Reviews for Camp Chautauqua

| Overpriced

By user-5302820... on 2017-10-23.

Nice large sites. Nice docks in lake. The facilities are starting to get run down and are a bit dirty. Considering this I think the price tag was too high.

| Great park! One of our favorites.

By user-5395948... on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2015-06-19 to 2015-06-22

We have been camping here for almost thirty years. Very well kept & great spots. Lake view is one of the best on the lake. This is always a great spot for a relaxing weekend. Owners work very hard to make it the best.

| Run Down, Neglected

By user-5802609... on 2018-07-06. Stayed 2018-05-19 to 2018-05-20

Long entrance, very narrow windy roads, mostly people living there. We had a pull thru could barely stay on gravel. We have 35’ RV w/tow. Had sewer, water, & 50 amp. Seemed unkept & rundown. Will not return.

| One of our favorites so far

By user-unknown on 2019-08-09. Stayed 2019-06-21 to 2019-06-23

Having read the other reviews on this site we were a little hesitant, but their service persons discount weekend convinced us to give this place a shot. Boy were we happy we did. As others have said, some of their infrastructure is getting a little dated, but it's really not that bad, and it was all clean as a whistle when we were there. There is always something going on to participate in, but if you are not into all that, this campground is huge and you can avoid it. The ridiculously loud Kareoke night was not even audible in our site. The seasonal sites here are amazing and if that is your slice of pie, I strongly recommend this place. Boat slips are available for seasonal rental which makes this place one of the most affordable summer lake sites in New York. Dock facilities are nice, personal access to the lake is a little dicey as they very much cater to motor craft. Their pool which is right on the lake, was clean and well maintained. We liked this place very much. Definitely coming back even this season at full price. Note that I86 which is how you get here from any direction, has LOTS of long grades. Budget a little extra gas money. - Chris and Chrissy

| Not for big rigs!

By user-unknown on 2019-08-09.

We stayed in an executive site. It was a back in and it was supposed to be big enough for our 45 foot motorhome. It was barely long enough but the worst part was trying to get into it ...there was not enough maneuvering room and we had to drive all over the grassy lawn next to us. And then getting out on the long Winding road was ridiculous. The trees needed to be trimmed on either side of the road and we scratched the sides of ourmotorhome making sharp turns to get out. One other negative was the fact that they advertise pickle ball. There was a tennis court in the housing development next to this camp but I wouldn t play tennis on itlet