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21 RV Parks near Celoron, New York
We did however find 21 campgrounds within 25 miles of Celoron. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Celoron in the left hand column.
Oct 2018 - $20.00
Nice little CG. Nothing negative. We only stayed one night during a transit. I'd say a good 75% of the sites are taken up by people who leave their campers there all year. They had a lot of activities/play areas set up for kids so I imagine this wouldn't be a place for peace and quite during spring and summer weekends. - Goodcruisin
Jul 2018 - $40.00
Electrical updated and sewer system, bath house, laundry, roadways. ALL are NEW as of July 2018 and nice. Owners are very nice and helpful. All camp sites are well maintained. A great place to stay. - rcmozingo
Apr 2017 - $32.00
A little off the beaten path, in the hills above Falconer. Very friendly staff and long termers. The showers & toilets are "rustic" but clean, no sewer but 1 dump site in park. They have some funky gray water system with busted up pvc pipes you just shove your drain pipe into. Must drain gray only, very slowly to avoid backup. And shortly after you see your gray water spreading across the gravel driveway. Site was gravel pull thru and level. - rvrrat520
Jun 2019 - $40.00
We loved the area, resident campers, weekend or weekly campers. Everyone we met were the BEST kind of campers. However, the lady owner was rude, condescending, and paranoid. She snooped around our campsite, she offended my wife and sister, and made it clear that "weekenders" were at the bottom of the totem pole. It was very unfortunate to deal with her. They claim, and we paid for full service site but we had to pay for the honey wagon(grey water hookups only). Their WiFi was terrible in the area called " the pit" where we were. The cable didn't work at all. We had to sign in at the office every day and get a wristband to use the pool. She made a big deal out of which arm the band went on. The part time employees we not trained on the computer and she blamed us. We were told we could put up an additional tent for $20/night and she then changed it to $40. My wife and I were constantly asking how to do things so we didn't break any rules. The residents laughed at our issues and said that they ignored her most of the time. The residents were some of the best people I've ever met camping. We stayed there for eight days because we booked it blind and it was our summer vacation but, we will NEVER go there again! - Andy Filberg
Aug 2018 - $42.00
AAA clean, well laid out and tons of amenities. Overnight campers are in two areas of this park. Our site (515) was near the office, pool, laundry and showers; gravel road, grassy site, close to others. We had electric, water, gray tank and cable. Owners were friendly and the park is well maintained. The seasonal units are in very good condition. I would consider this park for a seasonal stay and would definitely stay here again if we're in the area. Free wi-fi but dropped the connection a lot. No AT&T signal within the campground but we did pick it up within a mile away. Honey wagon service available. - MangoandJune
Aug 2017 - $36.00
This park is about 6 miles south of Jamestown. Power and water were good. At least 80 percent of the sites are occupied by seasonals. Trash pick up at site twice a day. Escort to site which was good because it was a bit difficult to locate. Grass site that needed leveling and mowing. Picnic table and fire pit. Swimming pool for a fee. I would stay here again if I could not locate another convenient park. - SunStar203
Jul 2018 - $62.00
When making reservations be aware that regardless of the site you reserve, you may well find that you have been moved to a different site at some point between the time you reserve, and the time you arrive. This has happened to us twice now. The most recent reservation (which we made a year in advance to get the site we wanted) was changed this month (two months after our reservation was made) for another campers reservation of longer duration. For $62 a night you would think it would not matter how long you plan to stay. We are planning to look at other campgrounds in the meantime with a policy more like what other places that we have stayed at offer. Overall, we do otherwise like this campground. - brusp2000
Jul 2018 - $64.00
We camped at Camp Chautauqua while waiting to enter a private campground. We were pleasantly surprised . They were friendly and accommodating. We felt like we had been there our entire life. Excellent Camp Store. Great activities. Located on the lake. Suz and I have crossed the Country five times, have camped from Key West to Maine. Camp Chautauqua ranks with the best. You can bet that we'll be back. - Bob Shirley
Jun 2018 - $48.00
Best, and only, campground on Lake Chautauqua, but no actually sites other than one token site on the lake shore itself. Great amenities and a lot for children to do, plus planned activities. Staff tries hard to meet needs, but seems overwhelmed. Lower rating because they call it "family camping". Kids must be watched, lots of drinking and racing golf carts. DO NOT STAY in sites 68-78 for this reason. Permanent residents have a bar onsite and a lot of late night partying, smell of weed, and noise. Site was also wet and mushy. - Wayne dufor
Aug 2015 - $30.00
Stayed 3 nights, charged for 4. No picnic table provided, took two days to get internet password. Internet was so slow, was not even used. Camp is quite nice and great location. Discuss payment prior to arrival. Restrooms need updating, old cracked cinder block. - Edna jones
