|Address:||8101 Conlon Rd, Le Roy, NY 14482, USA|
The campgrounds are very nice. I have been to many concerts and never seen one set up as outrageously bad as this one. I was embarrassed for all the performers. There was a tacky orange snow fence roping off about 80 seats in front of the stage, a quarter of them were filled. There were about 100 people total at the show most of them sitting far away from the stage. The opening act had a Afghanistan war vet on stage that threw a t shirt into the 5th row and no one was there to catch it. I was embarrassed. During the main act we asked a security guard if we could move closer and he was very nice and said yes. After 15 minutes we were asked to move back and treated like we just broke some major law. Why would you have the whole section closest to the stage with no one occuping the seats? The owners are obviously not getting something. And to top it off while waiting in line for autographs the group infront of us told us they listened to the concert at their campsite and just wanted to get an autograph. That is so embarrassing for an artist. This is our second time attending a concert here and probably our last, I wonder why Phil Vassar or any artist would come back again.
The camp area was clean. The shower was adequate. The store had some unique items , like glasses with antler bases. The people were friendly and helpful but I would never go back because of the cats. They have feral cats living under their laundry building. When we were there there were 4 kittens about 8 weeks old. I was told there are more like 14 ... they scavenge out of the dumpster. They are not cared for by anyone. The owners dont want to euthanize them so nothing is done. Apparently some freeze to death over winter or starve. I tried to contact a local animal place but they do not handle feral cats. Supposidly a local farmer might trap a couple for his barn. I found this situation just tragic and upsetting.
I enjoyed my many visits so much from the first time that we camped here that me and my wife decided to buy a park model and live here full time..... and stilll loving it...... theres a lot for the family to do, between crafts for the kids, a playground, swimming, arcade, wagon rides, giant slip and slide..... and of course the bands and music....the owners and workers definitely take the time to make sure youre comfortable.... basically, youre treated like family
Small campground in rural area. Stayed here 4 nights as a base camp to see Niagara and surrounding area. Nice & quite in middle of week. Owners very friendly & helpful with directions and things to do & see. Bathrooms always clean. Grass sites with fire ring and table and good antenna TV reception from Rochester. They have concerts in the campground on most summer weekends so not sure how it is then but we would gladly stay here again during the week.
Nice campground but no rules for campers. A few campers were up until 4am and very loud. The sound system for the band is horrible. The stage faces a hill which use to be a ski slope. The music bounces of the hill causing echos and you cant make out the band vocals. There is only one restroom. The owners have a good idea here but needs more restrooms and need to move the stage to improve the sound. Also havimg quiet hours wouldnt hurt either.
A Private User
This park which is located on the site of an old ski area and apple orchard and a very nice place to camp. The staff is helpful and friendly. Price is average. Our camp site was on the slant to the point where we could not level our motor home. Also they have a problem with low power which they seem to be working on. If the weather is hot, you might not have enough power to run your AC.
Upon arrival the campground was not at all like the website pictures portrayed. We were directed up a grassy hill which they said would be okay because we were not expecting any rain which led us to doubt our entry or exit. One site had rotten apples all over the site and it smelled. Needless to say we decided to forego our $44.00 deposit and left.
funny bunny brother
Had a wonderful time at the ridge! Nice, quiet, clean campground. The kids loved the playground and the fact they could ride their bikes. Staff was friendly and accomidating. Ashton Hollow was amazing as usual but kids got too tired to stay for Josh Thompson. Great place to camp! Keep up the good work Greg and Dave!!!!!
Came for a concert. Paid for VIP seats, which are in full sun. Its 90+ degrees and guess what? You cannot bring in water! You can bring in beer and you can bring in box wine but not water! Un-f%#/-ing believable! Its 90+ degrees and were sitting in full sun. How is that even safe? If I could do negative stars I would.
Geht so. Nur bedingt freundliche crew, amenities solala, Sauberkeit der Sanitär-Anlagen grenzwertig. Für ne Nacht ganz o.k.
They do not allow service dogs in their cabins with restrooms! They want the media on site for all their nonsense with concerts and whatever but would not comment the truth about allowing service dogs when they were asked. They had to lie off camera because they knew they were in the wrong...
We have camped here for a few years now and everytime we come we are treated very well by all of the staff and owners. We are planning on coming this year too!
absolutely amazing experience. little shade if you are tent camping so bring a canopy. people and staff are extremely friendly and accommodating.
I camp at Frost Ridge every weekend and they are the best camp I have been to in my life.
Amazing place. Great cabins and very kid friendly. The goats are amazing
Good place for camping...staff is really friendly u feel like home
I love this Campground. I come every year with the girls.
A Private User
Small but nice campgrounds. Nothing fancy.
Love the venue! Always a good time! :)
Quiet riot....live at the ridge
Great people, great cause!!
Bathrooms a disaster, again
Great place to camp
A very good time.
Nice and peaceful
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