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13 RV Parks near Honeoye Falls, New York
We did however find 13 campgrounds within 25 miles of Honeoye Falls. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Honeoye Falls in the left hand column.
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 2016 - $43.00
I echo the previous reviewer's sentiment. It is a very pretty park, with good sites. It is a very uptight park, with the owner threatening to toss you out if you break a rule - mostly quiet and catering to seasonals. There are kids but few relative to other parks, so again, great if you like peace and quiet. If you enjoy cycling, this is not the ideal park because the roads are gravel and the road into the park is extremely hilly - I wound up driving to bottom of hill and starting my ride from there. - klinner
Jun 2019 - $56.00
Tight turns in and out of sites. Verizon very spotty. No cable. Could only get NBC with RV antenna. Owners were really nice and helpful. They fixed an erosion issue on the patio almost immediately. - Dennison
Sep 2018 - $47.00
Camped 1 night in 22' Class C, booked over the phone. We arrived after-hours, approx 8PM but may as well have been midnight. Campground was dark and not a soul to be seen anywhere, everyone closed up in their large rigs. Our site was back-in and a little close quarters trying to get in with other residents pickups and toads taking up space. Site was badly off-level for us. We booked a full hookup site over the phone, but if we had been there earlier and able to select a site in the daylight, turns out they had much better sites for us that were Electric & water only, over by the lake. There was even a fellow lowly small C / class B person out in their own over there. The designated "pet walk" is little more than a weedy strip alongside one of the interior gravel roads. The Dog Run area was across a soggy & slightly flooded field opposite where we were camped. Overall a standard KOA, I would just recommend getting there in daylight so you can select a suitable site for yourself, especially if you don't need to be confined to the "rack & stack" Class A section. - VW_Vista
Sep 2018 - $47.00
Booked online a few days ahead. Reservations at KOA asks what vehicle, etc. Entered 40 foot motorhome,towing. When we arrived, I was asked if I wanted to upgrade to a premium patio site. Since we arrived later in the afternoon and were only spending one night, I deferred to a standard pull through. I was directed to site 10, directly behind game room. Fortunately this was a Sunday night so the park was relatively quiet. The site was barely long enough (if even) to hold our coach and towed vehicle, a Wrangler 4 door. Immediate to the left side was a large tree that our slide brushed up to. The site next to us was available, longer and no trees. After setting up (leveling was a real treat, as the site runs downhill dramatically), I had the opportunity to view the campground map. It shows several sites marked as "big rig" or "patio site". I guess 40 foot isn't big enough to qualify. Several of them were available also. Like most of the parks we have stayed at in New York and New England area, there are many seasonal campers set up in the park. There are areas that seem dedicated to overnighters or short stay campers. I feel that the owner could have done more to accommodate the size of our rig and, given that there were several other sites available, that would have been easier to enter, set-up and exit than what we were given. - Kurt D
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
Jul 2011 - $80.00
This would have been a great vacation if the staff wasn't so rude! I stayed in a rented RV that was on their site for 2 nights, with my Husband and Son. The lights and outlets in the Kitchen did not work and we asked for it to be fixed 3 times. Finally on the last day they decided to come and fix it as we were packing to go home. When we arrived, the camper was somewhat clean but still I cleaned everything before unpacking. Before I left I cleaned the counters, brought the trash down, cleaned the bathroom and swept the deck and inside of the camper. The first Friday night there was a huge fight with a group of people a couple of sites down and they were screaming, swearing and the guy actually punched the windshield of a car and broke it. We had 2-4 year old kids with us. Nothing was done about that because they were there all weekend! My family also came up for the day, went shopping in the store and paid $3 per person to stay for the day and they were also very rude to them. They asked them more than once if they were staying the night and they said no, they were just there to have dinner and go swimming. It seemed as if they didn't believe them and that they were going to try and stay the night without paying the $6 fee! They left at around 9pm and had mentioned how rude the lady was in the office/store. When we took the kids to the pool we were not allowed to jump, splash, talk loud, through any kind of balls, basically you were only allowed to stand in the pool! The life guard told the kids to stop 3 times and they were just laughing loud. I usually never complain but this time I really feel that people should know what they are getting into before camping here. My family and I go camping at least twice a month and I have never met more rude people. I feel that if you own a business you should treat your customers a lot better, especially when they are spending a lot of money. I even tried to compliment them on the store and she wouldn't even look at me or respond. To me this was not a family campground. We felt uncomfortable even going into the store because of how we were treated. I will NEVER go camping here again. - Not happy!
