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Warsaw campers of all ages will find the rolling hills of Wyoming County a welcome respite from the bustle of city life in Buffalo, an hour's drive from town. Nestled in the heart of Western New York, Dream Lake Campground offers a variety of sites that suit a range of motorhome camping needs. Choose a spot under the sun, seek a bit of privacy in the woods, or wake up by the side of a lake in full hookup or water/electric sites offering 20/30/50 amp service. Roll in with a big rig, and you will find just the spot for you. The campground welcomes travel trailers and rental RVs of up to 100 feet in length.
Camping at Dream Lake Campground can be a comfortable experience with a range of amenities such as restrooms and bathhouses, laundry facilities, and a recreation hall with a kitchen. Check the camp store if you need any supplies. With pedal carts, horseshoes, and miniature golf, you can stay active, whether with the kids in your family or with the kids-at-heart. Break a sweat at the basketball and volleyball courts, and let the children burn off their energy at the playground. Canoe and paddleboat rentals are available for rent to let you spend time on the lake. Activities and themes are planned on weekends and can vary from month to month. Pets are welcome and have to be leashed at all times.
Only half an hour’s drive from your campsite at Dream Lake Campground, the 300-acre Beaver Meadow in North Java awaits outdoor enthusiasts looking for marked and groomed trails to hike, and wetlands and wooded uplands to explore. Named after its namesake landscape, Beaver Meadow also features glacial kettle ponds, an arboretum, and a hawk watch. Marvel at the night sky here at the Buffalo Astronomy Association Observatory.
Equally close to campgrounds in Wyoming County but with bigger and with more opportunities for outdoor recreation is the Silver Lake State Park. Hiking, snowmobiling, and cross-country skiing are popular pursuits in the area. On the banks of Silver Lake, the park provides a launch facility for those who want to boat and fish on the lake. In season, the upland section of the park is open for hunting.
Camping in Warsaw also puts you within half an hour’s drive of Letchworth State Park, often featured on the list of the most beautiful state parks in the country. Dubbed as the "Grand Canyon of the East,” the park is where the Genesee River carved out a gorge towering more than 500 feet in some places.
Lush with vegetation, the park has three major waterfalls and many smaller waterfalls, offering an Eden-like place for hikers to explore its 66 miles of hiking trails shared with horseback riders, bikers, and snowmobilers/cross-country skiers. Keep your eyes peeled for barred owls, Cooper’s hawks, and red-shouldered hawks that are regularly spotted in hemlock stands. If you wish to get more adventurous, consider adding whitewater rafting and hot air ballooning to your to-do list.
Wyoming County brims with historical and cultural points of interest that could easily take up a day’s worth of sightseeing. Museums abound wherever in the county you look, whether you step inside the Attica Prison Preservation Foundation & Museum to browse prison artifacts, the Castile Historical House to see an example of a house built in the 1800s right after the Civil War, or the Middlebury Academy in Wyoming opened in 1817 to become one of the first academies of higher learning at the time.
Nearby Perry is home to the Wyoming County International Speedway, a 1/3-mile oval track where racing competitions for American Modified cars, vintage late models, and four and six-cylinders are held on weekends. In downtown Perry, discover the exhibits of the Arts Council for Wyoming County housed in a historic brick storefront.
Rent a camper near Dream Lake Campground in August to witness Attica’s Rodeo events featuring bareback riding, saddle bronc riding, and steer wrestling, among others. For an up-close encounter with zebras, camels, and water buffalo along with 40 other species, take your Warsaw campervan rental and drive to the hamlet of Varysburg in the town of Sheldon. In Arcade, board the last operating steam engine train in the state and enjoy a return ride on an authentic short line railroad with passenger cars.
So if you want to bring everyone on vacation to a family-friendly campground in western New York, book an RV rental in Warsaw, New York and take it for a spin to make the most of what Wyoming County and the surrounding area has to offer.