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18 RV Parks near Liberty, New York
We did however find 18 campgrounds within 25 miles of Liberty. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Liberty in the left hand column.
Sites: 170 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 3 Reviews
Aug 2006 - $19.00
This is one of the worst campgrounds we have ever stayed in. It is totally run down. If it hadn't taken us so long to get there, we would have kept driving. There are no signs to guide you. The sites are full of old shabby trailers that look as if they have been there for years. The pictures on the web site must have been taken years ago. Management dumped a group of more that 30 noisy teenagers on a bike tour onto the 3 sites around us. The park was almost empty so there were other areas to put them. We left early because of that and were promised a refund that we never got. Exercise room is a joke! It is a locked store room of discarded equipment. Showers had no hot water except in main building by the laundry. Would Never camp there again. No redeeming features to this campground. - Rubrhammer
Jun 2006 - $19.00
This is the worst campground I've ever stayed at. We left early and were promised a refund but no one there at the time knew how to give one. Never got the refund. Place is rundown beyond description. Lake is the color of Pepsi and it hadn't been raining. Exercise room is a storeroom for discarded equipment. Seasonals act like they own the place and their campers are so foul looking I couldn't believe the were habitable. June of 2006 visit. - Rubrhammer
Jun 2006 - $36.00
This is one of the worst campgrounds we have ever stayed in. It is totally run down. If it hadn't taken us so long to get there, we would have kept driving. The sites are full of old moldy trailers that look as if they have been there for years. There is no longer any television even though they advertise it. We locked our doors, pulled our shades and pulled out in the morning. It didn't even feel safe there. The pictures on the web site must have been taken years ago. - Muffie
Oct 2016 - $40.00
Very rustic campsite. 10 min from Bethal Woods Center for the Arts. (where Woodstock was). Only one other person there. Large game room - Great place for large groups to meet. They also had vintage campers that you could rent if you needed one. Really liked it. Not good for large rvs or buses. Roads too tight and height clearance issues. - Paige Taylor
Jun 2018 - $65.00
We had a wonderful stay! The park is clean, the activities for kids are entertaining, and our RV site was spacious. We didn't feel cramped like other parks. The staff really does make an effort to entertain the kids and be engaging. We are looking forward to going back again! - Deft_Outdoorsman
Oct 2016 - $68.00
An excellent family park, now owned by Sun RV Resorts. The sites are on several hills, with rustic cabins and lodges throughout the upper end of the park. Excellent tenting facilities, with a covered pavilion, recreation hall, water park, a fishing pond, snack bar, well-stocked ranger station and golf cart rentals. (No transient guests may bring in their own, and motorcycles are not permitted inside the park beyond the ranger station). Friendly staff and visits by Yogi, Cindy and Boo Boo bears. - Vicki R
Sep 2015 - $44.00
Only has five 50amp sites, and they are very nice indeed.
Mostly paved roads, gravel sites, lots of trees. Ideal for
families with kids, a zillion things to keep the kids busy.
Somewhat steep angle turning off Rt 52 in a 40' motorhome,
likely to scrape at the rear. Go another street down to Dairlyland rd,
then Lake House to Martinfeldt and come in the back way.
Very busy in summer, and on weekends. Overall, a very nice
campground and clearly the best in the area. It was perfect
for our 4 day visit to see friends in the area. - macandphyl
Jul 2005 - $38.00
We stayed here in a class A motorhome. Sites are a spacious 50' wide. Many branches overhanging roadway. Seasonal people (about 10 trailer homes worth), very loud and at times screaming, playing very loud music (great bass tube), all at 1 o'clock in the morning. Very disrespectful. The campground owners were very sweet. They moved us to another site across from the pool apoligizing for the noise. We would not stay there again. - carol
Jul 2018 - $45.00
An old campground in need of repair. Provided full hookups, but even those were tired. Pool open for only a few hours a day because owner said it was her prerogative. Kids' area dirty. Pond barely accessible with paddle boats on shore but broken. Some sites had not been cleaned and had dangerous debris in them. It sends a clear message the campground is on the downhill side of what was once a nice facility, being run by owners who have lost their concern. Sad. - EdCHP
Aug 2017 - $26.00
Cheap place to stay for an overnight stop. We stayed two days so we could visit Bethel on the second day. Water was good, sewer hook-up worked, electric worked, grass was cut and smelled great. We were the only camper in the park that wasn't seasonal but we didn't come there to socialize. Nice quiet place at night to sleep without noise of noisy kids running around.
