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29 RV Parks near Dundee, New York
We did however find 29 campgrounds within 25 miles of Dundee. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Dundee in the left hand column.
May 2017 - $39.00
Good: very close to Watkins Glen, well-stocked store Bad: bathroom old and very worn, frayed around the edges, exposed pipes Typical of many private campgrounds in the region: many permanent trailers occupied seasonally. This campground caters to families with amenities designed for families, including a hokey miniature golf course - plywood on the ground. Verizon weak but OK (2 bars, 4G) Most sites are in an open, grassy area, but some are near trees and might have shade in the summer. Our site had water, but only a 30-amp connection. Store very well-stocked with RV parts - OlderGoat
Jul 2016 - $35.00
Mostly permanent residents with lots of outdoor party setups. The initial transient parking we were put in was open field in far end of park and the 30 amp power was weak and pulsating. Got moved to another slot near the office and power was good. It was too short for rv and tow vehicle. The owner/maintenance guy was very helpful. Very well stocked rv supplies probably due to number of older permanent units. Would stay here again only if no other park available. 24 hour WI-FI at office only. Good cable tv and water. - durham4926
Jul 2016 - $35.00
This was our second time staying at this campsite. We came back because we enjoyed how quiet it was, and how nice the owner was. This year it was like an entirely different campsite. The owner was exceptionally rude to us our entire stay, and was not very accommodating of our camper's needs - she would not move us to another site when we discovered the hookups were too far from the plug in spots, and assured us that the camper blocking us from pulling out would be gone before us (they were not). The bathrooms need a lot of updating and were dark, smelly, and hot. I don't expect luxury when camping, but this was downright gross. The campsite is mostly seasonal campers who were very rude towards new comers, but had a tight knit clique who were loud and boisterous late into the evening when we were trying to sleep. We had family join us in the tent, and when we went to reserve their space the owner acted like they would be full for the weekend and was again quite rude to us. However the weekend came and there were plenty of open tent spaces for our family. This was our second stay at this campsite, and it will most definitely be our last. - pancakevampire
Sep 2015 - $35.00
The camp is very well located if you are interested in exploring the Finger Lakes wineries. It is small and very unassuming, which we like. We tend to avoid the "mega-campgrounds". Most of the sites are occupied by seasonal campers so availability of sites is very limited. The best site is #1 for non seasonal camping. Plenty of space and not overlooking anyone else. There is no privacy, the sites are pretty much one next to the other.
We love the private beach and lake access. Very romantic and quiet. We would definitely stay there again sure we decide to go back to the Finger Lakes. - Catalina W
Jul 2015 - $26.00
Based on our experience so far, this is a typical northern New York campground. Out of 20 RV sites, all but 4 were occupied by seasonals. The 3 sites available for transients are tight for large rigs. We were in a 34 motorhome and it was very difficult to maneuver into site 20. Site 20 and 1 are the only 2 sites with any hope of getting a satellite signal from your rooftop. The site are grass and dirt, with a little gravel thrown around where you park your RV. A 4G Verizon signal was present, but data speeds were very slow. The campground appeared to have a wifi signal, but we didn't use it. Firewood was reasonably priced. A walk down a fairly steep hill got you to Lake Seneca. There are boat docks available.
The most interesting part was the quarter mile drive down a narrow gravel road with several blind corners. There is no room for vehicles to pass one another.
This is a good area to base camp for Watkins Glen, Geneva, Hammondsport and many wineries and breweries. The daily rate reflects the weekly price. Per day it is $30. Per week it is $180 in spite of what their website says.
The sites are tight. Our windshield was about 3 feet from the back end of the motorhome in front of us.
