31 Parks near Warrensburg, New York
May 2012 - $100.00
Rec room is a a mess; bathrooms are dirty and have mold all over the place; pool is not maintained well, and there is no second pool--it has been filled in. It is a beautiful location, but is very poorly maintained by the owners, which is really sad because it could be such a nice place. - waltonpie
Aug 2010 - $50.00
This is now an Encore park and it seems like it's in better condition that previous reviewers said although the sites and roads are grass, gravel and dirt. We had a riverfront site with a path down to the river and it was beautiful. Lots of people were tubing. There's also a sandy beach area to enter the river. The site was nice and wide (could have fit another motorhome on one side between us and the next rig). This is a much quieter park than it's sister park, Lake George Escape, but we were invited to attend any activities there that we wanted to and they said there was a shuttle. The store was well equipped with food, camping supplies, cute camping related gifts as well as reasonably priced t-shirts. The ladies at the front desk couldn't have been nicer. Our confirmation from Encore showed a lower price than the computer showed, but we were immediately given the lower rate while they figured out what happened. I would give this place a higher rating, but the Wi-Fi is only free for 1/2 hour a day which I think is pretty petty for a big corporation. I think there are cable connections, but I used my own satellite. - RVerMJ
Jun 2009 - $50.00
While this campground was quiet and clean, it is also very tight and in need of maintenance. The restrooms and showers were clean but the hall to the toilets is only one very small person wide. The showers are tiny as well. When we were there, it was dry so the interior roads were OK. The roads had very little gravel on them. The sites were tight, and they had a problem with our billing. It was an OK experience but if you are looking for a nice place, try their sister campground, Lake George Escape. - User848
Jul 2015 - $45.00
We picked this CG because Schroon river is on site, but as they forewarned us the mosquitoes were Awful!!! You needed bug spray constantly. The river was so was buggy with algae we didn't canoe. The pool was nice and clean but that was it. The staff were nice and friendly but would not go back. The roads were gravel and dirt. There was a game room by the camp store. We did ride our bikes around the park but the seasonal sites in the back of the campground were old and unkempt. - Winnebago Wanderers
Aug 2016 - $45.00
Some seasonals are on a wide, but shallow part of the Hudson River. Transients are across a little-used railroad track, surrounded by forest, in a field open enough for satellite TV. The pull-through sites are generously sized. Propane is available.
Glen Hudson is reached via a winding ten-mile drive on narrow roads. Great place for a very relaxing weekend. Don't pull too far to the right on arrival; a sharp edge of the office roof protrudes. - Mtmoi
Jun 2010 - $38.00
This RV park is about six miles from I-87. The road to get here is pretty narrow and winding. It is a good place to just kick back and relax for a few days. The owners are very nice and conscientious. There are several pull-through sites that can accommodate any size rig. The biggest drawback was ant hills everywhere. You could not walk and miss one. Also, the sites are on dirt and grass. It rained while we were here so things were fairly messy but at least the weather was nice and cool. The price seemed pretty high for what you get. - tbg
Sep 2008 - $40.00
We did not expect what we found on arrival. Park was great and had our pick of available sites. The owner took us in golf cart to all available sites and let us choose. The river was across the camp road from our site. Seasonal campers very friendly and the owners went out of their way to be helpful. We can't wait to return. There are not many entertaining amenities but relaxing and peaceful. If you want a nice relaxing weekend with friendly neighbors? This is the place. - Outlaw
Jul 2016 - $50.00
We booked this park because their sister park King Phillip had no sites for our size motorhome. It is a nice park heavily wooded so it is nice and shady. The woods do not allow for satellite signal to be picked up, maybe at a few sites but not for the most part regardless of what they said when we made the reservations. They have cable with an extensive amount of channels. They have WiFi. We had no problem getting cell service. They have a pool. The road into the park is okay but once you enter the campground area there are more pot holes then road. The water pressure was sometimes okay other times nonexistent. We would stay here again but would also be open to looking to stay elsewhere in the area. - Connie's Co-Owner
Jul 2016 - $61.00
Decent private campground located on a busy road nest to McDonalds in Warrensburg. It is not a resort but they did have a small pool and some activities on the weekend we were there. As a previous review mentioned the waterfront sites were squeezed tightly together. I have seen worse however. We chose to park our truck next to the motorhome because we had our kayaks in it and wanted them close by. This made a small site smaller since the tail gate of the truck was backed up to our awning. Positives: Brand new shower house with unisex shower rooms each with a shower, sink and toilet. You can kayak directly from your site. If you sit behind your RV on the river bank, you can forget how crowded the campsite and campground are and enjoy watching the river, ducks and kayakers go by. To maintain 110 for our A/C we had to turn off everything including putting the fridge on propane. Verizon worked well, we had 4G and our hotspot worked as well. If you want a convenient campground near the Lake George attractions, and don't mind crowded sites this campground is an okay choice. It also is about $30/40 cheaper per night than some of the resort campgrounds in the area. - PENNY
May 2016 - $63.00
