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Darien Lakes State Park is close to as far west as you’ll get from New York City and still be in New York. When you book an RV in Genesee County, you’ll be able to see this gorgeous park and more in the surrounding area. Darien Lakes State Park is near Buffalo and Niagara Falls, both of which are near the shore of Lake Erie and not far from Lake Ontario. The park covers almost 2,000 acres in total and is open all year long.

There is an onsite lake at Darien Lakes State Park, called Harlow Lake, which is popular with anglers and watersport lovers in the area. Additionally, while exploring the state park RV campgrounds, you’ll be able to enjoy both natural and human-made attractions like disc golf courses and hiking trails. RV camping at Darien Lakes State Park is a fabulous way to experience the western side of New York.

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Getting Outdoors

No matter what time of the year you rent a camper near Darien Lakes State Park, you’ll be able to find something exciting to do. The summertime at this state park provides the opportunity for water-based activities, hiking, picnics, hunting, disc golf, and more, while the wintertime has its own set of activities. Be sure to bring your hiking shoes while motorhome camping here so that you’ll be able to fully enjoy the disc golf course and hiking trails that are interwoven into the rolling landscape.

Anglers who want to visit Lake Harlow will need an updated fishing license, which can be bought or updated at most bait and tackle shops or anywhere else where they sell fishing gear. Many gas stations also sell fishing licenses, so when you want to snag one at the last minute, you’ll have a few different options. The most common types of fish in Lake Harlow are largemouth bass and yellow perch, and each has a catch limit to preserve species population numbers.

During the wintertime, Darien Lakes State Park is often covered in snow, especially after a lake-effect fueled winter storm. When the park is covered in snow, it makes for a fantastic landscape for cross-country skiing, as the many hiking trails and gently rolling hills are ideal for this relaxing winter sport. Snowmobiling is also permitted on state park grounds in designated areas, just be sure to watch out for pedestrians while traveling through the forests.

Camping at Darien Lakes State Park

State park RV camping is easy to enjoy at Darien Lakes State Park, as there are over 140 campsites for campers to choose from. Many of these sites are reservable ahead of time, so feel free to call ahead or book online when you know the dates of your planned trip. Many full hookup sites include water, electricity, and sewage, and these campsites also have longer RV maximums than the rustic sites.

Pets are allowed in the state park and the campground so long as they are kept on a leash at all times, and you’ll have to provide proof of up-to-date rabies certification for everyone’s safety. Nearby to this campground is the Cherry Hill Campground, which is just a few miles northeast. The Cherry Hill Campground has 50 full hookup sites with a maximum RV length of 40 feet and also has 50 primitive sites with no hookups that RVs can use.

Exploring the Area

Very near to Darien Lakes State Park is Six Flags Darien Lake, which is just to the northeast of the state park border. This destination is a fun way to spend the day with the family. There are roller coasters, a water park, family-themed rides, kid-specific rides, and entertainment centers. Guests can also find food and beverages in this Six Flags, and camping at Darien Lakes State Park is a thrifty way to cut down on lodging costs while visiting this theme park.

To the west of Darien Lakes State Park is the city of Buffalo, one of the largest cities in this part of New York. Buffalo is home to many diverse restaurants, including Italian, Mexican, Thai, Japanese, Peruvian, American, Chinese, and more. There are also many exciting theaters, museums, and entertainment options to keep the whole family occupied. The Steel Plant Museum is a great place to visit to learn about Buffalo’s industrial history, and the Buffalo Museum of Science is a fun destination to learn about the region’s natural history through the museum’s 700,000 specimen collection.

Visiting Niagara Falls is easy to do with an RV rental while in the area, and this major tourist destination is stunning to see during any time of the year. Other popular attractions in the area include the town of East Aurora, which is home to award-winning restaurants that serve buffalo wings and a beef on weck sandwich, a regional specialty. There are many spots in East Aurora to eat, the majority of which are located on the main street in town, all of which are an easy drive from Darien Lakes State Park.

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