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 2017 - $50.00
Park is 3 years old and still needs a lot of work. Nice landscaping at camp office/store but not much done in rest of campground. Good location on Erie Canal but no access from campground and brush has grown up blocking the view. Pull thru sites are in a field with saplings that will eventually provide shade. Sites are FHU, sloping gravel amidst mowed weeds. May become a "resort" in future but is currently overpriced. - Appleknocker
Sep 2016 - $42.00
Still in their infancy as a park they are building on a foundation. Park is on a hill and most sites are not level. We had about a 4" drop front to rear on site 80. They had a bluegrass festival Saturday afternoon/eve but we were there visiting family and weren't around for it. Check in was friendly and owner allowed us to take an open pull thru instead of the back in we'd reserved at no extra charge. They were very friendly and accommodating. Some turns were a little tight in a 41' DP. - HomeOnWheels_US
Aug 2016 - $40.00
Great family oriented campground. The swimming pool. unheated, is very clean and designed for children as the maximum depth is 4'11". An extensive play ground is adjacent to the pool as well as a game room. - Dick Mack
Aug 2018 - $30.00
Large campground with lots of room to walk especially around golf course (nice trail). A lot of permanents. Walked over and watched races at race track next door. - Bjb1775
Jul 2018 - $30.00
$30 day/ FHU gravel sites with picnic table/firepit/wifi Pros Fun family owed campground Wifi signal was strong throughout park Laundry facility (1.75/1.25) Playground for kiddos Free 8 hole golf course Camp store on site Game room full of arcade games/board games/books Seasonal campers/ weekend campers grouped separately Cookouts/weekly events Propane available Cabins available for rental Cons A fair amount of seasonal campers, but as mentioned before they are in separate areas Tip: Jell-o Museum nearby as well as several baseball teams - hopalongrving
Jun 2018 - $29.00
It was easy to access the campground from state highways. However I started hitting branches at the entrance. The check in was quick and the owner took us to two sites to evaluate which one would work best. We decided on the site that was in the open meadow. It was very easy to maneuver the big rig into place. The site had 50 amp, water and a grey tank disposal. I brushed several branches on the way to and from the site. This is an issue that could easily be fixed and any campground that has sites for big rigs should have clearance from branches. The rest rooms were clean and the campground was well maintained. The dump station is next to the office. Which is great when you leave but takes a little maneuvering if you want to use it at arrival. The race track is directly across the street from some campsites. If that's an issue, check what nights they race. Open field with about 20 campsites around the outside. Several looked long term. - DJR CMR
Aug 2015 - $38.00
This was an overnight stop for us as we head west to Cincinnati. We requested a pull thru, 50 amp, water and sewer. The host (Skip) took us to the over night pull thru area which was up a relatively steep hill, very rough, very dusty, narrow road. The PT sites are right next to I-90, so lots of noise. After Skip left I began to setup for the night (water/sewer/power). The power boxes were very old and in rough condition and while the site's nightly rate was for 50 amp service the 50 amp plug was feed by two 30 amp breakers so in a sense instead of 100 amp service (two 50 amp legs) this was a 60 amp service (two 30 amp legs). I got everything hooked up and went inside the coach and my Energy Management System showed NO Voltage. I started my generator to run the AC and everything work fine off the generator. I called the CG office and the lady said she'd send Skip back. After about 20 minutes Skip returned checked the legs with his meter and said,'have 240 vac, everything is working'. I questioned the two 30 amp breakers and he said it's wired with 50 amp wire but he reduces it to 30 amp. My concern at this point was the wiring and issues with the neutral and calmly explained my concerns to Skip. At that point Skip walked away from me saying , 'bigger rigs than yours have stayed here and no one else has complained, so if you don't like it pack up and leave and we'll give you your money back'. His tone was rather rude and at that I disconnected, brought in the slides and drove to the office for a credit. We drove to another area campground (2 miles away), connected to their 50 amp service (with actual 50 amp breakers) and everything work as it should. There was definitely an issue with their service/wiring.
