12 RV Parks near Endicott, New York
Aug 2017 - $37.00
For the past 20+ years I have stayed here when in the area. Quiet, very well kept, always excellent electric so no worries about appliances. Personally, I like that the hosts run a 'tight ship' and it helps make for a nice and secure stay. Knowing if there is something getting loud or privileges being abused and it will be taken care of, usually without having to notify them is great. Bottom line, it is their property, they expect it to be respected and I have NO problem with that. Very friendly and more than willing to help accommodate your needs. Always enjoy going back. - Mike 45
Sep 2016 - $40.00
So we ended up here quit by accident. The campground we reserved was really in the woods and had no cell service. I work from the road so I must have cell.
The park is family run and in a beautiful location. Owners were quite nice.
However, you really have to want to go here as it is not exceptionally convenient. Do NOT go up RT 26 if you are in a big-rig as there is a railroad trestle with just 12.5 feet of clearance. Call them for directions.
Large site, beautiful lake, big fish, great trail, beautiful flowers.
Sites were not exceptionally roomy but there were not many people during our visit so it wasn't an issue.
Sites are grass. Our rig is 21000 pounds and we did sink in just a bit but not a problem.
Once you arrive, you will really enjoy! - Moe and Flo are on the go
Aug 2016 - $42.00
Very very nice, clean. quiet campground. Great hospitality! Hay wagon family rides, lots of fish and adorable visiting ducks! Roads were not as bad as in reviews, actually in very good condition. As expert camper, we have seen much worse roads. This campground is highly recommended. We will be returning. Thank you! - Steve Bonnie Iannone
Aug 2017 - $25.00
We spent 4 days in pull-thru site #52 that was FHU in full sun. The neighbors were close on the sewer/elec. side with more room on the opposite side with the firepit / picnic table. We then spent a week on FHU site #38 that was huge with some nice shade and lots of grass for the schnauzer to roll in. This is a great park, but it is "first come first served"with no reservations. We've always gotten a campsite, just not always the most desired when arriving on a weekend. - Appleknocker
Aug 2017 - $25.00
The daily rate is $30 for a 50 amp, FHU site. The monthly rate is $720 for 28 days ($25.71/day). All sites on the upper level are paved. The pavement is too short and narrow for most Class A motorhomes, but it works. We had good Verizon cell/internet reception and good DishTV satellite reception. Hickories Park is owned by the Town of Owego and is very well maintained. We would stay here again. - Dave51
Aug 2017 - $25.00
This is one of the most beautiful parks we have stayed in, but also the one with the MOST TRAINS, Day and night. The park is owned by the town of Owego and is huge and very well maintained. There is something for everyone here...pavilions, boat ramp, soccer fields, playground, the best dog parks I have ever seen (I don't have a dog) but it was so nice that I had to see it for myself. I called Saturday morning to see if there would be any sites for that night, and, fortunately, a man answered saying he was on his way out for the weekend, but there was one spot left at site 1. He told us what to do for a self check-in. The site had 30 amp, water and sewer and two large trees that we cautiously maneuvered between so our 13'6" high fifth wheel wouldn't damage the roof, etc. The site was paved and nice and shady. The water pressure is very good. No wifi or cable, but Verizon worked well and we got about 6 channels with the antenna. NOW, my only other complaint is there was only one dumpster in the whole HUGE park, and it is nowhere near your way out of the park. You have to go to a dead end road past the dog parks and I would not recommend doing that with your RV attached. No good place to turn it around. We rode our cart around the park looking for the dumpster and could not figure out why it was there. However, since this park has lots of day users, there are signs everywhere saying to carry your trash out. I imagine a dumpster would fill up every day if it was located where it should be. - Ginny H
Sep 2017 - $25.00
This is a terrible park for RV's. The open grass/mud field has a few W/E (30A) posts around the perimeter, but sites are not delineated and the power has no breaker switch so you have to plug in hot. The field is not level and has some deep pits to maneuver through. To get to the park you have to navigate a narrow uphill rutted gravel road with tree branches taking swipes at your rig. The park is way out in the boonies. It is a Passport America park but after the discount they then tack on a $10 fee for electricity use, basically negating the discount. I tried to extend my leveling jacks (40' class A mh) but they just extended underground about 8" deep. They don't even provide garbage cans/dumpsters, but tell you they are a "carry in, carry out" park. We were dead dog tired or would have pulled down the road and found a wide spot in town. Don't waste your time or money here. - rvrrat520
Aug 2015 - $28.00
This park is truly off the beaten path. It is very secluded, and has miles of walking trails.
It is difficult to get to, as there is a steep washed out driveway. If you have 4 wheel drive- low range, that is a plus. The owners are very friendly and helpful.
