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12 RV Parks near Long Lake, New York
May 2008 - $18.00
The very best place to camp if you have encounters with wildlife on your itinerary! BEAUTIFUL!!! 5 STAR! - adkborn
Oct 2017 - $46.00
Campground is easy to get into and drive around. Plenty of room for our 36-footer, with toad parked in front or beside it. Anything more than about 40' would run out of room. It is at the town crossroads and traffic noise is loud, but it is mostly blocked by a bluff on one side. Staff was courteous and helpful. The entire place is dirt and sparse grass. Would be unpleasant after a big rain. Some sites have tree roots to back over in the sites. Sewer connections have no cap or connection to screw into, so leaves had fallen in and connected, it was smelly when walking by. Power connections seemed fine. Locations of connections was fine for back-in. My biggest source of unsatisfaction was lack of candor. When we called, they quoted $30 for a campsite, with 30 and 50 amp available. When we got here, 50-amp was $10 extra, and somehow when they rang it up, the price was $46. I asked if that included tax, they said there was no tax. The price was just $46. The emphasis seems to be more on the store and cabins behind it than on the campground. The store is huge and stuffed with tourist stuff. The outside is very run-down, unlike the photo on their website. The exterior decor is made from some sort of thick material that has cracked and curled. I don't usually comment on that sort of thing since it doesn't affect the camping experience, but this one was especially ugly. Frozen custard place was closed, disappointing but maybe because it was the end of the season Be warned: There is one grocery store and one tiny liquor store in town and both close somewhere around 6. ("Vicki's car is gone, I guess it's closed.") Once they are closed, the service station store at the crossroads is the only game in town, and the teenagers' hangout. There are a couple of bar-&-grills open later for adults. Not our favorite place of the trip, but the only one in Long Lake. We're not really picky but not likely to stay here again. - pompomgirl
Jun 2016 - $35.00
It was all about the view. Right on the water. Hoss's store right across the street. All amenities were a little run down. We were the only campers. Great for a night or two. - dhs
Jul 2014 - $35.00
Campground is clean, grass is mowed. It really isn't all that crowded because everyone goes fishing all day. Hos' store is expensive but there is a Stewarts across the street and the Custards Last Stand is next door if you like soft Custard MMMMMMMMMMMMMM! We were informed rates are going up. Would stay again as weather was ideal. WI FI at the Library and if you need you have to go to the Mobil and get on the payphone for any meetings and set your Laptop on your lap. - Passin Thru
Jun 2018 - $20.00
Beautiful campsite in the heart of the Adirondack mountains. The sites around the entrance are very close together, and the ones by the lake also. Stayed at site 135. A nice site, but it looks like it is meant for a family camping together. The adjoining site is right on top of you. Luckily it was unoccupied for our stay. Adirondack State Parks have no electricity. Best site are the ones outside the campground they are right next to the lake and you have privacy (small sites). Dump station at the entrance, and water spigot around the campground. If you have a diesel truck, Old Forge has diesel fuel. - JC0311
Jun 2016 - $29.00
If you want to experience the quiet solitude of the Adirondacks this campground is the perfect place to do so. It is a simple campground without amenities hidden away in the hamlet of Indian Lake. The bath and shower are older but newly repainted and very clean. There are many large, spacious pull-thru sites available. We enjoyed out 5 night stay, while exploring the area, and found it a perfect spot to relax and enjoy nature. Our electric cost less than $2 a day! - Damon Travelers
Jun 2016 - $33.00
Stayed here for 3 nights while exploring the Adirondacks. Some seasonals here and it isn't pleasant to look at their sites. And we weren't comfortable with the safety factor.
They are creating more sites, so the construction equipment and mess is apparent.
Didn't use the restrooms, but the outside condition of the building didn't bode well for the inside.
They charge for electric usage by metering.
WiFi was terrible.
