We just returned from a 6 day trip to Niagara Falls from Maryland. We arrived on Saturday and left on Thursday, took us about 8 hours to drive up from Baltimore. Had an excellent time. We camped at 4 Mile Creek NY State Park. The new Shamrock 23WS towed well all the way up Rt 15 along the Susquehanna River into Corning and then up I390 to Rt 63 and then a bunch of back country two lane roads from there all the way into the campground. The "little" hills we encountered really had the Durango sucking the gas though. 4 Mile Creek State Park is an easy 14 miles north of Niagara Falls and is on the shores of Lake Ontario. And the price was much better than the private campgrounds closer to the falls. IIRC we paid about 31/night. The only hookup the campground has are electric, there are no water or sewer hookups, but there is water available to fill your fresh water tank. All sites are backins and fairly wide. There is a camp store. There are some sites that are considered water front and you pay a couple of bucks more per night to get one of those but they offer a view of the lake and the sunset over the lake are awesome. We were in the first loop which was fairly flat and grassy. The other loops felt more secluded. Check-in was quick as we had done the pre-check in on-line a couple of days prior to our arrival. Quirky thing - you have to sign a statement that you will back in to your site. I asked if this was a problem and the gal at the counter said yes it was.. Just the other day they had someone try to cut through the sites to pull through into their site and took his air conditioner off with a tree limb. There are no camping pads, your site is completely grass. makes it nice on your feet. The bath house was decent and clean, and looks recently updated, the shower tiles looked fresh and there was no mold in the grout. The water temperature was an issue when in the shower and somebody flushes the toilet. The showers were small but adequate. There is no swimming at the campground, but there is a pool at Fort Niagara State Park only 3 miles to the west and a beach at Wilson Tuscarora State park to the east. Our camping pass lets us into the other state parks for free (but NOT Niagara State Park - that is 10 dollars per day to park there). Did not check on the fee for the pool. There is now a shuttle that runs from Fort Niagara to Niagara Falls. It does not go into the park, but does have a stop at the Discovery Center and at the Official Visitors Center downtown that is only a block from the park. This is the first year for this shuttle, and this year it is free. We would park at Fort Niagara and take the shuttle. It runs from 9 am to 7 pm. We did get the Discovery Pass the included the Discovery Center with movie, the Aquarium, the Cave of the Winds and the Maid of the Mist and the movie at the visitor center. It also includes one free day for the trolley the tootles around the state park. We also toured Fort Niagara and the Power plant. Both were very good, the power plant has alot of interactive stuff and is free. Well worth the two hours it takes. Of course the falls were great. The Aquarium was so-so, it is small and there were several exhibits that were empty (not sure if they were under construction or just empty) and does appear to be struggling a bit. Does not take alot of time to go through the Aquarium. Trip home was uneventful, took a bit longer due to rush hour in Harrisburg and Baltimore. Overall, a great trip. Nice campground, would go back.