31 Parks near Lake George, New York
Jun 2013 - $22.00
State operated park gets high marks because of its proximity to the resort Village of Lake George with all attractions and many restaurants in walking distance. Two beaches, lake cruises, and fort tours similarly close by. Park staff is friendly and some sites can accommodate larger RVs. In the center of town, but once there you would never know it since park is surrounded by pines on three sides. Great, inexpensive location to spend a couple of days taking advantage of all the Village has to offer. - Charlie S
Jul 2016 - $61.00
Our worst experience in over a year of full-time travel. The rudest staff that we have ever encountered. We made reservations 9 months in advance for July 4th weekend for a pull- through site with full hook-ups and 50 amp service. When we checked in, we were told that we would need to disconnect our tow car and were then taken to a site that was too short for our 40 ft motorhome without the toad in an open parking area next to the basketball court with a foot of dead grass between sites and not a tree or landscaping in sight. We then realized that it was a 30 amp site. When we contacted the office, they blatantly said that it was our fault, we must have not asked for a bigger site or 50 amp service. Their "deluxe RV sites" are any sites with electric and sewer. Amazingly, not one person apologized. We demanded a refund and left as we would not pay $61 for that dump. The roads are narrow, the sites are packed. This is the first park that I have rated less than a 6. Please go somewhere else and don't give these people more business. - Bunci
Oct 2015 - $36.00
This campsite is in the tourist area of Lake George near to many attractions, amusement parks and outlet shopping. We used it as a base for seeing the stunning Adirondack Mountains. Our site was one of the better ones being a pull thru and level with gravel standing and grass between sites and could accommodate our 36ft rig ok although the entrance road to the site was a a bit tight. It's easy access from the 1-87 but no highway noise. Wifi was good except late evening when I guess everyone is logged on. Cable TV good. - Harris England
Sep 2015 - $49.00
I think our price included a a premium for being here during a BIG car show.
They have a late check-in time but they accommodated us because our site was empty - just be aware of the check-in time.
Very convenient location to Lake George Village and the many Outlets in the other direction.
Our site was spacious, but cannot say anything about the rest of the campground because we were near the entrance. We had our neighbors gazebo about a foot away from our driver-side slide, but fortunately no one was there. Other sites we saw near us were pretty nice, but not private.
Wifi was very hard to get logged into. It often took us 15-30 minutes to connect and then it was often very slow.
Cable TV was good. - motorboater
Jul 2013 - $26.00
We go every year. This is the only campground directly on the Lake near Lake George Village. We reserve months beforehand and get one of the largest spaces which is in walking distance of a restaurant, deli and liquor store. Usually very quiet and the staff could not be more helpful. They even allowed us to stay 3 hours past checkout so that our grandson could swim a little more. Although it was brutally hot during the first week of July, the lake did the trick in refreshing us. My grandchildren also love camping here. - cancellm
Jul 2013 - $22.00
State operated campground convenient to resort village of Lake George (1mi), plus there is a shuttle during the summer to take you to the village ($1). Some sites have long a walk downhill, which means you have to climb back up, to a beach and lake view area. Lake is the major attraction, and it's fun to watch the paddle boats and float the lake. Best sites are in the lower numbers on the lake side as this campground spans both sides of a main road. Facilities are somewhat aged but maintained the best as possible by staff. Mid-week stays are the best, especially during July and August when they are packed. Most sites are heavy pines, and there is one very open field-type area. Not recommended if inclement weather, especially with kids. - Charlie S
Aug 2012 - $30.00
Nice state park relatively clean. This park could easily have gotten a better score. However, beach is extremely small and only chest deep. The west side of the park should only be used for tents only. We were assigned a site here site was barely big enough and road ways are too narrow. The east (lake) side seemed much more accommodating and if we stay here again that were we will stay. - cbshea02
Jul 2016 - $57.00
Large rig friendly, we had a nice pull-through site with full hookups. Cable, 30 and 50 amp, sewer, water. No WiFi, and Verizon signal was poor. Fire pit was very nice on a cement pad. Site was not that level since we were on a hill. The main issue we had was the site was loose sand. It would be much better with crushed stone or gravel. My truck sank in as did the leveling pads. The pool area was very nice as was the camp store. Very few organized activities for the kids. Great location, though, which is why we chose this location. 5 minutes to Lake George and one hour to Ft. Ticonderoga. If you need a nice campground to stay at while visiting Lake George, this is a good option. - Pshaine
