16 Parks near Catskill, New York
Oct 2016 - $45.00
Office personnel were very nice. Park is a little confusing at first. Pull through sites are on gravel and side by side. Park is a little run down, and good for a quick "overnight" stay. - usamacdonald2
Oct 2015 - $50.00
Picked this place because it was the closest one from my place of origin. Internet good, but site was uneven, on grass, no clear lines of delineation. Never found the restrooms. Several run-down buildings. For the price, NOT worth it! - NFRS
Sep 2014 - $25.00
$25 is PPA rate. The campground was nice and getting better. Under new management and they are putting some money in it. The views were great, but not very close to the highway (10 miles). There are a few full timers, plenty of sites. Sites are not very level (pull-through). Would like to stay again for a few days. - bbnh2000
Aug 2016 - $22.00
Nice DEC sites. No hookups, strictly dry camping. Good space between sites. Quiet and privacy. Few lakeside are hard to book. Best to secure 9 months in advance. Many sites OK beach. Good boating fishing and several good hiking trails. Next town north is Tannersville has excellent Mexican restaurant and steak house too. - Poper
May 2016 - $25.00
I have stayed her many times over the years. My recommendation it to book early if you think you want to go here in the summer on the weekends.
The bathrooms are clean the sites are spacious I have no complaints.
You will not get cell service or WiFi which is fine by me! - suze1125
Sep 2012 - $27.00
Beautiful location, though the road up to the park is a bit steep & curvy. Sites seem to be mostly shaded with nice spacing between. Bathrooms are a bit old but clean. - liz&denis
Jun 2016 - $40.00
We stayed 4 days. I'm a very experienced driver, and I'm telling you its TIGHT. Trees are good, but there are too many, too close. A 37 ft. 5th wheel is a challenge, but doable . No signal, no WiFi, no cable. Seasonal campers make the place look messy. Some campers were untouched for years, and we're growing into the ground. The pool is great, big and clean. Store was nice, also a game room, b-ball court, playground, all good. There was litter around, golf carts aplenty . With all that said, everyone was friendly, it was quiet at night. It wasn't busy when we were there. It's definitely not a "camping" experience, but it worked for us, and given the proximity to our grandchildren, we'll probably be back. The lake is great, and largely unused. I suspect there are enough fish to keep you happy. Catch/release . Kids and early teens, will have a great time here. All things considered, it's not terrible, but definitely not great. - jimntoni
Oct 2015 - $40.00
Stayed over Columbus Day weekend. Great value, 2 days 3rd night free. No activities, most amenities closed for season. Read mixed reviews, but as there are many wonderful sights to visit all within 1/2 an hour drive time, the lack of campground activities is forgiven. The lake on the campground is a gem. They really need to make that their priority, it was beautiful and serene. Unfortunately the rest of the campground is anything but. The people were friendly but the houses built onto campers was more like an unkempt trailer park. Most sites had piles of broken trash, doors, tables, kiddie pools. Wish they had a few more rules about trash and building houses. We luckily had a semi-private site for ourselves and another family, a little oasis. People stayed up late, it was but bearable. Only hot water for showers near main office, but otherwise hookups and electricity was good. Place has potential, probably won't return. - K S
Jul 2015 - $50.00
Should have listened to the reviews here. This place is primarily seasonal camping, where everyone has their decks and TV's outside. music was loud and everyone was cruising around in their golf carts drinking beer. Sites were essentially unnumbered. I think there are about 4 nice sites the rest did not provide the camping experience we were looking for. Our site was side by side with another camper, 6' max. On the good side, the hookups worked well and the check in lady was super nice. Although they did send out a mass email of the activities with everyone's name in the to list!