Be prepared to not be wowed or highly impressed. The place is run down but serviceable. Priced fairly using Passport but I certainly would not pay $51.00 a night to stay here. With a little effort someone could probably make a decent campground out of this place. It certainly has the potential. - Rvdixie1
Jul 2017 - $25.00
Site was grass and deeply rutted, no where near level; very tall grass; grounds have not been maintained in months (years); weeds are abundant and I was concerned about snakes hiding in them within 20 feet of our site although I never saw one; playground, pavillion in complete disrepair; the bathroom/showers/laundry room were disgusting. Pool is being renovated, old boards are laying on grounds with the nails sticking up, water looks like it has not been maintained in years; We called and left a message for owners to see if they had coffee in the store and they never returned the call; in fact, the "store" has not been restocked in years; previous "terrible" reviews of this facility are still relevant. - Barbara Aileen
Sep 2016 - $69.00
This park had trouble with its wifi and cable. Went in 9/23 and everything in the park was closed. No hiking trails connected to the park and your in the middle of nowhere so you need a car. In season I think this park would be too small and crowded. Too expensive for what you get and not sure why everyone rates it so high. If you want any kind of space to go the Oak section. - buddykate
Sep 2014 - $65.00
Skyway is a lovely older campground. With the mega campgrounds around nowadays, I would hesitate to call it a resort though. Nonetheless, we greatly enjoyed our stay here in R1 & R2 with family members. The owners have run Skyway for 45 years and now their children help out. All of them are extremely friendly and helpful and contributed to our enjoyable stay. There were a few negatives. Primarily, they do need to address the access to the campground. The turns are really too sharp for the bigger rigs. There is a lovely area near the front entrance called Strawberry and would be perfect for big rigs but there is still at least one sharp turn to maneuver. The access to this area could be reconfigured and should be really. I believe the owner puts some weekenders up in the back (which is up a decent hill). If they want privacy - that's great, but if they want to use any of the amenities, they've got a hike. Everything is down the hill and most is across a very quiet country road (pool, basketball court, pond). Now on to the positives. We loved this place. Gorgeous sites - most were huge. Wifi was perfect all the time (perhaps they've upgraded since the previous review?), with several transmitters throughout the campground. Roads were graded nicely and we thought they were plenty wide enough. This is the Catskills which means lots of trees! We love that this campground has left so many lovely trees around - it was stunning this weekend with the fall color. But if a branch here and there brushing the top is a concern, ask for the Strawberry or Ridge areas,they're the most open and except for the one inital tight turn, the most accessible. There are quite a few seasonals - although some younger families have left due to the newly remodeled Jellystone nearby. So the crowd right now skews a bit older and quieter. Skyway is the type of campground to relax, do a couple activites they organize and then go find something fun to do on your own. It's not a go-go place. We loved it. With a few improvements, it would be absolutely perfect. We'll definitely be going back. - Gala62
Aug 2014 - $72.00
Review for this park dated June 2014 is exactly right on the money in every aspect. Office staff was very friendly. Ridiculous price for a campground with a pool. This park is barely big rig accessible, and not at all big rig friendly. Road to the park is narrow and roads in the park are very stressful to negotiate given the obstacles. We will not return. - Snidely Whiplash
Jul 2018 - $20.00
