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About Us

Campground Adventures, your premier glamping and camping destination in Western New York! Located on the banks of Ischua Creek, situated within Enchanted Mountains, nestled between Allegany State Park and Letchworth State Park

Our accommodations redefine camping. We offer the cozy bell tent, celestial stargazer, pop-up campers, and themed vintage campers to the tailgating skoolie, each furnished with a personal touch. You will be surrounded by eclectic decor and all the comforts of home – electricity, running water, and bed linens. For those seeking a conventional camping experience, the RV and tent sites are equipped with 20/30-amp electrical service, and water hookups.

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Kayaking

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Push off at three different locations and kayak down the Ischua Creek to end up back at our campground. We have Kayaks for rent if you don't want to bring your own for $15 each for 3 hours (life jacket and paddle are included). We kindly request that you sign a waiver before setting off. For added convenience, we offer the option to transport you and the kayak upstream, allowing you to explore both short or long distances from our campground (please let us know ahead of time if you will need transport upstream).

Hiking

Although less than a mile, come check out the Wind Chime Memory Hiking Trail. Listen to the wind chimes as you walk or bring a wind chime and hang it on a tree in memory of your loved one. Relax on one of our benches and listen to the birds. Some of the birds you will find on our property.

Bald Eagle, Crane, Canada Goose, Blue Jay, Red-eyed Vireo, Song Sparrow, Wood Thrush, Red-winged Blackbird, American Robin, Yellow Warbel, Grey Catbird, Northern Cardinal, Rose-breasted Grosbeak, Hummingbird and many others.

Download the free App Merlin Bird Id to identify the sounds of the birds in the area.

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Relax around the Campground

Sometimes you just want to relax. Here are some ideas: 
 

  • Read a book (or a whole pile of books!)

  • Listen to a podcast or audiobook

  • Sunbathe (don’t forget your sunscreen)

  • Stargaze

  • Watch the sunrise or sunset

  • Play horseshoe or cornhole (Just ask for the horseshoe or bags)

  • Play board games, card games, or campfire games

  • Watch the wildlife or bird watch

  • Do something artistic, like draw, paint, or write.

  • Practice your photography skills

  • Get moving! Hike, do yoga, stretch, walk, or do whatever feels right to you

  • Meditate

  • Listen to music

  • Make your own music. Bring along a few instruments (or just use your voice!), and play songs around the fire.

  • Take naps

  • Watch the clouds

  • Bring a floatie and just float down the creek!

  • Connect with those around you. Playing games and simply having conversations can be healing for the soul

  • Write in a journal

  • Get in touch with your inner child. Climb trees, play games, catch bugs, do whatever sparks your interest!

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Animals You Might See at Our Campground

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Bath House

Even though we are staying in the outdoors, it's nice having a clean bathroom and hot showers.

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Dog Park

Huge fenced area for your furry friends to run free. If you have dog(s) that are not friendly, the dog park is available to rent for private use ($10 an hour). Water, poop bags, and some toys are available for your pets.

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Fishing

Ischua Creek is a top-rated stream for fishing wild and stocked brown Trout in the Western part of New York. Some other fish you can catch are Carp, Northern Pike and Large Mouth Bass.

We also have fishing poles for rent $5 per day

(fishing license required to fish in the creek) Link provided on our website CampgroundAdventures.com or

https://www.takemefishing.org/get-a-fishing-license/

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