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19 RV Parks near Rouses Point, New York
We did however find 19 campgrounds within 25 miles of Rouses Point. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Rouses Point in the left hand column.
Aug 2018 - $70.00
First of all the campground is right on Lake Champlain and is a diamond in the rough! The grounds are beautiful with all new wiring, electrical boxes, water lines, etc... The campground has a beautiful pool and clubhouse. This campground has all the makings of a great campground! Now for the not so good. This campground has 177 sites of which 173 sites were vacant. We made reservation for this campground 3 weeks prior to our stay as we would be making a stop here returning from a long road trip. We were told that there would be plenty of room and the were not able to accept a deposit at the time because they did not have a credit card machine. Upon arrival we entered the campground and was very surprised at how empty the campground was for the middle of August. When I tried to go to the office, the door was locked and there was no sign on the door or anything. I walked around the clubhouse trying to find a door that was unlocked and there were none. I waited a minute as there was a person mowing the lawn and asked me if I had a reservation. He made a phone call and was told to allow me to select any site that I wanted. My wife and I selected the a waterfront property and were told the owner would be back later on. When the owner finally showed up I went to settle my bill. I was also surprised that the owner had very limited english and I had to revert to my french in order to communicate with her. The owner informed me that I had selected a lakefront site and my fee was 70 for the night. I told her that I did not agree with the fee and that there was no cable or wifi on the site and the park was empty. I also mentioned that no one told me the fee structure of the sites as no one was there to check me in etc... Nonetheless I paid the 70 and only stayed 1 night. This place might be a diamond in the rough but it will not see my camper again anytime soon. - clw_man
Jun 2015 - $28.00
The park and groundskeeping is very nice, with a large number of camper sites. However, the owner/manager was terribly rude. it was the worst camping experience I have ever had at a park. There are a number of guidelines that need to be followed (quiet hours, speed limits, leash law, etc.) and the owner/manager felt that he had to yell at us to ensure we understood. I will never come back and would not recommend this to anyone who is looking to stay here for a fun time. - Tent_camper123
Jul 2009 - $33.00
The driveway entrance from Blue Rock Road is steep uphill and several drag marks are visible. Payment at registration is cash only, no credit/debit cards, no checks. Sites near the water front are for seasonal tenants only, but there is a boat ramp for all. No cable in this “5 star resort”. Local HD channel reception is good as is satellite if you request a site without tree coverage. - Retired Camper
Sep 2007 - $34.00
This is a trailer park with campsites available for rent. I found the place very friendly. My problem was the restroom. Not very clean and only one bathhouse for the entire park. A little traffic noise. - socaljj
Sep 2009 - $35.00
Our first impression which took place before arriving was disorganization. Considering camping season is winding down and management of reservations should be a breeze, there was confusion on the phone when we called to confirm and when we got to the front desk regarding our reservations and then what sites we would be on. Our impression of the campground overall was very little seems to be done to maintain the place. Trash was scattered on our site, numbers on the posts were not visible to even find our site (no site maps were handed out upon arrival) and drainage seemed to be an issue in the area we were at. Water contained sulfur and when showering or washing dishes the eggy smell was overpowering. We noticed a night & day difference between the sections of property that housed the seasonals and where they stuck us. It was obvious after talking to some of the seasonals there that they alone are responsible for the beautiful appearance of those sections of the property and management does very little upkeep. It might have been a very nice property years ago...tennis courts are there but the fencing is falling down and the kids use it to ride their bikes on or play basketball. One of the campers in our group did not have a fire ring on their site. They mentioned it to someone in the office and they said to just take one from another site. I know the season is winding down but does that mean that our experience has to be less than someone who stays in June? I don't believe we will go there again. - okiecampervt
Jun 2016 - $40.00
Arrived without a reservation and got last back in site. Attractive park with many seasonal campers. Sites are close together and some can be tight to get into.
Only there 1 night and did not use facilities.
Park is right on Lake Champlain. - DCM/JMB
Sep 2018 - $20.00
The staff was very friendly. We had a large level site. First time in a while that my wheels did not leave the ground. Water pressure was 45psi. AT&T and Verizon were 2-3 bars. 2 major networks OTA TV. Laundry was clean, great shape and only $2.25 total for the washer and drier. Rate is PPA plus you pay for metered electric at $.20 kWh. I would stay here again. - rynosback
Sep 2017 - $20.00
Did an overnite on passport America. Helpful and friendly staff tho told by long stayers don't transpass on the owners rules. Transients area in front of well grassed and kept field with EW, but electricity is metered. I spent $1.40 for a few hours of AC which was o.k. Small bath house with coin operated shower, but we were self contained for bath. Large semi permanent trailer area with neat enhancements. Good for an overnite. - 210jem
Aug 2017 - $22.00
One of the cleanest best organized parks I have ever been in. Escort to site. Quiet at night, no speeders at this park. Mobile home park is across the street, not a mix of mobiles and rv's as are some mobile home parks/rv park combinations. Free wifi that worked slowly even though there was a full signal. Metered electricity, we managed to use $2 worth in a day without running the a/c. - mrracechaser
Sep 2018 - $35.00
Spent one night as we were passing through the area. Easy reservations, gruff check in by older man and woman. But they might be at the end of a busy summer season, so we cut them some slack. Horses on the other side of the fence were pleasant to watch. Quiet at night, just what we needed. - Roaming Together
Sep 2014 - $35.00
Rough bath house but clean and had soap & towels. Annoyed by the $0.25 for 7-minute shower, but tremendous water pressure. - luminary110
Sep 2014 - $35.00
Clean but roughly built bath-house. Soap & paper towels provided, but a $.25 cost for a 7-minute shower with tremendously good water pressure. - LTV camper
Jul 2016 - $42.00
Our reservation for a 50Amp pull through was not honored. We received a 30Amp back in site that was not well maintained. It was covered it trash and appeared to be where people walked their dogs, excrement was everywhere. Manager was unwilling to move us to the area we reserved because we only booked two nights, even though several sites were empty in that area.
