Maple Lane RV Resort Website – unfortunately they don’t have a website
With only 46 sites, this is a relatively small but big rig friendly campground located in the scenic foothills of the Alleghenies. Fairly long pull thru, full hookup, sites with 30 amp electric, water, sewer and fire rings. Except for a bath house, there are no amenities. In addition to the transients here, there appeared to be some seasonals as well as a few cabins for rent.
Big selling point is that it is conveniently located in Cuba, NY right off I-88 so it is great for an overnight stay. Roads are gravel but sites are grassy which might possibly be an issue in the rain. There is a bath house but we didn’t check it out so we can’t provide any comments on its condition.
Daily rate was $35 for full hookup, otherwise $30 per night.
Overall Impression – 3/5
Decent, very basic campground located near the quaint town of Cuba. Very scenic area especially when we were there during foliage season in mid-October. Although it didn’t have a lot to offer in terms of amenities, it is very convenient for an overnight stay along I-86. When we registered we weren’t given a map, rules and regulations or any other documentation. But the person working in the office (possibly the owner) was very helpful and escorted us to our site (#44) in her golf cart. The surrounding area is quite scenic especially around Cuba Lake. We would probably stay here again as it is a convenient overnight stop.
Privacy – 1/5
None. Site spacing is close, but not as close as other private campgrounds we have visited.
Convenience – 4/5
Very convenient to I-86, located right near the off ramp. Downtown Cuba has a restaurant, a cheese shop, a grocery store and other services. Walmart is located in Olean about 13 miles away.
Physical Surroundings – 3/5
Since it is nestled in the foothills of the Alleghenies, the campground is surrounded by very scenic hills and wooded areas.
Maneuverability and Roads – 3/5
Easy to maneuver within the campground.
Peace & Quiet – 3/5
When we were here in mid-October, it was very quiet but that could be because it wasn’t that busy and we had our windows closed due to cooler temps. Even though it is close to I-86, we were not bothered by traffic noise but that is sure to be present when windows are open and may bother some.
Utilities – 3/5
- Sewer – all sites have sewer. Well placed, no screw in cap.
- Satellite – no problem here, no trees. We were able to get all three sats in the DISH western Arc (110/119/129) but 129 would only give us SD locals despite a local service address.
- WiFi – Good, performance was 1.5mbs down and about the same up. Did not use much so cannot comment on prime time performance.
- Cellular signal – adequate Verizon 4G LTE
- Over-the-Air (OTA) TV – zero, none, nada. No signals available at this location and no cable.
- Power – Good, newish power pole with 20/30/50A
- Water Pressure/Quality – good pressure, slight chlorine taste, no discoloration or turbidity.
What We Liked
– Clean campground
– Scenic area
– Close to the highway so very convenient
What We Didn’t Like
– Lack of privacy between sites which wasn’t a big deal for an overnight stop