Date of Stay: September, 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. We camped at Kayuta Lake Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 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. We camped at Kayuta Lake Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 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. We camped at Kayuta Lake Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
A very friendly, laid back campground in the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains, Kayuta Lake Campground provided a nice shady and level site for our 40 foot class A motorhome. There appeared to be plenty of activities for kids with a rather large arcade room and a small beach on the lake. We like our particular site because it offered some privacy and green space on a pretty large area. We ran into some low voltage problems during our stay because of record high temperatures in the upper 90's. The owner was quick to respond to our concerns. We camped at Kayuta Lake Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2010 - $35.00
This is an old park that had apparently fallen into disrepair, but the friendly new owners are obviously working very hard at restoring the park. They have obviously spent a lot of time and money to this end. There is a lot left to do, roads are narrow, some are dirt. Our site, a FHU pull-through, was pretty level, lots of trees. One of the quietest places we've ever camped. Has lots of Permanents/Seasonals, but still room for everyone else. Bathrooms were old but clean and functional. The WiFi was slow at times, but did work. This is a Passport America CG, just not at the time we were here. If you are looking for a Resort type CG, you may want to look elsewhere, but if you're looking for a quiet woodsy atmosphere, this is the place. We will stay here again, if in the area. We camped at Kayuta Lake Campground in a Motorhome.
We tent camped and had a wonderful time. When back in NY, we will come camping here again. This campground is very family friendly. This sits at the beginning Adirondack Mountains, beautiful area of upstate NY. We camped at Kayuta Lake Campground in a Tent.
What a great campground! Off the beaten path ( really quiet), clean facilities and a nice fishing lake. Family activities planned every weekend (we had a band playing for us and a pancake breakfast on Sun. morning). Lot's of tree cover, so no satellite reception. We were able to pick up 3 channels on local TV though. This is a place where you stock up on groceries, bring a few good books, a fishing pole and just relax. There is a small store on site for staples i.e. bread, milk, ice cream, etc. in case you forget something though. The only reason this place didn't get a 10 from us was the limited spots that a RV over 35' could easily get into. But the owners are working on this small issue to create some larger spots. Big rigs - be sure and take your toad to PREVIEW your assigned camp spot! Best spot for 38'-40': back into #303. We have a 40' RV. New owners are doing a great job! We would stay here again anytime. We camped at Kayuta Lake Campground in a Motorhome.
I have camped at this campground at various times over the last 20+ years and have gone through several owners. The previous owner did absolutely nothing during the various times I camped under their ownership. All they did was let the place run down and also did not treat people well. The campground is now under new ownership, and they have made significant improvements to the grounds and facilities. They have told me of the various things they intend to do to make Kayuta Lake Campground the showplace of the Foothills to the Adirondacks. They are very friendly and accommodating to all of the campers and guests. Both go out of their way to make you welcome and happy to be here. I am looking forward to many more trips to Kayuta Lake Campground now that it is under new management with significant improvements and more to come. We camped at Kayuta Lake Campground in a Travel Trailer.