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19 RV Parks near Conesus, New York
May 2007 - $30.00
This campground is mostly seasonal. It appears there are only nine sites for short term camping. Two of the nine sites were shady. All nine sites are at the top of a steep incline. It was no problem pulling a pop-up. The sites offer a gorgeous view of Conesus Lake. The owners and the seasonal campers were very friendly. The campground has a beach on Conesus Lake which is accessible by crossing East Lake Road. There is about a three or four minute walk down and back up that steep hill to reach the restrooms. A porta-pottie is placed up on the hill in case the walk is too far. The restrooms were very clean. There is one shower in the ladies room and it is right by the entrance. There is no changing area to dress, so it does require some thoughtful planning to enter and exit the shower discreetly. The two toilets were in very narrow stalls. I was told the men's room is similar. They have hiking trails that we did not have time to explore. I would definitely camp here again. - whimsee
Aug 2019 - $45.00
Our first stop as full-time RVers left a lot to be desired! The staff sure was nice and friendly, but that's where it stopped. You're greeted by about a 20-30% grade hill as soon as you turn in. But that's not the best of it! You have to stop and park your rig on that hill to check in! Climbing up into the park is an adventure all by itself. Winding, extremely narrow, muddy, rocky, and extremely steep roads. Sites are PILED on top of each other. Three to a row, which means someone gets stuck in the middle, trapped into their site. Very unforgiving cancellation policy. My wife and I sold our sticks-and-bricks and our closing was delayed a day causing us to not be able to get here. They did offer to extend me a night because I had already paid for it, but would not refund that night when I told them that I couldn't stay another evening. I, personally, would be nice enough to make case-by-case exceptions. Not these folks! We would not recommend this park and would not stay here in the future. - Running on MT
Oct 2016 - $40.00
Steep hiils, narrow roads, muddy low water pressure. - Matter of Fact
Apr 2012 - $35.00
This park is built on the side of a hill. It is steep to enter and exit. Bring a lot of lumber for leveling. There are old decks alongside trailers that are falling down. It is 50 years old and it looks it. There have been no improvements to the sites at all. If you have a rig over 30' do not even bother. Sites are not deep enough to handle rigs built today. Buildings at the park are in need of improvement and remodeling. It is an RV park trying to be a mobile home park. We would never stay here again. - Ray Morse
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
Aug 2019 - $48.00
This park is a 3 out of 5 stars at best. There are only 7 full hookup sites. Even the seasonal residents (about 80% of total sites) do not have sewer. Activities are only on Saturdays and geared to the seasonals. We had a 50 amp full hookup reserved for transient campers. Stayed for a week which was 4 days too long. Rec room was old, dirty, dark and not much in it. $48 per day was way too much to pay for this park! Would not camp here again. - Joanie990
Jul 2018 - $48.00
Expensive for grassy site with no shade. Weak wifi that rarely worked. - SophieRVs
Oct 2017 - $39.00
Nice and clean. Owners were super nice people and very accommodating. Very quiet during the week but the weekends the campground was busy with kids and family. Excellent haunted house for the Halloween weekend. Would stay there again if we are ever back in the area. - Thomas Beau
Oct 2019 - $33.00
This is a beautiful park. The grounds are meticulously maintained and there are many overlooks and picnic areas. The hiking trails are well marked and heavily traveled, but traverse spectacular views of each of the three large waterfalls. The campground is comparably fairly rustic, having only 30 amp electric service. The sites are fairly spread out and some are quite tight for larger rigs. We stayed in the 800 loop and our site was muddy and very un-level. Water spickets are located every three or four sites on the interior of the loop. Mine was an exterior site but I could access a spicket with 100 foot hose across the road. There is a triple dump station with no threaded flushing hoses, which speeds up dumping when most campers depart simultaneously, but doesn’t allow a good dump. Also the dump station is located about a half mile from the nearest loop (mine) which made for a slow haul of my blue-boy portable dump tank. - wwdiner
Sep 2019 - $31.00
This state park is beautiful. Everything they say about this place is true. If your looking for a campsite in this area of New York you need to plan a couple days camping here. We stayed in loop #700 because of our dogs and found the accommodations very nice. There is plenty to do and all ages would enjoy what this park has to offer. A must see. - M Warner
Sep 2019 - $33.00
Amazing place! We stayed 2 nights on site 137. This site was a little larger than some and also had electric. I would try to find information about sites (e.g. photos, reviews) ahead of time. Some are much smaller than others and some have more gravel than others. That may make tent camping more difficult. The restrooms were very clean and updated. They were private and had a private shower in with it. Our site loop was pet friendly. The park was amazingly beautiful with views! Playground, laundry room, and camp store( was not open for our stay).Very well with park upkeep and staff was friendly. Offers numerous trails for hiking with various lengths and difficulty. Would definitely visit again! - HeatherJ