So if you decide to stay here, expect rough roads, at steep hill to drive up, your RV to get dirty from the dust, 50 amp service that is throttled to 30 amp that may or may not work. If you have a problem expect Skip to just tell you to leave. - Russ G
May 2015 - $38.00
It is easy on/off the NYS Thruway for a night but I would not make it a destination point. The sites are on grass. To get to the pull-through sites you have to go up a short very steep hill and I believe there are about 3 of these site. The front of your rig faces the thruway, which is about 200 feet in front. Yes, there is road noise but we were able to get to sleep. They offer no discounts. There is plenty of room to walk a dog but the only container to dispose of the waste is down near the office. - petpeople
Jul 2012 - $24.00
My four children, wife, and I purchased our first a fifth wheel and had a wonderful two week experience. We never owned an RV and the owner backed us in, hooked us up, and went over the basics. We were on the seasonal level at the bottom of the hill and were quite pleased with the wide open spaces. The kids fished in the 2 acre "lake", more of a pond, and had a blast. There are two play areas and a pool. My wife and I had fun playing in the arcade that had old games. There is a small store that has all the camp stuff and a mini golf course. They made friends for life. - The Raging Lucy
Sites: 173 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 11 Reviews
Aug 2018 - $34.00
Interesting park. Our site was inside a circular road. It was very not level and no surface, only grass. There were many, many sites there--unoccupied. I think we were the only transients. The rest were seasonals. The services were good, even the wifi. But be aware, there is a large stage by the office where they evidently have concerts, so I guess that is when they utilize all the sites. You might want to ask about the concerts if you don't want to listen to bad music all night. Our site was water and power only, so maybe the full service sites are better. - hudsonguy
Nov 2017 - $49.00
Clean, attractive park. One inner loop gravel road; individual sites are serviced by grass areas without road markings. Sites are gravel and mostly level, with lot of space between sites. Office was not open when we arrived during business hours, but it was off-season and a helpful attendant arrived within 10 minutes of a phone call and showed us to a site. The price was high, but it is one of the only of-season, open parks in northern NY along the lake so I guess they take advantage of supply and demand. The utilities appeared very new and in excellent shape. Free WiFi was so weak it was essentially nonexistent. Lots of grass for dog walking. - LoneWolf
Jul 2014 - $63.00
Because of the 'concert' we had no interest in, the rate for our week here was VERY over priced. The map shows a mini-golf course; it hasn't been there for years. The G section of the map is on the steepest hill we ever camped on--awful. The pool was never cleaned. Some creepy employee kept hanging around the women's room every time our neighbor's 12 year old niece went to take a shower! I have seen much nicer playgrounds in people's yards. There were no activities except: a bounce house that seemed randomly put up on no schedule, a fun wagon ride one of the nights for the kids, and a day water gun wagon ride. Won't stay here ever again. - Camping Mer
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 - $29.00
Traveling in a 38 foot coach we stayed 5 nights in a site for big rigs. Our site was on the south side, we were next to 5 or 6 other coaches and there was good room between each. The park is flat so it looked like most of the sites were level. I would never want to stay in their main camping area because there is not much room between sites. Our only complaint was that most sites lacked gravel. So if you know it is going to be raining your heading into a mud pit once you pull onto your site. Is it that hard to put a little gravel down on the dirt? Our satellite did not work here because there are large trees everywhere. If you have a dog there is ample area to walk your pet. The park is located in a quiet area. - JDC10
Jul 2018 - $50.00
Family friendly, however power was poor, low voltage and some brief outages. Shared water, no septic onsite however there is a dump station on site. Unable to use satellite due to trees, also cellular reception very poor in this area. Small play area for the kids however no pool, no onsite store etc. We would have rated better however feel this is over priced, we should have stayed at a full service KOA for the same price or actually less with discount. If the nightly price was ~$25.00 it would have been a fair price. - MikeMac
Sep 2017 - $50.00
Way over priced for water/electric only. Sites carved out of dense forest, not level and utilities (especially water) placed in awkward places (bring long connections.) A big rig would have trouble getting into the sites around the oval - the few along the entry road would be much easier. I actually left a day early, would not return. - ldukeb