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14 RV Parks near Newark, New York
We did however find 14 campgrounds within 25 miles of Newark. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Newark in the left hand column.
Sep 2018 - $48.00
It is in a valley. Our site was on the side of the hill that makes the valley. Nice view looking down into the flat area. There is a lot of open space, but the RV's are close together. When you enter off hwy 14, there is a nice paved road that soon changes into a teeth rattling gravel road. There are seasonal sites by the pool, and the first one you see looks like it is occupied by hoarders. We were second of three to check in, but the office was closed at 3 in the afternoon. There was a folder with a campground map wit our site marked on it. There is little flat area to detach your toad, so we had to wait for the RV in front of us. The map showed we had a pull-in site, and we did. That's not too bad for a MH, but the trailer in front of us had problems. After the office the interior roads are gravel and rough in places. The sites are all grass so it is hard to determine your site boundaries; just pull up to your utility post and park. Many of the sites are seasonal and a hodge-podge of pull-in and back-in. There is one pull-thru site. We found a level spot, but the patio was downhill. The laundry was nothing special and my wife had to sweep the leaves from the floor. Because there is no site designation, we located where the hook-ups were convenient. We had one of the 2-50amp sites that is not seasonal. Voltage was strong, always >120. The water pressure was a little low. There is no TV, no cable, no antenna reception. The Wi-Fi was very strong. There is a nice common area in the valley for gatherings. - Martini
Jul 2018 - $44.00
A nice setting along a stream with a large playground for kids. Some sites in the trees and some in a shady area. Mostly seasonal campers. Wifi mostly ok but sometimes we could not connect. Verizon strong. The only problem we had was on a hot afternoon when the 30 amp circuit would only deliver less than 100 volts when we tried to run the air conditioner or microwave. We ended up using our generator for about four hours. The staff checked on it the next morning but by then nobody was running air conditioners and the voltage was at 115 volts. The park is convenient to I95 but far enough to not hear the traffic. - Windshift
Jul 2017 - $43.00
The Good: The staff was excellent. They made every effort to accommodate having sites next to each other. I really appreciate their kindness. They have the Canandaigua outlet running through the edge of the campground. It was running fast and full due to all the rain, but something nice to look at. Close the the finger lakes and all that there is to do down there. The not so good: Very tight sites. I could also hear the thruway at night. - RSposato
Aug 2018 - $42.00
Our one night stay here was comfortable. Looked very kid friendly. - Lane Wise
Jun 2017 - $1.00
This is one of the nicest parks we have ever stayed in. We had a pull thru site that was plenty long enough for the RV and the tow vehicle. We were in a 45' motor home. The roads are a bit tight but wide enough to get around . The only problem we encounter is it rained very hard the night we were there and leaving the lot requires a bit of up hill and there is not really room to get that big of an RV out of the lot without going across the grass and it being quite wet the wheels spun and we had to unhook from our tow vehicle and back out of the lot which was not a problem. I would return here to this lot again anytime as it is a wonderful site but I would just plan on backing out no matter if it was dry or not as it is a very tight way to pull out and backing out is no problem at all. - hpykmpr47
Aug 2016 - $39.00
Paved roads with gravel/grass sites. Lots of trees so no satellite. It is mainly seasonal. Very clean and staff very helpful. Stayed overnight. - Rubberfoundation
Jul 2019 - $54.00
Huge sites, no trees in most of the campground. You cannot see the canal unfortunately. The trains did not bother us. We could hear them but they were not loud. If you bike, run or walk the Erie trail is awesome and reachable from the campground. - gypsyrunner
Aug 2017 - $50.00
Park is 3 years old and still needs a lot of work. Nice landscaping at camp office/store but not much done in rest of campground. Good location on Erie Canal but no access from campground and brush has grown up blocking the view. Pull thru sites are in a field with saplings that will eventually provide shade. Sites are FHU, sloping gravel amidst mowed weeds. May become a "resort" in future but is currently overpriced. - Appleknocker
Sep 2016 - $42.00
Still in their infancy as a park they are building on a foundation. Park is on a hill and most sites are not level. We had about a 4" drop front to rear on site 80. They had a bluegrass festival Saturday afternoon/eve but we were there visiting family and weren't around for it. Check in was friendly and owner allowed us to take an open pull thru instead of the back in we'd reserved at no extra charge. They were very friendly and accommodating. Some turns were a little tight in a 41' DP. - HomeOnWheels_US
Jun 2019 - $56.00
Tight turns in and out of sites. Verizon very spotty. No cable. Could only get NBC with RV antenna. Owners were really nice and helpful. They fixed an erosion issue on the patio almost immediately. - Dennison
Sep 2018 - $47.00
