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“Good Campground”

Robert Moses State Park
Ranked #2 of 16 things to do in Massena
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Reviewed 12 August 2017

Good campground. Sites are well spaced and mostly private. Rates are reasonable. Many sites with electric and large enough for most motorhome and RVs. Very convenient to Eisenhower Locks.
Not much else in the area and no water or sewer hookups.

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Reviewed 10 August 2017

This park includes so much for families, friends or couples to do. The campground is excellent with both wooded and waterfront sites for trailers or motor homes. There are also cabins to rent. The beach is gorgeous and under utilized so you can have a practically private place to swim. There's a picnic pavilion to rent for parties or reunions. You can visit the Eugene Nicandri Nature Center for a first class experience or the McCullough Visitors Center for an explanation of how the seaway was built. Another stop is the Eisenhower Lock to watch ships pass from the Atlantic to the Great Lakes. So much to do and very little if any cost. Everyone should come up to see this. It's less than a 2 hr drive north of the 1000 Islands.

Thank Nancy B
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Reviewed 3 August 2017

Robert Moses is a nice huge park but for people with little kids, it might not be the best place. First of all the beach is nice but is miles away from most of the campsites, if you are in a RV you must drive there. So if that's important, go somewhere else. Very little in the way of play structures, trails. Some nice kayaking sites, place is pretty well maintained. Over-all, an average park.

Thank kth0ms
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Reviewed 19 July 2017

We camped here in a motorhome the 2nd weekend of July. Although our site was useable, most sites were not, lots of mud. It appears the park has not maintained the sites with gravel in many many years. The park roads heading into the first camping area were some of the worst roads I have ever seen. The only dump station was on this bad bad road ( i chose the dump at another park since going down the bad road might cause damage to my RV. The were repaving the marina road but that was the only place where visible investment exists! I will avoid this park in future travels. Just not a good place. Sad to see.

Thank Daryl5862
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Reviewed 3 June 2017 via mobile

This State Park area has numerous activities and sites to visit, great phot op's, and the best kept NY State Park beach in the North Country with soft raked sand. We camped here with our 24ft trailer, at a site that offered 30 amp hook-up. The office is not easy to locate, but checking is speedy. We brought our 2 Boxers and they had a blast at this campground. Our site was 195, listed as one that could accommodate a much larger camper, however with our awning out really didn't have much space to move around ours. We ditched the picnic table to the rear of the site to make extra room. We usually don't use our camper bathroom, but the restrooms here are few and far between, so book early if you need accommodations near them or it's a little hike. The water hook-up are more set in between campers on the roads too, so people tended to have their hoses hooked up and it was weird walking in between a families setup to use the water. The campground told us when we couldn't find where to fill up that although the dump station water said "non-drinkable" in a big sticker, all the water at the grounds is drinkable. We did not use it since it was marked as such, seems weird that the lady told us to drink it? The water on the hook-up that we filled up at at the site was so heavily chlorinated that we could not let our dog drink it. We would just fill up at home if we had it to do again. Tent worms were very bad and left a huge mess (and Tom poop) all over our awning and camper top and eventually coming under the awning and all over us and our lawn furniture, so we ended up leaving a day early.

Thank gingersthomas
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