Jul 2015 - $45.00
Beautiful, quiet park tucked away in the woods. Close to the highway, but noise isn't noticeable in the RV. Would have rated it a 9, but leveling required 20 minutes, 4 layers of pads and a shallow trench on the opposite side. When leaving we had to back out of our pull-through site because the road in front had a 3-foot pitch and I worried about scraping bottom. Roomy sites with lots of foliage, nice pool, store, cable and trail. Showed a kid's movie every night. Verizon signal was good but with intermittent bandwidth issues, AT&T weak. Dirt roads kicked up some dust. Lovely and convenient location; we would definitely come back. - Keeping up with the Joneses
Aug 2013 - $57.00
A very nice campground. Yes, hilly, but very scenic. There are a number of sites that seem to be seasonal. Our site, w/e/s, was #83 and we kind of felt it was one of the best sites. So private, and shady. We towed in our 30 foot TT and didn't have any issues navigating the hills or turns. I think they are cognizant of the areas trailers/rvs can't negotiate easily. The pool area is clean and relaxing. The kids enjoyed that very much along with the game room. It is convenient to Lake George yet nice in that you can get away from everything and relax at the campground. We could hear the highway from our site and realized the bridge was very near. Overall really didn't bother us but you can hear it. No complaints! - JessieJake
Jun 2016 - $66.00
This park is very nice and well maintained. It looks like they do plenty of upgrades yearly. The tennis courts and basletball court just got a makeover with new fencing being installed right now. All of the walking/biking trails are paved and you can get many miles in the park alone. They also link to the city trails just outside the park. There are numerous other activities for all to enjoy in the campground. The rustic setting was also very quite.
We had a site that was more than long enough for our camper and truck. It was buffered from our neighbors sites with trees and shrubs.
We would definitely use this campground again. - John Borajkiewicz
May 2016 - $100.00
Great Place! Wonderful RV park. Many amenities ! The camp store has everything you need and more. Very friendly staff and the park is well maintained. Have been going there for over 4 years. Many sites to see and the scenery is beautiful ! - queeniegirl
Aug 2015 - $90.00
This is one HUGE campground! We were in the 130s and although very clean (they vacuum the sites), it felt very institutional (not many trees where we were, man made lakes, paved roads, etc...). This being said, there were no bugs either which was a plus for us. The facilities we excellent and the location is great. The trolley into town was cool. We did not visit the dog park as it was too far from our site...you have to drive really to get from one end to the other this place is so big. Staff were great. Easy in and out. Over all good place once you know what you are getting. - Gus_976
Jun 2016 - $78.00
Very large sites. Spotless. When an RV leaves a clean-up crew arrives, rakes the site and prepares it for the next camper. As we don't have pets, we like the idea of no pets allowed. This is an extremely well managed facility. - Mike Perrault
May 2016 - $43.00
This is a truly beautiful landscaped facility, and spotlessly clean. It is a gated community, and we were given a card to access it when coming back in. The two employees we dealt with were knowledgeable and courteous, even though we were arriving shortly before the office was to close for the night. Yes, there seem to be a lot of rules regarding guests (we didn't have any), but there are quiet hours during which we observed it to be just that - quiet! Our stay was a stopover on our way elsewhere, and our only regret is that we didn't have more time to spend at the campground itself. We would definitely come back for a longer stay! - Momcat49
Sep 2015 - $48.00
Nice quiet park. Dirt site with lots of trees which was fairly muddy during our stay. Fairly level site. Many permanent trailers in the campground. Restrooms were nice, and the trash cans were conveniently positioned. Full hook-up with cable. - Alicenpete
Sep 2012 - $33.00
The campground is OK. I think some of the sites are a little close to each other if it was busy, but we had very few campers staying with us so that was not a problem. The owners were very nice and let us pick our sites but I will say that some of the placements of the water and electric hookups were far away from the camper and you may need extra hose or cord. The campground was kept clean and the restrooms while very old were also clean, my only real problem was the fact that they CHARGE you to throw away trash, $2.00 each time you use the dumpster, now I don't like to have trash at the site at night so this charge after paying a nightly rate did not make me very happy, I would have given this campground a higher rating if not for that. - Skieast
