15 RV Parks near Elizabethtown, New York
We did however find 15 campgrounds within 25 miles of Elizabethtown. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Elizabethtown in the left hand column.
Jul 2017 - $34.00
As others have said, the man owner is very nice. Old fashioned operation, requested cash, nothing computerized. Three of us stayed 4 nights. The owners seem tired and older and the entire place needs maintenance and TLC. Some sites had no numbers posted. We were crammed in next to a 5th wheel that was not backed in, so their awning, table were practically eyeball to eyeball with us. Sites are not laid out with any sense of order. Some are straight, others diagonal, not sure where one site ended and another started. No real room for us to pitch our screen room. WiFi very spotty. 95% guests look seasonal. Many unkept trailers, at least one with blue tarp, though no troublemakers. Pool had no chairs. Needed vacuum and skimming & liner coming loose in corner. Bathhouses are RUSTIC. Rough cut siding, much of it rotting.
Old amenities from a prior time, i.e., a cafe that we didn't see, the store has very little, so buy all you need before you leave home. It was quiet at night and easy to find. Good value for the price. Washer and dryers were great.
This is not Disneyland and I didn't expect it to be, but I sort of expected it to be like the website described. - NanJan
May 2017 - $15.00
It is a rustic Adirondack campground. The Owners have been running it for 25 yrs and are getting on and the weather hasn't been much help lately. But I stayed there with 2 dogs. They treated me very nicely and the place was very quiet and nice. Typical Adirondack sandy soil and big pine trees. Shower was $0.25 for approx 6 minutes. Plenty of time. Temperature adjustable. I stayed in an Aframe trailer and drove through to my back in site. :-). Nothing really close, but 30 minutes away is a lot. Ferry to Vermont is only 10 miles and only $10 per car. - GoingNoWhereFast
Jul 2016 - $40.00
The park is beginning to show some wear and tear. I can imagine in the 80's it was quite lovely. The couple that owns it are delightful. Many of the campers are seasonal Canadians who must come down frequently on the weekends from the Montreal area. It was extremely quiet during our stay during the weekdays. Sites are large with electric (plenty of amperage), sewer (worked perfectly) and water. There are several 150 square-foot cabins for rent too.
The location is nice if you are interested in getting into the High Peaks to do some hiking or sight seeing.
The campground has a little camp store that has some odds and ends, ice and firewood.
We have a well-equipped fifth wheel and I'm not big on amenities, so for us this was quite lovely. Don't expect luxury and you'll be just fine. - Johnboronkay
Jul 2017 - $38.00
We stayed 6 nights and paid $38/night. No tax. If you pay for 6 nights, you get the 7th free but unfortunately we couldn't stay the full 7 nights. Reservation process was easy and check-in efficient. We were led to our site, which was level and spacious. We recommend to unhook your toad by the office. All hookups worked perfectly. WiFi was better than most campgrounds. Verizon cell and Verizon data service worked well. We had a clear sky for DirecTV signal. We found this campground to be a slice of heaven. The owners are lovely. There are many seasonals. By "seasonal", I'm referring to folks who live within a few hours and keep a camper here for use as a summer home. All campers are clean and well-kept, including pretty flowers and landscaping. Everyone is super friendly and helpful. There is a large grassy area for volleyball, badminton, etc (equipment is free to use). We enjoyed the beautiful grounds and our partial view of Lake Champlain. Barber Homestead was exactly what we needed at exactly the right time. We're so glad to have discovered it and would love to return one day (and next time we'll stay much longer!). Highly recommend. - GottaGoNow
Jul 2017 - $30.00
We stayed here for a week while seeing the area. Very nice owners. Right on Lake Champlain. Site was nice-long and level, spacious, good. Everything neat and orderly, well maintained. Laundry convenient. Not a lot to do in the area and no stores nearby. Wifi and cell signal weak. Quiet place to relax-no tv. Went to Ft. Ticonderoga and saw a reenactment and took the ferry to Burlington to the Shelburne Museum-interesting. - slj
Jun 2017 - $36.00
We were in a 40 ft motorhome. One tight turn that the owner explained how to best navigate, otherwise easy to drive. Very clean, helpful owners. Site was fairly level and noticed the sites were leveled with a grader as people left the park. It's about one half hour drive to Ticonderoga and the ferry. Pretty views on Lake Champlain. Quiet area, no cable but good satellite reception. Verizon hot spot worked well. Would stay here again. - Jim and Susan
Sep 2015 - $27.00
We stayed on a weekday so the park was mostly empty. Great water and mountain views. Good canoeing. Our site had no hookups. We did not use the public toilets, so I have no comment. Fresh water and dump station access was good. Access roads within the park were good. Every site was level. There no TV reception using a standard amplified antenna. - R V Camper
