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30 RV Parks near Ticonderoga, New York
Oct 2018 - $50.00
We stayed two nights in early October and toured the area looking for fall colors and visited Lake Placid and Lake George areas. Campground is clean and our pull-through site was easily accessible with our motorhome. The store/office was very nice with many items and nice décor. Camping price is high for what they offer. We could not get WIFI to work at our site as our three devices could not find their network; owner did not seem interested to investigate and resolve. - Mark 5
Jul 2018 - $45.00
Family operated, I forget the guys name but he was super helpful on the first day from helping us back into our spot to troubleshooting our hot water heater (new travel trailer and directions were not helping). He even called a friend of his over to help get it running. The store is decent though overpriced. Didn't use the laundry room but it looked decent. Most of the campground is seasonal and reviews before our stay said to beware of the roadside sites given to weekenders. Luckily for us, we got a decent site away from the road and bordering the seasonals complete with shade trees, water, electric and sewer. Plenty of room for the kids to ride their bikes and play but don't trust the playground - not only is it located directly next to the busy road but it is old and doesn't seem very stable. My kids are 3 and 5 and the playset wobbled under their weight. We enjoyed the quiet! - Fab4
Aug 2017 - $46.00
Nice park. Lots of flying bugs which is no fault of the cg. Our site was very level and under heavy shade. The owners were very nice and helpful. We rented a canoe from them and went to Lake Champlain. The canoe was in excellent shape. They had all of the necessary equipment to include pads for us to load the canoe on top of our vehicle. The road we were located on was easy to navigate but some of the other sites were up steep, rocky hills. These seemed to be more permanent folks however. - FT Travelers3
Aug 2016 - $27.00
State park. Gravel roads, gravel/grass sites. Some are larger than others and some will NOT accommodate larger campers.
Restrooms were rustic, but clean. Showers were clean. Would be nice to have more shower houses, though.
Swimming area was nice. Lake was absolutely gorgeous.
Some of the roads in the campground and the roads leading to it are very hilly, so be prepared for that.
No electric and no water available.
All around a nice campground. - grim509
Aug 2013 - $22.00
We reserved our site months in advance as we wanted to be on the water. We had a level site right across from the beach. This campground is primitive with no electric, water, or sewer. There are water spigots to fill up your tanks and a dump station for your departure. A couple of times of day a wood seller and a mini school bus drive around selling ice, worms, etc... Our relatives rented one of the mooring buoys and we had the best of both worlds. We have stayed here numerous times and definitely will be back. - Sockiegirl
Jul 2013 - $22.00
Our 2nd trip to this primative campground. Some of the sites are full of roots so it gets to be a pain. However, the campground is a great place to get away from the hustle and bustle. Great priced and close to the town of Ticonderoga for whatever you need. The fishing was great as was the lake. If you are a hiker, bring your boots to go to the top of the rock for breathtaking views. It is a moderate hike. The supply trucks go around several times a day and you may want to invest in a small generator to keep your battery charged. Some of the fire rings on the sites further from the lake need to be upgraded but they still work. Great place to unwind. - Jellystar
Jul 2017 - $20.00
Incredible scenery with the fort across the road and the lighthouse and pier. The grassy sight look great but turn to mud when it rains causing my truck to get stuck [luckily it stopped raining and I got it out the next day] and the rangers said they will not help me get out, I needed to call a tow truck if I couldn't get out. The showers were disgustingly dirty with bugs under the mats. I would go for the day use area but won't camp there again. - Tim 1 - camper_
Sep 2015 - $27.00
Rate reflects required 'reservation fee'. Good home base to visit Fort Crown Point and Fort Ticonderoga ( 20 min. drive ). No easy fuel or grocery so plan ahead. Sites are grass and of many varied sizes with most being somewhat shaded from solar and satellite. I saw a few big rigs come in so must be sites somewhere in the park that work. No 'organized' site access meaning pretty much just pull into grass sites and make it work with lots of 'leveling' needed. Very popular with locals on weekends. - SailorGolf
Sep 2018 - $21.00
