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17 RV Parks near Binghamton, New York
We did however find 17 campgrounds within 25 miles of Binghamton. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Binghamton in the left hand column.
Aug 2019 - $19.00
This is one of my favorite parks to camp at. The beach is made from trucked in sand! The sand is nice and white, no gravel to be found at the beach! There is a diving board and slide in the deep end. A small splash pad is close enough to the lake to be able to watch kids in both at the same time. Small camper store, and an ice cream/concession stand. Ice cream is reasonably priced for being at a campground ($2.50 for a small). The trails are well maintained. Some are gravel and can easily fit a stroller or bikes. Other trails are just footpaths, but both are a great hike. The trails are not marked the best, but it's pretty easy to navigate them. It's a bit of work to get kayaks to the lake (if you are bringing our own), but worth it. It's pretty shallow through most of the lake. Which is awesome if you have an issue with deep water. There are no motor boats, so no waves from them. Fishing was good. Plenty of little things biting. A little bit more work to catch the big things, but they are in there. Coke vending machines in the campground are nice when you want a soda but don't have any! This time the park played a movie on the beach Saturday night, that was pretty cool. My kids all enjoyed the experience. My only two complaints are: The showers do require you to push a button/pull a string a lot to keep the water going for a shower, and if you don't overlap the pulls/pushes then you get hit with cold water again. and. There is only 1 playground by the beach, while it is nice, it's rather small. By the time I take my 4 kids there, we pretty much fill it. Some of the swings in the campground are just the A frames, with no swings. So the park could up it's playground game. - Sbrooks
Sep 2018 - $28.00
The $28 rate included a $5/day surcharge for being from out of state. There is no water or sewer at the sites, but we were pleased to have 50 amp electric. There is a place to fill with potable water at the dump station before you come in. The roads in the park and campground are very good. The sites are just dirt (mud now), with a fire pit & very old picnic table, but plenty big enough for our TT & tow vehicle. Lady at check-in was super pleasant. We did get several OTA TV stations. We would return. - R&S
Aug 2017 - $35.00
Interior roads very good but actual sites are hit or miss. Just dirt. No effort made to create a level pad of any sort. Any sort of out of state surcharge is guaranteed to disappoint & cost a point. Single dump for such a large CG must be very busy on a weekend. - Veebyes
Aug 2019 - $35.00
We were driving home from N.C. to Peterborough Ontario. Stayed at this camp site. When we arrived, they were friendly enough, but the place was pretty barren. After setting up near the water and wanting to connect to WIFI, we had to call and she advised it was $2.50 per phone/tablet and it was only 24 hours. Plus there wasn't any streaming ?? When my husband went to take a shower in the bathrooms (outdated) you had to "HOLD" the string to have water stay on??. Seems like they penny pinch and are not willing to upgrade anything. They should sell and retire and let a more enthusiastic person/people run. Never again and will not recommend. Do not bring kids to this place, nothing really for them to do. Even the water area (small lake) was closed down during the week. - Lise D
Sep 2018 - $40.00
Lovely CG with a lake in the center. After a hectic labor day week it was nice to sit outside and relax in a nice quiet park with a lake. It had rained a lot so the site was pretty muddy. You need to pay for WiFi but is was barely usable. The bathrooms though clean were not very inviting and full of bugs, they definitely need an upgrade. Be sure to pay attention to the directions on the web site, there is a 12' bridge that you need to avoid. If in the area we would probability stay here again. - newbies2016
Jun 2018 - $35.00
This is a somewhat hidden gem in central New York. Campsites surround a small yet scenic lake. Some sites are in the woods, some are open with some shade. Sites are roomy and most seem to be reasonably level. We stayed for two nights and wished we could have stayed longer. Most open sites are grass, those in the woods are gravel/dirt. Management was friendly and helpful. Park is well-maintained but could use some modernization. Family owned for 33 years, and owners are thinking about selling. - DrLewie
Oct 2019 - $40.00
