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4 RV Parks near Webster, New York
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
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
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
Sep 2017 - $50.00
We liked this RV park very much. It sits right on the shores of Lake Ontario. We reserved a lake view site the week after labor day. The manager lady was very helpful during the reservation call. She lined us up with a lake view site that fit our RV layout. She spent some time with us and we were not disappointed. Another worker gentleman takes you to your site, directs you when backing in, and helps you set up if needed. He seems to get a little impatient for no reason at all, but means well.
The town has plenty to do. Theres a beautiful beach, lakeside taverns, music, boating, fishing, historic sites, etc. We had friendly neighbors, but remember we had it a week after Labor Day. It is a quiet park with some permanent seasonal renters. We would like to stay again.
The WiFi was decent but sporadic. This is becoming real important for part time or full time rvers who need to work while on the road. Gorgeous views! - Run To The Hills
Jul 2017 - $50.00
Make sure you are on the shoreline for a wonderful sunset view Power also has 70 amp. Staff could not be more helpful. Very poor wifi. Love this site. - travel2011
Aug 2016 - $48.00
The waterfront sites have an absolutely lovely view but the park is generally unattractive. I'd love to find a park with that view but modern and attractive and I'd be happy to pay 50% more. We did not stay overnight and used none of the facilities but drove through the park to see if it would be a nice place to stay. I don't think I would want to stay here. - UllaPool