Traveling in a 38 foot coach we stayed 4 nights in a site for big rigs. Our site was green grass and wasn't level. All the sites located in the very front of the park were on grass by a pond, which meant no dust and not having to wash the coach or car after our stay. This park is located across the road from the lake which made for a beautiful view from our site. We were in the site closest to the front and the road, but traffic was minimal and we found it peaceful enough to sit outside and enjoy the sound of the pond frogs and the view. Too many large trees here for satellite reception. Almost the whole park (in the back) consists of long term residents but their sites were all clean and well kept. We enjoyed our stay but would have prefered staying in a level site. - JDC10
Sep 2016 - $32.00
The park was easy to access considering the back roads of Vermont. It is right on Lake Champlain with the entrance road running between the lake and the park. Most of the sites are seasonal with a smaller number reserved for "overnighters". Utilities were easy to access. Do not recall that they had wifi--Verizon worked nominally, if I recall correctly. My site was very short with a hill right behind which left my front end almost in the road--and I am only 24 ft. It was also very unlevel. However, all that is worth putting up with being so close to the lake and just down the road from the Lake Champlain bridge. The park itself is pleasant and tidy. Although I was not thrilled with my site, the lake is beautiful, the visit was pleasant and I would definitely return. - nanzhere
Jun 2016 - $28.00
We have been camping here for 3-4 years and have to say, the owners take pride in keeping their campground meticulously kept. Bathrooms are clean and the owners are seen mowing lawns and improving the campground constantly. The pool is the cleanest we've ever used. But they enforce no splashing/diving and other rules strictly for the enjoyment and protection of all their campers. We've never had a problem. One issue that is more problematic (I could be wrong) is the lower level where one would pitch a tent (which is where we camp) due to the swampy area behind seems to have a lot of mosquitoes. One site is very hilly and not recommended but the others are well manicured and kept. The seasonal campers are very friendly and their prices are reasonable. - dneilson2
Aug 2016 - $26.00
We used this location as a base to explore the Adirondack Mountains, the Lake Placid, Tupper Lake, and Fort Ticonderoga area. The hosts were nice, and very accommodating. Our first site, A1, was too close to some trees so we couldn't get a signal with out satellite dish which is on the front third of the roof. We were allowed to move to site 49B and satellite reception was excellent.
We had 50 amp, and great water pressure, but there is no sewer at individual sites. There is a dump station acr0ss from the city water treatment facility on the entrance/exit road. I believe there was a pump-out vendor available for a fee. We didn't use it.
It appeared the majority of the park was seasonal sites, which were kept well for the most part. We didn't spend much time in the park, as we were out seeing the area. This is not a 5 star resort, but it served our purpose. - therealSimpsons
Sep 2018 - $20.00
This is a Vermont state park. It does not have hookups but is quiet,spacious and private. Very beautiful. Tight drive in with our 33 foot class A. Great service from the park ranger when we had to change sites to fit in. Lots of nature. Dump station and water station easy to access. Would return. - rudyhehn
Oct 2014 - $22.00
This is a Vermont State Park with no hookups but a dump station. We had a nice, clean, and quite large site right on the water which offered privacy and scenic viewing. The restroom for our particular loop was immaculate. Surprised there was only one shower. Would not want to be there in high season! The rangers were friendly and helpful. The park was very quiet at night. We heard owls and saw eagles flying over the pond. For a day trip, we put our tow vehicle on the ferry, about an hour away, and did the 7 minute crossing to Fort Ticonderoga. Lake George is about 2 hours away. There isn't a lot to do here if you're not into fishing, hiking or just relaxing, but the local scenery is superb in the autumn. There are beautiful lakes and farmlands surrounding the campground. Lots of farm stands selling fresh, local produce. Very happy we stayed here and would return. - Buckie
Aug 2008 - $23.00
My family and I camp here every year. This is a nice quiet clean campground. The staff here run this campground excellent. I have not been to any place yet that matches this campground. If you want a nice quiet, clean get away camp here. - bigjimbo78
May 2019 - $63.00