These showers were pretty messy and had no hooks. A little attention would go a long ways. It was a good experience pulling in, the family's jaws were on the floor. I guess it depends what you want. - 72streams
Oct 2016 - $51.00
Nice park. Nice people. Quiet, lots of stars in the sky. Good water, cable, and power. Sewer was fine no problems with hooking up. Nice large dog area. Laundry worked for $2 wash and $1 for 30 min dryer. Wifi was horrible. I work from the RV and it dropped me every few min so was not adequate. I had to use my Verizon and AT&T both of which had very poor signal strength. - rolltide19
Jul 2016 - $57.00
This is a lovely family campground in a beautiful country setting. Cable worked very well and the water/sewer/electric hook-ups were good. We asked for a quiet area and appreciated being accommodated. The roads are dirt/gravel and our site was grass. There were lots of activities for families and kids. They had WIFI, but it was spotty. Bathrooms were older but clean. The swimming pool was popular. Owners are super friendly and helpful. Pricing is higher than we expected, but we did like it here. - R&S
Aug 2015 - $29.00
Rate reflects monthly rate.The last time we were here was 5 yrs ago. Improvements were made since then, more gravel on sites and better maintained . Still a family campground with lots to do for kids on weekends. Utilities were good, Wi-Fi on the weak side better during the afternoon. Friendly owners and campers. Would come back again. - norootsnow
Oct 2016 - $50.00
We called that morning and got site for that night. It was a pull through site, nicely wooded. All hook-ups worked great. We stayed one night on our we to Massachusetts. I would stay again. - Mr Van
Aug 2016 - $56.00
Heavily wooded park, grounds are very clean. Office staff was very nice and office did include a small store with the usuals. Laundry was small but clean and well kept. Wifi at our site was non existent but we were able to use Verizon hotspot. We had a nice pull thru with FHU including cable. Unfortunately the site number was posted on a tree past our site so what should have been a pull thru ended up being a back-in for our 40' coach with tow. Just one of those days.
My only real problem is the entrance to the campground. We saw no signage indicating where to stop near the office and it is very tight. So no matter what, you end up blocking traffic. Lots of seasonals here, but everyone was very friendly except the guy we blocked! - Lucky Lady from Florida
Jul 2016 - $56.00
Very welcoming. Friendly. Great service. Large, fenced, dog park for our Westie to enjoy! - GailMOH
Sep 2016 - $47.00
This is a very nice park with a camping feel. Lots of trees, spacious sites, green. Nice pull through, good hook up, etc. small dog park, but it's better than most parks. Nice disc golf area for walking the dog. Pool closed for the season. Husband showered and said it took a while for the water to heat. We only stayed one night but liked it. Wifi worked, which is unusual after spending four months on the road. - HayNan
Jul 2016 - $55.00
About 3 miles from the Thruway but easy to find. Roomy, hard packed surface, level sites under large trees. No satellite reception but 65 channels of high quality cable reception but no PBS. The best WiFi access I have ever had in a campground. I travel with a mobile hot spot because of poor campground WiFi, but I did not have to use it here. When a camper had a serious problem with the RV the staff was very helpful with repairs and got him on his way. This campground is a good base camp to tour the mid Hudson River valley. - Travlin Tarheel
Jul 2016 - $49.00
Poor outside lighting. Shower curtains too narrow and too short. Lots of roots make walking about the site difficult. Pool not supervised. - LSM55
Aug 2016 - $20.00
The resort, which you enter before going into the campground is gorgeous and one could say "classy". There is a campground behind the resort that looks like many others one would find--rustic under the trees with amenities. I think they put me in the "overflow" area. It is across the road from the main campground. Just a large field with back in spots all around. I could not find my water outlet because it had been grown over by brush. Electric on wrong end. No phone or wifi--had to go to the office to use. It was populated by a rough and somewhat messy--but friendly crowd. Learned they were stay overs from a motorcycle rally. The bath house looks to be one toilet and one shower --no separate men and women. - nanzhere
Jul 2015 - $20.00