Sep 2015 - $27.00
Rate reflects required reservation fee which makes it a bit 'high' for no hook-ups. Add $2 for site with 'lake view' and No senior discounts. Activities and sites etc. remain as previous reviews. Most all sites in the big loop are in an open area good for solar and satellite, and would accommodate most any size rig despite the on-line suggestions. Fuel and grocery services are a bit away. Pool is only 3 feet deep, left over from the Girl Scout Park days. I liked this park as evidently do many 'locals' on the weekends, and would stay again for several days to make the daily average fee more reasonable. - SailorGolf
Aug 2015 - $25.00
Beautiful location but not good if you want any hookups. Very few trees so in 95 degree summer weather our MH got too hot. Very little shade. The view from our site was worth staying for a few days but we were traveling with dogs and the MH just got too hot. There is limited generator use and for us it wasn't enough. Try and get site T52, unbelievable view. - The Sandbox
Aug 2016 - $26.00
We used this location as a base to explore the Adirondack Mountains, the Lake Placid, Tupper Lake, and Fort Ticonderoga area. The hosts were nice, and very accommodating. Our first site, A1, was too close to some trees so we couldn't get a signal with out satellite dish which is on the front third of the roof. We were allowed to move to site 49B and satellite reception was excellent.
We had 50 amp, and great water pressure, but there is no sewer at individual sites. There is a dump station acr0ss from the city water treatment facility on the entrance/exit road. I believe there was a pump-out vendor available for a fee. We didn't use it.
It appeared the majority of the park was seasonal sites, which were kept well for the most part. We didn't spend much time in the park, as we were out seeing the area. This is not a 5 star resort, but it served our purpose. - therealSimpsons
Jul 2017 - $20.00
Incredible scenery with the fort across the road and the lighthouse and pier. The grassy sight look great but turn to mud when it rains causing my truck to get stuck [luckily it stopped raining and I got it out the next day] and the rangers said they will not help me get out, I needed to call a tow truck if I couldn't get out. The showers were disgustingly dirty with bugs under the mats. I would go for the day use area but won't camp there again. - Tim 1 - camper_
Sep 2015 - $27.00
Rate reflects required 'reservation fee'. Good home base to visit Fort Crown Point and Fort Ticonderoga ( 20 min. drive ). No easy fuel or grocery so plan ahead. Sites are grass and of many varied sizes with most being somewhat shaded from solar and satellite. I saw a few big rigs come in so must be sites somewhere in the park that work. No 'organized' site access meaning pretty much just pull into grass sites and make it work with lots of 'leveling' needed. Very popular with locals on weekends. - SailorGolf
Oct 2016 - $45.00
This is a large, beautiful campground next to the AuSable River. Campsites are set among tall trees. No highway noise. We liked it so much we extended our stay. Office staff was very helpful. - Ardi
Oct 2016 - $40.00
Great park. Very woodsy. Reminded me of State Park. Not too many people so super private. Walking trails to river. Plenty of room for big rigs. - Paige Taylor
Oct 2016 - $55.00
Nice KOA in the mountains. Only issue: it is not as "big rig" friendly as it could be. Lots of trees, and extremely tight turns. Was very hard to navigate with a 42' 5th wheel towed by a 2016 Denali 3500. Park is mostly dirt and sandy base with gravel roadways. Park has good internet but absolutely NO cell phone coverage. - usamacdonald2
Sep 2016 - $32.00
The park was easy to access considering the back roads of Vermont. It is right on Lake Champlain with the entrance road running between the lake and the park. Most of the sites are seasonal with a smaller number reserved for "overnighters". Utilities were easy to access. Do not recall that they had wifi--Verizon worked nominally, if I recall correctly. My site was very short with a hill right behind which left my front end almost in the road--and I am only 24 ft. It was also very unlevel. However, all that is worth putting up with being so close to the lake and just down the road from the Lake Champlain bridge. The park itself is pleasant and tidy. Although I was not thrilled with my site, the lake is beautiful, the visit was pleasant and I would definitely return. - nanzhere
Jun 2016 - $28.00
We have been camping here for 3-4 years and have to say, the owners take pride in keeping their campground meticulously kept. Bathrooms are clean and the owners are seen mowing lawns and improving the campground constantly. The pool is the cleanest we've ever used. But they enforce no splashing/diving and other rules strictly for the enjoyment and protection of all their campers. We've never had a problem. One issue that is more problematic (I could be wrong) is the lower level where one would pitch a tent (which is where we camp) due to the swampy area behind seems to have a lot of mosquitoes. One site is very hilly and not recommended but the others are well manicured and kept. The seasonal campers are very friendly and their prices are reasonable. - dneilson2
