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Tourism and Camping in NY State

Tourism and Camping in NY State:

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Camping from State to State:
Alabama: www.alabama-camping.com

Alaska: www.alaskacampgrounds.net

Arizona: www.azrvparks.com

California: www.camp-california.com

Colorado: www.campcolorado.com

Connecticut: www.campconn.com

Florida: www.floridacamping.com

Idaho: www.rvidaho.org

Illinois: www.illinoisgocamping.com

Indiana: www.campindiana.org

Iowa: www.gocampingiowa.org

Louisiana: www.campinglouisiana.com

Maine: www.campmaine.com

Maryland: www.mdcamping.com

Massachusetts: www.campmass.com

Michigan: www.michcampgrounds.com

Missouri: www.campinmissouri.com

Montana: www.campingmontana.com

New Hampshire: www.ucampnh.com

New Jersey: www.newjerseycampgrounds.com

New Mexico: www.campnewmexico.net

New York: www.nycampgrounds.com

North Carolina: www.campingcarolinas.com

Ohio: www.ohiocamper.com

Oklahoma: www.gocampingok.com

Pennsylvania: www.pacamping.com

Rhode Island: www.ricampgrounds.com

South Carolina: www.campingcarolinas.com

South Dakota: www.campsd.org

Texas: www.texascampgrounds.com

Vermont: www.campvermont.com

Virginia: www.virginiacampgrounds.org

Wisconsin: www.wisconsincampgrounds.com

Wyoming: www.campwyoming.org

 

Nation-wide Campground Directories:

All Campgrounds

A site to locate campgrounds, and includes camping tips, and blogs.

Association of RV Parks and Recreation

GoCampingAmerica.com is the premier source for information on private parks and campgrounds nationwide.

The Coleman Campground Directory

Offers a directory of outdoor recreation and over 100,000 campsites.

Go Camping America

From National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds, camping information for over 3,100 member properties.

GORP

(Great Outdoor Recreation Pages) Dedicated to outdoor recreation, scenic drives, a guide to campgrounds, and lists of information sources, clubs and associations.

KOA

Kampgrounds of America lists its campground locations, suggests things to do at campgrounds & provides camping tips.

National Park Campgrounds

Listing of all National Park Campgrounds.

Northeast Campground Association

Breathtaking camping in the northeast… from shorelines to mountains.

State Park Campgrounds

Listing of all State Park Campgrounds.

Woodalls

From Woodalls publisher, places to camp, outdoor activities, RV advice, RV tours and rallies, and events calendars.

Specific Campsites of Interest

Beaver Meadow Family Campground

Branches of Niagara Campground & Resort

Camp Emerald Acres

Darien Lake Camping Resort

Dream lake Campground

Four Winds Campground

Frost Ridge Campground

Green Harbor Campground & Marina

Hickory Ridge Golf & Country Club & Banquet Facility

Knight’s Hide-Away

Leisure Wood Recreational Community

Maple Grove Campground

Mariposa Ponds Camping

Medina KOA at Wildwood Lake

Niagara County Camping Resort

Niagara Hartland RV Resort

Niagara Falls Campground & Lodging

Niagara Falls North KOA

Niagara’s Lazy Lakes Camping Resort

Riverview Family Campground & Marina
13987 Park Ave., Waterport, NY 14571
585.682.4213

Rolling Acres Golf Course & Campground

Skyline Camping Resort

Sleepy Hollow Lake

Southwoods RV Resort

Three Valley Resort

Timberline Lake Park

Windmill Point Park

Woodstream Campsite, Inc.

YogiBear’s Jellystone Park at North Java

Local Campground Reviews:

Nick’s Lake Public Campground, New York :

Description: Nick’s Lake Public Campground is located in Old Forge, NY in the Adirondack Forest. It has 112 sites. It has a picnic pavilion, flush toilets, hot showers, ball field, trailer dump station, sand beach, swimming area, new playground, nature and hiking trails. From NYS Thruway, Exit 31 at Utica, Route 12 North to Alder Creek, Route 28 to Old Forge. Turn right at the Post Office, and follow the Nick’s Lake Campground signs 1.5 miles to the campground entrance.

