200+ RV sites. Primitive, W/E, and full hookups, pull thrus, Cable TV $ (at some sites), water, bath houses with showers, laundry facilities, dump station, swimming pool, fire rings, playground, arcade, horseshoes, volleyball, basketball, camp store, propane, ice, security, concierge service, and tent sites (no hookups).
Open May 1st thru October 16th. PA valid 1 night. PA valid Sun-Thurs. PA is not valid during holidays. Reservations are highly recommended. MUST mention PA at the time of reservation. Check In: 2PM. Check Out: 11AM. Pets welcome. *Plus tax & 7% resort fee. Rate includes 2 adults and 2 children age 17 and younger, $6 add'l charge per extra person per day. Overnight guests are $12/night for both adults and children. $3/night upcharge for Friday and Saturday nights. Add'l vehicles are $3/day.
GPS: 43.34376N, -73.687229W CANADA & North: I-87 Northway south to Exit 20, 1 mile south on Rt. 9 to Lake George Campsites. From NYC & South: I-90 Thruway north to Exit 24, I-87 Northway north to Exit 20, 1 mile S on Rt. 9 to Lake George Campsites.
Enjoy the natural beauty of the Adirondack Mountains as well as outdoor activities the whole family will love at Lake George Campsites.
Lake George campsite is full of on-site amenities, and also offers countless nearby activities and attractions. Enjoy the following nearby activities and attractions while staying at our campground. The Great Escape & Splashwater Kingdom, a Six Flags theme park. Saratoga Springs, home of the Saratoga Race Track, museums, mineral springs. A scenic boat ride on Lake George, Water Slide World, Fun Spot Family Entertainment Center, The Factory Outlets of Lake George, Fort William Henry, Saratoga Springs Shopping, Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Golfing, Pirate's Cove / Adventure Racing, Go-Carts, Horseback riding in the Adirondack Mountains, White Water rafting on the Hudson River, A hike to the top of Prospect Mountain in Lake George, A visit to one of the region’s top museums including The Hyde Collection, the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame, the National Museum of Dance, and World Awareness Children’s Museum, and West Mountain Ski Resort.
July 2016 Like a campground in the woods! This delightful campground has fhu drive thru sites amid old growth forest, so you can enjoy good shade on hot days. close to town and all facilities, real handy to Saratoga Springs for the Horse Racing Season. Suggestion: If you are over about 30 ft, you may want to walk around and check out the access to the site, as some tight maneuvering may be needed.