If you’re surfing the net looking for a stellar campground in the Lake Ontario area, the snazzy website for Cherry Cove Campground is sure to impress.
RVers can request a partial or full-service hook-up to electricity (30/50 amp) sewer, water, and wifi for a daily rate of $52. It costs $25 to $30 to pitch a tent, or you might prefer to stay in a fully furnished cabin with a kitchen, heating, microwave, and TV.
Most RV sites are easy pull-through onto a gravel or grassy pad with a picnic table, fire ring and established trees for shade. Cherry Grove Campground attracts families for the season with classic activities like horseshoes, shuffleboard, mini-golf, and volleyball, while the kids get to have a blast on the jumping pillow and their own super cool playground. Events organized by the hosts get the popularity tick, with a '50s and '60s dance, boat regatta, and spooky Halloween happenings!
A decent-sized swimming pool invites the whole family to cool off. End a fun-filled day at a restaurant in the nearby town of Wilcox, where you'll also have access to local stores. A 9-mile drive gets you to Chimney Bluff State Park, where hiking trails feature unique rock formations that evolved in the last ice age.
Pet lovers wanting to bring their dogs to stay at Cherry Grove are in luck, but they must keep their pooch on a leash no longer than six feet and clean up their waste. Vaccination records are to be presented at check-in, and there are some breed restrictions. It’s important to be respectful of other campers and supervise your pups. There are areas of the camp allocated for relaxing doggy walks. Always pack litter bags as not all campgrounds keep a supply. The serene, rural setting is an idyllic, safe retreat for both people and man's best friend.
Spending the summer at Cherry Grove Campground guarantees a memorable, family-friendly time. The hosts pour on the vacation charm with many campers returning every year. June to August and national holidays are their peak times, so book early to secure a site.