Jul 2012 - $30.00
Level sites, convenient to Chautauqua Institution and management (minimally) helpful But, restrooms poorly maintained and equipped and basics like trash removal not taken care of. - afwi
Aug 2010 - $35.00
This campground is the closest to the Chautauqua Institution, only about a 10 minute drive. The owner does a good job keeping everything neat as a pin. It is very, very quiet. Most people are seasonal but we had a nice pull through site that worked well for our 38 footer. I would definitely stay here again. - LCS
Sep 2019 - $55.00
I have to say, this is a campground that makes a good 1st impression and they didn't disappoint. We arrived around 5pm in mid-September with great cool weather, sunny skies. They are situated away from noisy highways in rolling countryside with a westward view of Chautauqua Lake. Every building, road and lot was well maintained, modern and up to date. The staff was friendly, willing to accommodate and answered all our questions. The place is huge with campsites for transient and seasonal campers but wasn't crowded. We chose a basic full-hookup site with cable but would probably opt for one with a concrete patio, table/chairs and swing glider had we known beforehand how nice they were, and our stay was be long than one night. - BocBob
Jul 2019 - $65.00
We stayed at this park back in 2012 as an overnight stay. The pool at that time was really nice. Now fast forward to July 2019, not much has changed with this park in the 7 yrs it took us to return EXCEPT the pool. They took out the really nice pool and put in a wading pool, meant for small children. It's a walk in pool that only goes up to 3 ft. with a sitting bench along the edge. I don't pick places on just one amenity but in this case I can't justify spending 65.00 dollars a night when I can get more wet in my shower than I could in the pool! Other than the pool situation this is a very nice campground in a very nice area of Western New York. The sites are somewhat level, for a KOA they are huge, lots of green space between each site, no issues with the services (water and electric) in the section we were in the roads were dirt/rock mix and it was a little dusty at times when folks drove by. Big fire rings and the staff worked very hard keeping things picked up. Our site had no trash anywhere even the fire ring was cleaned out! - beachvic
Sep 2018 - $40.00
Price reflects KOA value member discount of one free night. Entrance to camping area is gated. You must push a button and give site number so they can raise the gate. They do escort you to your campsite which I think is a great idea since some of the roads are one way. Large park with mostly permanent and seasonal long term spots at the front which makes it feel more like a mobile home park. Newer area at back feels more like campground. The bathrooms are complete with private shower in each one. There were 4 units in each. Really nice if you had small kids that you would like to keep together. Laundry room and bathrooms were very clean. Pool was closed. Didn't use play areas or mini-golf but the areas were very well maintained. Mostly gravel roads but easy to navigate. The park is not on the lake but there is a beautiful view of the lake from one end which has several picnic tables. This park is very well maintained. All sites have a good grassy area, not mud or worn ground. Price without discount would be a little steep for us but the amenities offered for a family with kids makes it a good deal. We would stay here again. - pmoke
Sep 2019 - $16.00
I had read the other reviews and expected to find this campground cozy, clean and pleasant. I had to hunt down the owner to check in. (First, when I made the reservation I was quoted a rate and told she would leave a note on the res. for the owner about the rate). She refused to honor the rate until I said then we'll leave. Many sites available, none close to level. Gnats so thick you could hardly function outside. Lots of litter around. Would not go back. I had asked for a site open to the sky for satellite signal, she had no idea what I meant. - JoAnn53
Aug 2019 - $25.00
The staff here was very friendly & helpful. We arrived on a busy Saturday & getting to our site was a bit of a challenge since there were cars & trucks everywhere. The roads are gravel & the interior roads are quite narrow. Our site was a pull thru & definitely not level. None of the pull thrus were level. We found by staying toward the back, we were able to use our wood pads & get it level & keep the tires on the ground. The owner will supply things for leveling if necessary. The pull thrus are shady & the back ins are sunny. I think the majority of campers there are seasonal. Some of them are well kept & others should be tossed. There is a dog park & a huge open area for the kids to play, with playground, giant legos, a sandpile, basketball court, etc. Every weekend they have some activity. They have a pool, which looked clean & well kept, but we didn't use it. The office houses a bakery with fresh cinnamon rolls, donuts & I think, cookies. There is also a small store for some groceries & needed camping equipment. They serve pizza on the weekends, as well as breakfast. We had the pizza, which was very good. Our verizon phone service was useless. I occasionally got a call out if I went by the office. We were not able to use our verizon or sprint hotspots at all, so we did have to rely on their wifi. It was pretty bad on the weekend, but usually ok during the week. There were a lot of gnatty type bugs in air, so you will definitely want bug repellent & a screen tent if you want to spend time outside. The town of Warren was about a 20 min drive, but had everything you would need. - goldenruler
