16 RV Parks near Mountain Dale, New York
Sep 2015 - $23.00
With the exception of the pool, this park is very rundown and in desperate need of maintenance and repair. Roads and sites are in poor condition. The owners show little interest in the upkeep of the park and would sell out given an interested buyer. We were the only short term visitor. All others were seasonal and apparently long term occupants. - skigoldsboro
Sep 2009 - $23.00
Sorry we didn't know about this web site before we stayed. The pull-through we had was full of puddles and high grass making it impossible to keep your feet dry. A lot of run down trailers in the park and no one was friendly, including the owner. I would avoid this park at all costs. - jimhilz
Aug 2007 - $38.00
We DID NOT stay here. We were looking for a place south of the Catskills that had open sites for satellite reception, and was reasonably priced (if you have Passport America, half price Sun-Thu). We just didn't like the looks of the place. It was run down and just looked junky as you pull up. Admittedly the playground looks nice and the pool looked clean. Once you drive past the office, the paved road turns into a rough gravel road that is almost just a two-track. Seems to be a lot of seasonal sites. - Big Rig Full Timer
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
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
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 2011 - $62.00
Great family campground, the grounds are clean, staff is very friendly from the guy checking parking passes to the guy cleaning up sites. The splash pool is great for little ones. The sites are level but could use more gravel as it rained on us and we had a lot of mud. The playgrounds are great and the kids love the fire truck rides. Fishing is awsome, the lake is well stocked and all you need is some bread and small hooks (we used left over pancakes). There is always something to do, if you get bored its your own fault. The ranger station is at the bottom of a big hill which can be troublesome, but it is well stocked and priced fair. We have been here 2 times a year for 6 years. To show how dedicated the staff is to their "guest" (I say that b\c you feel like one, not like a customer) last year there was a power outage and they gave everybody a free night voucher. If you live in NYC or Long Island I would go to this one, or Gardiner. - ej1332
Oct 2015 - $40.00
Just finishing up our second season here as seasonal campers. In season there is some kind of entertainment every weekend. Breakfast every Saturday and Sunday. Friendly and hard working owner and staff. Highly recommend this place. We are very happy here. - VinnyP
Jul 2015 - $15.00
My favorite part of this campground is that I have yet to stay in a tight site. Most of the sites I have stayed in are very spacious. Clean bathrooms and showers and a large beautiful pool. They have farmers markets on site and food vendors. Very festive environment on the weekends. WiFi is available to the sites but you have to pay for it. Sites are level, and some are covered in grass which was a nice treat.
The store was often left unmanned and didn't have much inventory, almost an afterthought. Also, not sure I'd call the staff friendly. I'd say they are closer to being a bit on the arrogant side. Nothing negative, just in comparison to other campgrounds the staff was a bit on the cold side. But all in all a nice campground. I would go again. - Riot Pat
Oct 2014 - $47.00
Mostly seasonal sites. This campground does not cater to transients. If you are not a member of "the Club" you are treated like a second class citizen. We reserved for three nights and had to pay in full at the time of reserving via the internet. This is a beautiful part of the country but we would not stay at this campground again. - suebobby
Jul 2008 - $30.00
Very family friendly campground. Very rustic, shaded and quiet. Had no trouble getting hold of owners and employees. - happycamper123
Sep 2006 - $30.00
Trash strewn at the entrance and along the access road, narrow dirt roads with numerous potholes, the pond was covered with some green sludge, permanent sites' trailers covered in mildew. Staff rarely answered their phone. No wonder there's no TL or Woodalls listing for it. We pulled in, looked around, and left in a big hurry. - Choxnpinz
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
Sep 2016 - $50.00
Campground is tired, office disorganized. Could not level. Excess slope. Service building worn, no 'store.' Potential is there. - EdCHP
Aug 2016 - $50.00
This campground is kind of remote although it's about 15 minutes from a mall and a variety of shopping options. You have to navigate a bit of a narrow road to get here. For us this was a two night stop without any particular objective. On the plus side, we had full hookups with 30amp service. They have a pool and offer free WiFi which worked pretty well for us. Driveways are gravel in fairly good condition. Restrooms are rustic but OK. On the negative side, $50 per night seems too much given the facilities and the location. We had basically a dirt site with a little grass. After a little rain we were bringing mud into our motorhome on our feet. Their website is particularly unhelpful in explaining their facilities, hookups, etc. About the only thing you can determine from the website is the price. - Coopsecondact
Jul 2016 - $34.00
This was quite a drive from I84 and you think you are lost, but you eventually get there. The good side is that it is quiet. Our site was large and very comfortable. The management is contracted by the Town of Wallkill and the staff is young and inexperienced in management skills. They allowed a young couple to "blast" music from their car radio while they played basketball. They allowed another woman to go balistic and yell offensive words at another person for about 20 minutes without taking any measures to maintain a quiet atmosphere. The campground itself is very nice, but it could be improved. We stayed three nights in a 27' motor home with tow. - Thirdtime
Oct 2016 - $12.00
We enjoyed our stay at Rondout. The staff was super helpful and courteous. There are a variety of sites, shady, sunny, and a mixture. Permanent sites we're all well cared for. Many sites are on the stream, we enjoyed the sounds from the 'babbling brook'. There is a nice forested area for camping that reminded us of our childhood camping days. - KariS
Sep 2016 - $1.00
Nice big sites, sites are also level and well maintain. Verizon service for cell and hot spot were both good. Very peaceful campground with good shade cover and well maintained. We will look forward to visiting this campground again in the future. - M5Adventures
Sep 2016 - $1.00
First, the staff are top notch; very friendly and very accommodating.
We were assigned to a wooded area but had difficulty maneuvering our rig. So we asked to be moved to the field.
We were here on Labor Day weekend so we did expect it to be crowded.
Still it was very quiet And the quiet time was quiet!
We would return this campground. - leen
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