9 Parks near Cold Brook, New York
Sep 2012 - $22.00
Our site was level with plenty of room. Campground has lots of trees. The interior roads are dirt with gravel. Electrical power, water and sewer are good. The staff was very friendly. - jim65
Aug 2012 - $38.00
There are many seasonal RVs, that appear to be in their campsite year around. The interior roads are basically dirt with a little gravel. They are very rough (ruts) in many areas. Roads are narrow and make it difficult driving to your site. The camp sites are dirt with a very little grass, the area has many trees. The water pressure is on the low side while the electrical power is good. Verizon cell service is low in the area and conversations break up. The Internet service is okay but available just near the office. There is a new heated swimming pool and it is very nice. We camped here three nights. It appears to be over priced for the quality of the campground. The staff was very friendly. - flrop
Sep 2011 - $37.00
We camp with a 33’ft fifth wheel at full-hookup sites with Electric, water and sewer. We try to provide quick, objective reviews of campgrounds. Spent two days here in September 2011. Level, average-sized campsite. Friendly staff. On Kayuta Lake with boat launch, dock for seasonal boats, and a nice swimming beach. Kayak rental. Mostly shaded lots. Seasonal campsites were well kept. Small trash receptacles all around the campground, which were emptied regularly. Bathroom facilities were nice. Nice road to walk dog near the “rally field” and pavilion. Lots of recreational facilities. Roads were narrow; difficult to maneuver RV. If you have a spare day, visit the Pixley Falls State park. We recommend this campground. - FifthWheel Travelers
Jul 2016 - $32.00
This campground is located at the southern edge of the Adirondack Mountains, surrounded by farmland. It is owned and operated by a very nice couple. It has mostly shaded sites with a few out in the open. The driveways are gravel and site pads are mostly grass. We had a large back in site with 30 amp electric full hookups. There is a bath house and laundry that were kept clean. They offer free WiFi but it is available only near the office. Since we were there over the 4th of July weekend, the campground was almost full with lots of families (and lots of barking dogs) but it was a generally positive and friendly experience. AT&T signal strength here was -93 dBm, good. We paid $32 per night. - Coopsecondact
Aug 2015 - $35.00
Passport America-but only on weekdays. It is a narrow road leading up to the campground, but no problem. We came in a hour earlier than check in and the manager was very unhappy about this and made sure we knew it. The campground has several distinct areas for camping. Some areas are in the trees and the sites are very close together. The area we were in was more like an open field of grass. The sites around us were very large, definitely set up for the larger rigs. We were thankful to be in this area. There was plenty of room in the site for the truck, 5th wheel and jeep. There are gravel and dirt roads through the campground and they were not well maintained. Each site had a picnic table. Pool was cold and very small. We were able to get Verizon signal using a booster-nothing without the booster. Good DirecTV satellite signal because we were in the area outside the trees. Nothing great, but it is a fine place to stop and rest for a few days. - GLPColorado
Aug 2015 - $19.00
Tough campground to rate. At times if felt cliquish. Most of the campers know each other and it felt to me that you really have to stay a couple or so months or perhaps seasons to fit in.
The lady at the office while very friendly seemed somewhat passive aggressive about many things. On one hand she wasn't sure we could stay past 2 wks using the PA rate as there was a chance we would be forced to move when the time came for other campers, but when the time came, almost no one would show up because of alleged cancellations, thus we were allowed to stay past 2wks at a PA rate. I wish she was a little more upfront with her rates policy as their website says nothing about how long one can stay using the PA rate. Even so, we were allowed to stay nearly a month at the PA rate. She mentioned in passing other campgrounds we could try when I went up to the office to pay for another week. Perhaps a passive aggressive way of hinting to us to move on. Even so she allowed us to pay late many times, without a word or care, which seemed odd, but it's their laid back kind of way.
The recreational center was free with a ton of toys. They have a nice lounge with all kinds of movies and books. Nice store. Wifi is good at the Rec room and ok in the first 5 or so spots by an open field.