We stayed there for a week in September, 2014 and it was one of the most relaxing weeks we have had in a long time.
There are no sewer hookups, and the dump station looks very hard to get to.
If you want to get away from the hustle and bustle, and back to nature, this is the place to do it. There is a laundry in Candor, and a little ways further is the sweet little town of Owego. - Jimal
Jul 2017 - $29.00
Stayed on the Chipmunk Loop. Lots of trees. Sites are decently spaced. There are more 30 amp sites than 50 amp. Some sites are more level than others, so bring blocks. The roads in the camping loops are paved, which makes it nice for walking/biking, and of course no dust. There is another loop, higher up in the park past the swimming area. Those sites have fewer trees, but they also appeared less level and really didn't have privacy between sites. The lake is nice for swimming. The swimming area is divided into sections with lifeguards at each section, so little ones can be separate from older swimmers. It's a sandy bottom and the one section has a diving board. The only thing we didn't care for was that the area directly surrounding the water is concrete, not sand. So if you want to sit while out of the water, you have to go to the grassy lawn area adjacent to the concrete. In other words, there isn't a "beach" for kids to play in the sand right before the water. Just down from the beach is the boat rental and launch to put in your own kayaks/canoes. When we were there, we couldn't drive all the way up to the launch area; there was a barricade. That meant carrying in our kayaks--all 3 of them from the parking area. I couldn't see any reason why that was blocked off. Most inconvenient. Restrooms are older, but clean. Only 2 showers, but plenty of toilet stalls. In my opinion, they could take out a toilet stall or 2 and add showers. Water pressure/temp was fine; even a bit hot. Even with trees we could get local TV stations out of Binghamton. We plan on staying here again next year. - LibraryMom
Aug 2014 - $33.00
We camped here for the first time. We stayed in the Pine Bluffs loop on an electric site. It was shady and not too close to the neighbors. Other sites in the same loop were more open. There is a nice golf course in the park. The Pine Bluffs loop was walking distance to both the golf course and the beach area. We only stayed one night, but on a longer stay I would have like to rent a canoe or kayak to check out the lake. The only down side was that the shower had a push-button timer that only let the water run for about 45 sec. Also, there was limited hooks/shelf/bench to keep stuff dry while showering. However, the bathrooms were clean. - chris_in_pa
Jun 2014 - $23.00
I knew I would not get a site with electric hookup when I showed up but I wanted to stay at this park anyhow. So I chose a site in the Sunrise section (ranger stated it was more private spots). I stayed in site 6. It was a great spot. My 39' RV fit easily and any 45' would fit as well in this spot. It was nice and shady, had a lot of privacy, and was very level. The park is a nice park, not really large, but big enough. Riding bicycles within the park is great as the roads were empty most of the time. There was a beach area and lots of families were at the park enjoying a lot of the activities. There is a dump station with potable water. The water faucets throughout the park had no hose hookup so keep that in mind if you think you'll need water. The rangers and their help were very friendly and quite helpful. I would camp here again as I'd like to stay in one of the electric sites instead of boon docking for three days like I did. - Carl & Birds
Jul 2017 - $36.00
We would stay here again. You can tell when you walk around that this campground used to be a destination when it was in its prime. You can just hear the whispers of camp stories as you walk around the 4 small ponds, play fields, camp store, overgrown trees, or community shelter. Although it is a nice little place to stay, much of it is dated or seen better days. The roads are rough and worn. Some sites are small and difficult to enter. There are a lot of seasonal RVs. We stayed in a Travel Trailer in the Seasonal section. - Next Mission
Jun 2017 - $40.00
Fine for a one night layover. Lots of long term residential but were segregated from the other campers. We were in pull through 1 which was convenient to the laundry. - GMS Lucy
May 2017 - $44.00
When we arrived at the Park my mom went in to register and was met by a newer employee who was quite pleasant. The owner came in and was quite the opposite, very short with everyone and rather rude. Now the park itself was clean and well taken care of. But if you need assistance with anything, good luck. The morning we were leaving we discovered our RV had a flat tire; being from Canada our cell phones did not work in the park. We went to the office to discover it wasn't open until 1pm, but the owner saw us outside and rudely asked us what we were doing. We explained about needing to use the phone to get someone to fix our tire and she very reluctantly allowed us to call a toll-free number. Her husband then came out and was just as unwelcoming as she was. Considering we were guests at the park, we would only assume that some sort of customer service be present. Luckily we were able to get our tire fixed and leave as we would not want to spend another night somewhere we weren't welcome. Our site was a good size; howeve,r another couple traveling with us was put in a pull-through RV site next to us, and had another RV gone into the spot next to them, there maybe would have been only 10 feet between the two RVs. Seems like it was once one site and they shoved in another electrical and sewer hookup in the middle to get more campers in. - MichelleA12
