Now that we have Spot road and camp-worthy, we intend to hit some state campgrounds on weekends we can afford to take off. This weekend it was Gilbert Lake State Campground just north of Oneonta, NY.
The "lake" is more liker a small pond, no motor boats, and you have to pay per day to put your non-motorized craft on the water. The beach is nice, but small. There is a nice pavilion there that can be rented that we saw a wedding party using yesterday. The wedding was on a deck overlooking the lake, with the reception in the adjacent good sized enclosed building (the pavilion). We hiked some fairly steep trails as well.
Our impression was that this park was old and not well cared for, considering other NYS parks we've been at. We probably won't go back. So far, Keuka Lake State Park is our favorite!
Tiny travel trailer - 1979 Sunline Sunspot. Tow vehicles: 2008 Subaru AWD Outback, 2009 GMC 4WD Canyon. For fun: 1923 T bucket hot rod, 1962 Power Cat tunnel hull speed boat. 1974 Dodge Dart waiting for renovation.