Jul 2007 - $30.00
We camped here Friday & Saturday night for our son's 10th birthday. Upon our arrival, the owner made it abundantly clear she is not very friendly if bothered after 8pm (we were checking in @ 7). We discovered we had to purchase an adapter for 20 amp accommodation, which limited our amenity usage. Our son was instructed to ride his bike only in certain areas of the campground. We were not allowed to walk our dog anywhere on the campground even after presenting a valid rabies certificate. Our small dog was not allowed off our site at any time. To use the pool, they insist 2 adults are there at all times. If one adult leaves the pool area, everyone has to get out until a 2nd adult arrives. This was a problem as there were many sites open which meant there were not many adults present to accommodate. Apparently, they claim it is State Law however, I seriously doubt anyone would shut down a pool with a Father & 2 10 year-olds in it. The site we were put on was tight and not level. There were many other sites available with easier accessibility. Again, not many people there. We ended up staying with friends down the road until bedtime & left promptly Sunday morning. For $30/night, we expected much more. We will never return to this campground & suggest everyone who reads this to strongly consider this information. - inthedraft8
Jul 2016 - $61.00
Decent private campground located on a busy road nest to McDonalds in Warrensburg. It is not a resort but they did have a small pool and some activities on the weekend we were there. As a previous review mentioned the waterfront sites were squeezed tightly together. I have seen worse however. We chose to park our truck next to the motorhome because we had our kayaks in it and wanted them close by. This made a small site smaller since the tail gate of the truck was backed up to our awning. Positives: Brand new shower house with unisex shower rooms each with a shower, sink and toilet. You can kayak directly from your site. If you sit behind your RV on the river bank, you can forget how crowded the campsite and campground are and enjoy watching the river, ducks and kayakers go by. To maintain 110 for our A/C we had to turn off everything including putting the fridge on propane. Verizon worked well, we had 4G and our hotspot worked as well. If you want a convenient campground near the Lake George attractions, and don't mind crowded sites this campground is an okay choice. It also is about $30/40 cheaper per night than some of the resort campgrounds in the area. - PENNY
May 2016 - $63.00
My review is based on a holiday weekend stay, things may be different (spaced out sites, etc.) during a slower time. Overall the park itself is large with several wooded areas for both campers and tent sites. The location is on a busy road with what we felt was a tight turn to enter the park. Departing, we had to wait for quite some time before we were able to safely make a left hand turn with the camper behind us. For it being right off the road though it was quiet. The pool was always crowded (because of the holiday?) but they do have access to the Schroon River and a swimming area there too. They had seasonal sites there but nothing I felt was excessive. There were several (very close to each other) back-in sites along the river and most of the interior pull-throughs were for the larger 5th wheels. The back-in sites along the river were dirt, very fine dusty / sandy dirt, however the site was level. The weather was nice while we were there but expect a mud pit if there's a good rain. Activities for the kids? There was a basketball court, few swings, arcade, and I'm not sure about the mini-golf. The mini-golf looked like its seen better days, I don't think it was in service when we were there, the holes weren't properly marked and I never saw anyone playing. The site had cable with a variety of channels and WiFi. We didn't bother too much with the Internet, maybe to check email here and there. They only allowed each device to be connected for 60 minutes and with it so bogged down and slow it wasn't worth the hassle. The staff was friendly, guided you to your site, and ran the small store. Even though they're on the river, the store (at the time of this review) did not sell live bait. - AJay
Sep 2015 - $50.00
Peace and quiet with a serene view was what we were looking for and found it here. We were fortunate to find an opening right on the river and were greeted every morning with a beautiful mist and a family of ducks :)
Though it appears that it's a bit cramped it's not..the way the site is planned with a slight angle you do enjoy a decent size quiet area to relax. There is a 24 hr Price Chopper supermarket literally across the street which was a huge plus. One highway exit to downtown Lake George put us close enough yet far enough away from the crowds.
