12 RV Parks near Greene, New York
We did however find 12 campgrounds within 25 miles of Greene. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Greene in the left hand column.
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
Jun 2016 - $19.00
Love camping here because it's away from EVERYTHING. Sitting by the campfire, you hear nature. With no electric sites, the only light is given by your campfires and lanterns. It's a pretty unique experience.
The roads needs to be redone, and the showers could be updated, but for those wanting to be immersed in nature, you can't beat it. - bumblehead
Jul 2015 - $19.00
Great helpful staff. Activities for kids (fishing derby). Lots of privacy. Cheap wood (4 pieces for $1.00). Very limited showers. No hot water for dishes, no dish wash station so take something along. Very quiet and patrolled often. Kayak rental is reasonable. Beach is sand but water was not real clear, still better than most lakes as far as seaweed. Most of the sites are on a hill so be prepared to walk. We enjoyed ourselves you just have to be prepared for dishes & lack of shower facilities. It is a nice campground. - babybean
Aug 2014 - $19.00
Bowman Lake State Park (BLSP) is billed as a "camper's paradise" on the website. I don't know about paradise, but our experience here was pretty good. Getting there - if you are coming from the north or east, your GPS receiver will take you on some unpaved back roads that aren't very trailer-friendly. Stay on NY12 southbound *past Norwich* down to Oxford, and then turn right onto NY220, then left onto Bliven-Sherman Rd., which will take you right into camp. This route is longer, but will keep you on paved roads. Also note - there is basically NO cellular reception at BLSP - with my Wilson booster, I was able to get enough signal to make an emergency call on my Verizon phone, but could not get any signal at all from AT&T. This is either a plus or a minus, depending on your perspective. On to the park itself. The campsites at BLSP are a good size for tenting and trailers up to the 25-foot range, and we had no major difficulty leveling our rig. Sites are nicely separated with forest in between them, so if you're looking for a quiet/private camping experience, this is a good place to go. Each site has a brick fireplace with a metal grate, which is handy if you like to cook on the campfire. The bathroom facilities are dated, but are very well maintained and kept clean. There is only one shower facility; we didn't use it so we can't comment on it. There were scheduled arts/crafts activities for the kids on Saturday morning, which they enjoyed. The swimming area is small but pleasant; they also offer rentals of canoes, kayaks and rowboats for a reasonable fee. No water or electricity at any of the sites, but water faucets are easily available around the park, and those with trailers or RVs can fill their freshwater tanks at the dump station. Only major gripe with the park was that the roads/parking lots are in poor repair, which meant we had to do some artful dodging as we brought our trailer in. - nextcube
Sep 2016 - $25.00
Liked this campground a lot. Good utilities with W/E/S and cable. WiFi was down when we were there but was told by other campers it usually works well. Decent gravel roads and pads are worn gravel and grassy. A few sites have concrete patios but they were taken by the campers that are there for the summer. These long termers were friendly and sites kept clean. Older but clean restroom/shower facilities. Quiet even though the highway is close. Train tracks in the distance but heard only one train in the night. Easy freeway access and a gas station and doughnut shop at the exit. No one was in the office when we arrived but the office was open and we filled out a registration slip, picked a site and paid later. Pretty laid back. - utchaps
Sep 2015 - $25.00
This is a hard campground for me to rate. On the one hand, it's in a lovely setting and is right off the interstate (close to the highway, but far enough that we didn't hear much/any road noise). The river running beside the campground is really pretty as well. The owner is very nice and was helpful. On the other hand, it's awfully tight to get around in a big rig, and the sites are mostly grass and sparse gravel. The steps to the restrooms are very slick when it rains - one man took a hard fall on them in the rain. The park's exit needs to have some tree trimming done, as one branch hangs down and drags along the top and side of the RV upon exiting. There's a very low telephone line hanging over the exit as well, but we cleared it with about six inches to spare (we are 12 feet, 7 inches tall, I believe). I had to look at the telephone line for 10 minutes to make sure we could exit ok. Long story short, for smaller rigs passing through the area, I highly recommend this park for a short stopover. Value-wise, it can't be beat. For big rigs, it's a tough call. I saw one other big rig have trouble getting into the campground with his towed trailer. (The trailer hit a dirt embankment and left some serious ruts in the ground.) All hookups worked well. We had 30 amp power only. Didn't try the wifi. There's an easy fuel stop within a quarter mile. - kmghmg
Jun 2014 - $24.00
This is one clean and quiet RV park. Level pull through sties. No internet but we used our hotspot. Cable works great. Close to interstate 88. Will visit again when in the area. - Ron Schweitzer
Sep 2014 - $30.00
This Park is located out in the Country. It's rather a long way to go for a 1 night stay. The Park itself is nice with a full grassy area to park, walk and even play golf. Owner was pleasant when I called and we checked in. Lots of Seasonals but area very clean and well kept. We would stay again if not in a rush to move on down the highway. - Arizona Traveler
Jul 2011 - $31.00
This park was very nice. We only stayed 1 night. The only thing that I (we) had a problem with was with the other campers. The kids were SCREAMING will into the night (well past 10:30). If you don't mind a little hike off the freeway nice and clean place. - ubub
Jul 2010 - $33.00
The best thing about this campground is the cheap golf. Other than that, we would not go back. We did not have a fire ring or a picnic table at our site. We were surrounded by seasonals who had 2 and 3 tables and were using the fire rings for flower planters. We asked the office 3 times for these items and never received any help. By day two, we finally approached a couple of the seasonal sites and asked if we could borrow a fire ring and table. We definitely felt like we were intruding. Our site was tight and unlevel and the tree branches needed cutting back. A tree branch ripped our refrigerator vent off the top of our camper upon leaving. The owner didn't even apologize. - dfugnitti
Aug 2017 - $37.00
We stayed @ this campground for only one night and I would highly recommend it to any one traveling through. The camp site was very nice, the facilities were nice and clean and staff very nice and friendly. Some how, when we closed our trailer door to step ,outside for a minute, the lock threw and we were locked outside. The owner was passing through @ this time and offered to help. He got us back into our camper and didn't even have to break our lock. Special "thanks" to him and we didn't even get his name. - arthur ahalt
Aug 2017 - $38.00
Very nice campground with all of the sites looking at a small lake, seasonals are right on the lake. The roads do have some pot holes. The parking is either in front or behind your unit. If you park behind where there is more room you have limited room to turn around so I backed out down the road for quite a ways. There are 3 sites are in a row for transients. If someone is in front of you the only way to get out would be to drive down a short grassy hill. - mrracechaser
Oct 2016 - $34.00
This campground is in a beautiful, fairly remote setting, with campsites surrounding a lake. It was very quiet and clean. I stayed for a week at the very end of the season, and the owner was very accommodating, letting me stay past the official closing date. The rate I quoted above is based on a weekly rate, including taxes, and reflects a $5 reduction for the last two nights because they turned the water off in preparation for closing for the season. I appreciated the owner doing this for me.
