4 RV Parks near Bensonhurst, New York
We did however find 4 campgrounds within 25 miles of Bensonhurst. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Bensonhurst in the left hand column.
Aug 2017 - $30.00
The RV sites are on a big parking lot right on Jamaica Bay. It can accommodate any size rig. If you're into fishing this is the place for you. With a big rig you need to come in when it's dark because of the traffic in N.Y. When you get here there is no traffic. I left my RV there for 2 weeks while I was out of the country and didn't have any problems. There is an RC airpark and an Archery range. 2 indoor ice skating rinks, games for the kids. convenient to everywhere with public transit. If you need practice driving come here, this is where they teach the bus drivers to drive. They have a dump station and a fresh water station. Plenty of tent sites and 9 RV sites. great camp store. - sflabrkr
Jun 2018 - $90.00
As others have said, this is basically a big parking lot next to the marina with fairly narrow spaces so don't come expecting a resort. The sites have electric and water, but no sewer and there is a dump station near the front if needed. It's all about location, location since this park gives you easy access to New York via either a ferry boat or subway, both within easy walking distance. The Statue of Liberty or New York are easily accessed via the Liberty Landing ferry. The New York side ferry landing is just a few blocks from the World Trade Center and is only $7 each way. If you can book in advance, get site 30 or 32 in the back corner near the boat storage. These two sites have a little more space than the others. All sites are back in, there are no pull throughs. The management was very friendly and helpful. We stayed here in a 42' motor home. - Lt Dan
Jun 2018 - $90.00
My wife and I have been camping for 41 years and this was the worst campground we ever stayed in. We would have left immediately, except we had prepaid tickets to the September 11 museum and memorial, Ellis Island and the Statue Of Liberty and a Broadway Show. So why? We had to prep our site by moving stacked old tables, the area itself is a crumbling parking lot with a few striped and numbers, there was a sewer, the men's room was wet all the time and missing a large portion of the ceiling, there is rusted junk metal near the dump station and an area for tents had carpet sections that looked like they were last changed when Bush Sr. Was president. The only saving grace was the ease of getting into the city - a short bike trip or brisk walk or Uber ride got us to the PATH Train which got us where we wanted to go. We will NEVER return. - Jack3788
May 2018 - $110.00
Liberty Harbor's claim to fame is its location...which is perfect for visiting NYC. Guests at this gated entry (with guard) park have 3 great options. The Liberty Harbor ferry, located at the RV park, takes you to Wall Street. The Warren Street Ferry, about a 5-minute walk, goes to the financial district. A third option is to walk down Marin Blvd. to the Grove Street PATH subway station and catch the train. We used all three during our stay and found all to be very, very safe and easy to use. Other than its location, Liberty Harbor RV Park is bare bones...water and electric only (Dump station available.)...asphalt roads with tight gravel sites except for the far exterior which has paved sites. (Even the office workers make no pretense that it is anything more than a glorified parking lot.) There is also an area for tenters, very small astro-turf squares tucked to the side of the park, across from the restrooms/laundry. While we were there, the coded-lock door on the Women's Room had been removed due to a malfunction, which was very unfortunate, as the entry door had complete access to Marin Blvd through a gate which was left propped open during the day by a business located next to the Men's Room. The Men's Room door (farther away from the main road) still required an access code to enter. Ideally, until the replacement locked door arrives for the Women's Room, the doors should be switched so the Women's Room has the coded-lock door. Hard for women to feel safe taking showers when anyone off the street could walk in sight unseen. (Ironic there is a gated entrance with a guard for entering vehicles, but near the restrooms, anyone can walk through the open gate in the fence during business hours or through the door of the fitness business located on the corner of the building.) Other than this, which indeed is rather important, we didn't mind staying in this park. We knew full well going in what to expect regarding amenities, thus there were no surprises. - HRTravelers
Sep 2015 - $54.00
This is a county run RV park between Long Beach and Point Lookout. It is convient to the Long Island RR to catch the train to Penn Station, the center of New York City. Sites are back-in only with full hookups. There are no amenities, no wi-fi or cable, but your antenna can get local TV. They have a picnic table, no fire pit but you can use your own, wood burning or propane. The sites are spaceous but there is no shade. It boarders sand dunes that provide access to the ocean, about a 1/4 mile or so. - Michael Kibler
