The staff was nice and the disc golf course is top notch, otherwise this is a blah campground. The pool was OK, they said it was heated, but the lake was warmer. Bathrooms and showers were relatively clean. They have limited full-hookup sites. Most all the sites are along a heavy tree line, so they have plenty of shade, but also don't dry out after a rain. If you get in the "horseshoe" area near the showers, there is nowhere to park unless you have a pop-up or are OK with being 3 feet from your fire ring. The game room is a joke. Basically a ping pong table and two arcade games. They really have no kids activities to speak of. I guess this is "wine country" since wineries are heavily prevalent in the area, so maybe the target campers aren't families. If you do have kids, I would recommend going to Cayuga Lake State Park. It's only $7/car to get in and they have brought in sand to make a little beach and swimming area along the lake. My understanding is that most/all of the other area lake parks do not have sand beaches. This campground is not anywhere near civilization, so pack accordingly. The closest fast food, Walmart, etc. is 30 minutes away, with the exception of the town of Ovid. Ovid has the smallest McDonald's I've ever seen outside of an airport or mall and there is a grocery store "Big-M", but it's cleanliness seems more like a large gas station convenience store.