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Four Mile Creek Campground

1055 Lake Rd, Youngstown, NY 14174-1126
Apr 9 Apr 10
1 room, 2 adults, 0 children
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    All reviews fort niagara camp store toronto skyline great campground minute drive nice playground for the kids state campground kids activities washers and dryers bunk beds an update goat island hot water electric sites stayed two nights easy access lewiston electricity falls yurts
    Reviewed 2 August 2016

    We stayed two nights when visiting Niagara Falls. Overall it was a good experience. The staff is friendly and the view of Lake Ontario can be impressive. Showers were fine for camping - no door, only a curtain, but they were free and hot water...More

    Reviewed 31 July 2016 via mobile

    This was our first camping trip to the US. In Europe we usually visit smaller and simpler camping grounds. In that regard, this site is much the same. However, I found the buildings housing the showers and toilets in need of an update. The showers...More

    Reviewed 23 July 2016

    my wife and I recently returned from our yearly trip to this wonderful park. We always book the 200 section as we are in our 50's and this section is a nice and quiet. There are some beautiful waterfront sites but we prefer the loop...More

    Reviewed 16 July 2016 via mobile

    We stayed two nights while visiting Niagara Falls. Easy checkin, clean bathrooms and very nice playground. We stayed at lot #9, we had electricity and some shady. It was an easy walk to both the bathrooms and playground. Be sure to watch the sunset over...More

    Reviewed 13 July 2016 via mobile

    We stayed at Four mile creek for a night while visiting Niagara Falls (last stop of trip). We checked in late afternoon and then was able to return back to Niagara to see the Falls, do the Cave of the Winds, walk to Canada and...More

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    Traveller (61)
    Pool & Beach (5)
    Room & Suite (3)
    Family and Play Areas (2)
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    Questions & AnswersAsk a question
    We are thinking of going to this park and we are tenting can you suggest a site or 2 that would be good for tenting and with a bit of privacy - we are not open field campers. Thanks
    6 August 2015|
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    Which areas are wooded versus open field. We would like to be close to the water but not if it is in the open sun.
    4 July 2015|
    Response from jhjhjhjh | Reviewed this property |
    218-230 are the best spots in my opinion. We stayed 226&228. There are trees but it's not a Forrest. Water is right out the back but it is down a steep slope.
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    Are jeans acceptable dress for Saturday evenings?
    19 March 2015|
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    Room Tips
    "non electric sites facing the lake, book areas if you don't need water or electric--private and great..."
    Travelpapi153, 6 months agoRead review
    "303 was huge, close to water, close to trash, close to bathrooms and a short, pleasant walk to the lake. We..."
    Anna H, over a year agoRead review
    "Get a camp site closer to Lake Ontario!"
    Scott M, over a year agoRead review
    "Check the map online and reserve if you can. Good for tents in the 300's loop....and quieter."
    Rose W, over a year agoRead review
    "We chose site 185 which is shaded and more private than the ones in the field."
    oldtimeminuteman, over a year agoRead review
    "sites on the lake are lovely but are premium one - worth the extra money if that is one's wish"
    Barb T, over a year agoRead review
    "pick a site near the water or site 137 for more privacy and more room."
    aurunner611, over a year agoRead review
    "The best sites are the non-electric ones."
    Jennifer H, over a year agoRead review
    "all the campsites are excellent. flat ground throughout. no rocks. And, large campsites."
    family_of_five-nh, over a year agoRead review
    "Highly recomend lake front sites if you do not mind being close to your neighbrs."
    ColoradoCampers, over a year agoRead review
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