Park like country campground close to interstate but far enough to minimize traffic noise. Nice views and grass fields with ponds. Access road is somewhat narrow (lane and half) with packed gravel and asphalt remnant here and there. Back section of campground is lightly wooded with what appeared to be mostly permanent sites. The front section is open with no shade and is comprised of relatively close together, long pullthrus. If going into the front section, it is not necessary to drop the toad. Minimalist gravel with grass in the front sites and not very level as some of our tires were well off the ground. Power ok. Did not use other utilities. Satellite access ok in the front sites and site dependent in the back sites. Campground wifi poor signal with 1.3Mbps and usual evening slowdowns; Verizon 4 bars with reasonable speed (unable to measure); T-Mobile 3 bars with 8.9Mbps but very bursty. Single stream recycle on site. Possible good road bike riding in the area. Good for an overnight and possibly longer. We will return. - SeaLandSkyPhoto
Oct 2019 - $38.00
This is a small family campground with the transient sites closer to the road. It was quiet however, and had a nice view of the hills in the distance. Restrooms were clean but dated. We only stayed one night - a good place for that - but not a lot to do if you were planning on staying for a bit. - Cape Cod kayaker
Sep 2019 - $40.00
Nice park, clean and nicely landscaped. A lot of seasonal people, but well kept. We had to stay out front in a pull thru, but we stayed only one nite, easy on/off interstate. They had a little "snack shack" open 6:30-8:30 for socializing and icecream. Owners on site and very nice - TBWard
Sep 2019 - $44.00
Owners and staff were wonderful and very, very helpful! Campsite was ok! Negatives were NO cell coverage and WIFI only worked next to office unless you got lucky! No tv! Roads in and out are ATROCIOUS!!! GPS does not work 90% of the time! Scary in back country roads that are mostly gravel, narrow, and awful! Maybe ok for little campers, not suggested for big rigs! - Murphyblossomfergus
Sep 2019 - $50.00
Love this place! Family and pet friendly! We stayed right on the lake with our camper. Went kayaking and fishing right there. The kids had a blast! The park staff were wonderful too! - Bubby22
Aug 2019 - $28.00
We planned to stay one night on the way to Niagara Falls but stayed two night when the owners told my wife that April, the giraffe, was at the Adventure Park 10 miles up the road. Had a nice back-in solid gravel site on the lake with water & electric. Owners have a license for the lake so we all could fish. Cell service very spotty, but with Wi-Fi enabled phones we had no problem. Kids enjoyed the little train ride around the lake. - DodgerRoger
Aug 2019 - $30.00
This campground has lots of space and is well maintained. The pads are pretty beat though. - Bsedor
Jun 2019 - $30.00
Well maintained county park. FHU with 50 amp in some sites. It's on the river so fishing is available if you want. Large grassy areas. A fenced in dog park too. - JoeH
Jun 2019 - $25.00
No discount rate offered for our 7 night stay. Site 7 is a gravel/grass site located on the pull-through loop that offers 30 amp, water and sewer. The rate for 30 amp electric is $25. We had good Verizon voice and data reception and good DishTV satellite reception. Trains run close to the park and the train horns can be disturbing during the night. Hickories Park is owned by the Town of Owego and is very well maintained. We would stay here again. - Dave51
Jun 2016 - $40.00
Very nice park. The owners are always available and helpful. They need a dumpster, the trash area is very messy. Otherwise was a wonderful weekend full of nice views and lovely campers. - Campforlife
Jun 2012 - $37.00
This was a nice quiet weekend getaway. There are nice sites along the Susquehanna River. There is not many activities for kids to do, and it's quite a drive to anywhere, but if you're looking for a quiet campground to spend the weekend, this is a nice place to go. The owners are super friendly. Quite a few seasonals who take good care of their sites. - campkristi
Sep 2010 - $35.00
Nice campground with many sites along the Susquehanna River. The owners are very friendly and it looks like they have made many improvements. We were originally in site 13 but were unable to get level so I called the office and they said it was not a problem to move to site 12. The owner was worried that we wouldn’t like the site because it was smaller. I do have to say that if you book in any of the sites 9-17 and the campground is busy, a larger unit may have trouble getting in or out of this area because of the trees on the road (boat ramp road and corner of site 25 on Hammond Rd). We had to go through site 9 to make the turn onto the road to exit. Luckily it was empty. This campground has many seasonals (very friendly people). Most seasonals look to be well kept and are mainly in what they call the island area (sites 71-110). The grounds are kept mowed and trimmed. Nice pool, pond, play field and boat ramp. We saw a couple Bald Eagles, hawks, squirrels and chipmunks. A great campground. Not much to do in the immediate area but Binghampton is a short ride and Scranton a little further. We would definitely return in the off season. - dall