If you are gong to stay here, disconnect your Toad at the scenic overlook on Highway 14 near Randall Crossing Road. Use your toad to run interference going down the narrow gravel road to warn off any on coming traffic. - FnEJ
Jun 2019 - $26.00
After over ten years of camping at Keuka Lake State Park, my wife and I don't think we will go back. Our recent 5-night stay was horrendous. Our site, number 75 was abominable! Water, ruts from their mowers and John Deere carts, etc. We could not set up camp by our rig, or, even put the awning out because it would block the sun fr0m the muddy mayhem of our site. To make matters worse, we had our grand-dog for the five-night stay and both of us and him had to tiptoe around the site just to get to the high spot where we placed our mat and chairs. We asked for another site but was only offered a non-electric site, which booking six months out and having an electric-only fridge did not work for us. During our stay, we noticed site 95 as dry an empty except for an overnight stay Sunday. Just today, 6/13/19 I called the park to complain about our recent stay and ask why we were not offered site 95 when requested. I was told that that is a handicapped site. Well, there are no signs stating that, nor are there any special provisions on that site such as a concrete pad that would make that site any more suitable for a handicapped person than any other site. I have stayed on that site in the past. At one time this state park was our favorite park. Though they have spent some money on upgrading the restroom/shower houses and put up nice looking 4x4 posts with signs and flowers, if you can't enjoy your camper and your campsite, why go in the first place? We won't be back. - vincee
Jun 2019 - $33.00
We stayed here the first week of June in a 30' travel trailer. The rangers were very friendly and helpful, and things were pretty quiet. We stayed in Site 092 in the Twin Fawns Loop, one of the electric sites in this loop. The drive in was easy and all sites seemed easy to back in to. We filled up with water near site 56, but it would have been easier at the dump station on the way in (more level). The sites here are all very spacious and separated by tall shrubs and trees. There had been quite a bit of rain here in the previous week and many of the sites were pretty muddy. It might be wise to give the office a call to get their recommendations for the driest sites available. Verizon had 4g and 2 bars and decent download speeds here. Our WeBoost cell phone amp cranked that up to 4 bars and enabled much faster downloads. We were not able to get any channels of OTA TV. There was no WIFI in the campground There were a few mosquitoes, but they didn't seem too troublesome at this time of year. There were a few hiking trails, but we found them to be overgrown and pretty muddy while we were there. The trailheads for the yellow and green trails were at campsites (between 74 & 76 and 66 & 68) - seemed like that could be an issue if you were camped there. There is a picnic area, beach, and boat launch area at the lake. We drove down but didn't really check it out. There is a lot to do in the area. Lots of wine, beer, and liquor tasting places. It is a good thing that alcohol is allowed in the campground area. There are lots of placed to go hiking, but the weather put a damper on that. - Capt Gerry
Jun 2018 - $30.00
We stayed in the Twin Fawns loop. Secluded sites, just about every site has brush on either side. Plenty of site space and a quiet CG. Showers clean. Beach is down a hill, we drove down instead of walking or biking. CG close to many wineries and golf courses. Penn Tan a short drive north has groceries. Real nice place here. - Bob806
Sep 2019 - $60.00
Very nice small campground, a lot of seasonal, but neatly kept. It is right across from Lake Seneca and a nice park. You can wslk to town and WalMart. Great access to alm the area vineyards and breweries. We would have stayed more than 2 days, but the Grand Prix had it filled up. - TBWard
Aug 2019 - $50.00
Rate is based off the weekly rate of $350.00, stayed here for NASCAR race week. Pros are that the employees were nice, local to town and surrounding area was good, quiet even being so close to town. Showers and bathrooms were clean, good wifi, and cell reception. Now the cons, which mainly are two. Some sites used to be seasonal and they have removed the prior decking and the stone pad is higher, so when it rained and it did for a few days off and on, we had a mud pit in front of our door. Had to use lynx levelers to get in and out of the camper and with kids that's not an ideal situation. Second, and the main reason is the seasonal camper who harassed and stared at us the whole time she was there. Waving down us and others saying that we were speeding in and out of the campground, but other seasonals can go as fast as they like. Speed limit is 15 on main road and we did 10, campground is 5 MPH and we did that, we have children so we do go slow on purpose anyway. Atmosphere is just as much about camping as the locale and this one rubbed us the wrong way. Bad enough that she does this, worse that the campground allows it to happen. Also for a county park they should really spray for mosquitoes, especially with so much rain, couldn't stay outside at night because they were so bad. Unfortunately probably won't stay here again. - acenorm
