The park gets a "10" for waterfront activities! You can bring your boat and keep it at the docks for an extra fee. You can bring kayaks, rowboats, etc and leave them on the beach (no fee). We saw a pair of Loons, ducks, and an American Eagle while staying there. The campground has a lovely grassy lawn with playground equipment leading down to Tupper Lake. Many campers brought their chairs to sit and enjoy the gorgeous lake view. The beach is roped without a lifeguard. There is a floating platform to swim out to and it is deep enough to dive from. Kids were also busy fishing from the campground catching the usual sunnies. Just a great family place to do "camping activities" of fishing, swimming and cooking somemores. About 60% of the campground is seasonal. Everyone is very friendly and helpful. The owners and their family are at the store/office everyday all day and are very attentive to your needs. This is not a "big rig" campground probably 30-32 feet would be the max and no 50 amp service. Call ahead since they only have a few sites available for the 30 footers. Nice family, rustic, waterfront campground with hookups to explore the Adirondack Park. Visit the Wild Center located in the town. We are planning on returning. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a city owned campground on a small lake. The internal roads are gravel and in good condition. Most of the sites are occupied by summer local residences. The staff were friendly and helpful showing me to my site. There is a swimming beach with lifeguards. The grass sites are basically level and the water pressure is good as is the power voltage. I followed the GPS to the park but there are also campground road signage directing one to the part. The sites have some trees but there's ample room to maneuver around them. There are NO laundry facilitates on the campground. I would camp there again when in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice town-owned park, very friendly staff. Some lakefront sites (some not very level), mostly grass, 30-amp only fair. Brochure says cable TV available with user contact to Warner Cable. Cellphone service available. Picnic table and grill all sites. Boat launch site for the approximately 1 mile lake. Tent sites available. Large public picnic area and snack bars and camp store on premises. Would camp here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Little Wolf Public Beach and Campground is only a few miles from downtown Tupper Lake. The campground is owned and managed by the village of Tupper Lake. There is only 30 amp service and it is reliable. All of the sites are sand and grass. I used wooden blocks to place under the levelers because the ground is so soft. There are no television stations that were viewable over-the-air, but there were some thunder storms in the area the may have precluded that viewing. Satellite signals were good when there were no thunderheads, which is typical. This is a seasonal campground, only open from Spring through Fall. I don't know the exact months. Although it is listed as 50 sites, many are taken up by local folks and others, so expect there to be only a few open pull through sites. Reservations are highly recommended. The office personnel are friendly and helpful, as are the campers. The Adirondacks is a beautiful scenic area and well worth visiting. When coming in on Highway 3, do not rely on GPS if coming from the West. Instead, use Washington St. to get to the campground. We stayed here in a motor home. We camped here in a Motorhome.