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We stayed here for its proximity to NYC. I had read a lot of reviews about how run down the park was and they had a huge problem with wildlife. I didn't find any of this to be true. The park is well taken care...More
This is a beautiful wooded camp with really nice people running it and for that, and the New York tour that leaves from the park, office they get 5 stars. However their electrical system is dangerous. If you go there use your surge protector or...More
We had a decent time but the place is a little worn out.
The cabin (154) was totally filthy. Dirty mattresses, black mold , graffiti, ripped screens, gross curtains.
Everything was sticky and looked like it had never even been swept. We had to clean...More
Very wooded sites with poison ivy in abundance. Created a problem for our 2 small dogs and anxiety for me as I am highly allergic. Noisier than most KOA campgrounds: people riding bikes, small motorcycles and kiddie ATV-type ride-on vehicles going round and round all...More
This park is approximately 2 hours from NYC, they sell tickets for their own bus. It leaves very early in the am with specific places visited. I am not sure about the Met. They do require a deposit for your reservation and... More
This park is approximately 2 hours from NYC, they sell tickets for their own bus. It leaves very early in the am with specific places visited. I am not sure about the Met. They do require a deposit for your reservation and will charge a fee if you want to choose your own site/cabin. Otherwise they will assign you one based on what you are camping in (tent, RV or renting one of the cabins).