3 RV Parks near Blauvelt, New York
We did however find 3 campgrounds within 25 miles of Blauvelt. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Blauvelt in the left hand column.
May 2017 - $35.00
1.5 miles to the train station to NYC. An hour north of NYC. Camp ground has more 'full timers' than transient; people say they are workers on the new Tarrytown Bridge. Nice grounds but the roads in the RV campground lack maintenance. - 5outta6
Sep 2016 - $55.00
We stayed here for 8 nights at 55 bucks a night...spendy for the lack of amenities at this county park. There is no cable tv and no wifi. I was mostly unable to get a Verizon signal. Park staff were not friendly or helpful. Electric is 30 amp only and we flipped the breaker if we used the microwave while using the AC. If you stay here, get familiar with the location of your sites breaker box (our neighbors showed us where it was). On the plus side, sites are very spacious and everyone staying here was friendly. We chose this park so we could visit the city. We walked to the Metro North train station (it is 1.7 miles) and visited NYC for 5 days. If we wanted to visit the city again, we would stay at this park. If not, we would not return. - Arizona Nancy
Aug 2016 - $50.00
This is primarily a long-term or full-timer's park. There are few staying here overnight or on vacation. There is no presence by park personnel in the RV area; it is far from the park office. The sites are fine, nicely wooded, with good room between. SAT reception is a no-go unless you have a portable unit. Water pipe is insulated.
I felt like I was a stranger in someone's neighborhood the whole time I was here, for five days. $50 is pretty steep for zero amenities.
I stayed here mainly because of its close proximity to the commuter rail station, which is too far to walk to. It's definitely a drive or bicycle ride. - Pdx discovery
Sep 2017 - $25.00
Nice park. Beware of the road off 293 that goes up to the actual park. I'm from the Blue Ridge Mountains of western North Carolina and a windy road to me is different than a windy road to most other people. This road is windy in anybody's book. It climbs at a pretty steep grade and has some tight turns. Now, this isn't meant to scare anyone off because it is absolutely doable. You just need to be aware of it and stay in a low gear. We are a 40' fiver with a beast of a dually truck so about 60' total and we didn't have a problem.
Now, about the park. It is laid out around a pond. It is pretty and laid out in such a way that there is plenty of elbow room for each RV. No crowding. It is quiet and some shady sites and some open spots. I have almost no problem with park at all except 2 things: lack of sewer hook up. (I'm spoiled and like my full hookup). There is a honey wagon that comes around each day and for $8 he will pump you out. Water & electric were fine. And we had almost no cell signal for hotspot, but we could make phone calls - go figure. We wouldn't hesitate to go back. - jomark
Sep 2016 - $20.00
This is not a great military campground in our opinion. It is located off base and up a steep hill with switchbacks and speed bumps. There were big rigs down in the full hook up flat part of the campground but they still had to deal with the narrow road and steep curves. Verizon cell and hot spot did not work well. Bathrooms are a long way from the tent pop up site. Laundry machines were $1.75 to wash and $1.00 to dry. There were only 2 machines each and one washer did not work but was not marked as broken. Parties are held in the campground and people were everywhere blocking road access. We did have a nice view of the lake. The campground does not sell ice because their ice machine was broken and so was the change machine in the laundry. The water lines to our site ran along the top of the ground. The Commisarry and Exchange were easy to find. We would not stay here again. - roadking
Jul 2015 - $27.00
Stayed at this campground for 2 days while visiting friends and touring West Point. Campground is very nice. Pretty quiet, except when large groups having gatherings. However, the gatherings didn't bother us as they were over in the early evening. You can also hear firing ranges in the distance up until about 10 pm. However, having served in the Army for over 26 years, we were use to hearing firing on nearby ranges and it didn't bother us.\ at all. We had sort of missed the noise from the past. The camp staff were very friendly and helpful. Our site (C-9) was close to others but not a problem. The restroom was close to us which we did use. It was very clean. We would stay here during another visit to this area. We camped in a class C motorhome. - Tiger6
Aug 2017 - $86.00
It's $95/night. Stay 6 nights, get one night free. 7% tax. We paid $914.85 for 10 nights or $91.48 avg. Bathrooms/showers weren't horrible. They had hot water, good water pressure and curtained changing area for each shower with hooks and bench. Laundry area has 6 each new, clean washers/dryers. Each machine digitally displays time remaining. The dump station wasn't gross - it's a basic dump station. Spaces are extremely tight and many are not level. We didn't have power issues. We never could log in to wifi even when the office gave us a different password. Honey wagon equipment is broken with no immediate plans to fix/replace it. There is a lot of construction nearby with associated noise. No recycling in park. Having said all that, we enjoyed our time at Liberty Harbor. We could see the Statue of Liberty through our windshield which we thought was pretty cool. It's super easy to get to wherever you want to go. The office provides excellent information (transit/maps/area highlights/etc) at check-in. The staff was super helpful with our myriad of questions through out our stay. We obtained DirecTV, Verizon cell and Verizon Mifi signals. A few thoughts. 1. We came and left via the I-78. It's a straight forward approach/departure and you won't have low overpasses. Follow the directions on the park website. 2. Don't let public transit intimidate you. It's safe, clean, cheap and efficient. If you have questions, you will find locals extremely friendly and helpful. Just ask! 3. As for site selection - there is one site that is pretty sweet if you can fit (C02). Otherwise it's tight tight tight everywhere. There is extremely bright lighting plus trash cans near C01, C03, B02, B04, B01, B03, A02, A04 so I personally would avoid them. Sites A20, A22 are near the dump station so I'd avoid those for sure. We were in B20. The dry site next to us (B22) was empty 8 of 10 nights. We would definitely stay here again. There's so much to do!! - GottaGoNow
Aug 2017 - $95.00
We stayed before for $10 less than this time. The rates are high due to being near manhattan. The first site we had was bad. Electric was not working correctly. Our bus would not accept the 50 amps from the box. We had to wait 2.5 hours for the maintenance guy. The guy said the power was good, my bus said it was not. The bus would not take it. Finally got moved to a spot with good power. No room for our car and paid another 20 per night for parking. Tight spots & high prices just like being in NYC. Don't expect anything else. You are paying for the location. This is a Marina first, then a campground. - KodiTzu
Jul 2017 - $88.00
Most of the previous criticism is valid. The additional problem we had was low voltage during high A/C use times. It was exceptionally hot during our stay so everyone was running their ac all the time. They did move us to a different site (A22), but that site had a power post that serviced three sites and worked only some of the time. The park is basically under-powered - a condition we are finding more frequently. The older parks were not designed to accommodate the power hungry larger RVs and apparently don't want to go to the extra expense of upgrading. The park has a feeling of being managed by a slum landlord. The only reason to endure these miserable accommodations made worse with no sewer hookups is the location - close to NYC, Ellis Island, and Statue of Liberty. Lots of construction of high rise structures adjacent to the park will impinge on the marina flavor of park surroundings. That being said, the office staff were very friendly and helpful. They do their best to deal with challenging circumstances. Jersey City appears to be trying to spruce up its appearance and there are some gems in the city, mostly restaurants who choose not to compete with NY by blending elegance with down home friendliness. - Roger H.