Opinion: Although there is no electric or water at the sites, we enjoy being right in the forest. We prefer to stay on E loop, as some of the sites have lake access and it’s the closest loop to the picnic/beach area. No motororized boats are allowed on the lake (canoes, kayaks, are fine) to preserve the wildlife. We enjoyed listening to the calls of the loons as well as owls. In the campground, we saw deer, ducks, chipmunks, and even black bears. There are activities scheduled every week in the summer. On Friday night, we got to see Jupiter through the telescope of Barefoot Bob, an astronomer fromSyracuse. We enjoyed visiting the local town of Old Forge, as well. There are hiking trails through the mountains (we enjoyed Bald Mountain); good restaurants (try the cheeseburger at Walt’s Diner); Go carts and an arcade; Enchanted Forest water park; Adirondack Railroad; McCauley Mountain Chairlift; a small but very well stocked grocery store; and Nutty Putty miniature golf course. Everything a family could want to do on a week’s vacation and more! Now you know a little more about where we choose to go camping each summer.

~ Submitted by Dawn Schyve
Lakeside Beach State Park, New York :

Description: Named in 2005 as one of the Top 100 Campgrounds in the nation. Lakeside Beach State Park offers an outstanding panoramic view ofLake Ontario and surrounding farms and fruit orchards. No swimming is allowed, but 274 campsites, four miles of hiking and biking trails, fishing along the lake front, picnic grounds and playing fields bring thousands to the park. Winter activities include hiking, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling.

Opinion: Lakeside is a great state park. All the sites are large. They have easy access for all size campers. “A” loop is right on the water. Sites “D-16” and “D-18” are the primes sites that are also wooded. Pets are allowed in loops “E, F, and G”.
~ Submitted by B. Rakonczay

Informative Websites:

Cruise America

From Cruise America, a how-to site for renting an RV from one of their locations nationwide.

Fun Outdoors

American Recreation Coalition’s site includes outdoor activities, recreation information sources, research & statistics.

Go RVing

A comprehensive source of RV information sponsored by the Go RVing Coalition, a nonprofit organization. Tailored to meet the needs of first-time RV buyers and renters through user-friendly information and how to order a free “Getting Started” videotape introduction to RVing.

Handicapped Travel Club

The Handicapped Travel Club, Inc. was formed to encourage RV traveling for people with a wide range of disabilities.

National Wildlife Refuge

Discover over 500 National Wildlife Refuges dedicated to wildlife conservation. Camping is allowed if compatible with conservation efforts at each location. Call 1-800-344-WILD for a free list of refuges that permit camping, or visit their website.

RVIA

Sponsored by the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association, this site provides in-depth information including a member manufacturer directory, lists of RV retail shows and clubs and an on-line bookstore.

RV Advice

Created and maintained by an RV service technician featuring basic maintenance and repair information and classified ads.

RV America

An RV sales and industry information site sponsored by RV News magazine that lists manufacturers, associations and more.

RV Club

An Internet gathering place for RV enthusiasts where members have access to numerous discussion forums and topics of interest.

RVDA

How to buy and rent RVs and locations of Recreation Vehicle Dealers Association member dealers nationwide.

RV Doctor

A source of technical information for consumers featuring articles on RV maintenance and puzzles for fun.

RV USA

Find RV dealers, manufacturers, parts & accessory sources, RV rentals, campgrounds, insurance providers and financers, and more.

Scenic Byways

Scenic American Byways, Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Transportation

SMART: Special Military Retired Travel Club

“Seeing the Country We Defend”

Trailer Life

From Trailer Life Magazine, vehicle tests, travel information, RV technical tips, a dealer mall and classifieds.