19 Parks near Keeseville, New York
Aug 2015 - $30.00
Rate does NOT include electricity; we used $7 over 3 days in warm weather. This seemed fair. Upon check-in, you are guided to your site and the speed is "Walking speed" and they mean it and follow it. Roads are narrow and we were in a section of 90% seasonals, but that was fine. Our site was on gravel and fairly level with FHU (no cable). Our OTH antenna picked up about 7 stations, including at least 2 major networks. A park model next to us had a large wasp nest on the eave close to our site; we mentioned it to the staff in the AM as we went out and when we came back in the early afternoon, it was gone. Very attentive and caring crew! The small pool was very brisk as a natural spring ran under it, keeping the temperature down. As noted previously, it is very quiet during the week and WiFi ran well. Most folks from NY/Canada showed up Friday afternoon and it did get louder in the evening. LOTS of campfires going and friends having a good time. Checked the bath house (small) and it is a pay shower facility, so bring quarters. Campground DOES do recycling. This is NOT the same campground (care and staff wise) of some of the much earlier reviews. It is a family owned and operated facility and very well handled. We would stay here again if in the area. - Too-wow
Jul 2015 - $15.00
Park is well-kept and the managers are very polite and helpful. Most of the sites are taken by seasonal unit and are only used on weekends, so very quiet during the week. Nice pool. Small laundry (2x2) but inexpensive ($1/$1.50). Most sites are shaded, nice in summer but satellite access often not available. Park WiFi is good - at least during the week. AT&T access is weak. - Rod n Mary
Jul 2015 - $30.00
We wanted to visit friends who were at this park but hesitated because we weren't sure we could use our roof mounted dish. The park's management assured us that we would be able to use the dish in an open area. That turned out to be the case. There are a few sites in the open are 7-8 sites in the open area. Past reviews from many years ago gave this park low ratings but that wasn't what we saw. We had a 50-amp full hookup site with good power. The park also has Wi-Fi that worked fairly well for us in the open area, which is close to the office. There were several times the Wi-Fi wasn't offering a strong signal and I had to switch to my Verizon modem. Most sites in the park are in the trees but that works for a lot of campers. The staff was very friendly and hospitable. We signed up for a week ($180) but liked it enough to extend for a second week. The rate does not include electric. Everyone pays for their own electric usage. Other than for monthly stays we had never seen that before in our 15 years on the road but it wasn't an issue. - retired2000
Jun 2016 - $48.00
A very large campground with all the typical KOA services. Looks like they try to make improvements every year.
We selected a premium site which included a cement patio and gravel for the camper to park on. Most of the other sites only have dirt and as others have said will become muddy when it rains.
I would recommend the premium sites as the are quite comfortable. We would definitely stay here again. - John Borajkiewicz
Aug 2015 - $45.00
Lovely, large, wooded sites. The best thing about this campground is the Ausable River running behind it. Just a short walk and you hit cliffs and hear the roaring waterfall (be careful not to fall - it is steep). Just a ways down from that is a great swimming spot, with pools of water to relax in, rocks to climb, and small cliffs to jump off of. A super spot on a hot day. The lodge at the campground is beautiful, bathrooms are clean, good dog walk area and the staff hustles! The pool needs updating and they need to add a hot tub and biking area. But, that really isn't the draw - it is the area. Go to Whiteface and go up the gondala - worth the money! - User901
Jul 2015 - $48.00
Great campground, just get away from the front rows of pull through sites if you want some privacy. They are flat and gravel. Sites further back are more wooded and a bit sandy. The further back the more private the sites get.
Lots of staff golf carts going around, but that means they are out cleaning and helping people out. Beautiful setting in the trees and a great path to hike by the waterfalls. This is our go to when we want full service in the region. I was solo camping and they were very friendly escorting me to my site, helping guide me parking as well as letting me know which cable hookup to use.
