We had a great 3 day camping trip at the onondaga cave state park with our travel trailer. My husband and I have two young children, ages 2 and 6 that we’re with us. Our camp site was very nice with water and electric hook up. The site was level and clean and had a nice new wooden picnic table. There is a small playground available for children with both baby and kid swings and a nice jungle gym for them to climb and slide on. We enjoyed the nice paved roads for bike riding also. Be sure to go to the lower basic camp sites and walk through the cut through, to see the river. We enjoyed skipping rocks and taking pics with the rock Bluff in the back ground. We also took a short hike (led by our 6year old!) that went up the hillside along the river which had some great views of the river flowing below. You can opt to walk further around the path and make it a much longer hike but we went toward the top as far as we wanted to go and then turned and went back down. The park staff were very nice also and we met some really nice travelers during our stay. Onondaga cave was the cave we chose to tour this trip, it was great! We arrived early Saturday morning and signed up for the 9:30am tour. We were the only ones on that tour. It was so neat to have a private tour. Our guide was very informative and very kind and down to earth. As we were leaving out of the cave, the next tour had 42 people in it. It pays to be early. We also saw amazing structures within the cave and one bay as we left out. Some of the inclines are wet/slippery so be sure to wear good footwear and a light jacket. It was interesting to learn of those that owned the cave and how they altered it to meet their “needs” as well. If you get a chance, don’t miss out on this one. It is much more reasonably priced than other cave tours I’ve experienced.