7 Parks near Indian Lake, New York
Jun 2016 - $29.00
If you want to experience the quiet solitude of the Adirondacks this campground is the perfect place to do so. It is a simple campground without amenities hidden away in the hamlet of Indian Lake. The bath and shower are older but newly repainted and very clean. There are many large, spacious pull-thru sites available. We enjoyed out 5 night stay, while exploring the area, and found it a perfect spot to relax and enjoy nature. Our electric cost less than $2 a day! - Damon Travelers
Jun 2016 - $33.00
Stayed here for 3 nights while exploring the Adirondacks. Some seasonals here and it isn't pleasant to look at their sites. And we weren't comfortable with the safety factor.
They are creating more sites, so the construction equipment and mess is apparent.
Didn't use the restrooms, but the outside condition of the building didn't bode well for the inside.
They charge for electric usage by metering.
WiFi was terrible.
It is OK for a few days, but we wouldn't come back. - User2989
Jul 2013 - $27.00
This is a good, basic campground with full hookups in the heart of the Adirondacks. Not fancy, no pool, no TV, and no kids activities. Roads are dirt but well maintained. Pads are also dirt and could be more level. The owners are friendly and very helpful with sightseeing information. Perks do include a blueberry patch and free firewood. We did not use the shower facility, but we know the owners cleaned it daily. Rates for a full hookup did not include electric. All sites have meters; we averaged 10KWH/day over a two week period which cost $2.25/day. We would be happy to return there again. - RVRovers
Jul 2015 - $20.00
Lewey Lake is one of the NY DEC campgrounds in the Adirondacks. The nicest sites are lakeside in the entrance section. You can launch your canoe or kayak directly from the site. The only shower building is in the other main section across the bridge. So, there is a lot of road traffic from other sites coming to use the showers. Some of the campground staff were on the slightly surly side. Enforcement of the campground rules was poor. On July 4 weekend there were drunken parties until 2 AM and fireworks. - kanling
May 2008 - $18.00
The very best place to camp if you have encounters with wildlife on your itinerary! BEAUTIFUL!!! 5 STAR! - adkborn
Aug 2015 - $22.00
Excellent park that can accommodate up to 30 Class A's. Lake setting with beautiful beach. Wouldn't recommend booking on line unless you are flexible as some sites are tough to negotiate. Call first for info before booking. - naturepix
Jul 2012 - $30.00
Enjoyed this campground immensely. Although we had to boon dock, the lots were level, spacious, clean, and the grounds were manicured. There were water spigots available in several areas. The bathhouses were clean, up to date and all facilities were in great working order. The dump station was clean, easy to enter and exit. The private beach was beautiful and enjoyable and the staff personnel were friendly and very helpful. I fully intend to stay there again should we ever return to Schroon Lake. - swedeteam
Jun 2016 - $35.00
This park was mostly permanent residents, most of whom weren't even there for the season yet. They only had about 5 open sites available. The campground is very wooded. The shade was nice, but it made getting the camper in & out a little difficult. We did it with no major problems, but would have loved a little more space. The owner was nice, but was busy getting everything ready for when everyone arrived in another week or so once school was out. We did not use the showers, but they seemed to be reasonably clean, though a little dated. Campground is located close to the interstate. Nice if you are moving around, but there was some road noise. There is a river side across the entry road with some swings and a small beach area. WiFi was hit or miss. For the price, it was OK. - wanderfilledlife
Jul 2012 - $35.00
This is the third time we have stayed at this campground while visiting family, and it is apparent that the facilities are deteriorating. The bright and shiny decorative things shown on the website are now broken and dingy. The camp is about two thirds long term and permanent campers, but there were lots of temporary sites available when we stayed. The campground is under a heavy growth of pine trees so the dirt sites are not level and are lumpy with tree roots. Interior roads are dirt and narrow. Big rigs could be a problem. There is constant loud noise from the Interstate, which is only about 500 feet away. Particularly jarring is the screech when a vehicle goes over a short piece of rough pavement. The trees preclude satellite TV and the cable is sometimes pretty good but at other times is very snowy and unwatchable. Wi-Fi is good but only near the office. I was unable to connect at my site. We were here on weekdays and electric power was only 108 volts with the A/C running. I do not know what it would be when the campground is fully populated. The pool is clean and there are some new inflatable items for kids in the playground. The next time we visit this area we will look for another campground. - Travlin Tarheel
Jul 2012 - $30.00
Good full hookup park. Mostly seasonal campers, very quiet during our visit. Cable had over 65 clear channels. Power very good. Felt at $30 it was over priced, and they give no discounts. - Teacher's Pet
Jun 2012 - $35.00
It was nice. A little loud. Lots of traffic. Everyone was nice, and I would go back. - GoodTimesCamper