It is OK for a few days, but we wouldn't come back. - User2989
Jul 2013 - $27.00
This is a good, basic campground with full hookups in the heart of the Adirondacks. Not fancy, no pool, no TV, and no kids activities. Roads are dirt but well maintained. Pads are also dirt and could be more level. The owners are friendly and very helpful with sightseeing information. Perks do include a blueberry patch and free firewood. We did not use the shower facility, but we know the owners cleaned it daily. Rates for a full hookup did not include electric. All sites have meters; we averaged 10KWH/day over a two week period which cost $2.25/day. We would be happy to return there again. - RVRovers
Jul 2018 - $18.00
This was the second Adirondack campground we have visited, and it has set the standard for any future campgrounds. The staff was very friendly and helpful, and the sites looked well maintained. No showers, have to travel to Golden Beach Campground to use the showers (5-minute drive). Adirondack State Parks have no electricity. The access road to the campground is a rough dirt road. No cell service. Old Forge has a supermarket, and they also have diesel fuel. The access road to the campground is a rough dirt road. You need to go slow. No showers at Brown Tract, short drive to Golden Beach campground. - JC0311
Sep 2014 - $30.00
Basically a seasonal campground with a few open places. Not impressed. You have to take your own TP when using the restroom. But the sites are nice sized and shaded. Short wslk to the lake. They also rent boats. - pkd31780
Aug 2011 - $27.00
The park gets a "10" for waterfront activities! You can bring your boat and keep it at the docks for an extra fee. You can bring kayaks, rowboats, etc and leave them on the beach (no fee). We saw a pair of Loons, ducks, and an American Eagle while staying there. The campground has a lovely grassy lawn with playground equipment leading down to Tupper Lake. Many campers brought their chairs to sit and enjoy the gorgeous lake view. The beach is roped without a lifeguard. There is a floating platform to swim out to and it is deep enough to dive from. Kids were also busy fishing from the campground catching the usual sunnies. Just a great family place to do "camping activities" of fishing, swimming and cooking somemores. About 60% of the campground is seasonal. Everyone is very friendly and helpful. The owners and their family are at the store/office everyday all day and are very attentive to your needs. This is not a "big rig" campground probably 30-32 feet would be the max and no 50 amp service. Call ahead since they only have a few sites available for the 30 footers. Nice family, rustic, waterfront campground with hookups to explore the Adirondack Park. Visit the Wild Center located in the town. We are planning on returning. - PENNY
Mar 2017 - $23.00
Many sites are on the water of either 8th or 7th lake. Nice spot for families and good fishing abounds. - saunts
Jun 2018 - $30.00
Our biggest disappointment is the lack of any sort of TV service including antenna. The park itself is okay...layout is a bit haphazard, but many sites have beach view and some are beach front. Wifi is good, Verizon cell service is fine. The gentleman who runs the park is quite friendly and helpful. Unfortunately, Tupper Lake seems to be going through some tough times. The town has many closed stores and offers very little in entertainment and minimal shopping. The neighborhoods we passed coming into the park were generally run-down, with many homes in disrepair. We probably wouldn't camp here again. - DrLewie
Aug 2017 - $35.00
A great town owned campground. Our site #4 was a pull-in site on the beach, what a view. Great friendly neighbors and beautiful Sunsets. There was a few low limbs. The swimming beach had lifeguards. - ragsland
Jun 2016 - $30.00
Little Wolf campground is located on Little Wolf Lake and is one of the most beautiful locations we've camped at. Every site has a lake view and many of them are situated on the lake. We took one of the lakefront sites, faced the motorhome towards the lake and woke to an awesome view. Lakefront sites have water and 30amp electricity; the remainder of the sites have sewer too. The site we're in isn't very level but the jacks compensated well. Verizon is 4g, 5 bars. There's no TV signal, but with the view, who cares. Staff is great! Showed us all the available sites and let us choose the best one for us then followed-up a couple of times later. There's no public bathrooms or showers, but that's fine because we never use them. We will definitely stay here again. - fruffiii
May 2018 - $25.00
Lewey Lake CG is a state-run CG. The campground is gorgeous, sites are level, nice large cement fire pit, and picnic table. There was enough space for my Pavillion Clam to be set up and the sites are well shaded. I was in site 201 towards the back and across from the brook that sounded wonderful! You will NOT have any cell service while in the park, and you will have to drive to the towns of Speculator or Indian Lake before you will get signal. (I have Verizon.) The bathrooms are very nice and clean, showers are individual showers and well kept. There are 215 sites and I had the park basically to myself until Memorial weekend. From Thursday thru Sunday the park was completely full, Monday everyone was gone and I had it all to myself again. There are a few hiking trails straight out of the park with some nice inclines. Be sure to pick-up your firewood before you get to the park as the price for a bag of wood in the park is $9.00. OUCH! Now, why did I give the park a satisfactory rating? Because of the price. $25.00 a night, no matter how long you stay, and no services. Luckily I have a suitcase solar panel that I can plug in to keep the batteries charged, but that also meant I had to stay around the site so I could move the panels with the sun. There are plenty of water faucets, you won't have to walk far to fill your jugs. It is a beautiful park, and I highly recommend it, I just feel it is too expensive for not having any services. - NanetteLkc
Jul 2015 - $20.00
Lewey Lake is one of the NY DEC campgrounds in the Adirondacks. The nicest sites are lakeside in the entrance section. You can launch your canoe or kayak directly from the site. The only shower building is in the other main section across the bridge. So, there is a lot of road traffic from other sites coming to use the showers. Some of the campground staff were on the slightly surly side. Enforcement of the campground rules was poor. On July 4 weekend there were drunken parties until 2 AM and fireworks. - kanling
Jul 2018 - $20.00
Semi remote and hilly campground about 2 miles from the town of Inlet, and 10 miles to Old Forge. Sites are spacious and most are fairly level with many on the lake shore. All sites are heavily wooded and NON-Electric. There are water spigots scattered around and a fill area near the boat launch as you enter campsite area. Park roads are narrow and most are one way making this not so easy for a large motor home or trailer. The lake is beautiful with many Loons and Grebes which make great viewing, and they call hauntingly at night, competing with the Owls. Bears are also in area as we found fresh tracks on beach. The swim beach is sandy and clean, and you can rent canoes and kayaks at $20.00 for 24 hours. Many places to buy firewood nearby. - Willburr