We live in the country and have a designated camping area with a 30 amp box that will accommodate our guests. We ask that all of our guests pull up into the driveway, and then back into this spot and park their vehicle in front of their camper. If you are traveling with others, and you have smaller equipment, we can accommodate more than two trailers. Please feel free to contact us regarding this, and any other questions you might have. We look forward to your visit!! :)
* No drinking parties
* Clean up after yourself and your pet
* Just respect us, our home, and our neighbors
We are about 10-15 minutes off of I-86, and about 20 minutes off of I-90. We live in the country, so some hills before you get to this destination. If there are two families coming, one of you will come up the driveway, and then back up next to the telephone pole. There is a 30 amp box there. The other rig would come up the driveway, and then back up to the barn. You'll see a 15 amp box there. If you have smaller equipment, and there are more than two families, please don't be afraid to contact us, and we'll most likely have room for you.
Note: We have plenty of room to turn around in our very large driveway (parking) area. By backing in (which there is plenty of room to do that also), our guests will not have to drive on our front lawn part when it is time to leave (and we really appreciate that!!). Thanks!! :)
Once your camper is backed in to the designated area, you can park your vehicle in front of your camper.
If you have a toy hauler and would like to unload your "toy," we ask that you pull all the way up the driveway, unload it, and then back into your camping spot. (Thank You!!) :)
We're pretty much available all the time.
We are located between Jamestown and Fredonia, New York, and about 10 minutes away from Chautauqua Lake in Bemus Point, New York. We are also about 25 minutes away from Lake Erie, and approximately one hour and 45 minutes away from Niagara Falls. We are about 20 minutes away from an Amish community, and 20 minutes from Jamestown where the Lucille Ball Museum is. Our county is well-known for its wine tasting tours, also. About a half an hour away, you might be able to see a race at Lake Erie Speedway in Northeast, PA., if you hit the right day.
Our stay was truncated to one night only so we could continue to scout the local area but the one night was perfect! The area is lush and green and peaceful. Generous use of their wifi and 30amp electric was provided. And as all previous reviewers have commented, Love2Camp's warmth and hospitality are genuine and welcoming. We definitely hope we will meet again - perhaps make use of BW as guests themselves in Hudson, OH!
Grateful, J&K <3
Beautiful grassy areas, quiet neighborhood and a level spot with 30 amp hook up. And to top it off, the owners were very gracious and nice. What a great place to stay, would highly recommend it!
This spot is one of the best we have stayed at with BW. It was spacious and quiet, with some pretty cool things to do within driving distance. Our hosts could not have been kinder. We had some truck trouble and they were so helpful, in spite of not being there at the time, which really helped lessen our stress. We were glad to be able to catch them before we left. Really friendly people with great recommendations for things to do.
Didn’t get to meet hosts in person. But had a great stay. Lots to do close by.
K&L are great hosts. Very friendly and provided us with a folder of local information and flyers. Nice quiet secluded location.
We stayed a few days to be close to the Amish community for tourist activities and we are lucky enough to make new friends in the Love2Camp family!
The location is easy to get to, the property has a huge grass field that is more than large enough to turn our 30ft TT around. The family was very generous in their advice for the local area and allowing us to use their electricity.
We were blessed to find this home to boondock and I am sure we will cross paths again :)