Camped 1 night in 22' Class C, booked over the phone. We arrived after-hours, approx 8PM but may as well have been midnight. Campground was dark and not a soul to be seen anywhere, everyone closed up in their large rigs. Our site was back-in and a little close quarters trying to get in with other residents pickups and toads taking up space. Site was badly off-level for us. We booked a full hookup site over the phone, but if we had been there earlier and able to select a site in the daylight, turns out they had much better sites for us that were Electric & water only, over by the lake. There was even a fellow lowly small C / class B person out in their own over there. The designated "pet walk" is little more than a weedy strip alongside one of the interior gravel roads. The Dog Run area was across a soggy & slightly flooded field opposite where we were camped. Overall a standard KOA, I would just recommend getting there in daylight so you can select a suitable site for yourself, especially if you don't need to be confined to the "rack & stack" Class A section. - VW_Vista
Sep 2018 - $47.00
Booked online a few days ahead. Reservations at KOA asks what vehicle, etc. Entered 40 foot motorhome,towing. When we arrived, I was asked if I wanted to upgrade to a premium patio site. Since we arrived later in the afternoon and were only spending one night, I deferred to a standard pull through. I was directed to site 10, directly behind game room. Fortunately this was a Sunday night so the park was relatively quiet. The site was barely long enough (if even) to hold our coach and towed vehicle, a Wrangler 4 door. Immediate to the left side was a large tree that our slide brushed up to. The site next to us was available, longer and no trees. After setting up (leveling was a real treat, as the site runs downhill dramatically), I had the opportunity to view the campground map. It shows several sites marked as "big rig" or "patio site". I guess 40 foot isn't big enough to qualify. Several of them were available also. Like most of the parks we have stayed at in New York and New England area, there are many seasonal campers set up in the park. There are areas that seem dedicated to overnighters or short stay campers. I feel that the owner could have done more to accommodate the size of our rig and, given that there were several other sites available, that would have been easier to enter, set-up and exit than what we were given. - Kurt D
Oct 2018 - $20.00
Thought this was a pretty CG, seasonal did get the nicer spots by the water, but the pull throughs were easy to get into. The only tough time for our 40' was going around corners because of the big boulders placed around, but we made it. We asked for open spot for satellite and there are plenty of them and wooded sites too. We never got the wifi password, so not sure if it worked or not. Verizon was okay, there was 30 amp and 50, site was pretty level. Man at front desk was very nice and helpful. Would be nice to stay here for a while. - dorcol
Oct 2017 - $40.00
The site was okay except that we had to share our faucet and pedestal with another RV and mine was on the wrong side. The park was crowded but manageable. We would not stay here again. - HaveDieselWillTravel
Oct 2016 - $20.00
We were first directed to a space that had just been vacated by a seasonal renter. The Park obviously did not check the site as the sewer connection was broken and the power had a bad ground, shocking my wife when she touched the water pipe. Once we were moved to a better space, all was well. Nice staff. Good price.
The Harbor isn't much to speak of, as it was surrounded by long term renters, and well-weeded. Restrooms were spartan but functional. The area doesn't drain well when it rains, which it did. Walking to the restroom was a shoe-soaker. - Kvw613
Sep 2017 - $50.00
We liked this RV park very much. It sits right on the shores of Lake Ontario. We reserved a lake view site the week after labor day. The manager lady was very helpful during the reservation call. She lined us up with a lake view site that fit our RV layout. She spent some time with us and we were not disappointed. Another worker gentleman takes you to your site, directs you when backing in, and helps you set up if needed. He seems to get a little impatient for no reason at all, but means well.
The town has plenty to do. Theres a beautiful beach, lakeside taverns, music, boating, fishing, historic sites, etc. We had friendly neighbors, but remember we had it a week after Labor Day. It is a quiet park with some permanent seasonal renters. We would like to stay again.
The WiFi was decent but sporadic. This is becoming real important for part time or full time rvers who need to work while on the road. Gorgeous views! - Run To The Hills
Jul 2017 - $50.00
Make sure you are on the shoreline for a wonderful sunset view Power also has 70 amp. Staff could not be more helpful. Very poor wifi. Love this site. - travel2011
Aug 2016 - $48.00
The waterfront sites have an absolutely lovely view but the park is generally unattractive. I'd love to find a park with that view but modern and attractive and I'd be happy to pay 50% more. We did not stay overnight and used none of the facilities but drove through the park to see if it would be a nice place to stay. I don't think I would want to stay here. - UllaPool
Jun 2019 - $35.00
We had an enjoyable experience - Rouset224
Aug 2018 - $10.00
Sites are large. Very close to Chimney Bluff State Park and Wayne County beach. Lots of weekend activity for kids. We will be returning. - Sowich25
Aug 2016 - $39.00
We had a most enjoyable mid week stay here with two grandsons and 3 big dogs.