They have over 3 miles of nature trails and almost no light pollution making wonderful star gazing. One can hear all kinds of animal sounds at night. It's a very quiet campground, even on the weekends. Not many kids but some of which are seasonal or rent by the month. Our kids enjoyed playing with 3 girls that rent by the month, and were not happy to leave them.
Overall the place is laid back, but felt a little cliquish to me. Like a unique community. I liked it, I didn't like it at times. It was weird and unique all at the same time. I would visit again, even if I'm not sure they would want me to visit again. But I think they would. - mynyel
Aug 2015 - $60.00
We had a river front site. It was very large and shady but quite uneven and sandy. The river is scenic but very busy with tubing and noisy. This site would be best as a destination for the river activities but also served us okay as an overnight stop. - SKT
Aug 2015 - $43.00
This park sits along a curve of West Canada Creek. We stayed in an open field area on a busy weekend, there were more shaded sites, some water front, many of the shaded sites did not have sewer. Beautiful clean pool, staff very friendly and helpful. Road are gravel and easy to navigate. Great location to explore this part of the adirondacks. - sam and hope
Jun 2015 - $40.00
The sites were very spacious and clean. Most of the park is covered in pine trees, the other part is open grassy areas. There is fishing in the creek, and fishing supplies at the store. They have a shuttle service to go tubing down the river, with tube rental available. We went in the bigining of the week and there was minimal campers. They do have seasonal campers which were equally nice sites. Firewood was available, and a ice cream shop on site that also did some hot food. Staff was friendly and accommodating when we couldn't arrive until after office hours. - Mocha22
Jun 2016 - $56.00
We were in the best site in the campground, number 374. It was newly graveled, and appeared to be the only one that wasn't all dirt. I was very happy that we got it, as I hate to live on dirt. That being said, we noticed that sites are raked and cleaned before each new camper.
The site is on the small lake, that is quite beautiful. The sites are heavily wooded (no satellite reception).
NO ONE IS ALLOWED TO RUN THE A/C! And if you do, it has to be on your own generator, not during quiet hours. Thank goodness it was cool while we were there. But after we left, temps jumped up into the 90s. We would have been miserable.
The camp store is big and full of stuff. Staff is great. - User2989
Nov 2015 - $45.00
One of the few parks open all year round. Popular for snow mobilers in the winter. Our site backed up to the lake and was very private. Nice trees for summer shade! They also have a big store area with a nice tv lounge/laundry which is heated & has good wifi so was nice to hang out while doing laundry. - chasing60
Aug 2014 - $45.00
We really enjoyed our 2 nights here. In addition to RV and tent sites, there are cabins and cottages. We stayed in a nice full hookup site in the 700 section. These sites were shaded and nicely spaced. The ful hookup sites on the other side of the park were pretty tight other than the waterfront sites. There is a shuttle bus that runs to the water park next door, but it was an easy walk as well. The restrooms were clean and well-maintained even though the park was packed. It was also an easy walk into town. - chris_in_pa
Sep 2015 - $50.00
Lovely place. It really offers an experience of relaxation and vacation. The camp is on the river shore surrounded by great foliage. There is a very nice beach and the grounds are nicely kept.
Since we were there at the end of September, the occupancy was low, which we loved.
The staff was very nice and the location was good, close to Old Forge.