First, the campground is difficult to reach. If you go the wrong way, you will find out that the bridge leading into the campground is only 6 ft. 6 in. You will have to turn around and head back the way you came, over another one-lane bridge to be on the correct side of the river. I understand it's not the parks fault, but better signs warning people approaching the park would be a great help. The sites are very close together, and right next to the road. Most of the sites are gravel, with almost no tree cover from the sun. The showers are outside the campground on the day use area. Men's showers where clean, but my wife did not say the same thing for the women's. Also, they don't tell you that the gate is closed at 9 PM, so if you happen to shower at night keep that in mind. - JC0311
Jul 2016 - $20.00
I don't really understand the poor reviews for this state park campground. No this is not a KOA. It's not intended to be. What it is, is a place to camp if you like a rugged kind of outdoor trip. The park itself is a heavily wooded Catskill Mountain State Park with nice scenery and a small river or large stream however you want to look at it. Trout fishing is outstanding. If your kids need Yogi Bear and water slides this isn't it. If you want beautiful scenery, great fishing, and quiet pitch black nights of old school camping: you should rather like this place. - GDM
Jun 2009 - $20.00
No amenties... Nothing for the kids... Boring ... Cheap but not really worth it ! - camper2005
Jun 2017 - $1.00
We read some previous reviews of this campground from last year, and based upon those reviews, decided to try to obtain a site. The former reviews mentioned a steep road into the camp as well as some tight turns, but we thought we could manage with our coach. I was wrong. We were told to pick any site our coach could fit into so we drove the Jeep around until we found a site that would be appropriate. I must also say that it had probably rained for several days prior to our arrival and the ground was probably saturated. It turns out the soil in the camp is a mixture of river sand and rock, covered with nice grass. As I attempted to back into our site the front end of the coach sank into the grass and the rear wheels just spun, digging into the soil enough that the tag wheels held the weight and we got stuck. The camp owner was extremely helpful in trying to get us out. But neither his 4x4 truck nor our Jeep could budge the RV. We had to have a wrecker winch us out. This is a really nice camp if your rig is less than 38'. I wish we could have stayed there for awhile. The owner was extremely helpful, and friendly, as were all the campers we met while there. Although this campground isn't the place for larger rigs, if your rig is smaller, you will love this place. The fishing here is said to be fantastic. - glenstmary
Oct 2016 - $50.00
The entrance to the park is not lit up at night so you better know where you are going. Speed signage and other signs going down the entrance could be more visible in the dark; either way go slow. We were escorted to our site which was easy to back in even with a 40ft motorcoach. It was so level we almost didn't need the jacks. It wasn't until the morning we realized what a beautiful and wonderfully updated campground it was. The sewer on our site was too far to hookup to - but no problem. The bathrooms were extremely comfortable and updated. If we had charcoal briquettes we would have used the permanent grills for meals. We camped with our two dogs who took full advantage of the proximity to the Beaverkill River. So close to downtown Roscoe and Roscoe Brewing Co. If I didn't have my own motorhome, I'd rent a cabin - adorable! - C Trifari
Sep 2016 - $40.00
They've spent a lot of money upgrading amenities. New bath and showers and paved entry which is a good thing since the grade is pretty steep. No sewer hook ups along the river though, which we were led to believe we would have. Store was nice and new but was rarely attended. We spent a couple of days trying to buy a bag of ice. Finally broke down and went into town to purchase one. Overall though a pretty good stay. - Rodmaker15
Feb 2009 - $33.00
This camp was never a dump.. But, it is out of business now due to flooding of the beaverkill river a few years ago. - campsitegang
Sep 2005 - $25.00
Over-run by seasonals who keep their sites littered with trash. 15 amp service. They don't allow tote tanks - but will charge $8 for their dumping service. Bathroom garbage had something dying in it - was never emptied during our week-long stay. Young couple took over from father, office was never open during the week. Roscoe NY is adorable - this place is a dump. - flyingcloud