Apr 2015 - $27.00
Nice lake for fishing & kayaking. Poor cell service but had WiFi. My son & I had a great time here for Memorial Day weekend. Will stay again. Didn't like the pay per use showers. But was only $0.25. - DQRhodes
Aug 2014 - $39.00
This campground is about 6 miles from I 81 over a hilly twisting country road with the last 2 miles being dirt road. However, the dirt road was in good shape. The signage from the highway is good. The roads in the campground are gravel and narrow but we were able to maneuver our 40 foot motor home to our site but we un hooked the toad first. It was a pull thru in the pavilion section where 3 sites were lined up front to back. There was a fifth wheel in front of us and a travel trailer behind us. The site was grass and gravel with a fire ring and picnic table. The hook ups were adequate. There was a cable hook up but it did not work. The Wi Fi was great. The campground was very quiet with a pretty little lake with rental paddleboats and canoes. There were playgrounds for the kids. I wouldn't try this campground with anything bigger than a 40 foot motor home. - DonnaZ2011
Jun 2014 - $43.00
Too far off main highway, up steep hills, low trees in park and tight turns for unit 35' or larger. WI-FI and cell service non existent. Stayed over night and would not say again. Over priced and expect more from a Good Sam rated park. - TKMI
May 2017 - $40.00
Our first time camping here in 2016 with our 'new to us' camper and we had hot water issues. The owner was very helpful and came by to help diagnose the problem. He explained what we were doing wrong and we had hot water in no time! The second time camping here in 2017 with another 'new to us' camper and we turned on our kitchen faucet to find the sprayer had cracked from improper winterizing. The owner came to our rescue AGAIN with a used sprayer and even installed it for us! We also did not realize that the sewer setup we had for the old camper was not long enough for the new one and the owner fixed us up with what we needed. The sites are HUGE and each have a nice picnic table and fire ring. The campground is kid-friendly and has a great playground, pool, and even mini-golf. A nice nature trail takes you to a quiet pond for fishing. The store is stocked with necessities and they have plenty of RV specific items as well. This was a very nice, quiet campground off the beaten path but very close to a town that can provide everything that you might possibly forget to take with you. We obviously liked it enough the first time to make a return visit and we will definitely be going here again! - logcabinnut
Aug 2013 - $30.00
We came in late, nearing dark and had a hard time finding this remote campground. Owners very nice and helpful with directions (had to call 3 times on the way). We only stayed overnight and left early, so had little experience, but were told the sites were level. The owner said set up anywhere we wanted, and the site we picked looked as level as others, but it was terribly out of level. However, too late and dark to put any levels under wheels at that point. Otherwise, when you find the park, it is very nice and seems well maintained. We would likely not return, because we wouldn't be staying in the area, and it is too complicated to find from the interstate for just an overnight. We didn't have cell phone service, but surprisingly good TV reception with just our antenna. We paid $30 for just electric/water. - Faun
Jun 2011 - $14.00
This is really a very nice, quiet campground with very helpful owners. They called Passport America for me because I could not find my card. Our fee was PPA but they also charge extra for electric. We only paid $2.00 for the one night but we didn't use our AC. The reason we gave it such a low rating is because of the HORRIBLE roads that need to be driven to get there. They are only 10 miles off I-81 but it took us 30 minutes to get there because of the roads. The "highway" is a narrow, 2 lane road with tremendous ruts and potholes on the edges making the hills a bit dangerous. After leaving the highway, the "blacktop" road is just wide enough for a car to pass the coach if both vehicles drive on the shoulder. We would not recommend this for overnight stays and would not return. If you do go there, be sure to follow the website or PPA directions because it cannot be found with a GPS or Google Maps. - dickens
Aug 2016 - $60.00
We liked the campground so much last year that we made another trip again this year (Labor Day weekend). Stayed there with my wife, girls (now 8 and 13), dog, and two cats.
So if you read my last review of this campground it provides the highlights. Beautiful location, gravel roads, sites on the 'other' side of the lake are spacious, a number of activities available, friendly staff, very clean restrooms - which are individual showers (one person in the room) which I like... The list goes on.
They made some improvements since last year that were noticeable. New ball field, volleyball court, cemented the floor of the covered pavilion, got rid of the items 'hidden' in the woods. I had mentioned power fluctuations - but I was reading between 112 and 116 volts this year at all times. Had a great time there - no complaints at all.