The campground offers kayak and canoe rentals, the river is very calm almost still which made paddling a breeze. Decent fishing for bass, sunfish and possibly trout. Great for adults, probably a challenge with small children to have fun on the grounds. - koeka
Oct 2012 - $49.00
This place is a major dump. We stayed in the overflow area. The sites were un-level and the electric did not work at all. The restrooms were in major need of updating and the pool (if you can call it that) was full of pond scum. I can't believe this place and if we were not staying with a pre-arranged group I would have moved the day we arrived. So give it a rating of -1. No way would we stay here again. - MovinOnDownTheRoad
Jul 2009 - $49.00
My family had a decent stay here at this campground. Nothing in particular was wrong with the campground, it was just that this campground is located very close to a main road so there is a lot of noise from the traffic. We also did not find it to be as much fun as some of the other parks that we have visited. - motorhomeman
Oct 2007 - $39.00
The campground is conveniently located between exits 19 and 20 off I87 on route 9. Large sites. The interior roads are dirt as are the campsite pads. This is an older campground with plenty of trees. Larger rigs would probably wish to stay up front in the grassy field. We did see some large fifth wheels and large motorhomes in the treed sites but they were carefully maneuvering through the trees. The campground is within walking distance of the Six Flags Great Escape Amusement Park. (1/2 mile.) Also, there is outlet shopping nearby as well as restaurants and a Walmart. The downside to the campground is the road noise from the interstate. You can see the cars and trucks through the trees. Also, the 30 amp electrical is weak and the power browned out as well as cut out several times over the weekend. - PENNY
Jun 2016 - $33.00
Unfortunately, we did not have a good experience at the Lake George Escape RV Park. We made reservations three weeks in advance, and were careful to tell the representative that our Fifth Wheel is 13' 4" tall, and 41 feet long. We were assured that we would not have any issues (when speaking with the person making the reservation and a follow-up call to the campround office), with the interior roads or trees/branches, and that the site assigned to us, was long enough for our RV and Truck. Our first indication of trouble, was when we followed the campground's website directions from Route 87.... One of the roads had a weight capacity of 5 Tons (we assume that most full timer's rigs exceed that). Also, just before the campground entrance, is a bridge underpass with no height signs. In order to safely pass under, we had to travel very slowly on the shoulder, and still were close to hitting our roof air conditioner. When we went to the check in, and mentioned the road weight restriction and underpass, the employees indicated that we were only the first customers to mention the road weight restriction, and the second to mention the underpass height. Neither of these issues were mentioned in their directions. We asked to be taken to see our site, before we drove in with the rig. I asked what height the tree branches were cut to, and the employees did not have an answer. The tree branches that were over the interior road were at height of 10 feet (our estimate). The employees did try to find another site that could accommodate our rig, but the roads to this second site, also had low hanging branches, and the road width was tight. We observed that most of the rigs that were in the campground were significantly lower in height in shorter in length. We were refunded our money, and left through the exit (which also had one low hanging branch). - 2FullTimersinaFifth
Oct 2015 - $38.00
Did a quick mid week stay and they had plenty available. We caught the tail end of the fall foliage. Its a large camp ground and it was easy to ask for and receive a more secluded spot. We like privacy and could tell, by driving around, that they have many sites that afford that request. There are cabins but we didn't get to see one. There is a general store and several activity centers. We were only a couple, but could see where a family would enjoy staying here, not only for the attractions in the area, but the arcade and nature areas in the park to walk. - william cate
Aug 2015 - $94.00
Very large park with a large percentage of tent sites. We stayed in their most basic rental cabin and it had ample space for a family of 5. TV, fridge and a screen door were an added luxury. Pool is adjacent to a bar and a grill with very reasonable rates. Downside was it turned into a dance floor with a DJ who played extremely loud rap music until 10pm on weeknights. Our cabin was 30 yards away. Staff was extremely friendly. Camp store is large with a wide variety of offerings. - McNamara's Band