My review is based on a holiday weekend stay, things may be different (spaced out sites, etc.) during a slower time. Overall the park itself is large with several wooded areas for both campers and tent sites. The location is on a busy road with what we felt was a tight turn to enter the park. Departing, we had to wait for quite some time before we were able to safely make a left hand turn with the camper behind us. For it being right off the road though it was quiet. The pool was always crowded (because of the holiday?) but they do have access to the Schroon River and a swimming area there too. They had seasonal sites there but nothing I felt was excessive. There were several (very close to each other) back-in sites along the river and most of the interior pull-throughs were for the larger 5th wheels. The back-in sites along the river were dirt, very fine dusty / sandy dirt, however the site was level. The weather was nice while we were there but expect a mud pit if there's a good rain. Activities for the kids? There was a basketball court, few swings, arcade, and I'm not sure about the mini-golf. The mini-golf looked like its seen better days, I don't think it was in service when we were there, the holes weren't properly marked and I never saw anyone playing. The site had cable with a variety of channels and WiFi. We didn't bother too much with the Internet, maybe to check email here and there. They only allowed each device to be connected for 60 minutes and with it so bogged down and slow it wasn't worth the hassle. The staff was friendly, guided you to your site, and ran the small store. Even though they're on the river, the store (at the time of this review) did not sell live bait. - AJay
Aug 2016 - $62.00
This park is not big rig friendly. It appears trees are not trimmed above 10 feet. Interior roads are twisty, dirt, and full of potholes . Difficult to get a big rig in and out of the camping sites. They said our site was satellite accessible. It was not. I doubt if any are. The place is heavily treed. There was cable. No internet except at the main office area (though they say they are building connections to serve the camping spots) Convenient to Lake Place and Ft. Ticonderoga (both about 60 miles away) and to the village of Lake George (which isn't worth visiting unless you want to go the beach or the amusement park). - literod
Jul 2016 - $1.00
So very disappointed. We planned for 10 days here, but when we arrived they had us in a site we could not fit in. The one other site that was available had electrical issues and our power management kept kicking our electric off due to low voltage.
The maintenance fellow came and confirmed that there is indeed low voltage in this campground and that one of the boxes actually caught fire from overheating.
There are 575 sites here and they have packed them in here regardless of the electrical issues.
Again, very disappointed as we had hoped to visit this area as we have never been here. Getting a reservation last minute in this area is next to impossible.
The roads are narrow and trees on both sides, even still we would have liked to have stayed.
If you are not a kid person, this is not the campground for you as they are everywhere. Nice to see them outside playing.
We left after one night so we cannot comment on the amenities. Without electric in an all electric unit, we cannot stay and risk ruining our rv.
If you have a smaller unit with no management system you may love this place, bigger 50amp units beware. - buffy
Jul 2016 - $58.00
Did not care for the campground. We arrived Midweek and were put in the back away from all facilities and activities, close to highway. There were plenty of open sites with shade but suspected that they were reserved for the weekend so I did not complain. Noticed when we left that some of those same sites were still available, I wondered why we were placed in such a bad location. Received an email stating I should have called instead of using online registration. I think they had an idea of where I was going regardless. They also said I should have requested another site but that means repacking. I just drove 5.5 hours to get here, now I have to repack and move because they couldn't give me a better site in the first place?? - SLSAntigua
Aug 2006 - $40.00
We loved this park. Owners are dog owners themselves so not sure about the earlier review, but there were no obvious problems during our stay. The sites are wooded, might be tricky for big rigs, and a little on top of each other but quiet times were observed so we had no complaints. The lake is beautiful - great for swimming, kayaking, tubing or waterskiing (the owners offer lessons and tubing time). The beach area is especially nice, with a large grassy expanse to spread out towels, chairs or a picnic. Pavilion, volleyball/badminton court, and boat launching area all on the water too. Restrooms were clean, owners were friendly, other campers were friendly (some seasonals, all well-cared for). A short distance from the tourist stuff at Lake George, but a world away. We will be making plans to return. - janezp
Nov 2015 - $1.00
Park very run down. Power was terrible only 106 volts. Could not run air conditioner. No cable because they didn't pay bill. Only a few chairs at pool so no place to sit. Some staff was very helpful other were just rude. Tubing was great but no truck to bring you back. Our rate was free because we are members. - wino
Oct 2012 - $35.00
We camped here for two nights in October. The bathroom and shower facilities were clean; the sites were roomy. The staff was very nice and went out of their way to assist in any way needed. We will stay here again. - Mac77
Jul 2008 - $35.00
The park is in Greenfield Center, not Lake George. It is a very pretty park with an awesome Mini Golf and two pools. Very friendly staff. Negatives are no sewer hookups or recreation hall. July 4th they had a DJ which was nice. We will camp here again! - deeseeved
Jul 2016 - $57.00
