out of users would make it again
5 out of 5
Peaceful CampingJanuary 18, 2012 By erniemoe
This is my campground of choice for the last 25 years. Peaceful, quiet, and restful. It is a family campground that has no place for loud-mouths or drunks. Unfortunately, on occasion, you will have someone like the one star reviewer complain about the rude staff. The staff has one goal. To keep the peace and solitude that others came to this campground to get. I've seen them in action. They ask nicely the first 3 or 4 times. Then they get more forceful by stating that the campers can go elsewhere if they want to continue their drunken, loud, and rude behavior. Also, if you don't like animals, stay in the city.
1 out of 5
Horrible experienceMay 03, 2011 By cucuruchos
This place is terrible, i used to go twice a year every year with my family, the person in charge was always very short and no too friendly. The last time we were there she changed the position of the trailers right next or very close to the river were the campsites are, of course people has to talk and laugh. She came several times asking to lower our voices, we were just talking!!!! how low can you go talking. She came to us very nasty, and totaly no maners, the kids were scared of her. We decided to leave the first day and move to a different campground. This place is for lonely people who likes to be away ALONE. If your planning go camping with your wife and kids this is not a place for you!!!! she didn't let the kids do NOTHING!!!!
5 out of 5
Riverfront CampsitesAugust 03, 2009 By DSteve
We went there for the trout fishing in June 2009 and it was great! We fished both the Willowemoc and Beaverkill rivers. Fished right from my site. We were on the Willowemoc and the Beaverkill was just 20 minutes away. My buddy went there last year and recommended it to me. He stayed at the Covered Bridge sites, which he liked. We camped in the Pines though. These sites are more secluded, which was good. The site was right on the river, felt like I was there only one there. I don't want to camp around a bunch of people. Plus there were no rv's near us. It's really quiet and there are lots of trees here. My girlfriend liked the farm animals and went hiking also. It's a clean campground and the showers are hot with lots of pressure, better than our apartment. Camp on the river, it's great. Bring waders for the river, makes it easier.
1 out of 5
Covered Bridge Campsite Livingston ManorJuly 26, 2009 By MJW22
Worst camping experience ever. Site was double booked to begin our weekend so we didn't get the site we had reserved. We were awakened from our ""peaceful solitude"" at 4:30am by the ""farm animals"" whom roam freely through your campsite, picnic table and where ever else they care to leave their droppings. Not to mention the diseases they may carry such as avian flu. Hold your breathe on your way to the bathrooms as the horses are located right next to the bathrooms and the potent stench of manure hangs heavy in the air especially on the warm summer nights. At about 11pm on our second night the sky opened up and the inside of our boys tent had gotten wet. My wife was harassed by a man (apparently the owners husband)not even 2 minutes after she had turned on the car lights so the boys could see their way to the car(which, parking for the site was over 50 feet away from the site and not on the site as advertised) He came up to the car and scared my wife when he started screaming at and threatening her before she even knew who he was. He didn't even ask what the situation was or if everyone was ok. Then he sent his wife out to harass us. I will never go back to this campsite and wouldn't ever recommend this campsite to anyone. The only plus was the beautiful river and covered bridge which was overshadowed by our horrific experience. Send your farm animals here for vacation, not you friends and family.
5 out of 5
Secluded but comfortableJuly 19, 2009 By gggggandg
The campground is run by a very friendly, very helpful family, who also raise chickens and horses. There are several areas. The RVs have a separate area, which looks like a little neighborhood. A few tent sites front a small lake, and these are pretty and easily accessible, although a little too close together. Other tent sites are deeper in the woods, and these are so large and wooded that you feel almost as though you were in the wilderness. For these sites, you park your car a short walk away from the sites. Despite the solitude and quiet, you're just a short walk from an outhouse and from an outdoor sink for washing dishes, and only a little bit more of a walk from clean, comfortable bathrooms and showers. It's the best of both worlds.