We stayed in loop 800 of Letchworth State Park (site 822) September 4th through the 8th. We lucked out on the weather. It was unseasonably hot and dry so no rain but lots of dust. Letchworth has 8 camping loops. About half of them are dog loops and the others prohibit dogs. 800 was one of the no dog loops. It's a beautiful park, well maintained with a great gorge and the Genessee river flowing through it with several waterfalls. Unfortunately the river was pretty low flow due to the dry conditions while we were there. Be aware if you visit the park for a day trip there are no garbage cans! It's a "carry in, carry out" park. Now the campgrounds do have dumpsters for campers or else I think no one would camp there. There was a camp store with a small laundry facility and a recreation hall with playground and field for sports. This is the furthest we've ever camped from home (Florida). We usually camp in Florida, Georgia and North Carolina. There were some differences we noticed. The campground doesn't seem to have any campground hosts and there weren't any rangers or any other park personnel who seem to ever check on the campground. Not sure who we would contact if we had a problem.... Most of the campsites have very little privacy. Very few have any "green space" between the sites. We had no real privacy from the sites on either side of ours. We took a ride through the other loops and found maybe 3 to 5 sites per loop that had any decent privacy from adjacent sites. If any one is interested, private message me and I'll send you my list of sites that look better than average. Bathrooms were reasonable clean and had hot showers. Around dusk lots of deer come out. My kids love to go "deer spotting". There are restaurants and a small grocery in Mount Morris on the north end of the park. A bit further north in Geneseo you can find Wegman's and a Walmart Supercenter.