It would be nice to have some different activity types (maybe some arts/crafts for the kids), would love some walking trails (they may do that in the future on neighboring property), wifi, better shuffleboard course. Again - minor items. They are continuing to enhance the property yearly. I will say that some of the seasonal campers are pretty close together and older - but that is not the part we stay in.
Not sure how much is in the immediate area to do, but I suspect there are some things within a reasonable drive. We stay on site for the weekend. Bingo, washerboard, kickball, volleyball, yard sale...lots of things to keep you busy....or not. A great place to kick back and just enjoy the time there.
Would recommend - going there again next year. Site 323 is great (as last year), as well as site 220 (which was already reserved...). - T.Butter
Jul 2016 - $55.00
We stayed there for the 4th of July weekend. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Someone even came down to our site with us to show us where it is and to help back in. The roads and all of the sites were gravel. My site was level where the camper was parked but right outside the door was a fairly steep hill sloping away from the camper. That made it a little tough getting in and out the camper. The gravel in the site was also pretty large, more like rocks than gravel. That was really the only negative to the campground. The grounds were well maintained, the lake was very nice. The fishing was pretty good. They had fireworks the Saturday night before fourth and they were really nice. The store was pretty well stocked. They have a cell phone booster in the store which was nice because reception there was not very good, but that's not the campgrounds fault. I prefer not to be bothered when I'm camping anyway. The other campers were also very nice, there are many seasonal campers there. The campsites were well spaced but some of the sites were tight because of the trees in them. - Tim W
Sep 2015 - $53.00
We stayed here over Labor Day weekend (with my wife and two girls, 7 and 12). It was our fist time here.
Beautiful grounds, large lake, activities for the whole family (played kickball, washer board, they had a yard sale, candy bingo, bingo...). Relatively level sites, our site was very large and had a stone patio. The staff was very nice and helpful. Bathrooms were surprisingly nice (nothing to look at from the outside, but nice inside - and VERY clean any time we went in). Very clean pool and nice splash zone area - plus it was actually heated (not solar - actual heat...). Residence were super friendly. Reasonable nightly rates.
Slight misses - roads were stone/dirt (very dusty when we were there), Power seemed to surge quite a bit in the evening (lights in the RV getting brighter/dimmer), poor internet (fee for internet, but poor connection where we were), Some old equipment 'hidden' in the woods - beautiful property but just some finishing items they need to take care of. Not real noticeable, but there. Shuffleboard far from the office and appeared to be in need of some attention. No TV.
Bottom line: We had a great time, we enjoyed the campground and people, and we made plans to return next year. Really liked out site - 323. View of the lake (the only one in the hills with that view I believe), near the bath house. No shade tree, but this time of year that was ok. When you consider the reasonable rates - this was an excellent place to stay. - T.Butter
Jun 2016 - $40.00
Very nice park. The owners are always available and helpful. They need a dumpster, the trash area is very messy. Otherwise was a wonderful weekend full of nice views and lovely campers. - Campforlife
Jun 2012 - $37.00
This was a nice quiet weekend getaway. There are nice sites along the Susquehanna River. There is not many activities for kids to do, and it's quite a drive to anywhere, but if you're looking for a quiet campground to spend the weekend, this is a nice place to go. The owners are super friendly. Quite a few seasonals who take good care of their sites. - campkristi
Sep 2010 - $35.00
Nice campground with many sites along the Susquehanna River. The owners are very friendly and it looks like they have made many improvements. We were originally in site 13 but were unable to get level so I called the office and they said it was not a problem to move to site 12. The owner was worried that we wouldn’t like the site because it was smaller. I do have to say that if you book in any of the sites 9-17 and the campground is busy, a larger unit may have trouble getting in or out of this area because of the trees on the road (boat ramp road and corner of site 25 on Hammond Rd). We had to go through site 9 to make the turn onto the road to exit. Luckily it was empty. This campground has many seasonals (very friendly people). Most seasonals look to be well kept and are mainly in what they call the island area (sites 71-110). The grounds are kept mowed and trimmed. Nice pool, pond, play field and boat ramp. We saw a couple Bald Eagles, hawks, squirrels and chipmunks. A great campground. Not much to do in the immediate area but Binghampton is a short ride and Scranton a little further. We would definitely return in the off season. - dall
Oct 2013 - $175.00
Roads are only suited for off road vehicles. Pond unusable from June to October. New Owners are absent. I was a seasonable camper for over four years and it has only gone downhill. It's a shame as it could be a wonderful place if it was run as a business and effort was put into repairing the campground - Camping diva
May 2012 - $20.00
Hated it. Was a very dirty and dumpy place. Trash is put in the back of a pickup near the entrance. It's the first thing you see and for shadows the rest of your stay. Pond was un-swimmable due to underwater grasses. Additional charges galore. - Joe525