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17 RV Parks near Canandaigua, New York
Sep 2019 - $44.00
Not only was the campground clean and well kept, the surroundings were beautiful. The weekend we stayed there there was a pot luck dinner. We met the seasonal campers and was welcomed by all. Dinner was good, but it was the people that make this campground what it is. Looking forward to next season to go back again. - 72019camp
Sep 2017 - $50.00
Beautiful place. The people were nice. Our lot was good sized. I would recommend this park. Especially during the autumn when the leaves are changing. Breath taking! - Farmlife4014
Jul 2017 - $1.00
Great park. Spacious sites with no one near by. All hook ups were working properly. The park is mostly seasonal campers who were all very friendly. They did however have a long list of rules some of which were highlighted but since we didn't break any it wasn't a problem. - Wavelength 99
Oct 2019 - $62.00
Fabulous campground! Family oriented with lots of fun activities for kids. Will return! - wheezer01
Aug 2019 - $83.00
Asked for satellite site, and most in this section are, but site 16 has a tree that could be a problem if you have a roof mount. Sites level, gravel. FHU's were more toward the front, less of a problem if you have mid hookups. rear hookups may need extensions. Though the site were really too small in this section 10-18 to have fire rings. Nice pond with paddle boats. Verizon two bars but worked. Wifi worked with coach wifi repeater. Was able to use portable satellite dish on site 16 in rear (to the front was the neighbor fire ring). Electric ok, no issues with EMS/water ok. Full timers in park friendly, well kept rigs. Lots of grassy areas for rover. This was an overnight stop. Thought the price was a bit on the high side for how close the sites were. Office personal were very nice on check in and offered escort to site. I might check out other parks in the area if I come through this way again. - wtravlr1
Aug 2019 - $49.00
Big rig friendly with level sites. Easy on and off to highway. Showers, laundry, WiFi, and dog park was good. No problem with our satellite. - Fulltimersrv
Jul 2019 - $20.00
We booked in April for the 4th of July week with friends. We were able to get a site close to them. Sites are paved and pretty level. Some sites have to share an electric post with another site. But sites, 15, 16 and 17 do not. There is a fishing pond, playground, hiking and biking trails. If your kids can make their own fun, it is a great place for families! We came with all adults and it was perfect! No water or sewer at the sites, but a convenient dump station and fresh water fill station. - NYParsels
Jul 2016 - $20.00
We had delayed booking a campsite for the weekend of July 4 and were finding that all campgrounds were full, until we found this one, Ontario County Park at Gannett Hill, via AllStays. We called and they had sites available. We told them that we had a big (43') heavy (50K pounds) rig and they said they could accommodate us. There was not even an entry on RV Park Reviews at that time, so we were a little concerned, but beggars can't be choosers!
When we showed up, the ranger at the entry station told us to go on to our site and he would come by to collect the fee later. Other campers watched as we negotiated our big rig into the site, but, sure enough, it fit!
The sites are very nice, though with only electric hookup, and the electric box is shared between two sites (which are a good distance away from each other) - so we needed an extension cord to reach the electric box. Our specific site (24) was not very level and we were not able to get the bus level, but it was close enough for a couple of nights (we have a residential instead of gas absorption refrigerator). Other sites appeared to be more level (sites in the area of 11-17 looked more level).
The campground is a hidden gem - folks in the area nearby use it, but it does not appear to be heavily used by anyone from a distance. There were nice hiking trails available, and lots of open space for kids to play. Sites 1-4 back up to the trees and are quite shady, particularly in the morning. The campground is at about 2000', so it was about 10 degrees cooler than, say, Canandaigua. - pattic777
Sep 2018 - $42.00
Power and water worked well, five OTA tv stations, no ATT phone service. Couldn't quite get level on site with motorhome, but made do. Grass was mowed and all the area was clean. A lot of rain in the area prior to and while there caused no problems as the grass sites covered gravel base. Probably would look for something closer to the wine country next time. - maineman
Jun 2018 - $25.00
I have camped here for several years. By far the best campground. The owners are very polite and helpful (providing you follow the rules). There are sooooo many activities for the kids from wagon rides to scavenger hunts to playground. The swimming pool is well maintained. Most every site is nice sized easy to get in and groomed. Bathrooms and showers are clean and have hot water(when the other half has taken over the campers bathroom). Activities for adults to horse shoes to bingo and Lotto if you like to donate to ny state that much.The downfall is not enough days in summer. Not a five star hotel but who wants to stay in a hotel when you can go to camp!!!!!!!! See you there soon. - hh11 -_ hh 11
Jun 2018 - $39.00
The park was kid friendly with activities all weekend long. The sites are a good size and maintained. The staff was friendly and attentive. We will definitely return to this park. - Michelle Pitt
Jun 2018 - $40.00