Well stocked store for all your needs. - 72streams
Jul 2016 - $48.00
Very friendly staff, very clean and quiet. Very quiet. Great store with a great craft beer selection. The camp fire rings are behind the sites, so you are secluded. We would stay here again. - bthomforde
Aug 2015 - $48.00
We had difficulty finding the entrance to this campground. There is a large sign, but at the time, there were 2 campers parked at the entrance getting ready to exit, so we missed the entrance. We entered at the 100 Acres section (where our site was booked), but had to circle around a house on a very narrow and unlevel road (in the 44' rig) to get back to the entrance to register. In hindsight, we should have unhooked the toad and returned to registration in it, leaving the rig with the escort. The roads and pads in this section are gravel, and it is very wooded, so we had satellite issues. There is free wifi but in this section, you cannot get a signal at your site. Other utilities worked well. - SMorin
Aug 2015 - $45.00
This CG has everything you want. The camp store is the best I have seen, food, gifts, rv supplies, clothes. They escort you to your site. FHU , gravel site with grass on either side. A game room , restrooms. The sites are raked after you leave and grass cut. The grounds are meticulously kept. No seasonals on this side so the park looks very appealing. A mini golf and pool with river access and boat rental. The park is quiet at night . WiFi and Verizon reception is good. We took rt 87 north and it is 28 miles off the exit. The view is beautiful surrounded by the mountains on all sides. We stayed in the resort section, but there is another section across the street and down the road a bit this is more rustic , no river access. The only con ; the sites are close together about 10 ft apart.. Would stay again. - Winnebago Wanderers
Jun 2016 - $55.00
This is a beautiful park. The owner maintains the grounds constantly and it shows. That being said this is an adult park and mostly seasonal people who are retired as the website clearly states. For the most part they were all friendly and wonderful but others complained about us for things we had nothing to do with and were caused by other seasonal campers. The owner was nice and took control of the situation, but in thirty years of camping this is first time anyone has complained about us to the park staff. - gsull
Oct 2015 - $55.00
Our new, #1, favorite campground! We stayed twice in the 2015 season, and each time it was a joy. Campground is all grass; you can walk barefoot anywhere. Sites are spacious. On shore of Lake Champlain with a swimming area. West-facing stone pier perfect for viewing sunsets over lake and Adirondacks. In an apple orchard, meticulous landscaping flower beds. Owner engagingly friendly and helpful. If you're looking for a resort campground, this is not it. CAC is a lovely, pastoral campground where you can relax, read, bike, kayak, swim, watch the ferries without distraction. We'll return next season, more than once. - LPWms
Aug 2015 - $50.00
Great campground right on the lake. Can watch the ferry traffic to NY from the shore. Nice, very large grass sites. Good utilities and quiet. Mostly seasonal, but friendly to others. Owner was fantastic and very friendly and helpful. Would stay here again if in the area. - chezhead
Jun 2016 - $45.00
There are not many campground choices for a 40 foot motorhome in the Burlington area. We stayed here two nights and it was very convenient for us. However, the park was not very well maintained and is located back behind a rundown motel and cabins. The space was tight. But it was all we needed and we were happy to have found a spot. There are a number of seasonal campers. - ArkansasTraveler
Nov 2015 - $38.00
Only CG in the area open all year. Very convenient location & lots to do in the area! As others have said you are close to your neighbors, but trees give privacy. It is set well back from the road and so quiet at night. - chasing60
Oct 2015 - $36.00
The campsite was OK; it was good in size and there were trees around us which made it feel private enough. I don't think this campsite is pretty enough to stay for a week, but I do think it's absolutely great if you want to enjoy the city and everything in the area which is gorgeous. Perfect spot to spend a few nights.
The staff were nice.
The bathrooms and showers were free and clean.
Overall, perfect for us. - NachoSpriglet
Jul 2015 - $65.00
The park was nice and grew on us as we stayed. It is very convenient for visiting Burlington, VT, or for enjoying the Lake Champlain Islands. There were numerous amenities and some activities but we did not partake of any. There were some new sites that have water views that I would have preferred but they were not indicated on the website camp site map. If we return we would request one of those sites (AB013 - AB019).
This park is mostly seasonal and owner owned sites, but we felt welcome and enjoyed ourselves.