Most of the sites are seasonal. As far as I could tell, the nightly campers were all in one row, extremely close to each other, with no trees. That's one of the features I didn't like so much.
There was virtually no TV reception, and although I paid an extra $3 a day for the outsourced wifi, it didn't work well enough to be useable. I had to use my mifi.
Although the bathhouse was clean, I found it annoying to discover that it cost $.50 per five minutes to take a shower. After returning to my rig to get the quarters, I put $1.00 in so I could get a 10 minute shower, but it shut off after five minutes. Which meant I had to get fully out of the shower in the middle, and fumble for more quarters, to get the next 5 minutes. To add insult to injury, the timed lights in the bathroom turned off and I had to finish in complete darkness. This all seemed very petty to me. I have not run across this at any other campground.
Overall, the area of the campground around the lake and up the hill into the woods is very lovely and I had several very pleasant walks through the area. The owner was very accommodating to me. However, I didn't like the closeness of the sites, the lack of TV and wifi, and the shower system. I would probably look to stay elsewhere the next time I'm in the area. - CamperChris4
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
Jun 2017 - $55.00
I read the other reviews before booking at this campground. We were intrigued by its location to the river and the ability to canoe here. I should have paid more attention to one reviewer from Sept. 2016 who described it accurately. It had rained before our arrival and it was very muddy. Thank goodness that we stepped out onto a concrete pad that was our patio. We asked for an escort and did get one - a good thing, because getting in was tight. Once parked, we were backed up to the river, which was pleasant. I think they have improved the electrical connections as ours was 50 amp and the post looked new. We had hoped to go canoeing, but after talking to the owner, we went away totally confused about whether or not she would do the canoe trip the next day. (their literature states you have until 10am to decide, not so) The weather was too iffy to plan that far ahead. There is very little to do in the area and the campground office did not have any biking, hiking or historical information available. More rain was in the forecast, so we left one day earlier than we had planned. We would probably not return. Not really big rig friendly. - Sojourner1986
Sep 2016 - $50.00
Park is in a very nice area on the edge of a river. Grounds are well taken care of and look nice, nice play area for kids to play and area they can run around on. Small pool and very cold. Sites are only 30 amp plugs and electric is very old so does not give you the full 30 amps. This park is not big rig friendly at all. We were on a super site as it was called and was very very hard to get into with a 38 foot fifth wheel. Sites are not wide either and you are on top of your neighbor. Suppose to be a grill in each site but most super sites seem to be missing these. We got a down pour of rain for 20 minutes on our 3rd of 7 nights there and out super site turned into a super mud heap for the rest of the week. They charge for everything from taking a shower to even having to pay to play mini golf. Their art and crafts they put on for the kids but they are not cheap either. They do cook and offer food at the camp ground but we saw complaints of it being under cooked and way too expensive for what you got. We will not be returning to this campground any time soon and if your rig is more than 35 foot long and your not made of money I would advise not going to this campground. - M5Adventures
Sep 2016 - $34.00
We stayed here for an event with approximately 50 other families. The campground is lovely and the staff is incredibly friendly. The open lawn provided the perfect space for our different events and the playground, volleyball court and recreation room kept the kids well entertained. - BarefootGypsy
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
May 2015 - $20.00
This is a beautiful state park with all the sites on grass with no hookups. Comfort station has showers but still needed some cleaning but it was better than the last NY State Park we stayed at the night before. There are hiking and nature trails, swimming in a lake , fishing, boating, hunting, baseball field, disc golf and playgrounds. In the winter there is sledding, ice skating, and skiing. This campground is interesting they advertise near NY City but it is over 3 hours away with some 10% grade hills to drive. When we checked in no one at the office but this was after Memorial Weekend and the NY State Parks didn't seem to be crowded the first couple weeks of June. There were about five campers per loop--RVs, tents, trailers, etc. The walk to the lake is downhill and the park is just so peaceful. Looking out from our RV, deer were spotted walking around the meadow. This is a carry in, carry out trash policy state park. If I was in the area I definitely would camp here again. It was an overnight stop for us on a two week trip. - gsnakehill