Large rig friendly, we had a nice pull-through site with full hookups. Cable, 30 and 50 amp, sewer, water. No WiFi, and Verizon signal was poor. Fire pit was very nice on a cement pad. Site was not that level since we were on a hill. The main issue we had was the site was loose sand. It would be much better with crushed stone or gravel. My truck sank in as did the leveling pads. The pool area was very nice as was the camp store. Very few organized activities for the kids. Great location, though, which is why we chose this location. 5 minutes to Lake George and one hour to Ft. Ticonderoga. If you need a nice campground to stay at while visiting Lake George, this is a good option. - Pshaine
Jul 2015 - $45.00
Beautiful, quiet park tucked away in the woods. Close to the highway, but noise isn't noticeable in the RV. Would have rated it a 9, but leveling required 20 minutes, 4 layers of pads and a shallow trench on the opposite side. When leaving we had to back out of our pull-through site because the road in front had a 3-foot pitch and I worried about scraping bottom. Roomy sites with lots of foliage, nice pool, store, cable and trail. Showed a kid's movie every night. Verizon signal was good but with intermittent bandwidth issues, AT&T weak. Dirt roads kicked up some dust. Lovely and convenient location; we would definitely come back. - Keeping up with the Joneses
Aug 2013 - $57.00
A very nice campground. Yes, hilly, but very scenic. There are a number of sites that seem to be seasonal. Our site, w/e/s, was #83 and we kind of felt it was one of the best sites. So private, and shady. We towed in our 30 foot TT and didn't have any issues navigating the hills or turns. I think they are cognizant of the areas trailers/rvs can't negotiate easily. The pool area is clean and relaxing. The kids enjoyed that very much along with the game room. It is convenient to Lake George yet nice in that you can get away from everything and relax at the campground. We could hear the highway from our site and realized the bridge was very near. Overall really didn't bother us but you can hear it. No complaints! - JessieJake
Aug 2015 - $1.00
Price reflects C2C membership. Campground was very easy to find, however we thought we were lost because it seemed like we were driving down the country road forever. There are a ton of trees throughout the campground, although they said they continually thin them out. Our campsite had big tree roots all over, so we had to be very careful walking so we didn't twist an ankle. The campsites are average size-we were able to park the truck, 5th wheel and jeep in our site. The roads were a little challenging because of the trees, however there is definitely room for big rigs. Management is continuing to try to make it easier for the big rigs. Dirt roads through the campground. Camp sites are dirt and pine needles, some sites do have grass. The lack of grass is because of the trees-not the campgrounds fault. Only 30 amps available, but we had no power issues. Pool was very cold and closed for the season while we were there. Campground has river access and you could swim in the river-if you want. Good Verizon coverage. Because of the trees, DirecTV satellite was spotty at best. - GLPColorado
Jun 2014 - $1.00
Private membership RV resort. Gravel main and site roads lined with trees. The lower section has back-in sites by the river with water and electric only. Upper section has pull thru sites between lots of trees. Each site wide with trees and only dirt, but each has table, fire rings, full hookups but only 30 amp. Good 4G Verizon but no tv antenna signals and no wi-fi signal at the sites. Wi fi signal only in the rec area in the office. Park wired for cable TV but not working summer 2014. Only a half dozen sites where you can get satellite and only with a portable dish and sites usually occupied. Friendly staff and nice pool. Rental cabins and weekend ice cream socials. Like camping in the woods with hookups and neighbors. Direct access to large river. Would stay there again but not during peak season. Had low voltage problems on hot summer afternoons. There is another RV park called Schroon River RV Village on West Schroon River road, this one is on East Schroon River road. Rate for ROD, accepts C2C, AOR and RPI. - Pepper Dan
Sep 2012 - $0.00
This is a Resorts of Disctinction Resort and the cost to us was $0.00 for our stay of 13 days. This is a very nice and quiet campground. The ladies running the office are not the friendliest we have encountered in our travels but are not the worst either. We were without cable TV for a week and they ran out of propane so that is why I scored them lower. - rolling homeless
Jul 2013 - $26.00
We go every year. This is the only campground directly on the Lake near Lake George Village. We reserve months beforehand and get one of the largest spaces which is in walking distance of a restaurant, deli and liquor store. Usually very quiet and the staff could not be more helpful. They even allowed us to stay 3 hours past checkout so that our grandson could swim a little more. Although it was brutally hot during the first week of July, the lake did the trick in refreshing us. My grandchildren also love camping here. - cancellm
Jul 2013 - $22.00
State operated campground convenient to resort village of Lake George (1mi), plus there is a shuttle during the summer to take you to the village ($1). Some sites have long a walk downhill, which means you have to climb back up, to a beach and lake view area. Lake is the major attraction, and it's fun to watch the paddle boats and float the lake. Best sites are in the lower numbers on the lake side as this campground spans both sides of a main road. Facilities are somewhat aged but maintained the best as possible by staff. Mid-week stays are the best, especially during July and August when they are packed. Most sites are heavy pines, and there is one very open field-type area. Not recommended if inclement weather, especially with kids. - Charlie S
Aug 2012 - $30.00
Nice state park relatively clean. This park could easily have gotten a better score. However, beach is extremely small and only chest deep. The west side of the park should only be used for tents only. We were assigned a site here site was barely big enough and road ways are too narrow. The east (lake) side seemed much more accommodating and if we stay here again that were we will stay. - cbshea02