Sep 2010 - $49.00
We enjoyed our stay there, very good location for doing, Gold coast, Manhattan, Montauk Light, Hamptons, and to go for a nice walk on the beach. I can not imagine being hear during the summer. It has to be chaotic; there are 500 Beach cabanas right next door and lots of beach clubs in the immediate area. - rontrem
Jul 2010 - $49.00
The resident camper was amazing and I would give her a 10! It was a really nice campground with large sites, also a 10. However, it was a terribly, long walk to the beach mostly on sand which was a huge challenge with small children, so that's why I only gave it a 6. They send good directions ahead of time. Be sure to follow them because there is a low bridge very close to the campground. Of course, the hassle of getting there from anywhere other than Long Island, makes it a challenge. The gate locks at 9pm, so if you arrive later, you will need to park in the adjacent lot and walk to your site. Because it is a county park, additional cars/visitors are very expensive ($30/day for non-county residents). There is 24-hour security and the 5 mile/hour speed limit is strictly enforced as are quiet hours. Overall, an excellent campground. We would stay here again. - WollyCampers
Apr 2018 - $25.00
Site sloped down from the rear to the front so entry stairs very high. Sewer cap behind the pad at the middle of the pad. Rear tires at the end of the pad. Thirty feet from sewer compartment uphill to a 7" pipe, not a 5". Unusable. Obviously never looked at an RV or talked with anyone. Envelope at gate says drop envelope at Bld C39. No map. Our site was on a poorly marked and gravel road. Been to numerous bases and camps. This is the first I would never return to. - Navychop
Sep 2017 - $25.00
Nice park. Large concrete pads with (mostly) elbow room between the sites. Nicely mowed and manicured lawn. Blazing fast Wifi. It is quiet with some shady, some sunny sites. The base's location is very close to catching train or ferry for NYC and the Jersey Shore. The Jersey Shore came as a very pleasant surprise to me as it was new, clean, active with parallel boardwalks and pavilions. Gorgeous homes across the street. A real pleasure to go see. The base is small and the NEX isn't much more than a 7-11, but it is well kept and security is tight. There are a couple of things I would warn you about. When you first drive in to the base you will see a very strange entrance. Go left and make the big loop around to the big building. Yes, you'll drive in to the building to get ID'd. They will check the ID's of everyone in the vehicle. That's the first warning. The second warning is this. You'll be instructed to turn right on T-1 and if your assigned sight is 9 through 15 to make the first right off of T-1 into the park. Do not turn on that first right unless you're only 10' long. Go about 75 feet further, turn right then 75 feet and you'll see a gravel pass through to sites 9 through 15 that is actually wide enough. That first right is only about 10' wide with curbs on both side and a fire hydrant on the corner. You'll see what I mean when you get there. The sewer hook ups are at the back/wrong side of the sites. No bid deal, just have a long sewer hose. We enjoyed the park and the area. - jomark
Sep 2016 - $25.00
We stayed here for two weeks, including over Labor Day, and were pleasantly surprised by the experience. Upon arrival at the gate, we were given a welcome packet with our site number and information on where the office is to check in after setting up. When you arrive, you will pull in through a large building which is the ID check. Stay in the right lane, since the left is for commercial deliveries. The sites are long and paved and very easy to back into, but the connections are not placed in the best spots. The power pedestal is located at the back of the pad, and was a stretch for the length of our cable, so check your power cable before you park. The sewer connection is the worst I've ever seen, it is located in the middle of the pad right under where our axels were. I had to crawl under the axels to connect the sewer, and had to remove part of the piping from the plug because it was sticking up four inches high. That aside, everything else was great.
It was quiet and you have enough room to not be on top of your neighbors. Although we did have an issue with one neighbor who had guests over and blocked our parking access, so I had to go ask them to move, even though they were sitting outside and watched us pull up and still did nothing until I asked. The utilities worked well, no cable TV, but over the air channels were fine and wifi is standard Navy GoWifi. The laundry room has three washers and dryers and all worked well. It was perfectly located to visit our family and be able to catch the train to NYC. There is no commissary or exchange on base, but a Super Walmart is about 10 minutes away, and I recommend visiting Delicious Orchards just up 34 for great baked goods, fruits, vegetables and deli meat. The base is small, but we still had plenty of areas to walk our dogs without worrying about traffic.
Aside from the connection locations, it is a very nice campground and we would definitely return. - pfogleboch