11 Parks near Hubbardsville, New York
Jul 2010 - $25.00
Sweet campground located off Route 12 in Hubbardsville, NY. Good entry road, field sites as well as wooded sites. Nightly, weekly, monthly and seasonal rates. Tent sites run $20/night and special event weekend (7/17-19) runs $35/night. There is a mini laundry ($1.50 wash/$1.50 dry), mini golf, fishing, horseshoe pits, volleyball, basketball, game room. Rental units are available. We stayed 7/2-7/11/10 (during the heat wave) and had a very enjoyable stay. Close to Hamilton, NY and Colgate Univ., as well as Roger's Conservation Center, nadilla Moto Cross, Utica Zoo, Fort Rickey, Sylvan Beach, Turning Stone Casino, Chittenango Falls State Park, Cooperstown Baseball Hall of Ame and Farmer's Museum. Also close to Bouckville and Antiques. - PattieAM
Jun 2016 - $25.00
We have stayed here before and looked forward to coming back. It is a small campground BUT really well maintained. This time, the free WiFi was down, but AT&T worked fine. The park only has 30 amp but it was sufficient for us. The water pressure was good and there was a sewer connection. At the end of our stay the park filled for the antique show that Bouckville is famous for. We also saw a hot air balloon land right behind the park when he ran out of air current. We stayed here in a 40-footer and will return. - walt66
Jun 2015 - $20.00
Small family business, very friendly staff, the rate reflects a weekly rate of $150 per week, the park is basically a well maintained lawned area with gravel pads, picnic table, fire pit, 30 amp, water and sewer. Wifi was STRONG and we were at the back end of the park. We stayed here in a 40 foot motorhome. The interior roads are gravel and well maintained and accommodated us quite easily. Great little undiscovered jewel. - walt66
Sep 2014 - $30.00
Park has new owners and they are trying hard to update the park and doing a good job so far. We stayed in a 40ft motorhome and had a back in site. Site was level enough to get level but it is a new site so had some mud that will be taken care of soon. Real nice lake for swimming and boating and fishing. Play ground for kids and lots of tent sites. The only bad thing was that we stayed under Passport America and the didn't follow the rules. They only take $10.00 off the night rate of $42.00 instead of the 50 percent. So if you are going to use PA you might ask when you reserve a site as PA was going to call them and straighten it out. Hope they do. - fuzzie1
Aug 2013 - $25.00
Nice little campground. Tight getting a big rig in but had a nice site. 30 amp, water. AT&T worked fine, no Sat TV because of trees. Only drawback was road noise . We were parked right at the road ( SR 8). Friendly management. We would stop here again. Price reflects PPA rate. - walt66
Aug 2012 - $23.00
We were supposed to receive a Passport America rate. My wife got out a $20 bill so we were charged $20 instead of the $15 PA rate. Plus she charged $3 additional for the use of an A/C. Only noticed after the fact what with being tired coming off the road. easy Marks, I suppose. Our campsite was six feet off the berm of a busy highway, a fact initially concealed by a row of bushes which the road noise had no trouble penetrating. Bathrooms were old and had not been cleaned recently. A sign in each bathroom proclaimed: “Hot water turned off from 11:30 AM to 7:30 PM”. We camped here in a travel trailer and would not do so again under any circumstance. - geysergazer
May 2012 - $35.00
This is a beautiful location, but unfortunately the interior conditions do not meet modern standards for short term occupation. The access roads are heavily overgrown with both bushes and tree limbs and badly scratched both sides of our fifth wheel just getting in. Most sites are occupied by seasonal trailers and it was impossible to back around into several others. The site we finally used had a great view, but needed blocks and a lot of work for leveling. Other, more accessible, campgrounds are available in the Oneida area. Sorry, we won't stay here again. - Little Black Dog
Jul 2010 - $30.00
Owner is very nice. Mostly seasonal campers. Limited number of sites for over nighters. Low hanging trees and bushes scratched our coach getting in and out. This is one of the few (if not only) RV parks in the area. - Westside
Cooperstown, New York (map) | (607) 965-8265
Sites: 180 | Latest Rate: $52.00 | 13 Reviews
Aug 2016 - $52.00
We were here a week (in our 42 foot coach) because our grandson was in a tournament in Cooperstown which is about a half hour away. Our hosts were great and very willing to accommodate our needs! This is a rustic campground with grass sites. They had had a lot of rain before we got there and as a result our site over looking the lake had some mud. One of our jacks got stuck between the mud and the jack pad during setup. The manager went above and beyond to get it released! After that everything went smoothly! They have a beautiful pool, boating and fishing on the lake, and tons of activities for kids and families! Verizon cell does not work in the campground, there is no internet and the cable TV was pretty sketchy. But for a family to get away from it all, it's a great place to escape! - Tugboat & Annie
Aug 2015 - $49.00