If you like antique tools, there is a museum onsite of 2800 tools and domestic items that were collected by the owners father and are nicely displayed in a restored barn. Well worth looking at. - Randy & Sharon
Jul 2015 - $96.00
There were way too many park models and permanent sites for our taste. The site we were assigned would not possible accommodate our 44' MH, however they quickly moved us to a suitable pull-through site. All the hookups worked well. We will stay here again if in the area. - TwoCorners
Sep 2014 - $40.00
Nice park. Great location on Lake Champlain. Even though the park is not right on the Lake it has great views of it. Easy to get in and out of. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Nice large and level sites. The only drawback is that their internet service was not too good and we were less than 100 feet away from one of the transmitters. The normal rate is very high in my opinion, at $62/day. However we were able to get the pay for 2/stay for 3 discount rate which brought it down to a more reasonable cost. We would stay here again. - gray nomad
Sep 2014 - $35.00
Rough bath house but clean and had soap & towels. Annoyed by the $0.25 for 7-minute shower, but tremendous water pressure. - luminary110
Sep 2014 - $35.00
Clean but roughly built bath-house. Soap & paper towels provided, but a $.25 cost for a 7-minute shower with tremendously good water pressure. - LTV camper
Aug 2013 - $35.00
Park is close to freeway, but no road or R/R noise. Roads are gravel and dirt, sites are a big grass parking lot with some shade at the front of the campground. Permanents in the treed area in back. Power, water, and cell (AT&T) were good. We would stay here again. - kmgulf
Jul 2016 - $55.00
Claim that they have wifi, but don't. You have to pay 20.00 per user for a 3 day package. Claim hot showers, but you have to pay $ 0.50 for 7 minutes of shower time. Claim "premium" site, but it is just a grassy field with hook-ups, no tress, and 15 feet between you and your neighbor ! This place is awful, we left as soon as we could make other plans. - macandphyl
Oct 2015 - $49.00
We have given a lower mark for this campsite as we feel it is overpriced at $49 with discount then no free WiFi which we hadn't realized until we arrived, also there is a charge to use the showers. The staff member at check in was very friendly and helpful. Although the site we were on was huge it was all grass and although not muddy it was messy due to the rain. The cable TV was very good and it is a good park for families and gatherings. - Harris England
Oct 2015 - $59.00
We had a premium back-in site which was so long it would accommodate any size RV and vehicle and was very easy to back into. The grass was well worn where there had been objects placed for extended periods of time. There are nice large trees that are well placed for the sites. There is plenty of space between RVs on the sides but fairly close in the back where there were shared hookups for the water. We were there for 2 nights on a very busy weekend with lots of families but over all it was fairly quiet. - BandPS
Jul 2016 - $42.00
Our reservation for a 50Amp pull through was not honored. We received a 30Amp back in site that was not well maintained. It was covered it trash and appeared to be where people walked their dogs, excrement was everywhere. Manager was unwilling to move us to the area we reserved because we only booked two nights, even though several sites were empty in that area.
We will never stay here again. - 5nomads
Jul 2012 - $42.00
Large campground with lots of seasonals, but everything kept up nicely. No pull-throughs but no trouble backing in our big rig. Odd utility placement, at least at our site; wasn't sure we were going to be able to reach the sewer, which was behind our rig. RVParkReviews says there is a river, but if there is, I sure couldn't find it. Very disorganized in office, but at least nice about it. Cable OK. Wi-Fi strong. Showers are coin-operated, which I think is uncalled for in a $42 campground. Laundry room is small, washers and dryers are $2 and not particularly efficient. Nice pool, looks clean but was cold. There is a small miniature golf course but didn't see any other playground. The worst part was the extremely loud band on Saturday night at the bar in front of the campground - still playing at 12:30 a.m. and we had to close the windows and turn the air conditioner on to drown them out. Web site says "walk to beach"; it's a hefty walk and a pretty unattractive municipal beach that you have to pay to get on. Mosquitoes were bad. Convenient to Plattsburg and AuSable Chasm and Montreal is only about an hour away. - Luvtheroad
Sep 2011 - $40.00
It is not a great campground. It is just average. Lots of open spaces without a tree in sight. A few sites in the back can give a little shade. Plattsburgh is where a pivotal battle in the War of 1812 was fought. You might as well learn a little about it when you are here. - LarryJohnston
Jul 2011 - $32.00
Very old & musty bathrooms. Showers were tiny, but fairly clean. Very hilly & unlevel lots, but nice & shady. Okay for overnight after touring the gorgeous Ausable Chasm. - Jeter1954
Jul 2007 - $29.00
Formerly a KOA. Needs some work, but it was ok to use as a base for visiting the local area. Stayed five nights. Site was surrounded by tall pines, but was open enough to see the stars at night. It was all grass, fairly level, w/picnic table and fire ring. Campground shower area was private with each of the shower areas having its own entry door. Didn't see or hear anything about the thefts as mentioned in the previous post. We were near the front of the campground and therefore close to the office so that may have provided some protection. Interior roads were rough in some areas, but not bad enough to do any damage. - JWEngle
Jul 2007 - $29.00
I was warned that Ausable Chasm Campground was in poor condition but I tried anyway. Booked for a week but only stayed overnight and ONLY because we arrived late into New York State. Pool is tiny and 3' deep for wading only. Washrooms were pathetic (single toilet and basin, single shower, full of mud). Biggest problem, however, was theft within the park. Bikes, chairs and BBQs have been disappearing from campsites. Not the campground's fault but clearly made for an anxious overnight stay. I would not recommend this park for any extended stays. - FamilyAntigua