Feb 2017 - $25.00
Love the pool the trails and the sites. - Douglas McDowell
May 2016 - $19.00
Nice place to stay in off season, peak season can be very busy. Lower loop has nice creek-front sites. Beautiful hiking trails in park. Not much privacy between most sites. No hookups, potable water and dump station available however. - TCNG
May 2009 - $23.00
Stony Brook State Park is primitive, there are no hookups to speak of. This park is gorgeous. The man made gorge trail is beautiful. The pool that is in the gorge is awesome - cold but awesome. This would be a ten if there were some sort of hookups. Book in advance if you are going on the weekend - - sue100
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
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 2017 - $25.00
They parked us in what they call "The Back Forty" Its a wide open field not mown very well the power is so inadequate that my surge protector would just keep clicking on and off. When I complained they had me unplug a seasonal site to plug into one of the only 30 amp plugs. This was just as bad as I had no power available to me. Another 30 amp plug next to the coach traveling with me was wide open with the plug missing and just taped up. I wouldn't want a young child sticking their hand in it. We were told that someone would look at the power problem and that they have a full time electrician on site but he never showed up. I would stay in any campground besides this one it is one of the worst I've seen in my many years of camping the United States. - Jmancini228
Aug 2016 - $25.00
We have stayed many times through the past 10 years. The seasonal campers are a little snobby and they watch everything you do but we figured so what it's just a couple of days. This past year we decided to get a seasonal campsite at the rate of 1400.00 per year, not that bad but after our first weekend there we paid them 12.00 to dump our tank, we were informed that they don't dump grey water and we would have to get a portable tank so we did. We left the camp site for two weeks when we pulled out we left our table and chairs and our lawnmower (because you are required to mow your site) under our table we left our grey water tank and campfire wood, upon our return the staff stated that people had been asking if we had abandoned the site, she told them no. When we arrived at our site everything was there except the wood had been moved when we pulled out all of our things somebody had stolen our grey water tank. Nobody saw anything of course even though the whole area we were in was all seasonal campers and like I said earlier they watch everything you do so I contacted the office to see if they could help, not much luck there, early Sunday we were awoken by a very loud fight in the camper next to us, it was the staff threatening a bunch of kids with obscenity filled threats while the visits we had before this were ok not great but ok, this one was a disaster! The electricity has not been updated for years, the people with golf carts had the audacity to yell at me driving my truck saying its 5 miles per hour as they are buzzing past my truck! Thieves, liars, snobs, will never return! - Tolvett
Sep 2010 - $36.00
This was the worst campground I ever stayed at. Our site for a big rig was in a field. The site was uneven and I had to block one wheel. The power was broken, the water didn't work. We left after 1 night. Avoid this campground. Last capital improvement was probably in the 70's. - User1611
Jul 2013 - $35.00
We ended up staying at Sugar Creek Glen as our attempt to stay at another park was awful. We had a week of 90 degree heat and found ourselves running the motorhome generator much of the day. Moving down the street to Sugar Creek Glen upgraded us to electric sites along with site water. While this was our second stay at Sugar Creek Glen we were glad to see new owners this year. This is a gorgeous park alongside a creek which just needed some TLC to make it spectacular. The new owners were just what the park needed. They went out of their way to meet our request for a site right on the creek. This was important as our two girls enjoyed playing in the stream. It was nice having the kids in our view throughout the day. It also made it easy for the whole family to enjoy our daily walk up the creek to the multiple falls. We also enjoyed the weekend activities of Christmas in July. This presented a visit by Santa, small gifts for the kids, and a large camp fire. We enjoyed the time talking to all of the campers. Comments by the seasonal campers were very supportive of the new management and maintenance of the park. Our impression of everything was similar. We certainly look forward to coming back again next year to see further updates to a wonderful campground. Roads were slightly narrow matching previous reviews; however, we could easily maneuver our 35 ft motorhome without difficulties. - HappyRVCamper2
Sep 2008 - $25.00
I wish I had a smaller pop-up like rig to navigate the place. Everything is absolutely beautiful, except some of the seasonal sites. And the inside of the bathroom. Still for $25 a night, it's a good place to hang out for the weekend or more. It's not a resort, but then again the resorts are asking you to pay 3 times as much. Moral: You get what you pay for. - Walt Newman
Jul 2007 - $25.00
We stay in the non-electric sites so that we can be next to the stream. There are several waterfalls and fantastic creek walking. The new owners are friendly and working hard to improve the campground while keeping the rustic feel. This place is a favorite of ours but, If you are looking for an RV resort, this is not your place. - Lindalew