The Gould Hotel
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... camping site on the list,
Wayne County Fairgrounds. Hmmm. We thought we had the wrong address as we
traveled through a beautiful historical residential neighborhood. Then right
there we saw the open gate of the Wayne County Fairgrounds. There wasn’t a soul
around so we called a numbers listed with no response. While the place was
quaint it also had a creepy horror movie kind of aura about it as well. We
poked around in the abandoned fairgrounds. ...
... with the fall our backdrop. We headed off to make camp just couple mile down the road. Very enlighten experience making base camp, we teamed up to put up the tents of which would become our home for the next 26 days. Camp was set up within an hour, so as a group we headed off for walk back to the water fall this time heading for the bottom. One word to describe it as beautiful. Dinner cooked by tour leader Emily was ...
... a fan of the customer service at the outdoor store. I know I have high standards coming from Summit Hut, but I really just expect to get greeted and not treated like an inconvenience when I'm trying to pay. We took a railroad dirt trail to get back to the canal and continued onward. We stayed at a private campground on Lake Ontario. It was a really pretty marina with tons of boats and we were set up on ...
Drove 97 miles today in late afternoon.
We made it to Lake Ontario, just as the rain began to fall. Found this little RV park near the shoreline off the beaten path south of Oswego, NY. As dusk quickly set in and the rain increased we pulled into campsite, unhooked, set down the leverelers, out came the slides and ...
We stopped by here just north of Ithaca, NY, on the shores of the largest of the Finger Lakes, Cayuga Lake to hike the trail to the falls. About 1.5 mile round trip and worth it. It was mid afternoon and the clouds were growing so we wanted to make some headway on the road up to Lake Ontario so we didn't dally.
Despite our not being hooked up, I was able to convince the attendent at park entrance to only charge us for one vehicle. ...