Park is small and mostly setup for permanents. Power is the biggest problem. There is not enough power available for warm summer days (or nights). Another problem is the dump station. If you have a big rig, like us, you can't get to the dump station. A large tree on one side and bushes on the other are a problem. Dirt roads throughout the park would not be a problem if the residents did the speed limit. - The Man with No Name
Aug 2017 - $50.00
Beautiful quiet site within easy reach of the Finger Lakes region. Mostly seasonals but we were able to pick our site from several available for short-term stopovers. Sites were well placed so not on top of each other. Dump station on site. We don't have kids but it looked like there was plenty to keep families occupied. Be aware, they don't accept credit or debit cards so I had to pay cash, which in this day & age is very unusual. A word of warning when I booked would have been helpful. - Chris_m
Aug 2015 - $35.00
We stayed here in a 38 ft. fifth wheel for about 6 nights. The campground is well tucked away making it a little hard to find, but that is also a huge bonue is you want quiet solitude. The setting is wonderful, with a large stocked fishing pond and lots of grass. Our site was one of about 15 dedicated to mostly short term stays, many of the other spaces are seasonal people. We found that the park is nicely situated for one wanting to visit the finger lakes area and the owner gave us all kinds of tips on local spots to visit. Looking forward to a return visit. - kltfaught
Sep 2019 - $52.00
In the country adjacent to the Erie Canal. Terrain was hilly, upper level sites had a slight incline. No wifi available. - grandflic
Sep 2019 - $54.00
Google Maps is not reliable for getting to the park, as it gives street names which do not appear on the street signs. Most of the street signs give route numbers instead of names. Our Garmin got us to the park, although Garmin believes the park is at the corner of Canandaigua & Marina Pkwy. You need to make the turn onto the Marina Pkwy & go to the end of the road where you will see the covered wagon at the park entrance. We stayed 3 nights to visit family in the area. Sites are very spacious with stabilized gravel pads & grassy yard. We had full hook-ups with 50 amp electric. Services worked well. Water is high pressure, so we used a pressure reducer. There are many seasonal residents with rigs in good condition & lots neat. Staff very friendly & helpful. There are picnic tables & benches along the Erie Canal where you can sit & watch the boats go by. Very kid friendly park with great play ground. Price is higher than we like to pay, but choices in this area are limited. We would stay here again. - Biker2
Aug 2019 - $54.00
The biggest problem here is the interior roads are very poor. Way to many speed bumps that are HUGE. The road should be one way, but it is not marked. Sites are not level. Most sites are out in open which is a good thing. Others in our group complained about no cable. I would not come back. - JRIII
Aug 2019 - $55.00
As many have mentioned, the interior roads are quite bumpy and I would add dusty. Our site was a large back in site, with shared hook-ups. Depending on which site you had, you might be forced to run all of you wiring and hoses under the camper just to get to the post. Our post was on the neighbors site and our the neighbors firing ring was 3-4 feet away from our camper. Not very well positioned. The hook-ups worked well as did the wifi. We did not use the pool. Very average campground. - clw_man
Jun 2019 - $55.00
The sites are not well delineated. Very difficult to get out Sunday morning since we were only there the weekend and next door stayed a bit longer.
Restrooms very old and dated, but relatively clean considering. Very permanent centric.., the park did not seem to cater to the short term camper. - Sherriw
Sep 2018 - $48.00
It is in a valley. Our site was on the side of the hill that makes the valley. Nice view looking down into the flat area. There is a lot of open space, but the RV's are close together. When you enter off hwy 14, there is a nice paved road that soon changes into a teeth rattling gravel road. There are seasonal sites by the pool, and the first one you see looks like it is occupied by hoarders. We were second of three to check in, but the office was closed at 3 in the afternoon. There was a folder with a campground map wit our site marked on it. There is little flat area to detach your toad, so we had to wait for the RV in front of us. The map showed we had a pull-in site, and we did. That's not too bad for a MH, but the trailer in front of us had problems. After the office the interior roads are gravel and rough in places. The sites are all grass so it is hard to determine your site boundaries; just pull up to your utility post and park. Many of the sites are seasonal and a hodge-podge of pull-in and back-in. There is one pull-thru site. We found a level spot, but the patio was downhill. The laundry was nothing special and my wife had to sweep the leaves from the floor. Because there is no site designation, we located where the hook-ups were convenient. We had one of the 2-50amp sites that is not seasonal. Voltage was strong, always >120. The water pressure was a little low. There is no TV, no cable, no antenna reception. The Wi-Fi was very strong. There is a nice common area in the valley for gatherings. - Martini
Jul 2019 - $45.00
This park was good for an overnight stay. The roads were paved but the sites were gravel/dirt. I thought the streets were a bit small but if you navigate at a slow speed, you will be okay. I took a point away because they do not recycle. - Michael47
Jul 2019 - $45.00
We were actually very happy with our holiday stay. The bathrooms were immaculate! I didn’t hesitate in the least to use them. There were plenty of activities for a vast range of ages. Lots of shady spots and sunny spots alike. A beautiful park like setting.
