Saturday, March 14, 2015


The top of the campground has an addition building since I was there.  It is a second laundry and rest room building.  I love some of the signs they have around there. Next three pictures are of the pond and cabins.  They have paddleboats that you can peddle on the pond. You can also fish in the pond.  Two more of their signs on the game room building. The duck is one of the figures on the minature golf course.  Next picture shows something you rarely see anymore - a pay coin telephone.  Last  tells of paddleboats and the name of the pond Critter Pond.

That is a safe place to stay at.  It is a man and woman that own it.  One of them tours around the park several time a day and evening to make sure everything and everyone is fine.  They don't allow wild parties, drugs, etc.  I wish I had an RV again.


Tom said...

Neat frog and turtle crossing sign! Tom The Backroads Traveller

New York State Of Mind said...

Good Morning Tom,
I thought so, too.


Angela Tucker said...

Love the name of the pond! I have a dream for my retirement...a tiny little trailer, traveling across the country. I drool every time someone drives by hauling one of those little Airstreams. There is so much to see...I am a year away from retirement. Maybe!

New York State Of Mind said...

Good Morning Angela,
When the time comes, do it. I would like to go down Route 66. Was there when I was a kid with my parents. There is so much to see in this country.


Willow's Quiet Corner said...

My parents were full-timers for many years and also managed campgrounds in their travels. For a time they managed KOAs and at one time were in Canandaigua, but I don't recall if the campground they managed there was a KOA or not, I think it may have been! Perhaps your paths crossed! :)

I would love to have one of those new little converted camper vans to get out and see this country. The big motor homes are very, very nice, luxury camping, for sure, but the price tags are too hefty for me and I don't really want to be driving one of those big gas-guzzling monsters.

I like the idea of driving something a bit more manageable that can go (fit into) more places. Don't know if it will ever happen, but I sure hope so!

New York State Of Mind said...

Hi Willow's Quiet Corner,
You parents must have been at the KOA I have on - it's the only one in Canandaigua. it seems our paths did cross. It's a small world.

I like the camper vans, too. I have seen a few of them at shows. They are really nice. Have everything in them the big ones do. I wouldn't like a big one.

Hope that you make it happen for you.