Oct 2018 - $42.00
The campground entrance was well marked, although not lit at night, which would make it hard to spot with an after dark arrival. The internal roads were dirt/gravel, which became somewhat muddy when wet and with several pot holes to avoid. Most sites were level, but our initial pull-thru (one of 6 available) were uphill and not level. The autolevers could not obtain level, and in manual it could have been achieved if I was willing to bring the back wheels off the ground, an absolute no-no for a motorhome. The roads were easily maneuverable with a 36' DP motorhome, and there were shade trees on each site. I had to move to a back-in site which was basically level, and an average width, and long enough to park the toad in front of the RV (if you park it perpendicular to the RV). Since they weren't very busy, they let me pull in sideways and take up two sites, making it a virtual pull-thru. The entire site was grass (sparse in several spots) and in decent condition, which our 3 Golden Retrievers enjoyed. There was no cable TV, and no OTA stations. The water was easy to connect to, and the water pressure was a little on the low side but was sufficient. The sewer connection was a little above ground level, requiring the use of a sewer hose support. The WiFi was easy to connect to, and the internet bandwidth was maybe a 7 out of 10, but it dropped out quite often, requiring a reconnect. Verizon cell signal was 1 out of 5 bars and spotty at best. We don't use restrooms or showers, so we can't render an opinion on those items. There was a dog park for our 4 footed friends, but the entrance was muddy since it had been raining. We did not notice any road noise. The price was reasonable for the services received. The staff was very friendly and helpful. If you come here with a family, there are kids games, a climbing house, and a pool as well. We would stay here again. - Don Gagnon
Aug 2019 - $75.00
We were treated horribly. Would strongly not advise anyone of color to camp at this site. We were watched like hawks and treated very poorly. Never again! We were decent people. Not disrespectful or rude. But we were treated very rude and we were disrespected like we were no good. Coffee pot had mildew in it and refrigerator was not working properly. We used ice and a cooler. - Awful1234_
Aug 2017 - $35.00
We were in transit but planned to arrive early so we could drive through the lovely countryside. This area is known as the New York Amish Trail and there is very useful brochure and map of the area which the Campground provided. There are nearly 150 listed locations to explore including many Amish craft shops, museums and other points of interest. The Campground is also near the Allegany State Park which is beautiful. We intend to return and spend two or three days exploring the area more fully. - Alan S
May 2014 - $42.00
Thought about trying to save some money and camp weekdays. Don't do it at this place. They give discounts only on the most expensive sites but you don't get to camp on them. A $28 site us Good Sam is $27. Sam with Passport.They say they have WiFi but only sometimes. Besides charging us a higher rate, they have pay showers too. I don't think our group will go back to this campground any time soon. - shell5
Jul 2018 - $30.00
Older campground that is 95% seasonal campers. It has a lot of campsites interspersed between trees on hillsides. Many of the RVs have been there for quite some time and people have settled in adding storage sheds, decks, and decorations. Pass through campers are assigned a site in a flat grassy area with electric and water service. These sites are not clearly designated and we were told to park where we wanted. Interior roads need to be regraded and filled with new gravel. The restroom and shower we looked into was old, in poor condition, and needed a good cleaning. The entire campground could use some TLC but the seasonal campers seemed content. - linnemj
May 2018 - $30.00
We got here 5/25 about 330pm. They didn't have my Reservation I called it in about 6 weeks ahead of time. But they had room and took care of me. We got in and all set up, then after Dinner we took a walk around to find the Bath House. There are 3 of them. The one we found was filthy and had a sign on the door to clean up after yourself, or lose the Bath House. It never was cleaned the whole weekend.
Saturday after Breakfast we asked one of the Seasonals about the trash. She told me to take it home with us. We later found the Dumpster and used it. I don't think she was being mean, I don't think she knew.
Like the other reviews say: it is a quiet camp site. On Saturday night they had Country Music, a live local band I guess. They were pretty good and played for quite a while.
It's a good Campground but needs a lot of work to bring it back. But for us it was just a half way point to family and Niagara Falls. - ztoymaker
Aug 2017 - $40.00
Stayed here a couple of nights in August. Overall, a great couple of days. Just a beautiful, quiet area. With the advertised rates so low, my expectations were not high on the actual facilities but I was pleasantly surprised. The restroom/shower near my rig was spotless. My 50 amp hookup had no issues and my campsite and more than enough room for my rig.
At $40 a night, this was best value I've seen in a long time. Other thing I noticed about Woodside was that the staff and the other campers were very friendly but they kind of left you alone if that is what you wanted. I can't say enough about how beautiful that area is. - RVTraveler69