This is a full service resort in the Catskills, with lots of activities, especially for kids. While there are over a hundred RV sites at the resort, they are scattered around on the grounds, not all grouped together. Some of the sites are very pretty and somewhat private. If the resort is full, the sites are doubled up, and your neighbors will be quite close, but otherwise, there is lots of space. The staff is great in every aspect, and there are constant patrols through the grounds, taking care of security and other matters. No reservations, but they say they can accommodate everyone with at least electric. Not all sites sewer service, and it is first come first served. There is free wifi, but it is very slow and the signal does not carry far from the common buildings. There is a weak att signal, but no verizon. This is a place for those who like lots of music and activities; others might find it a little loud at times. There is a fireworks display every tuesday night in the summer, which is quite impressive. There are frequent live music and other shows. - KAP99
Sep 2016 - $54.00
We stayed here for 8 nights, so the nightly rate is based on our weekly rate divided by 8. The CG is located close to major state roads in the SE corner of NY at the CT and MA borders. Signage is good. Interior roads are gravel and well maintained. The campground condition is superior, clean and well kept. The owners and staff are cheerful, friendly and courteous. The store is good size. Our escort was right on when parking us. Our site was a pull thru, full h/u, gravel site. It was perfectly level and long enough for my entire rig. The utilities were excellent, 30 amp provided 120 v. The site was satellite friendly and the list of cable channels was huge. We did not use the cable, wi-fi, rec-hall or pool. During season there are activities every weekend. We were here for Wizard of Oz and hot air balloons. We would return in the future. This is one of the nicest KOA's we have ever stayed at. - George316
Sep 2016 - $53.00
Camped in a 35 foot fifth wheel on site 158. Site is level, very wide & long, grassy, with high well trimmed trees providing light shade on site. Plenty of room for truck. Lanes are gravel with some dust; however, long site provided protection from billows of dust. Wi-Fi is excellent as is AT&T cell coverage. Good cable TV. Bath house has clean & private showers, but button must be pushed often to keep water flowing. Laundry house is clean. Did not use swimming pool, but looked well maintained. Baseball field; basketball court; gaga ball court; rec hall with games; exchange library; playground; horse rides, rock ban, DJ, & organized activities on holiday weekend. Campground is very quiet & dark at night, & well cared for. Staff is friendly. - Scottsdale RVers
Aug 2016 - $65.00
It would have been really nice to know the road is closed coming in from the north and the detour is about 10 miles out of the way. No indication on their website or the confirmation.
The park is very clean and the sites are large with real grass (not weeds!) They are level and very easy to get in and out of. Staff was OK at check in. Some of the folks nicer than others.
They had band on Saturday night which was fun but lightly attended (it was raining soon after they started).
The biggest complaint was there are only 6 showers for the whole park. They are unisex and excellent, although the shower itself is a bit tricky. While I was showering people kept banging on the door.
There's nothing nearby as far as stores or gas, but the KOA store has the basics. A lot of info on local towns and not too far from some quaint little places. There's a gate and if you don't put the $20 deposit for the gate key you have to call them every time you come in. - Catsinatrailer
May 2015 - $29.00
Old Rundown campground that a resort is trying to update. Would not recommend this campground at all. The clerk was suppose to be the general manager and she could not check us in correctly. We told her we wanted 30 amps and she put us in a full hook up 50 amps. The ground was unlevel on a soft grassy surface . Suppose to have cable but that did not work. No internet service at all. Only good thing was half price with Passport America rate. Stay away. - Biggyrat
Jul 2013 - $30.00
This campground is in need of a lot of updates. There are a lot of seasonal units but most of them are well kept. They have minimal activities on weekends for children. Swimming is in a lake that is not very clean. Store is minimally stocked. A pass card is required to gain entrance through the gate with a deposit required for the card. Guests are charged $8. per day to visit. Overall tired looking and unkempt. However there are plenty of sites available and the power and wifi (which costs extra) are excellent. We would probably not stay here again as there are nicer options in the area. - Landeetwo
Oct 2012 - $20.00
While this park does not have laundry facilities (there is a public one just over a mile away) it has so many other positive features that it is a great place to stay. Planned activities, lots of family oriented things going on, takeaway food available at a reasonable cost, and it is very family friendly. The managers and staff were extremely helpful and very friendly. We would definitely stay here again. We stayed three nights and the price reflects an October special for Passport America members. - Pegbag