Stumbled upon this Gem while looking for a place close to my Daughter that goes to Alfred College. Beautiful Setting on 200 plus acres mostly all in a wooded pine forest. We have camped many years and know a great place within 5 minutes. This is one of them. Wonderful Cabins of all levels spread out so you barely know anyone is around. Beautiful Ponds, Trails, and a Creek with Fossils! We had an RV site where we were very graciously welcomed and escorted to our site by the owner. I also noticed that he kept careful watch over a group of tenters that were not respectful of bathrooms or other campers. While we were there the Amish came with fresh baked goods (delicious maple glazed donuts), Ceramics was offered, a great fun evening of Kereoke also!! ALL RV Sites updated with new electric. Very Spread out. Lots of privacy. State Park type of "look and feel" Nice rec room, Outdoor Ping Pong,Laundry Facilities, Fishing Pond, Miles and Miles of marked trails and very very nice bathrooms! We booked 4 additional weekends. This is not meant to be a big noisey campground!. We had a rainy weekend but were never bored. This is a place to reconnect with your kids and enjoy all the wonders of nature. My husband and 2 teenage daughters played like kids in the Creek!!! Splashing, making small rock dams and fossil hunting. We ventured into the Town of Angelica that was rich with beautiful historic buildings, Churches and antique shops. Don't miss the Irish Pub at the Golf Course in town! ($18.00 for 18 holes of Good Golf) and DELICIOUS Authentic Irish Food!!!!, also don't miss Black Eyed Susans for lunch, or the Sweet Shop. All recommended!!! Thank You to the owners that are working to improve all the time (he showed us the updates to the electric, Stone work and ponds). The also have a brand new Jayco RV for rent! The site comes with a Kayak! The permanent campsites were all very neat and well kept. No swimming pool (thus no noisy kids either) but when was the last time you had the opportunity to splah in fresh cold running water and build dams and then sit in the pooled water? Cannot wait to go back!! Walmart and Wegmans are 20 minutes away if you need to stock up. Close to Route 17/86!