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Sampson State Park, Romulus

(4.2/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
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  • Those in the know, I'm told, jump on the internet ASAP to get the prime camping spots at the state park. A spot next to Seneca Lake is a winner and would be worth and amount of planning. The beach are...  more »
  • I have been camping here for the past 4 years. I plan my trip in early June and I stay Sunday - Friday. The local schools are still in session and the park is VERY quiet mid-week. I am a tent camper a...  more »
  • Beautiful park. Wonderful location. Places to walk dogs and play with dogs. Lakefront is very scenic. This is a great time of year to visit because it is not jammed packed. Quiet at night!  more »
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  • I've been going here ever since I was a child! It's a beautiful camp ground. It's well kept and clean. There are electric sites which the first 5 loops and then the "overflow" which are the non electric sites with NO shade and the bathrooms are a bit of a walk to get too so I suggest staying in the loops. The park staff are friendly and attentive. Also, they don't offer a whole bunch of events like some other places. This is more of a "kick back and relax" camp ground where you sit around and talk and enjoy the company of whoever you're with. I do suggest that you bring bikes or rent them because they have awesome trails from when they were a training base. You can ride for hours and find some really nifty places! Definitely recommend!
  • Overall the park is nice and the lake is nice. **Be wary of the cabins!! Last summer Cabin 6 was infested with carpenter ants and this year (8/19/16) Cabin 1 has roaches! I will never stay in a cabin again! The bathrooms are pretty clean except for spiders but it's camping so it's expected. The lake sucks for fishing (last summer and this summer). I might stay at this park again in a tent.
  • Nice park, the grounds are well kept and the lake is nice. Hiking trail isn't easy to find, we found one by passing the maintenance building, heading north another half mile along the lake.
  • The park was great. Lots of different sites to choose from. Staff were all friendly. Facilities were clean. Sites were well maintained. Mowed and well kept. Beach is nice but is a typical upstate beach. Small sharp rocks. Water shoes necessary. Main entry road from 96A to the traffic circle could use some pavement work. We ONLY stay in State Parks. And for some reason biting insects were non-existent
  • It was very clean with a lot of open spaces. It was the off season when I went, so it was quiet. I could see this place being mobbed during the summer.