Many of the sites appear to be "seasonal" and are well maintained.
The site that we occupied for 4 nights was on the "back loop". These sites are spacious, partially wooded and quite private. No sewer but a dump station was available. Only a very few 50 amp sites are available so be advised to call ahead. No cable or Wi-Fi. The pool was spotless. No laundromat. Staff is attentive and very pleasant.
The entire campground is very well groomed. Although the restrooms are not as modern as many that we have encountered they are cleaned regularly and are more than adequate.
Wood carvings are sprinkled throughout the entire campground...fantastic! It is fun just to stroll around and discover them.
Although a dog park isn't available, leashed dogs are welcome to walk the extensive campgrounds and the nearby State Park trails.
Very family friendly! Wonderful playground complete with wood carved dragon. We noticed the horseshoe pits, shuffleboard, small shallow lakes in which children could "fish".
Many intriguing weekend activities were offered but we could not participate due to the mid week timing of our stay.
A very tempting and surprisingly well stocked farm stand is on site. I cannot stress this strongly enough...this campground sells fudge "to die for"!!!
We will return next year. - Lab Lovers
Jul 2018 - $45.00
We did not stay because they did not honor our reservation. We booked 3 month in advance for a full hook up site and when we arrived they had given it to someone else. They said we had to take a no sewer site. They did not call before to tell us about the change, or apologize. We were very disappointed at this place! - Scampb
Sep 2017 - $39.00
Oak Orchard is a beautiful campground! We love it. My children run and play all day long. Whether it be swimming in the pool, playing on the playground, kayaking or fishing. They have organized activities on weekends. BBQs, themed weekends, crafts, fishing derbies. Hayrides every weekend..even a Hunt for Bigfoot Hayride which is a hit with my kids! Grassy sites, pretty big too. Perfect night under the stars sitting at your campfire. Clean shower building and bathrooms. Friendly owners on site. Friendly campers all around. Perfect place and we will be back! We can't wait to make more family memories. - Camping Mama 81
Sep 2016 - $39.00
We paid extra for 50 amp service then got billed another $3 a night for A/C. $39 a night was overpriced especially for not getting full hookups. The sites were roomy enough and electric and water hookups worked fine (no sewer hookup). The park ran a hay ride for the kids and had a chicken BBQ one night. It was not easy on, easy off from the interstate. Several low hanging branches needed trimming and potholes on the long drive in needed filling. The dumpster was quite a walk to get to. - Melodycthomas
Jun 2019 - $35.00
Nice park by a small lake, no real privacy, big open grassy field. The non-electric section was empty and would have given more privacy. Including the online transaction fee in the rate. - markandanne
Aug 2017 - $28.00
A bare bones campground. The electric side has only 30 or so sites, some without water, and many taken up by tent campers. Campground roads are tight and sites are small. If you have a rig much bigger than 30' you'll have trouble stuffing yourself in here. The East/electric side backs up to a busy county road - lots of traffic noise. The big plus is the direct lake access, just a short walk from the East loop. Nice swimming beach at the lake with a lifeguard and big bath house. We used Cayuga Lake State Park as an overnight stop, and there are probably better choices in the area. - Flying Mantis
Jul 2016 - $19.00
Was a nice quiet campground, large site, but was listed as partial shade and it should have been listed as full sun as it was very hot. It was not an electric site, so air conditioning was on only during the hours I could use the generator (9 to 11 am & 5 to 9 pm). The campgrounds were clean with pretty large sites. There was some nice biking we could do in the area. Our site was large, nice and level, and easy to back into. - Garand1
Sep 2018 - $22.00
We have stayed at Cherry Grove twice this summer and enjoyed our stay both times. This is a rural, peaceful, flat campground with gravel roads and was easy to get around in our 41' motorhome. The bathrooms and showers are immaculate. The camping sites are spaced well with trees in between. The permanent campers are friendly and follow the rules. Their sites are neat and well taken care of. - jetstream
Aug 2018 - $49.00
Very nice campground. Grassy sites and plenty long enough for just about any length. 5 mph speed limit and they mean it! I was going 7 0r 8 mph and got warned! Very rural and quiet countryside. Many seasonal campers who were friendly. Short term campers are mostly grouped in a nice partly shady section of the campground. Also, I had a problem with my camper and needed a certain drill bit adapter which the manager offered to loan to me without my even asking! - User2914
Aug 2018 - $39.00
Weekly rate. Gravel parking with grassy site. Friendly owners. Strict 5mph speed limit. Quite. Friendly seasonal campers. Farm stand across the road. Good WiFi (2 devices, extra are $1/day). Most transient sites were full while we were here. - 2hams