It is very heavy on long term campers which is a little sad because we like to meet new people. The only drawback was the water pressure. Since it was well water, it was not as reliable as other places.
We will definitely go back! - Sherriw
Aug 2018 - $42.00
Our one night stay here was comfortable. Looked very kid friendly. - Lane Wise
Jun 2019 - $26.00
After over ten years of camping at Keuka Lake State Park, my wife and I don't think we will go back. Our recent 5-night stay was horrendous. Our site, number 75 was abominable! Water, ruts from their mowers and John Deere carts, etc. We could not set up camp by our rig, or, even put the awning out because it would block the sun fr0m the muddy mayhem of our site. To make matters worse, we had our grand-dog for the five-night stay and both of us and him had to tiptoe around the site just to get to the high spot where we placed our mat and chairs. We asked for another site but was only offered a non-electric site, which booking six months out and having an electric-only fridge did not work for us. During our stay, we noticed site 95 as dry an empty except for an overnight stay Sunday. Just today, 6/13/19 I called the park to complain about our recent stay and ask why we were not offered site 95 when requested. I was told that that is a handicapped site. Well, there are no signs stating that, nor are there any special provisions on that site such as a concrete pad that would make that site any more suitable for a handicapped person than any other site. I have stayed on that site in the past. At one time this state park was our favorite park. Though they have spent some money on upgrading the restroom/shower houses and put up nice looking 4x4 posts with signs and flowers, if you can't enjoy your camper and your campsite, why go in the first place? We won't be back. - vincee
Jun 2019 - $33.00
We stayed here the first week of June in a 30' travel trailer. The rangers were very friendly and helpful, and things were pretty quiet. We stayed in Site 092 in the Twin Fawns Loop, one of the electric sites in this loop. The drive in was easy and all sites seemed easy to back in to. We filled up with water near site 56, but it would have been easier at the dump station on the way in (more level). The sites here are all very spacious and separated by tall shrubs and trees. There had been quite a bit of rain here in the previous week and many of the sites were pretty muddy. It might be wise to give the office a call to get their recommendations for the driest sites available. Verizon had 4g and 2 bars and decent download speeds here. Our WeBoost cell phone amp cranked that up to 4 bars and enabled much faster downloads. We were not able to get any channels of OTA TV. There was no WIFI in the campground There were a few mosquitoes, but they didn't seem too troublesome at this time of year. There were a few hiking trails, but we found them to be overgrown and pretty muddy while we were there. The trailheads for the yellow and green trails were at campsites (between 74 & 76 and 66 & 68) - seemed like that could be an issue if you were camped there. There is a picnic area, beach, and boat launch area at the lake. We drove down but didn't really check it out. There is a lot to do in the area. Lots of wine, beer, and liquor tasting places. It is a good thing that alcohol is allowed in the campground area. There are lots of placed to go hiking, but the weather put a damper on that. - Capt Gerry
Jun 2018 - $30.00
We stayed in the Twin Fawns loop. Secluded sites, just about every site has brush on either side. Plenty of site space and a quiet CG. Showers clean. Beach is down a hill, we drove down instead of walking or biking. CG close to many wineries and golf courses. Penn Tan a short drive north has groceries. Real nice place here. - Bob806
Sep 2019 - $41.00
First the good: the park is clean and nicely mowed and trimmed. Nice pool area and playground.
The bad: this park is so noisy and was over run with kids and dogs everywhere. There seems to be a nonstop party with many of the seasonal walking around from site to site with their solo cups in hand. Dogs barking non stop and kids running in the roads all over the place. Friday night must be a huge night because the noise didn’t stop until after midnight, hooting and hollering and radios playing...quiet time isn’t enforced.
The park has a lot to do for families such as fishing ponds and an organized activity or event for each and every weekend. If you are a seasonal I suppose that would be fun. We did have one of the better spots on the grounds. A corner on a dead end street.
I do appreciate that they ask for proof of rabies for you dogs. The water faucet leaked the entire time we were there in fact we shut it off when we left for a day.
We won’t be back. - RMBRMB
Sep 2016 - $42.00
We found this campsite while returning from Niagara Falls. It's a bit off the beaten path, but it's a nice place to stay for the night. We did not use the laundry or showers. Sites were kind of small and we had to unhook, even though we preferred not to. Only 30 amp, but cable was a plus. This campsite is on top of a mountain on a two lane road. If you have a large camper or MH, I would advise not to go there. I smoked the brakes with my 36' camper while leaving the next morning. - G W
Jul 2015 - $32.00
This park is a "find" for anyone who wants to explore the Finger Lakes area of New York. It is a quiet, well-maintained park that has been around for many years. There is a caution about getting to the park because of the steep hills in the area, but once there you will be glad you made the trip. Sites are spacious and many are shaded. It is also not that far from Corning Glass Works and the city of Rochester which has the George Eastman House and many other places of interest. (We used to live in the area so we may be a little prejudice) :-) - elfforty