We only chose this place because we were visiting our 5 grandchildren and my son, and great "entertainment" for them (ages 5-14). The kids liked it, but that's about all the "good" I can say about it! Here's the bad: The sites are so unlevel that they are very difficult to get level (with many boards), plus most have the hook-ups way up front which also made for very difficult parking a back-in site! Some of the sites are in complete shade all of the time (ours) and some in total sun all of the time (my son's); unless you 'know' the park, it's the luck of the draw! Then, there's the traffic! Golf carts, vans, trucks, cars, zoom, up, down, in, out, back and forth all day and night to & from all the locations of the park making it hard to actually walk to them! The pool and the slip n' slide (only free things) were not heated, and with the temp's not getting above the mid 70's, the kids could only last so long before they turned blue. Weekends were better, as they have more "organized activities" going on, but not so much during the week-even though it was still "summer" hours. The park pretty quiet during the week. This would not be a place I would choose to come back to. Even the staff was bored, paying very little attention to the kids. Absolutely NO: WIFI, TV, CELL SERVICE, ETC!! you are in a big hole there, having to drive at least 10 miles to even get a decent cell service! - MarieB
Aug 2015 - $53.00
Had no choice but to stay here as it was the closest campground to my wife's family (her Aunt is 93). We spent 4 nights here during a self-proclaimed "Redneck" weekend. The staff was very friendly, helpful and knowledgeable of the area. If you have kids this is a good place to stay. - Mr. Camper
Aug 2016 - $45.00
RV Villages @ Turning Stone is a wonderful park with mature trees, spacious sites and clean facilities. Check in was a breeze and navigation to the site was easy. The appeal for us was the feel of being in a state park with the mature trees but having he conveniences of FHU. Didn't have a chance to use the pool or recreation facilities but park was very clean and maintained. - skiddy
Aug 2016 - $45.00
Nice paved sites surrounded by grass. Good utilities, excellent WIFI, good cable, pool, hot tub, playground, basketball courts, tennis courts. Back in sites are at a 90 angle to the road, some are difficult to back into. Pull through sites can be difficult for larger rigs. Some of the sites have gravel in the immediate patio area, others are grass or mudpits depending on the shade and use of rugs. Overall, very nice campground. - 2hams
Jul 2016 - $41.00
We normally don't stay at the more expensive parks however for the price this was well worth it. We were assigned a spot but had to move due to mud issue. The site we ended up in was right on a pond and the park is gorgeous. Casino just down the street. Good utilities including Wi-Fi. The ducks on the pond know when people show up it means food but they weren't annoying since they moved on if you didn't have any. - durham4926
Aug 2014 - $36.00
Overall this is our kind of park. Small, well cared for, pride of ownership. Water, electric and WIFI worked well. Lots of covered bridges in the area. There are 2 ponds and one lake on the property. We camped here in a 40' motorhome. - illini777
Jun 2013 - $32.00
The quiet peaceful nature of this park was enhanced by staying midweek so most of the seasonal and transient sites were unoccupied. We stayed in the big rig section which was level grass accessed partly by gravel interior road followed by driving through a grassy meadow. Many sites are heavily wooded. Wi-Fi was slow but other services were good. Phone service was good and directly from AT&T but data service was from an affiliated provider. The many minor roads necessary to find the park are poorly marked. It is a Good Sam park but the discount is not offered for the first night when making reservations. - never settled
Jun 2010 - $36.00
What a Gem! It's off the road but a real nice park. Very well maintained, extremely quiet and has very helpful staff. Call for directions. It is Big Rig friendly. We will stay here again when visiting UpState NY. - Mike & Elaine Austin
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
Jul 2016 - $23.00
Our site was in the "Hilltop" section, and we had one of the few sites with individual water service. Our 50 amp electric was solid and reliable. The park is very clean and well maintained, with workers regularly visiting the restrooms and restocking as needed. Our site was reasonably large, and could easily accommodate the largest RV's. Some may find the steep road grade leading to this section challenging though. The tree cover at our site made satellite dish aiming difficult, but we were able to "see" the Dish eastern arc satellites ok. Verizon cell service was weak, but our on board cell amplifier/repeater handled it well. OTA TV is limited, but we did find a fairly strong signal from a Utica station that carries NBC on their primary channel, and CBS on a secondary channel. Gilbert Lake is somewhat of a secret, and the park was very lightly occupied while we were there during the week. I expect it does get busier on the weekends. All in all, this is a nice park to visit to just relax, and a number of attractions are nearby, such as the Baseball Hall of Fame in nearby Cooperstown. We will return here fairly often since our granddaughter and great granddaughter live nearby. - NYDutch
Jun 2016 - $28.00
We were in Hill Top loop in a spacious, level, well shaded site, with gravel & grass, with water & 30A electric, grounds were clean & well maintained.
Bathrooms & showers were clean & always well stocked.
The only strange thing I found about this campground, was the fact that this is the Only CG we've ever been in that had NO trash cans, anywhere in the loop, however the dumpsters/recycle bins were centrally located.
This is a very quiet, slightly out of the way campground, there are numerous restaurants & places to shop in Oneonta, about 14 mi away.
There is a nice lake with fishing & swimming, a beach & hiking trails.
There are also numerous cabins for rent for those without an RV.
While there is no sewer, there is a dump station.
If we ever find ourselves in the area again, we will certainly stay here again. - bukhrn
Aug 2015 - $26.00
We stayed in an electric camp site, which meant full sun, but there was always a breeze. We were close to the restrooms. Restrooms were better than some RV parks we have seen, always clean. Private showers (two men, two women, two handicapped) Weird, never had to wait though? We will return. - C H