Oct 2013 - $175.00
Roads are only suited for off road vehicles. Pond unusable from June to October. New Owners are absent. I was a seasonable camper for over four years and it has only gone downhill. It's a shame as it could be a wonderful place if it was run as a business and effort was put into repairing the campground - Camping diva
May 2012 - $20.00
Hated it. Was a very dirty and dumpy place. Trash is put in the back of a pickup near the entrance. It's the first thing you see and for shadows the rest of your stay. Pond was un-swimmable due to underwater grasses. Additional charges galore. - Joe525
Aug 2018 - $34.00
When checking in, lady said it wasn't paid. Had printed email receipt to prove payment. Site didn't have enough gravel and was water logged and muddy. Also unable to locate black water drain. Swarmed by bugs when outside vehicles. So disgusted we left and went to another campground. Was told they wouldn't refund our other night's stay reserved, would only give raincheck. Have been RV'ing for 9 years and this was the worst site ever. - Tama Tillman
May 2017 - $40.00
Our first time camping here in 2016 with our 'new to us' camper and we had hot water issues. The owner was very helpful and came by to help diagnose the problem. He explained what we were doing wrong and we had hot water in no time! The second time camping here in 2017 with another 'new to us' camper and we turned on our kitchen faucet to find the sprayer had cracked from improper winterizing. The owner came to our rescue AGAIN with a used sprayer and even installed it for us! We also did not realize that the sewer setup we had for the old camper was not long enough for the new one and the owner fixed us up with what we needed. The sites are HUGE and each have a nice picnic table and fire ring. The campground is kid-friendly and has a great playground, pool, and even mini-golf. A nice nature trail takes you to a quiet pond for fishing. The store is stocked with necessities and they have plenty of RV specific items as well. This was a very nice, quiet campground off the beaten path but very close to a town that can provide everything that you might possibly forget to take with you. We obviously liked it enough the first time to make a return visit and we will definitely be going here again! - logcabinnut
Aug 2013 - $30.00
We came in late, nearing dark and had a hard time finding this remote campground. Owners very nice and helpful with directions (had to call 3 times on the way). We only stayed overnight and left early, so had little experience, but were told the sites were level. The owner said set up anywhere we wanted, and the site we picked looked as level as others, but it was terribly out of level. However, too late and dark to put any levels under wheels at that point. Otherwise, when you find the park, it is very nice and seems well maintained. We would likely not return, because we wouldn't be staying in the area, and it is too complicated to find from the interstate for just an overnight. We didn't have cell phone service, but surprisingly good TV reception with just our antenna. We paid $30 for just electric/water. - Faun
Sep 2017 - $25.00
This is a terrible park for RV's. The open grass/mud field has a few W/E (30A) posts around the perimeter, but sites are not delineated and the power has no breaker switch so you have to plug in hot. The field is not level and has some deep pits to maneuver through. To get to the park you have to navigate a narrow uphill rutted gravel road with tree branches taking swipes at your rig. The park is way out in the boonies. It is a Passport America park but after the discount they then tack on a $10 fee for electricity use, basically negating the discount. I tried to extend my leveling jacks (40' class A mh) but they just extended underground about 8" deep. They don't even provide garbage cans/dumpsters, but tell you they are a "carry in, carry out" park. We were dead dog tired or would have pulled down the road and found a wide spot in town. Don't waste your time or money here. - rvrrat520
Aug 2015 - $28.00
This park is truly off the beaten path. It is very secluded, and has miles of walking trails.
It is difficult to get to, as there is a steep washed out driveway. If you have 4 wheel drive- low range, that is a plus. The owners are very friendly and helpful.
We stayed there for a week in September, 2014 and it was one of the most relaxing weeks we have had in a long time.
There are no sewer hookups, and the dump station looks very hard to get to.
If you want to get away from the hustle and bustle, and back to nature, this is the place to do it. There is a laundry in Candor, and a little ways further is the sweet little town of Owego. - Jimal