Jul 2012 - $30.00
A nice view from our site, which was A2 if I remember correctly. We could look out over Lake Champlain, but also had the propane tank and a scummy pond as part of our view. On check in the owner (wife) told us this was the most level site for us and that is why she put us here. She told us to stay on the "sewer" site and that would be best to get level. After about an hour of backing in and out, her husband came out and assisted us. We have been RVing for many years, and backing into a sight is not a problem. We just never could get level on this site. When we were somewhat level, we gave up. We had two beautiful shade trees, but the problem was that we could not position the RV to allow room for the awning to be put out. We decided to just deal with this and stay the two nights we had planned. However, after about an hour and our power coming on for about 15-30 seconds and then going out, we were miserable. I went to the office to ask what to do and was directed to the husband. He told me it was because we were running ac/refrigerator/hot water heater on 30amp. For the past three weeks we had stayed on 30amp sites, so we knew this was not the problem. He also told us the people before us had no problem. He had us turn off the hot water heater, but the problem continued. After he checked everything out, he realized they were not getting the full 30amp from the power company and there was nothing to do. The entire park was on low voltage. He did apologize and refunded us the money for both nights, although his wife thought we should be able to deal with this. It was in the high 90's and our pets were beginning to show signs of heat exhaustion and we were so hot we could not stay. So at 5 pm we had to pack up, hook the car up and look for another place to stay. We were very disappointed and didn't like that at first we were treated like we didn't know what we were doing. Also, the wife told us she didn't know of any other campgrounds anywhere nearby. Luckily we knew of one less than 30 minutes away and they were able to accommodate us. If they could fix the voltage problem, this may be an OK place, but we didn't even get to walk around the park and we were right beside the office, so we cannot say anything about the park. It did appear there were mostly seasonal sites and they were very close together with all kinds of stuff around and under the trailers there. Close to the NY-VT bridge over Lake Champlain, but I would not recommend this park to anyone. - SkipperLee
Oct 2017 - $49.00
Very nice campground in a beautiful area. The 100 acre wood campsites are in a hardwood forest-our stay was in the height of the fall color season. Our pull thru site was level. Friendly and helpful staff. We were escorted to our campsite. - Rich and Judith
Sep 2017 - $45.00
There are 2 areas. We stayed in the 100 acre area, Down the road about 100 yards from the office. This area has a lot of trees and almost all pull troughs. I enjoyed the great hiking trails that can be entered directly from the campground. Lake Placid is the big attraction for the area and is a lot of fun. This place has the best WIFI of any RV park I have been in, strong and fast. Only complaint is they do not keep all of the bathrooms in operation and on the weekend lines develop. - mroswell
Sep 2017 - $49.00
Nice park, I stayed in the section down by the river and had great wifi and satellite access. All sites in this side (there's another part of the campground across the highway) are back-ins and back to a forest with trails down to the river. Everything worked well, I would definitely stay here again. - ldukeb
Sites: 170 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 12 Reviews
Sep 2016 - $51.00
Nice park nestled in amongst huge Hemlock trees. We were the only campers for two of our three nights. Staff were friendly. Access to the park and the site was ok. However, we really are a big-rig and the trees need trimming. We mentioned this to staff as we were leaving but not sure they took the request to heart.
This was our first experience with Yogi. It is definitely geared for campers with small children. If that is you this place would be great as they have plenty of activities for children...in season.
For us, I would not want to be here in peak season. - Moe and Flo are on the go
May 2015 - $34.00
Easy access and big rig friendly with level sites. Advertised free cable and wifi. There was five cable channels and you had to sign into wifi every hour. Wifi was slow and unreliable. The park was good for walking dog but had no dog park. Water pressure could have been stronger. The showers were good. The swimming pool was good and heated. Washers and dryers worked good. Staff was excellent. - Fulltimersrv
Aug 2014 - $55.00
Overall our stay was good. We asked to change sites and they were very accommodating. The one big problem I have is their firewood policy, which is no outside firewood, even right outside their gate. Then they charge $8 for small bundle of wood, good for about a 90-minute fire. - cptjoe
May 2009 - $40.00
This looks like a down-in-the-heels mobile home park with a lower area field for RVs. The best part is, it's only a few miles from the village of Lake Placid. There is nothing closer. - User424