Frost Ridge Campground

Address: 8101 Conlon Road, Le Roy, New York, 14482, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 8101 Conlon Road, Le Roy, is near Genesee Country Village & Museum, Jell-O Gallery Museum, and LeRoy House.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Frost Ridge Campground Le Roy

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Travel Blogs from Le Roy

Twas the Night Before the Airport...

A travel blog entry by ktkadventures on Jun 03, 2015

... paperwork and at that time, I couldn't even begin to picture my dining room table full of things going in my suitcase. And now I'm running over my checklists, double and triple checking I have everything to get through a whole month!

Thanks for following along with me!

"Adventure is out there!" -Ellie ("Up")


The Planning Process

A travel blog entry by megbobtravels on Jun 02, 2015

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When we were growing up and went on family vacations, my mom was notorious for having brochures spilling out the sides of manila folders and typed up itineraries for every day. Every time she pulled out that folder at dinner, my sister, dad, and I groaned in unison. We knew the next hour would be brochure after brochure of options for the next day.

Flash forward 15 to 20 years, and I am my mother. Instead of a manila folder, I have a saved document ...

My time at Shelly and Howie's wonderful horse farm

A travel blog entry by miriamdemedwe on Jul 05, 2012

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... were filled with rides through beautiful countryside on Ginny, a lovely 5 year old mare, fishing with Howie (I caught my first fish!!) and car racing. I honestly can't tell you how much I love those two. Shelly is one of those women that are like real-life superwomen. She does 5000 things a day, usually for everyone but herself, and she does it all with a smile on her face. She's generous to the point where I wonder if its possible to give much more. Something that I think Howie ...


A travel blog entry by erinnire on Dec 09, 2010

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... made of hay and dirty rags ontop. I eat bread and cheese everyday, a real luxury, obviously from the Black Market. I hunt for rabbits and pick fruit and greens but sell most of it to the people at the Black Market, usually $2 for a handful of greens and $3 for a piece of whole fruit and finally $10 for a piece of meat. I make about $20 a day, a very fair price. Anyways, my house is just a place for me to eat and sleep; nothing else. Well I hope that you come to ...

Austin or Bust - First Leg

A travel blog entry by elk_oil on Nov 01, 2010

... but it will be bearable so long as we leave early enough and minimize our stops along the way.

And now, over to Kathy...

My turn. Yes, I relaxed most of the day but the time leading up to today has been anything but relaxing. Making sure all the pets remaining at home were well provided for was a big part of my drive. Add the fact that I have to work the day after we return to the ...