Laundry was good. Site was a mud hole. Office staff was not very helpful. We paid more than we ever have and received less value than ever before. We camped at Alpine Lake Camping Resort in a Motorhome.
Dirtiest restrooms / showers / laundry room that I've ever encountered in my many years of RVing. Dead and live bugs in all facilities. Same ones were there the next day. Old cobwebs hanging in many areas Electric was supposed to be 30 amp but kept tripping the breaker even with no A/C or TV running. I will never stay here again. We camped at Alpine Lake Camping Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $50.00
We spent a week here in August. I love this place. I only gave it a 9 because they didn't have internet access from your campsite. I had to go to the store or the pool. We were on site 262. I found this place clean, campsite level, nice store, mostly paved roads. People were very friendly, 3 playgrounds, 2 pools cabins looked nice. The laundry room was fine, it needed a deep cleaning. They have a trolley that will take you to Lake George or to Saratoga, we never used it we preferred to drive, you have to sign up for the trolley in the morning if you want to go to either of these places. The number of people who can use the trolley is limited they only have 1 trolley for the size of the campground. We never used it so I can't say much about it, only that I did see the trolley at the campground alot. They had some activities on the weekends: Movie night on Thursday, Bingo on Sunday and Friday. We don't have kids but I did see some activities going on for them. We were here for the horse races it would have been nice to have racing programs available at the store. We went to Saratoga Springs for dinner one night, beautiful town, restaurants, shops, street musicians. I found a racing program at the Border's. We'll be going back next year bringing family, they can rent the cabins and we'll be in our trailer. We camped at Alpine Lake Camping Resort in a Travel Trailer.
I did not care for this campground as an older adult without children. Campsites are shaded but mostly dirt and not well laid out. They are also very close together. It’s very crowded, mostly because of the large number of visitors allowed and cars line every inch of the roads. Too many golf carts going all over the place. Can’t people walk anymore? It does have 2 nice lakes stocked with fish and the kids seem to enjoy themselves. Need more trash dumpsters as they only had 1 location and that was very far away. I would not camp here again as an adult. If you have kids, you would probably enjoy it. We camped at Alpine Lake Camping Resort in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2009 - $56.00
This should not be called a "resort". No escort to your site, and we were given incorrect directions to ours that led us down a one way road. It was supposed to be a pull-through site, but instead was a pull in and back out site. Campers are crammed in so much so that a tractor has to park and remove some trailers. For the size of the park the facilities are few and far between, not to mention unkempt. We were told cable was available when we booked, but it turns out it wasn't yet installed in our area when we arrived. The only real plus we found was the ability to bike many trails. We must be missing something because there are many seasonal campers. We consider this a "one and done" visit. We camped at Alpine Lake Camping Resort in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2009 - $69.00
Camping here in anything bigger than a tent is a problem. The campground has severe electrical problems. When we complained, we were told by maintenance that the whole campground should be rewired and that management is aware of this problem and does nothing about it. It is a very noisy campground; quiet time does not exist. In fact no one follows any of the rules of the park. This is a problem since there are 500 sites. Poorly run establishment. We camped at Alpine Lake Camping Resort in a Motorhome.
Kayak and fisher's dream. Two small lakes, mostly paved roads and fair sized sites. Lots and lots of seasonal sites, not too many transient that we saw. All sites are clean and well kept. Bike riders and walkers have plenty to do. The kids will be happy. We camped at Alpine Lake Camping Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: October, 2008 - $55.00
The park was very clean. We enjoyed beautiful views from our site on the lake. Pretty pricey though as we paid $55.00. There is a charge of $3.00 per day "service fee" in addition to daily rate. Great place to enjoy wonderful sites and there is plenty to do if you kayak or fish. The kids love it! We camped at Alpine Lake Camping Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2008 - $52.00
Alpine Lake was once again a pleasure to visit after several years. It's kept consistently clean and updated. The kids love all the activities and the views are lovely. We camped at Alpine Lake Camping Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2008 - $55.00
This is a beautiful park with many pluses. There are two large lakes with scenic views of the surrounding mountains. The park is very clean and the management was very helpful. Most of the sites seem to be seasonal but there are good sites available for short term stays. Interior roads are paved. Some roads are one-way and could be marked better. Cable is available only at the premium sites by the lake. Satellite is limited by trees on some sites. The price seemed a little high to us, especially since we visited in the off season, but the price is in line with other parks in the area. For families who use the amenities, the price is justified. WiFi is available through Tengo. There is a small restaurant on site, in season, which has good, basic short order. Other local restaurants are sparse. Golfers will love Brookhaven located 5 miles south. We camped at Alpine Lake Camping Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
We've camped at Alpine Lake before and have always been satisfied with the site we had. It is a good size campground with several seasonal sites that are well maintained. There is a lot to do for the kids, plus some real good fishing. The only negative thing i could say was that i was very surprised to see how fast some of the seasonal campers drive in spite of the speed bumps. Overall, i would highly recommend Alpine Lake. We camped at Alpine Lake Camping Resort in a Travel Trailer.
Calls itself a Resort and charges Resort prices. Our site had no cable and no WiFi. Over all a good campground but not enough services to call itself a resort or charge as much as it does. Way overpriced for the park. We camped at Alpine Lake Camping Resort in a Fifth Wheel.