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Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $62.00
I usually don't give 10 ratings, but this place, despite it's price, is great. If you started camping in a tent in wooded state parks and only began RVing because advancing age dictated increased comforts, this place will remind you of a beautiful park in the woods. The reasons for the 10 is large, wooded, private sites with table and fire ring. WiFi works great. Cable TV works great. Laundry is clean, in good working order, and reasonably priced. Staff is friendly and knowledgeable. The whole place is clean. There is a good-sized dog park. Although we don't have kids anymore, there are lots of things for kids. It's quiet. There is no train 10 feet from our pillow. We will be here six days and enjoy it a lot. We camped at Lake George RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $84.00
Campsites were small. When I made my reservation they ask you to provide 3 choices. I did not get any of the 3 choices. They assign your site the day of arrival based on availability. I knew this when I made the reservation but you would think for the price they would be more accommodating. If you do not have kids with you, and are not excited by magicians, jugglers, and hypnotists I would avoid this park. Easy access to county bike path approximately 3 miles to Lake George. Also trolley service was fine, Wi-Fi adequate. Probably great place if you have young kids with you. We enjoyed biking and Lake George, not worth the price for me personally. We camped at Lake George RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2014 - $100.00
Lake George RV Park is a first-rate RV park situated just minutes away from the town of Lake George. There is so much do do in the area, plus there is loads to do without even leaving the park. The staff are very friendly and welcoming, and they do a good job of making sure you have a great, relaxing time while you are in their care. There are campsites for all sizes of RVs and there are all of the amenities you expect from a top-notch RV park. There are several pools, a couple lakes, laundry rooms, a well-stocked store with anything you might have forgotten to bring and anything you may need for a quick fix for your RV. I would have given a better score on value if we didn't have to pay extra for bringing two children. I think the daily price should easily cover the costs of two kids. It is a family campground, so the price should cover the cost of a normal family. I will be back if I ever get the chance. I love this campground. We camped at Lake George RV Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2014 - $84.00
One of if not the best park in the Lake George area. Very well designed park with excellent interior paved roadways. Office staff are very professional and courteous. Most sites are spacious and level with good utilities. Well stocked camp store and many great amenities including an on property café.....playhouse and a trollies system that takes you into town. Conveniently located near outlet malls...shopping centers and restaurants. They have a GREAT new dog park that will open late July 2014. Both pools are beautiful and clean as are the restrooms /showers. We come here on an annual basis and will continue to do so. We camped at Lake George RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2014 - $84.00
If you have children - this place is a 10. Unreal facilities, snack bar, movie theatre, pools, basketball, tennis etc all on site and in excellent condition. Very well organized. In some areas there is a lot of room between sites. In others it appears to be very close and I have never seen so many towels on clothes lines overnight. Interior roads are asphalt/excellent, sites are crushed gravel. As a site to explore the area (without children) a very nice park but very overpriced. We camped at Lake George RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2014 - $83.00
First time to the Lake George area, and what a cluster of available RV accommodations to choose from. Settled on the Lake George RV Resort mainly out of interest to see this place. The website sure indicated many, many activities. A little hesitant at first due to the cost, but in the end, WOW. Impressive right from the start. Clean, organized, neat landscaping. Employees that seemed to "want to be at the job". It is a huge complex, but organized. As others have mentioned, quite the dog park coming later this year. Nothing is done and built second rate. Simple things like your own garbage can, and daily pickup. Trolley service to the outlet malls and to the lake. And activities. We don't have kids, but could not imagine a better, safer campground. Met many families who have been coming for twenty years and longer. Larger sites. And even with the trees, the best Wi-Fi found in many, many years. Great bike paths, which connect to the Lake George bike path. If it is your first time, don't hesitate. Those of you that return year after year, I now understand why. We camped at Lake George RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2014 - $65.00
It's all been said before. This is a big clean park with lots to do. Still is. One bummer, the trolley only runs Saturdays in May, June, September, and October. We camped at Lake George RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2014 - $85.00
This is what I call a destination campground. You could go there and never leave. The amenities are probably too numerous to list but a few include indoor and outdoor pools, movies, live shows, bingo, trolley, cafe and more. We stay the upper level where there are mostly level pull-through sites. This place is expensive but we love the park and the area so much, we usually start our camping season with a week-long visit to this campground. We camped at Lake George RV Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2014 - $78.00
We have stayed here many times and have never been disappointed. It is like coming home. I just relax as soon as I get there. Where to begin? Sites are great! We stay in the lower section near the French mountain Playhouse. The sites are more open than up top. We find the sites below to be bigger, but up top they are more wooded. It's a preference, but all the sites are nice. Bathhouses are great - never dirty, lots of showers. There are many activities to do for young and old. Convenient to Lake George and Great Escape. The hiking trails are great. The roads are all paved, so good for bike riding, ripstickicking, and skate boarding. The price is a little steep, especially if you are going for a week, but it is well worth it. We camped at Lake George RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $63.00
