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Date of Stay:
October, 2016 -
The entrance to the park is not lit up at night so you better know where you are going. Speed signage and other signs going down the entrance could be more visible in the dark; either way go slow. We were escorted to our site which was easy to back in even with a 40ft motorcoach. It was so level we almost didn't need the jacks. It wasn't until the morning we realized what a beautiful and wonderfully updated campground it was. The sewer on our site was too far to hookup to - but no problem. The bathrooms were extremely comfortable and updated. If we had charcoal briquettes we would have used the permanent grills for meals. We camped with our two dogs who took full advantage of the proximity to the Beaverkill River. So close to downtown Roscoe and Roscoe Brewing Co. If I didn't have my own motorhome, I'd rent a cabin - adorable! We camped at Roscoe Campsite in a Motorhome.
Camp in the Fall after Labor Day! Roscoe Campsite Park is perfectly situated 1.5 miles from downtown and the Roscoe Brewing Co. Nestled along the Beaverkill River it is the perfect opportunity to blend relaxation, recreation and entertainment. The campground has bikes, kayaks and tubes to rent so you don't have to bring your own or go into town to rent them. Plenty of eating choices in town. Leaf peeping is best Mid-October. Great place to camp.