We will never stay here again. - 5nomads
Oct 2012 - $35.00
We needed a place to stay for a few days to visit our newborn grandchild, who decided to arrive after every park and campground had closed for the season. The owners of this park were super nice and opened a space for us when no one for hundreds of miles would. We will be coming back here for sure. - Nana and Papa G
Jul 2012 - $42.00
Large campground with lots of seasonals, but everything kept up nicely. No pull-throughs but no trouble backing in our big rig. Odd utility placement, at least at our site; wasn't sure we were going to be able to reach the sewer, which was behind our rig. RVParkReviews says there is a river, but if there is, I sure couldn't find it. Very disorganized in office, but at least nice about it. Cable OK. Wi-Fi strong. Showers are coin-operated, which I think is uncalled for in a $42 campground. Laundry room is small, washers and dryers are $2 and not particularly efficient. Nice pool, looks clean but was cold. There is a small miniature golf course but didn't see any other playground. The worst part was the extremely loud band on Saturday night at the bar in front of the campground - still playing at 12:30 a.m. and we had to close the windows and turn the air conditioner on to drown them out. Web site says "walk to beach"; it's a hefty walk and a pretty unattractive municipal beach that you have to pay to get on. Mosquitoes were bad. Convenient to Plattsburg and AuSable Chasm and Montreal is only about an hour away. - Luvtheroad
Sep 2018 - $30.00
Camped 1 night in 22' Class C, last week of September. There had been a lot of rain in the area that day and the day before, so there was a lot of sites and parts of the interior roads swamped in water. Our site faced the lake, was sandy and sheltered under the trees. 30A electric but no other hookups. Beach access is great, and there was a newer shower and laundry house nearby, though apparently mostly closed for the season already. This park is perfectly situated to catch the ferry across Lake Champlain into Vermont if you're touring New England after the Port Kent > Burlington ferry has shut down for the season. We had a great stay here. Nice and dark with no streetlights blazing into your rig like at a commercial campground! - VW_Vista
Sep 2018 - $30.00
We stay at CBST just after Labor day. We stayed on site #49 - Lake view - Beach across road - Electric hook-up. The site was level and sandy. This being a corner lot, we could arrange the camper for a lake view. The new camping center included new showers, laundry - very clean and well kept. Customer service was excellent. This is a great family location. I am sure it is very busy in the summer, but after labor day it was very comfortable. - SUNCAT37
Sep 2018 - $25.00
This is our second stay here, our site was sand, pretty level, with lots of trees, table, fire ring. Electric but no water at sites, but spigots spread throughout the campground. Bathrooms & showers are new since our last stay here, individual rooms with shower, sink toilet and changing area. Laundry available. A beach area, and a nice walkway along top of the beach. Nice double dump site. Sites are numbered a little strangely, example, site 72 is between 51 & 52. - bukhrn
Jul 2018 - $60.00
This is a fantastic place. Beautiful and friendly with fantastic sunsets and beautiful lake views. Quiet and dog friendly. - Dcourt
Oct 2017 - $60.00
This is a beautiful, "no frills" campground with large grassy sites and views of Lake Champlain. We enjoyed watching the nearby ferry going back and forth to New York. The owners are friendly and gracious hosts, it was like staying with old friends, even though we had never met before! The owner shared with us the best way to get to Montreal, and gave us tips on what to do and where to eat. This campground was one of the highlights of our trip. Wish we could have stayed longer than two days! - Rich and Judith
Aug 2016 - $59.00
Let us preface this review by stating that we do not agree with some negative comments we have read on a couple of web sites about this magnificent place. We are full-timers traveling in a Class-A motorhome and have stayed at a number of campgrounds, resorts, state parks, and other locations over the last few years. We have seen it all. Champlain Adult Campground is the best campground where we have had the pleasure to stay. The campground makes you feel as though you are in the middle of a garden, rather than your standard (or even "luxury") campground. Owner had promised me it was the best site and he was right! Funnily, after few days of walking around the campground with our dog, we realized every site was the best site; all were well kept, private, and with great views of the lake. There are many options for campers once they are settled. You could visit Canada, drive around the little local towns and beaches, bike, swim, or kayak at the lake. Other perks include nice walks, hikes, and trips to Burlington. The campground could not be in a better location when it comes to exploring and a variety of attractions. This place is a paradise, which we told the owners several times. They maintain an immaculate space and everything is simple-as it should be. One morning, I saw few campers leaving and within minutes the owner was watering their sites and soon the sites looked like no one had even camped there. They work tirelessly, all day long, and their children help them keep the campground in shipshape condition. Seeing them work (really work) the grounds makes it obvious that there is no time left in the day to update their web site or promote this great find. Their priorities are clear: keep existing customers happy with clean, scenic, facilities that operate well. I cannot recall one campsite place with better value or aesthetics. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and cannot wait to visit again. We left two days ago and already miss it. - Sergio Restrepo