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Adirondack Camping Village, Lake George, New York

Date of Stay: July, 2016 - $57.00
Overall Rating:

Large rig friendly, we had a nice pull-through site with full hookups. Cable, 30 and 50 amp, sewer, water. No WiFi, and Verizon signal was poor. Fire pit was very nice on a cement pad. Site was not that level since we were on a hill. The main issue we had was the site was loose sand. It would be much better with crushed stone or gravel. My truck sank in as did the leveling pads. The pool area was very nice as was the camp store. Very few organized activities for the kids. Great location, though, which is why we chose this location. 5 minutes to Lake George and one hour to Ft. Ticonderoga. If you need a nice campground to stay at while visiting Lake George, this is a good option. We camped at Adirondack Camping Village in a Travel Trailer.

Clean Restrooms
Clean Showers

Site Details

Site Number
Site Surface
Site Type
Pull through
Site Space
Quite a bit longer than my travel trailer and tow vehicle
Campsite Features
Fire Ring, Picnic Table
Power Hookups
20 Amp, 30 Amp, 50 Amp
Sewer Connection

Campground Details

Space Between Lots
Very Close
Sun & Foliage
Covered Forested
Tow Vehicle Parking
Yes, Convenient
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Hidden Valley Campground, Lanesborough, Massachusetts

Date of Stay: July, 2013 - $32.00
Overall Rating:

We stayed here for 4 nights over the 4th of July holiday. Our intention was to use the campground as a base camp due to the location in the Berkshires. Old campground, lots of old seasonal trailers in disrepair, outdated facilities, no kids’ activities and understaffed owners. Pros; sites were large, wooded and level. Electric was good and we ran our AC the entire time. Fire-pit was large but did not get a chance to use it. No sewer connection but there was a grey water dry well at each site. Pool water was clean. Verizon cell reception was good. Cost was reasonable at $32. Cons; main roads were washed out and had 3’ deep gullies where you could break an axle if you went into one of these, bathrooms were outdated but useable. Entrance road to campground was a single lane dirt road, very dangerous. No sewer at the site. Rec room was outdated by 20 year, no kids’ activities at all. Camp store only had a few items on the shelves. Pool area had weeds that were 4’ tall and maintenance of the pool area was poor. Mosquitoes were unbearable. Staff was rude and talked about insurance regulations the entire time but yet they had a 20’ bonfire and roads that could swallow up a camper, go figure. We camped at Hidden Valley Campground in a Travel Trailer.

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Witch Meadow Lake Family Campground, Salem, Connecticut

Date of Stay: June, 2013 - $50.00
Overall Rating:

Great spot (#9), right on the lake so we could fish right from our site. Staff was super friendly, key card access, great country store and beach. Would have liked full sewer hookup at the site, but I understand being on the water gravity is working against you. Lots of activities for our boys, almost like a summer camp. Highly recommend going. Bring your kayak and fishing pole! We camped at Witch Meadow Lake Family Campground in a Travel Trailer.