5 Parks near Pulaski, New York
Jun 2015 - $41.00
We got 2 weeks free camping with RV purchase so I don't know price. Staff was excellent when we arrived. They told us to park where we wanted to and call with number. Site was big with a nice concrete slab and full hookup. Cable worked well. We walked to the beach and it was very nice. Lots of seating. I had read that someone complained about too many rocks on the beach, but they were pretty rocks and lots of people were "shelling for rocks". There was still lots of sand. The reviews I had read were fairly negative, but we found it to be great! Neat, clean, nice sites and nice people. I would recommend parking a little further away from the main road, that's a little noisy, but otherwise I really liked this place! 50 amp service worked great. - Ginny H
Aug 2014 - $59.00
We camped here in a 32 foot 5th wheel. They gave us a choice of wooded or open. We choose a wooded site. The main road is paved all other roads are gravel/dirt and the road to the site was narrow but we were able to maneuver our camper to our site. Speed limit is 10 MPH on main road. The rule is that you may not joy ride through the park. You may drive your vehicle to and from your site, so you will need to bring your bikes or golf cart with you because this is a huge place. There are two bike paths in the park that lead to the camp store, pool and game room. There is no Wi-Fi at camp site, but you will get it at the beach and outdoor pavilion area. The beach has a rocky shore so bring your beach shoes. The water was very clear and on the cold side (we were here in August). Showers/bathrooms and laundry room were clean. It costs .25 cents to take a shower. Staff and neighbors were friendly. We would definitely camp here again. - shar1435
Jul 2013 - $50.00
We stayed here in our travel trailer in the 1700's section. I was amazed at how many permanent sites have been made since our last visit 8 years ago. This park is a glorified trailer park. They have a very limited number of transient sites since most sites are now permanent. A quarter of the seasonal sites were riddled with rubbish and looked decrepit. We were awoken at 3 am by a group of seasonal drunk campers riding around on golf carts and in personal vehicles, loudly talking and laughing. The amount of seasonal campers drinking and driving vehicles and golf carts around the park were astonishing. The park does not have waterfront sites available to weekend campers, although they do have water view sites. The swimming area is decent, but during our time swimming the life guard was on his cell phone the whole time. Security was on duty during the day pulling over speeders in personal cars, but was not present after 5pm, nor do they enforce the speed limit with the golf carts. The park has a decent amount of activities during the weekend. The bathrooms and showers are kept reasonably clean. The check in staff were very friendly to work with and made the process very quick. I will not be visiting this campground again, which is a shame since this was a favorite of ours 10 years ago before it was taken over by Thousand Trails/ Encore. - Nikki1479
Oct 2008 - $34.00
For us, this is another campground that is OK for an overnight or at most a couple of days if you need to do something in the area. Access roads from the interstate (I-81) are good 2 lanes, but the campground is somewhat out of the way. Roads in the campground are dirt in near poor condition. We found mostly seasonal occupancy but most units were in good condition and reasonably well kept. There are also several park models. The swimming pool is across the road at the associated motel complex as is the office for RV check-in. Utilities were adequate. Campground was quiet at night. It was raining when we were there and we noted quite a few low areas within the sites that contained standing water as did the roads. The sites are advertised as being gravel but all we could see were grass. Sites appear to be reasonably level. TV reception with off-air antenna was decent. There were no Satellite dishes in view anywhere and we did not attempt to use ours. We would probably try to find another campground in the area that might be more convenient. - dogman
Jul 2014 - $25.00
Selkirk Shores is a very popular campground in the Oswego, NY area - when we stayed there the campground was *completely full* on Friday and Saturday nights. We stayed in a site with electrical service, which worked fine. Sites are TINY, barely 30x20 feet; our tow vehicle wouldn't fit in the site with our 21 foot hybrid. The neighbor's campfire circle was almost under our camper, which made me more than a little nervous. Not the place to stay if you're not interested in a VERY social camping experience. Bathrooms were relatively new and kept reasonably clean, but due to apparent sewage problems didn't smell very good. Selkirk used to have a beach, but it's been closed for several years, though they do give you free access to the beach at another state park nearby. Essentially nothing to do at the park except fish in the Salmon River; there are no trails for hiking, no swimming, and no marina. - nextcube
Jun 2008 - $23.00
Very nice family oriented park. Rec staff were great (thanks Penny!) well organized, family friendly and facilities adequate for rainy days and sunshine alike. Beach is nice but bring water shoes as it's a bit rocky in the deeper areas. Sites are adequate but can accumulate standing water in a storm. Park staff is very nice, good patrols. Nice paved access for bike riding and excellent trails. No critter problems, fire pits are nice size as well. We really enjoyed it there and will definitely be back! - FleisM
Oct 2013 - $50.00
Stoney's is a great fish camp, or an RV camp with a lot of color. The Salmon run justifies the high rate, and you can get a guide who will almost guarantee you a good catch. That said, for the non-fishing customer, this may not be the place for you. Roads are rough, there are many dilapidated RVs on site, and the fish smell is prevalent. We loved it and hope to return to fish. - User424
Jun 2015 - $21.00
The was our second stay at Streamside. The new owner is very friendly and tries hard to make your stay enjoyable.
One of the big problems last year was the WiFi, which was seldom accessible. That has been fixed and WiFi is very good now, day or night. There is still no cable TV and OTA stations are sometimes OK but often reception is poor to none. It would be nice if they could offer cable or satellite.
There are no showers, but the laundry is very convenient.
The golf course the encircles that campsites has been expanded to 12-holes from the original nine, and is in pretty good shape.
There are a lot of perms in the park, but all are well-kept.
When we were there, we had a lot of rain and tons of mosquitoes, but a little Deep Woods Off takes care of that. - dhaney1944
Jun 2014 - $12.00
The price indicated is based on a one-month stay. It does not reflect the charge for electricity, which was a VERY fair $52 and change for the entire month. The owners live on the premises and are very friendly, helpful, and cooperative. The campsites are almost completely encircled by the 9-hole golf course. There is no cable, so you have a choice of bringing your own satellite system or receiving a few weak stations from Syracuse (when you are lucky). The Wi-Fi at times worked fine, but other times it was useless. You'll probably need to bring a mobile hotspot, too. Still, it's a nice place to stay. There are a number of perms, and the residents are friendly and sociable. The worst thing about our stay was the insects...millions of them. However, this is characteristic of the entire region and certainly not unique to Streamside. The other bad thing (or good thing) about this area is that there is not a lot to do unless you drive a considerable distance. It's very quiet at night and the starry sky is beautiful. So if you like camping and golfing every day, you cannot find a better situation than Streamside. - Dave and Judy Haney
Aug 2013 - $26.00
Nice, level pull throughs surrounded by small golf course. Full hook-up, 50 amp for $26. No shade. Not crowded, but understand that changes in September/October when the salmon run starts. Park management was professional and courteous. Would stay again if passing through. - Sonic