Date of Stay: April, 2015 - $45.00
This KOA park was fine for an overnight stop. It is very convenient from I-87. As other reviews have commented, the main entrance road and the interior ring road are gravel and not particularly well-graded. They are not difficult to drive on, just bumpy. The CG owners are available and helpful. Several upgrading projects are underway and I'm sure the CG will be even better in the future. The hook-ups and wi-fi worked well. We camped at Saugerties / Woodstock KOA in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $41.00
I think I must have been in a different campground than the previous reviewers! Perhaps I have become too accustomed to campgrounds that truly cater to big rigs. The entrance to the park is a long dirt road that ends with a fairly steep hill up to the office area. I had called that morning to reserve a site and was told a reservation would not be necessary based upon my projected arrival time, and that there were plenty of pull throughs available. When we arrived on schedule, the park's owner commented that if he had a 40 foot motor home, he wouldn't go anywhere without a reservation, and I must have spoken to his son who was "too lazy" to make it. Oops! We were put in site 59, told we would not have to unhook our toad. Very tricky turns around trees, stupid us, should have unhooked anyway. Site was heavily wooded, 30 amp WSE, dirt, pull through, no grass for pets. One of my dogs cut her foot on glass when I walked her. Leaving early the next morning was also tricky for a big coach because there were cars parked in the roadway on the only way out. Perhaps there are other pull throughs on the other side of the park that are better suited to big rigs, but we did not see them. The long and short of it, if you driving the New York Thruway and want to stay at this park, be sure to make an advance reservation suitable for your coach! Located about 2 miles off I-87. We camped at Saugerties / Woodstock KOA in a Motorhome.
We have stayed here many times over the years. Staff (owners) are very friendly and always willing to help. Everything is well maintained. They do not accept seasonals which is a big plus for us. It is a very easy on/off the New York State Thruway with gas stations and plenty of places to eat around. We camped at Saugerties / Woodstock KOA in a Motorhome.
Very pleasant CG in a wooded setting. Owners are very nice and pretty much run the place by themselves. Roads and sites are gravel and have a few rough spots but not too bad. We were shown to our site and it was easy to maneuver our 40' MH even with the toad attached. We had a pull-through and getting in and out was not a problem. The dense tree cover makes satellite reception difficult except probably in the spring before the leaves come out. There was free cable but we didn't bother with it. We were able to stream video on Verizon 4G without difficulty although we have a Wilson Sleek which I think made a difference here. The CG is an easy couple of miles from the interstate. We camped at Saugerties / Woodstock KOA in a Motorhome.
Nice Park! Very friendly people and nice facilities. As a "big rig" I was happy they had sites for 40' + and would highly recommend. I was in spot 35 and I wouldn't recommend that for beginners, of which I am. It's going to be hard to get out of this spot;, I will need some help. The wi-fi is good, the electrical service is fine, NYS water is nice, all good. The downside to me was that these spots are very close together. I know many RV parks are like this but that, and the difficulty of the pull-through being a true pull through, is the reason I rated this park an 8 and not a 9. For families with kids, I bet they would love all the facilities here for kids, it's really well set up for children. We are here at the beginning of the season and the leaves are just starting to show. It really is a beautiful park and one I will return to but I will be more careful about spot selection next time. Also, this is a popular park, make reservations early! We camped at Saugerties / Woodstock KOA in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $50.00
This is a wooded and rustic campground. Staff goes out of their way to make your stay comfortable. We have been coming here for a number of years and love this campground. We camped at Saugerties / Woodstock KOA in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $50.00
Like all KOAs, This park was overpriced. This is a rustic campground with large and small sites. We had a pull-through that was wide and long and quite level. The amenities are good, the staff is very nice. We were led to our site. Tall trees and woodland grounds, no clear view of the southern sky. A little below average campground. We camped at Saugerties / Woodstock KOA in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $50.00
Friendly staff at check in and escorted to site. Not very well maintained grounds and a pretty dirty and dusty appearance. Wouldn't care to stay here again. We camped at Saugerties / Woodstock KOA in a Motorhome.
Clean nice wooded park. Staff very nice and helpful. A lot of rain while we were ther and except for low areas dried out pretty quick. Would stay there again. We camped at Saugerties / Woodstock KOA in a Fifth Wheel.
Mostly wooded so it did feel like a campground, not like parking in a field with no shade. Staff was pleasant. Didn't use the showers/restrooms, pool was clean and went from 3ft to 8ft deep which was nice so the whole family could enjoy. The only downside was the roads were very dusty. Few dump truck loads of gravel packed down would make it much nicer. We camped at Saugerties / Woodstock KOA in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: October, 2012 - $42.00
We don't usually stay at KOAs because of the higher price, but most campgrounds/RV parks in New York close by Oct. 15th, so we didn't have a choice. This one is probably a bit "rougher" than most, since it's rather remote and not near any major attractions. Paid $41.95 for FHU. Good electric and water. Road going in was very steep. Tights turns inside...don't know how a really big rig would do here. We camped at Saugerties / Woodstock KOA in a Truck Camper.
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $48.00
Park looked like the grass had not been mowed in weeks. They did not even move things to mow. Grass was very high under rental bikes. Store was filthy and dirty with very high priced merchandise. I would not camp here again. Sorry I tried it. Moving to another place tomorrow. We camped at Saugerties / Woodstock KOA in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $50.00
This campground to us was dusty and somewhat unkept. Never found the bathroom but did not need it, saw people walking all around looking to take a shower, not sure if they ever got to. Grass at our site was half way to our knees and the firepit was in the middle of the grass area. People seemed friendly enough but most likely would not return. With a little TLC I think this could be a great place. We camped at Saugerties / Woodstock KOA in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $40.00
This excellent run KOA provides a great stopping point in or out of New England, via the I-87 to I-90 Corridor. The CG is located about 100 miles north of NYC, which is just about perfect for avoiding the madness and frantic rush hours you will find just a bit closer. the CG is only about two miles off the highway, on a good road in. Absolutely NO highway noise, seems you are many miles into the sticks. The CG is set in very tall impressive straight shady pines, which provide for an interesting "in the woods feel and effect". Excellent reception and staff, was escorted to site. All connections at site were excellent. Bathrooms and showers older, but very clean and useable. Pool looked nice. Wi-Fi free and strong. Loved the outside large SS Dish Washing station - cool! (Wish more places had that.) All in all, this is a perfect KOA to spend a few days at, or just as an overnight lay-over, on your way in or out of the New England area. Safe and comfortable, run by caring intelligent folks who live on location. Great. I'll be back! Rating: 10 We camped at Saugerties / Woodstock KOA in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $58.00
Interesting, not as nice as other KOA's we have been to, dusty roads, Sat night entertainment was over at 8:30 so we missed it, pool it tiny. They warn you of killer squirrels or food thief squirrels. Most likely would not go back. Old trailers at the entrance, grass needed to be cut badly. In general the place needed a good cleaning. We camped at Saugerties / Woodstock KOA in a Travel Trailer.