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Forest Lake Campground

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Johnson City, New York
Reviewed 27 September 2016 via mobile

Such a terrific place to camp! We were new seasonals this year and have already committed to next year. It is so quiet and peaceful. The sites are very large, no squishing campers in here! Everyone is very friendly, and you can just feel life slow down as soon as you turn in the driveway. Daily rates include elec and...

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Rome, New York
Reviewed 2 August 2016

This place has a long history. It has gotten a bit run down. A work in progress with great expectations. It is the people here that will bring us back. The owners are very warm, kind people, always willing to help with anything. The "seasonal campers" for once, are very nice and welcoming. We've met quite a few nice people...

1Thank Stu N
Weeki Wachee, Florida
Reviewed 11 August 2015

Don't believe the service we have received could be any better. At first we felt the location was really out there. Turns out it is only 13 miles from exit 14 on I-81, mile marker 66 at Tully or 15 miles to Cortland. Owned and operated by a very nice family. An extremely quiet campground. Great country living.

3Thank Bill D
Cortland, New York
Reviewed 19 April 2013

There are quite a few campgrounds in Central NY, but my husband and I choose to camp at Forest Lake because it is QUIET. There is a lot of natural wildlife, and not a lot of loudspeakers and screaming children running around crazy. The campground owners enforce the rules, which we like, since we go there to relax. The facilities...

3Thank T_P_M_NY
marietta, ny
Reviewed 18 October 2010

camping with a family or just want some quiet you time, you can bring your own tent or rv and enjoy county camping although there is no swimming there is excellent fishing or just paddling around the camp pond, there is a small store on site and within a few miles a great family market and amish store. playground for...

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Address: 6019 Dog Hollow Rd, Truxton, NY 13158-4146
Region: United States > New York > Finger Lakes > Truxton
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“There are sites available down by the (man-made, small) lake, and sites that are further up the hillside, but most are good sites, and not far from facilities.”
T_P_M_NY, 19 Apr 2013 | Read review
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