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Campground was very clean and well kept. It was early Fall which is very close to the end of the season so the camp store shelves were a bit bare. Our site was a little small but easily navigated and level. There was some debris left in the fire ring from previous campers. There was a "Town-wide" yard sale going on during this weekend so the campground was at capacity. Utilities worked as expected and there were quite a few cable TV channels provided. Interior roads are a mix of gravel and dirt but were very easy to navigate.

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We stayed at a site on a newly created section they call "Up on the hill" and it definitely was. Weather was extremely hot and it was compounded by the fact that the "Hill" had absolutely zero shade. The campground itself was clean and well kept. The pool and children's water park were pretty crowded but given the nearly 100 degree temps that was to be expected. There were not enough chairs around the pool area. I learned later that the water park is open to the general public for a fee so not only were there campers and cabin people there but people that were just there to use the facilities as well. That caused more overcrowding than was necessary.

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Park is close to home so we use it often just to get away. It is clean, sites are nearly level and most are fairly spacious. Definitely pet friendly and there are lots of things for kids to do. They offer FREE pancakes for breakfast!

     

Copake KOA

Copake, New York

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We were there during a special event weekend. It was packed with things to do including a band - Skeeter Creek. Park is very clean and well maintained. Staff is friendly, polite and very informative. A local bridge under construction made getting there a bit difficult but the staff made personal contact prior to my stay informing of detour and the proper route to take. Our site was HUGE and fairly level. It was on grass, not gravel. We were able to do a late checkout on Sunday.