http://nysparks.com/parks/172/details.aspx 70 sites with electric hook-up (30 amp) No water/sewer hookups; believe there was one water spigot/dishwashing station outside the bath house. Pets seemed to be allowed everywhere except for sandy beach area. Stayed here in August of 2015 Site Details: Rolling Hills Loop, site #101. Site was very shaded, and probably the most secluded of anywhere else in the loop, since we were on the end. However, we were surrounded by nothing but poison ivy on 3 sides. It was crazy. Im shocked we didnt all get it; we were just very careful not to venture out of the cleared area. The playground was in clear view of our site, which was great for our 5-yr-old. As far as campgrounds go, this is is probably my least favorite of everywhere Ive stayed. Im used to the more secluded, wooded sites in MD state parks, but this was essentially a ring of tightly-packed sites with virtually no separation, with a large field in the middle. Ours was one of the only sites with any kind of shade. It was PACKED, and very noisy. Facilities/Overall Park: Bath house was centrally located, in the middle of the field. Relatively clean, but not nearly enough to accommodate all campers in the loop. Only two shower stalls, and there was always a line. Campground aside, the park itself was very nice. The lakes were gorgeous, and there were really nice, wide, paved walking trails around them. There was also a sandy beach area for swimming. We were there for a family reunion, so spent most of the time at the picnic shelter, with the exception of a brief walk around the lake. Wish we could have explored the park more. Surrounding Area/Attractions: Only place we explored nearby was Cazenovia, which is an adorable little town. Lots of cute shops, nice lake, great farmers market. We also stopped for a photo op at Chittenango Falls on the way home. The waterfall was beautiful, but we admired it from the side of the road (did not hike down). Overall, this is a pretty park, but I wouldnt camp there again. Note: we camped here in a tent (before we purchased our PUP), but saw many campers there, and they were packed in tight.