Aug 2019 - $60.00
Clute Memorial is a simple campground in a prime location. We stayed on a pull-thru site A6. The campground hookups were easy to get to and worked great. There is a swimming area across the street but that is about it for additional amenities. The ladies in the office are a wealth of knowledge and will help you in finding what to see in the area. We stayed at this campground so that we could enjoy the state park. Once we paid our parking fee at Watkins Glen we found out that it was good for all state parks in the area for that day as well. So We drove to Ithaca (30 minutes) and visited all the waterfalls and the State Parks in that area as well. Well worth it! - clw_man
Oct 2019 - $29.00
This is a nice campground but just to reinterate things said by many other reviewers: 1) There is quite a hill to climb to get into the campground. 2) many of the campsites are muddy or dirt that gets pretty messy when it rains. Site 90 was OK, others looked like you would need waders. 3) If you have a tow-behind you better be really good at backing it because whoever laid out this campground never drove an RV. Most of the sites go off the road at 90 degrees with trees on both sides. Others actually go off at the wrong angle - like you would need to come in the wrong way on the one-way loop to back into them. No water at the campsites but a stand pipe every 6 campsites or so and an easy place to fill up on the way in. New multi lane dump station on the way out of the park looks really nice. Overall, a great place to camp, quiet, shaded beautiful. - Buddy Ray
Aug 2019 - $32.00
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay. The staff were friendly and helpful. The site was spacious and quiet. The scenery is magnificent and there is lots to do (see comments below). Our only issue was that our site had a few too many trees. We ended up hitting one with our truck as we were backing in and we damaged a running board. Otherwise, everything was great. - John A Guderian
Sep 2018 - $32.00
Beautiful park. No individual site water. Hard to back in the camper. Angle of most sites seem to be in the opposite direction of what they should be. Be prepared to drive the wrong direction in order to back in correctly. - germaneighter
Aug 2009 - $38.00
This campground is poorly managed and not advertised at all. The sights are level with gravel but no sewers are available. They do have a dump station. We really like Watkins Glen and this is a nice easy parking spot but much too expensive for what it is. We were there during a major festival and all the other campgrounds in the area were completely filled yet this place only had about five sites occupied. At $20 - $25 we would be back but at $38 there are much better values in the area so we will not go back. - RalphA
Jul 2019 - $36.00
Cute small family run park with nice owners. Big Rigs are put in the pull throughs. The road is a little narrow and could use some additional gravel but it is doable. All utilities worked well. Owner will dump your grey tank for you as there is no site sewer (there is a dump station at entrance of park). Park has nice set of ponds and complimentary peddle boats to check out the ponds and beavers. No OTA, cable but satellite worked. Follow the park's directions off the interstate. - sheltieRV
Jun 2019 - $69.00
New KOA . Campground seems to have many activities for both kids and adults. Well maintained. However, the grassy, unmarked area where our site was located was a bit confusing. It had two electrical poles with guide wires - thus one had to maneuver between them. It was a pull thru and counting picnic tables and fire rings on both sides of our site, we didn't have either. No big deal. But the cable didn't work, it was quickly replaced, and still didn't work. As for air channels, non existent. - Patches
May 2018 - $26.00
It's hard not to rave about this place. It's a small family-run campground surrounding two ponds. Site 4, long pull-through. Gravel and grass. Cost based on weekly rate for 30 amp after discount. Some sites have power and water. Lots of grass to walk dogs. The place is immaculate. The owners couldn't be nicer. Out in the country and very quiet. Don't follow Google directions, it leads down a dirt road; follow the route on the website. OK WiFi with booster; no ATT at all, no OTA TV. Verizon supposed to be good. - bobcovey
Aug 2019 - $30.00
Camping here was such a pleasure. The park is well maintained and the staff was very friendly. For a small town park it offers playgrounds for the children, pavilions for gatherings, and trails for hiking. A hike up to the falls is well worth the walk. Swimming and serenity greet you at the falls. We enjoyed our stay. - Alaska Campers on the Go
Sep 2017 - $30.00
Small campground with 14 RV and 10 tent sites at city recreation park. Campsites are under mature deciduous tree canopy located between a baseball field on one side and picnic area/trailhead to gorgeous Eagle Cliff water fall on the other. Most sites are "freeform" with no defined parking space, just a power pedestal and water spigot. Our Verizon cell had 4 bars of LTE, our ATT phone had no signal. Conveniently located 4 miles south of the town of Watkins Glen and 1 mile south of the village of Montour Falls. - readontheroad