We were here just one night while my wife was doing genealogy at the local historical society. It is a very nice park with lots of wide open grass fields for our little dog to run around in. They do now have 50 amp sites for $5 more, but no sewer, which isn't a big deal for a one night stay. We stayed in site No.1, which is a nice pull through with a big shade tree. We definitely would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Camping rates are per family. Additional families on the same site must also pay camping rate. Electric/Water Sites - $21 per night. 87 sites available. Tent Sites - $15 per night. 33 sites available. On-site Septic Removal - $5 Seasonal Sites: - 30 sites available. We camped here in a Tent.
Very nice and clean town run park. Great value. Take your time picking a site, sites are paved, gravel or grass. Hookups may be side to side (your door faces your neighbors door), you might need to pull into a back in site (hookups on left) or some pull throughs have electric on 1 side and water on the other. But it works OK. Washing vehicles is allowed. A very layer back place to relax for a few days. Take exit 65 off of NY 12 and follow signs (straight across at traffic light near McDonalds). We camped here in a Motorhome.
We camped here in a 38' motor home. Hickories is a town of Owego park. The staff are great; very pleasant and helpful. There are no sewers but there is a pump out service. The bathrooms & showers are clean. As noted there are no reservations and there is a 30 day limit on your stay. Sites vary but most will handle big rigs. Many are shaded. There is an outdoor amphitheater for music events and there is almost always something going on in the park. All in all this is a great value! We camped here in a Motorhome.
I found this park on this website while traveling north to Buffalo. This park was a pleasant surprise. Very large facility with lots of spaces, open fields, river front campsites and close to the town. They do not take reservations. If you want a site, you have to get there early (maybe days early) and pay for unused days. This was confusing to me as I did not know what the "Site Occupied" sign meant. Would definitely stay there again, only longer We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here in a motorhome. The park is owned and operated by the town of Owego New York. There are many sites with excellent views. The park is right on the river, and you may swim or fish, or launch your boat in the park. Some sites are close together, but there are large sites also. They do not take reservations, so you must be there to get a site. Although, if you are in the area, you may rent a site earlier in the week and show up on the weekend to use it. You don't have to be on the site to save it, just pay for it and it is yours. They have reserved signs that they put on the sites to save them after you show up and pay for them. This was our first stay and we will definitely go back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice park right off Route 17. It is located along the Susquehanna River. Very clean and well maintained. The sites are large. There is no sewer hook-up but they do have mobile service and a dump station. There is no camp store but shopping centers are less than 2 miles away. We enjoyed camping here and will go again soon. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.