5 Awesome RV Campsites in New York

By Lauren I.

5 Awesome RV Campsites in New York

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Exploring via RV is a convenient and interesting way to see the world. Experience the magnificent landscapes of Lake George and the Adirondacks all without leaving the comfort of cozy beds and other amenities. If you’re headed to New York, maximize the fun factor by staying at one of these awesome RV campsites.

1. Hither Hills Campground, Montauk, NY

There’s no better place to RV camp on the beach than at Hither Hills Campground in Montauk. The 190-spot campground has its own two-mile stretch of white sandy beach, along with hiking trails, a 40-acre lake, historic cemeteries, and access to the bay on the north side.

2. Niagara Falls/Grand Island KOA, Grand Island, NY

Stay on a large, activity-filled island just seven miles away from the epic Niagara Falls. This RV campground offers everything from tours and fishing, to playgrounds and pools. The Maid of the Mist tour will pick you up directly from the campgrounds.

3. Glimmerglass State Park, Cooperstown, NY

At Glimmerglass State Park on Otsego Lake, RV campers can escape into a series of wooded trails and frolic in the waters of the on-site beach. The campground is located close to the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, and each site comes with its own grill, fire pit, and picnic table.

4. Cranberry Lake Campground, Cranberry Lake, NY

RV campers who seek seclusion should stay at Cranberry Lake Campground. This campground in the Adirondacks offers privacy to its patrons with trees separating most of the campsites. It is located near a 150,000-acre forest preserve that provides ample opportunity for hiking, swimming, and more.

5. Ledgeview RV Park, Lake George, NY

Offering an optimal blend of activity, culture, and seclusion, this Lake George-area RV campground has it all. The site has a recreation hall, laundry facilities, free Wi-Fi, and a pool, shuffleboard, and bocce court for camper’s enjoyment. Lake George is just a 10-minute drive away, but the campground itself offers plenty of reasons to linger.

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