Limited Services Week

It’s always a sad time when we reach the end of August. You can see how there seems to be less people around, especially children. As everyone is prepping for kids to return to school and also return to college, it’s a tell-tale sign that the season is coming to an end. Every year we have a ‘limited services’ week. This always falls during the week leading up to Labor Day weekend. What does this mean for our guests? To begin with, we offer discounted pricing. Some of our amenities such as paddle boats and the trollies, while still operating, have limited hours. We do not offer any morning programs or live nightly entertainment. However we still have two nightly movies, all our recreational courts, pools, arcades, and the camper café. It’s a great time to experience summer like weather, with fewer crowds at a lesser cost.

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PARK IS NOW CLOSED FOR THE CAMPING SEASON AND WILL REOPEN FRIDAY, MAY 14th, 2021.  Our office remains open Monday - Friday from 9 am - 4 pm (except during holiday weeks) for the entire winter season and staff is available to assist guests with vacation planning.  Online reservations may also be made 24/7 all year long.  We will continue to track developments with Covid-19 and its potential impacts on our 2021 season.  Currently, we have planned operations to be normal in 2021 and will adjust accordingly based on government guidance in the spring of 2021.  Check our website often for updates as we will post them as new information becomes available.

We have kept our Covid-19 FAQs  page live for the fall and winter seasons as a reference for guests planning a 2021 visit.  This page represents the guidance we were following during the 2020 season.  Please note that this is currently only an example of the required guidance that COULD BE in place for portions of the 2021 season as well.

We remind guests planning to visit us next season that they may be required to PLEDGE their support and adherence to the safety protocols required by New York State and the CDC.  Anyone who chooses not to follow these guidelines, should they be in pace for 2021, is asked to postpone their visit until a time when these guidelines are lifted.

Stay safe and healthy until we can be together again.

Stay positive, test negative.