This is a beautiful campground located in the destination resort area of Lake George, NY. There's enough to do in the park alone to keep you busy for several days, but all the local attractions are close by as well. We camped at Lake George RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $79.00
We have been to Lake George RV Park several times. With each visit, the park seems to get nicer and nicer. Every site is cleaned up by staff, minutes after a camper leaves. Sites are huge and very well shaded. They offer free shows (Magic, Hypnosis, Dog Shows, and Sword Swallowing – just to name a few). Trolley service throughout the park, large store, well stocked snack bar, 2 outside and 1 inside pool, two arcades, paved bike paths, two movie theaters, and so much more. I’ve been RV’ing for several years now, and this is (WITH-OUT A DOUBT) the nicest campground I’ve ever been to. Your views of the surrounding mountains are breathtaking. My recommendation would be to get a site on the lower level of the campground. The upper levels are all pull-throughs, however the lower level is closer to the theater for the shows, Movie Theaters, Snack Bar, and indoor pool. THIS CAMPGROUND IS “DA BOMB”!!! We camped at Lake George RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $45.00
Beautiful place. All paved roads, tennis courts, live theater, indoor pool and outdoor pool, close to outlet shopping and free trolley to/ from shopping outlets and free trolley to/from lake George village. Firewood very expensive in the park, Recommend seeing outfitter near outlet mall better value and quantities. Outfitter will provide state issue certificate for the firewood to meet local regulations. Nothing but great things to say about this place! We camped at Lake George RV Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2013 - $119.00
This was our sixth trip to this park. As usual, the amenities, facilities, the staff, and our site exceeded our expectations. The park is well maintained with an attention to details, and management continues to make sure your camping experience is a great one. Our only surprise was the nightly rate of $119.00 with 5 kids ($79 base rate plus $40 for the kids). We thought it was excessive and unaffordable for a lot of camping families. We camped at Lake George RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2013 - $79.00
Major tree issues. Huge park and all roads are one way so you have to drive quite a ways within the park to get to the sites, and we encountered a number of trees that were not trimmed. Most sites are not level, but are large. Internet is not that great. One side of the park is close to a very busy road, so noisy. Nice staff. TONS for kids and families to do. We encountered a number of loose dogs. One family violated this rule every day. I felt they should be kicked out but manager refused, but he did go talk to them. We camped at Lake George RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2013 - $79.00
Just visited this place for our fifth year in a row and it remains our favorite place ANYWHERE to camp, but I do have a couple of rather minor complaints. Pros: - Beautiful facility, with spotless grounds and buildings (camp store, bathrooms, cafe, pools). - - The sites in the main area are gorgeous, mostly nestled in the woods (except for one area near the Playhouse) and it's like camping in a forest in many ways. - Lots of activities and recreational options, like nightly magic, comedy and ventriloquist shows; very fun Bingo (with nice prizes, including a $75 gift certificate) two nights a week; three crystal clear pools (two outdoor, one indoor); world's best camp store; fitness center; laundry; multiple tennis and basketball courts, even a baseball diamond; free shuttles to the outlets, discounts for shuttles elsewhere; very close proximity to some of the best bike/running trails anywhere; paddle boats onsite; and so much more. - Fun things to do in the area, including: hiking the Adirondacks (did Marcy this year, Algonquin last year) and even closer peaks like Buck and Cat Mountains; very fun Adirondack Extreme Adventure Park right up the road in Bolton Landing (best to be in decent shape if you're going to do the harder courses); Six Flags, including several good roller coasters and the straight drop "Sasquatch" ride; aforementioned wonderful bike trails; hanging out in cute (touristy, but almost charmingly so) Lake George Village; driving up Prospect Mtn. and enjoying the views; Martha's for ice cream; our favorite little restaurant, The Boardwalk, for decent food and a table right on the lake; para-sailing; lake cruises; excellent places within driving distance to visit - Ticonderoga, Lake Placid, Vermont, Montreal; and tons more options. CONs - Expensive; this latest visit was $87/night due to the $8/night extra for my son (14). Seems as though the $79 base rate should allow for one or two children to occupy the site for free. - Maintenance can be a little annoying - sometimes they operate noisy leaf-blowers right near your site starting at around 9am. It's loud, can last a while, and often - when there's little in the way of leaves or debris to clear - doesn't seem necessary. They should strive to do this near occupied sites later in the morning, as people sometimes do enjoy sleeping in while on vacation! - Wi-Fi is spotty and should be better for the price paid - They seem to group people together when not necessary. We were there 8 nights and our neighbors, in a VERY narrow site right next to us, were there 5. Meanwhile, there were unoccupied sites ALL around us for most of those nights. Because of how narrow their site was, they were right on top of us. I understand this on the weekends, when it's going to be more crowded, but some of those nights were mid-week. The good news is you can request certain sites and next year, if we return, we'll probably request a different one. Besides that, however, this is as good as it gets when it comes to commercial sites. They are, by the necessity of meeting their operating costs and turning a profit, going to have sites that are pretty close together. That's why I really like state parks better, at least where I live (VA, MD area). But, state parks don't have to rely just on camper fees to pay their bills, so of course they can space their sites out a lot more. AND, they have nowhere close to the amenities LGRVP does. It would just be completely awesome to have the spacing of state parks AND the amenities of a place like this. Anyone know of such a place? We camped at Lake George RV Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
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