This was an odd sort of park. It had a lot of spaces but most were closed by the time we arrived in early October. We got a space that offered electric hookup but while they were on the lake side of the highway, you could not see the lake and you were mere yards off that same highway, Rt 89, so you heard traffic noise and there was no foliage barrier between you and the road. The sites were not well spaced but level. There were two bathhouses - we were not in either so no report on how well they were kept. The cost was reasonable, about $27 a night. Still it was well suited for our visits to Auburn, Seneca Falls, Rochester and Geneva. So, no complaints.