We would definitely stay there again. - Catalina W
Jul 2008 - $45.00
I just recently stayed at the camp and felt compelled to write a review after I found many bad reviews of this campground. We had nothing but a grand time at the campground. We tent camped and had a site right on the river. It was absolutely beautiful. The owners of the campground were extremely friendly and went out of their way to make sure our stay was happy and safe. To the point when we were heading to the trash dumpster they saw we were struggling with a big bag and drove us over to the dumpster in their golf cart! I have gone to many campgrounds in New York and found the bathrooms at Singing Waters to be the cleanest I have ever seen and when I went to use the facilities in the morning there was someone always in there cleaning. On our site we were able to put two good size tents, a screen house and two cars. If you plan on staying at Singing Waters spend the extra money for a river site. You will not be disappointed. - geanbean75
Aug 2005 - $31.00
I found the owners of this camp to be extremely friendly. They clearly wanted to be helpful, and that goes a long way with me. Unfortunately, the sites are extremely close to one another. The clientele when we were there was LOUD, drunken and uncouth. We retreated a day early as a result. The bathrooms were very dirty. - SharonB
Jul 2015 - $20.00
A real gem at the edge of Adirondack Park! The facility is a wide open space with shade trees around the perimeter. The park road is gravel and plenty wide. Sites are grass with pedestal conveniently located in the rear. Most sites are level, requiring no more that a 2" board or block to level. A few sites at the lower end are soft after heavy rain. Full hookups are available with 30 & 50 amp plugs. There are also sites with no hookups or electric only for boondocking or tents. Satellite access is easy and AT&T service is good.
The park has a recreation room available that is used for square dancing on the weekends. There is a plumbed restroom and a shower facility.
There is no web site for this park. The managers quickly responded to phone messages and were very accommodating during our stay.
Basic campground but a great bargain, convenient location and wonderful hosts. - Rod n Mary
Oct 2014 - $47.00
This is one of the nicest KOAs we've stayed in. Very pretty park alongside a river. The Herkimer Diamond Mine/Museum is across the street which is interesting and you can mine for Herkimers (actually quartz) if you like to bust rocks with a small sledge hammer. Wi-Fi was smokin', and the staff was very friendly. It's a very pleasant place to visit. Highly recommended. - Jayco1
Sep 2014 - $35.00
If there were a 20 on the scale this park would get it. We only intended to stay one night but stayed two because it was so nice. Extremely friendly staff, beautiful surroundings, and lots of amenities. Great place for families. No doubt would return again. - pkd31780
Aug 2014 - $39.00
This campground in far from KOA quality. Campground needs much TLC. In many areas, lawn/weed and campsites need maintenance. Many campsites were close together. Some pull-thru sites are available. Our campsite was all mud, unlike many of the other sites which were rock. During a minor rain storm, we had mud flowing through our site down to the river. We watched our doormat float away. DirecTV (free standing satellite) had no issue. Wi-Fi was weak and not reliable. Verizon phones were able to get a weak 4g signal. Electricity at the sites is spotty. There are 2 sites per power post and we lost power twice, which required a reset at the “main” breaker by the office. Campground provides breakfast delivery (prices kinda high) to your campsite. KOA convenience store was available, but pricey. Campground is 10 min. from major grocery store, food and gas stations. The campground is 20 min. from major highway. We utilized this location to take a cruise on the Erie Canal. Campground includes a kid’s playground, pool, laundry, bikes to rent and a Frisbee golf course. A large river flows through this campground, which people were using to float (tube) down and fish. - HappyCampers227
Dec 2015 - $50.00
We had a pull though site for a one night stop. The site was level and everything functioned well. The campground is mostly suited to families with younger children. The pool and river were busy on a hot August day and many of the children were less than supervised which made for a noisy campground. Still, a solid overall KOA experience for our overnight stay. - SKT
Aug 2015 - $52.00
Only stayed one night but we're very impressed by variety available. Lots of beautiful sites from big rig pull throughs to tent sites in own isolated area. Riverside and meadow. Huge variety of kamping kabins with solar powered, observatory, etc. Lots of activities. Float down the river, dig for diamonds, see a movie, pancake breakfast, kids crafts, swimming pool, even a community garden. Site was wide and level with easy in and out. Went to the gift shop, restaurant, and museum which are all part of the resort. Very clean. Delightful stay. - Hartleyfam
May 2011 - $48.00
This KOA is the most friendliest place to stay. There is a ton of things for the kids and family to do. It is very clean and the staff is extremely friendly. From the time you check in until the time you leave, they are very eager to make sure your stay is pleasant. We have stayed here many times over the past 3 years, and have always been very happy and can't wait to return. This is a must try for the family: worth every minute. - bumpy