In the path of the April 8, 2024 total solar eclipse.
Letchworth Valley Campground & Resort is a newly acquired 147 Acre property with a 26 acre lake located 10 minutes from Letchworth Park. Wiscoy Creek famous for trout fishing also runs through a portion of the property. There's canoeing, hiking, fishing, & swimming in an all natural setting. We have 25 primitive tent sites, 16 RV sites that have water and electric, 4 hotel rooms, 5 premium cabins and 5 rustic cabins. Wildlife including a pair of bald eagles, geese, herons, turtles, and birds of all kinds live on the property. All sites have a fire ring with grill and a picnic table. We are pet friendly up to 3 pets.
Open May 15th - October 30th
Closed October 31st - May 14th
Bliss, Wyoming, New York, United StatesTraditional, ancestral territory of Ho-de-no-sau-nee-ga (Haudenosaunee) and Onöndowa’ga:’ (Seneca) First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by William P.Joined in September 2022
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18 ratings · 10 reviews
September 14, 2023
Site 18 Tent - Lakeside
Beautiful land with a great trail. Highly recommend staying here. Especially at site 26!
Front office staff is awesome!
July 30, 2023
Site 26 Tent - Lakeside
We had a great time this past weekend at Letchworth Valley. We had three families spread between two sites. We really enjoyed relaxing in a peaceful setting without the big crowds. Our site had a beautiful view of the lake. There’s a nice loop to walk through the woods, unfortunately it rained most of Saturday so we couldn’t do as much exploring as we would have liked. We saw the resident pair of Bald Eagles named Feathers and Fiona flying across the water. We also saw some Heron. There was a group of Canadian Geese and they left a lot of “evidence” along the shore and on the dock. The kids had a good time fishing and catching toads. Even the adults loved the awesome water slide (which is basically a downhill slip and slide and it is FAST!)
The bathrooms/ showers were very clean and the staff was extremely helpful and friendly. They would stop by to see if we needed anything, and it was cool chatting with them.
The only thing I could suggest as an improvement would be putting some big fountains in the swimming areas of the lake to help move the water. It was very still so there was a lot of algae, which made it impossible for swimming. I think putting one in by the beach area would make the water much cleaner. A floating dock to swim out to would be great.
My family is definitely interested in another visit soon!
July 23, 2023
Site 206 Boondock
Really nice, friendly management. Was quiet and nice.
July 19, 2023
Site 24 Tent - Lake Adjacent
Very clean around entire park and fresh drinking water
July 9, 2023
Site 26 Tent - Lakeside
Sweet lakeside spot at site 26
This was an awesome spot right next to the lake. Perfect for our pop up camper. Would highly recommend.
July 3, 2023
Site 201 Boondock
We stayed at a boondocking site for three days in our camper van. Overall, there was great communication from the host who answered all of my questions before the trip, a clean bathhouse with showers and bathrooms, and vast property to explore. However, I wouldn’t recommend the boondocking site as it is in an open field without shade. The area smells of manure from the nearby farm (most of the other tent and RV sites are further away so they don’t have this issue as we noticed). It would have been great to have an option for a boondocking site located with better scenery and some shade like many of the other sites. We didn’t need an RV site with hookups as we are fully off grid so this was the best option without paying for an upgrade we didn’t need. If you are in the same situation, I would recommend just paying for the RV site for a better view/shade. Lastly, the swimming area needs some improvement. The campground has potential for the future! Note: If you are visiting Letchworth, this campsite is about a 15 minute drive from the park…not to be confused with the actual state park campground.