2 Parks near Accord, New York
Jul 2015 - $10.00
Stayed here overnight in July and then again in August. A reasonable stop on the way to and from New England/Canada.
Nice level back-in sites with some grass and mostly dirt. Many activities for seasonals and members. We did not use any of them, but they are available. $2/day charge for cable (which you need).
We will stay here again. - Alworth
Jun 2015 - $60.00
This was our 6th stay at Rondout Valley. When we found this campground in 2000 as we started out as full time RVers we used it as a base to visit family. We loved the park. It was, and remains, a very family and kid friendly park. We always had a decent site although the last time in 2011 we had trouble getting a site to use our dish which is important to us. Now that Thousand Trails/Encore is involved with the campground we thought we would find improvements, especially for the $60 per night rate when Passport America rates are not valid. We found no improvements which makes the $60 rate very high for this campground. One day we walked outside to the heavy smell of sewer. Another day I started to take a shower and the water coming out had a disgusting sulfur smell. I had to ask my wife to go outside to turn off the water so I could switch to the water pump and use the water in the tank.
Also, when I called to make a reservation I told them it was necessary to get a full hookup site that will allow use of the dish. I was told no problem, but when we got there we were told there were no such sites and we had to take a water/electric site in the rally field. Very disappointed in this park. It seemed a better park before Thousand Trails got involved. - retired2000
May 2015 - $2.00
The rate reflects Thousand Trails Membership for 50 amp service. This campground was getting ready to open for the Memorial Day season. There were not too many there other than the annuals but the closer the the weekend came the more packed it became, which is good for them. The pool was in great condition, they have activities planned and a very pleasant atmosphere. - krisbw
Jul 2015 - $46.00
This park was truly "in the wild!" Lots of trees and very unkempt grounds. They did have a small pool. Every time we went outside, we had to watch for snakes, which were plentiful. Most staff were not particularly helpful, but the owner was exceptionally welcoming and helpful. We truly felt like his main goal was for us to have a good experience in New York City. - Nibot
May 2015 - $45.00
We have returned for the summer this year to find even more improvements to SO-HI. We just love the rustic wilderness setting and the friendly atmosphere. The tranquil shaded sites give protection from the summer heat and make it possible to spend lots of time outside. Isn't that what camping is all about? The rates are very reasonable when compared to other campgrounds in the Catskills and the amenities are more than adequate.
I highly recommend this campground. It is family friendly and has plenty to do for those who want to be active and lots of laid back for those who want to be a camper potato!
I say try it, you'll like it! - Dealing Dennis
Jul 2014 - $45.00
This was a delightful newly renovated campground under new ownership it has apparently undergone a metamorphosis to a modern resort with all the amenities you would expect. We stayed for the summer and consider it a must when visiting the Catskills in the Hudson Valley. It has spacious shaded sites, unlike other campgrounds where they stack you like firewood in open sites to bake in the sun. The pond with paddle boats and fenced pool were pleasant places to chill during those dog days of summer. I highly recommend So-Hi to anyone who wants a bargain on camping in NY. I suspect the pricing will increase as this jewel is discovered by more campers willing to take the road less traveled! - Dealing Dennis