Well, we went camping the opening weekend for this season. The staff members were wonderful. The campground was nice and the sites were spacious and clean. We had a wonderful time, that is until we were packed up and on the roadway heading out. At that point we were on a roadway which we were unable to backup with out RV. At that point we ran up on a truck and utility trailer blocking the roadway so we were stopped and waiting. This man came walking up to us with a severe attitude. He asked us what we were doing, we said leaving the campground. He then told us that we would have to backup and go around the other way. We told him that we could not do that due to the windiness of the road. If he had looked at the plates on my truck he would have seen the "HANDICAPPED PLATES" he then told me that if I were any kind of driver I could have backed around and gone another way. I asked him if he could pull his truck and trailer ahead about 10 feet, then I could pass and he could then backup where he was and continue to unload his trailer. He said NO and told me that I would have to wait until he was done. I asked my wife to get the manager, he then stated "do you know who I am? I said NO, he stated that he was the owner. He walked away swearing profusely and turned around and flipped me the bird. He then yelled at me that I was not to come back to his campground, I told him that I never would. He continued to unload his trailer and then while we waited. Then he pulled his truck and trailer up where I had suggested earlier to let us by. He was stopped and a woman in a golf cart told me to wait and she would escort me out, I did not wait for her. The camping experience was wonderful, the staff were great, but the owner was a real piece of work. Prior to this I would have highly recommended this campground, but because of the interaction with this owner, I would not. - Michael Bartlett
Jul 2016 - $68.00
This RV campground is primarily filled with seasonal campers. All river sites are held by seasonal renters so don't expect to get a one. We got site 62 which was a pull through if you want to call it that. Site was narrow, unlevel dirt and right on the road. We looked across the road to find all seasonal campers, some of them very tired indeed. The owner, I get a feeling, exaggerates a little.
Access to the river is primarily through the nature trail that leads to "the beach", which is the shore line of the river that is littered with submerged trees, mud, stones, and muck. Not the best place to spend the day on the water, we chose to drive to Paradox lake and pay the day use fee at the state park.
There were plenty of kids here for our 8 year old to play with. The campground has putt putt golf. They claim to have an arcade but it is just a few coin op games that are stuffed into a portable shed. The store has a good assortment of candy for the kids, they have ice cream as well but it is all store bought items placed into a chest freezer. Prices are reasonable but we drove 10 minutes each night for real ice cream.
Lots of activities for the kids over the July 4th.
The pine needles- they are everywhere, and you track them into your trailer because no sites have gravel. The sewer connection was something I had never seen in an RV park. The pipe was at ground level so dirt and debris could get washed in. When we pulled up the pipe was covered with a rusty coffee can and a broken up cinderblock was nearby. The first time I emptied the grey tank back pressure forced my elbow out of the pipe and soapy water went everywhere. I talked to the seasonal folks about this and they said it was normal, empty your tank slowly because the system can't take a big rush a water. On the last day I emptied the black tank and had the same problem, sewer system at the campground drained slowly so I didn't get a good flush of the tank. - Camping with Punks
Mar 2016 - $18.00
The park needs to be updated. Sewage is from 1965, Electric is 30amp. Laundry was very poor and dirty, and the language used by the staff was foul. - Luke4444
Mar 2009 - $30.00
The park has new owners, and wow what a difference it has made! I camped here twice in 2008 and the campground was immaculate, and the owners were very helpful and courteous. They made me feel very welcome, even suggested areas to visit and had menus of local restaurants to look at. There is a new store and office that has loads of stuff and the pool area is very well equipped with furniture and tables. The campground had many campers both times I visited, but I still felt like I was camping in Vermont with beautiful trees and large grassy areas. The owners were diligently cleaning the bath house every morning and every night. I highly recommend the Campground!! - DGSteve
Jun 2007 - $23.00
Only campground we ever went to, where they had no provision for our trash (told us to take it with us)! You could pay $4 a bag to have your trash taken. They also told us not to pick up our dog waste (we did anyway). Bathrooms dirty. If you stay one night you pay extra to dump. No chairs by the pool. No recreation facilities. Everything was for the convenience of the owners. We have NEVER felt so unwelcome. We were only one of 4 campers at the campground and we quickly found out why it was so empty. Large grassy sites, though. They do keep it mowed. Its a passion of the owner, he mows all day! That's all he does. I don't think they ever clean the bathrooms. Extra for A/C. - pyrlover