1 Park near Croton on Hudson, New York
Jul 2015 - $50.00
This is a great place to stay in an RV to visit NYC. The campground is quiet and clean. We did not swim, but it said you can only swim while lifeguards are on duty and we never saw them on duty.
The only draw back is the walk to the train station. It is a 1 1/2 mile walk mainly through the park to the train station which doesn't seem too bad except it was July and very hot and humid. Especially after walking in NYC all day it was a hard walk home. If we go back I would probably call a cab to take us from the station to the campground.
When you ride the train into NYC it is about 45 min and takes you into Grand Central Station. It is a great alternative to driving!
The campground has full hookups, but no wifi or cable. Not an issue when you're gone all day. We did get many channels over the air using our antenna. Overall a great, quiet place to stay while visiting NYC. - Amanda C
Jul 2015 - $50.00
A hidden gem of a campground, right next to the MetroNorth train
line into New York City. Spacious sites, gravel and grass, lots of
trees, and paved roads
Only 30 AMP electric in all sites. Right on the Hudson River,
beach and picnic grounds nearby to the campground. The park is
City Owned, well run and well maintained. - macandphyl
Jun 2015 - $33.00
We were here for 17 days both visiting New York and Hyde Park and West Point. This is a marvelous center for traveling to all three of these. The level, treed sites are rock, have a picnic table, spaced out, have good hook-ups with 30 A and are just delightful. There is no wi-fi and no cable but we had some over the air stations.
Getting to New York took about 45 minutes by train and costs $5.00 on weekends and $9.00 on weekdays and between $30 and $40 depending upon your age. The station is about 1 1/2 miles from the park and there is ample parking (you might have to use the north side of the street.)
There are nice trail through the park. - swike