was the 50A power often didn't hold voltage, and the pedestal needed replacing. We were blowing their fuse when we were rarely over 35A on each leg. Would definitely return for the price, ease, and location. - RVThatFamily
Aug 2017 - $75.00
We treated ourselves to a premium patio site and were not disappointed. The site was very spacious with a concrete pad that leads to a great fire area. We took advantage of the pool and the kids had fun playing in the creek, jumping pad and lake. Many seasonal campers are at this park and with most seasonal sites, some maintain their site and others don't. Overall, the park facilities are clean and there a lot of activities for the kids and adults. A very well run KOA. - sizzle
Jul 2015 - $72.00
There was a lot of standing water after it rained. Many potholes that became mud holes. There are only two washers and dryers for the entire campground and one of the washers was broken. Not enough showers for the number of campers. We did not get good directions to our site. Certain staff members were extremely helpful, but some others were not very knowledgeable, perhaps they were new (they meant well). No Wi-Fi at our site, but excellent Wi-Fi at the activity center. Cable TV reception was bad, no one could help me with that. The only good things were the activities for kids, the pool and the beach. Bathrooms/showers were cleaned daily, but with all the mud it did not stay clean for long. - shar1435
Sep 2014 - $38.00
Rate reflects a 1000 trails discount. Sites were level, gravel, and included a fire ring and picnic table. We had an open view of the lake and had a pull in spot. Only 3 to 4 RV's were in the pull in spots so we felt like we had the place to ourselves. Cable, power and sewer were great. Supposed to have free wifi but spent more time trying to connect than actually using it. Spaces were kind of close and we smoked out the neighbors with our fire..and we also got the same treatment. Close to Niagara falls, about 40 miles and no traffic on most of the roads. Would stay again. - tlrpilot