240 total RV sites (230 are seasonal), BIG RIGS ARE WELCOME. Escort to site upon arrival. Can accommodate RVs up to 70ft, the campsite sets on 40 acres of rolling hills, with its 240 sites nestled among a wide variety of trees such as maple, birch, poplar, hardhack, ironwood, hickory, beech, and pine. Full hookups, 30/50-amp, pull thrus, back ins, WiFi, showers($), restrooms, laundry, swimming pool, game room, clubhouse, pool table, RV storage, fire rings, ice, propane, recycling, nature watching, biking, basketball, horseshoes.
Open May 1st through October 1st. Reservations preferred. No credit or debit cards. Pets welcome. One vehicle per site. Dogs on a leash. Horses welcome. Campsite speed - walking speed. *Rates do not include power usage which is individually metered. You only pay for what YOU use. Showers are coin-operated and cost .25 cents for 7 minutes.
Located 6-8 miles from Plattsburgh and 60 miles from Montreal, QC. From I-87, take Exit 40 and follow blue & white westerly directional signs. Go west on RT 456 and turn left onto RT 22. Turn right onto O’Neil Rd, and then turn left onto LaPlante Rd.
Weekend planned activities. A full listing of our park events is located on our website.
Lake Camplain, Historical Plattsburgh, Olumpic Region, Museums and Art Galleries, Ausable Chasm, Burlington, VT, Montreal, QC, beaches, State Parks.
During late May 2016 we enjoyed two weeks at Twin Ells RV Park. There were so many positive experiences it is difficult to decide where to begin. Chuck, Cathy, Paul & Jackie were fun, hospitable, supportive, and accommodating. We were hesitant to choose their park when we learned they do not accept credit cards. We were wrong. The reasonable pricing for every service, utility, and item was an unexpected pleasure and they accepted personal checks. The grounds and facilities made an outstanding appearance. Their efforts to maintain the infrastructure was evident everywhere we looked. Their location is a reasonable drive to Plattsburgh, but far enough out of town to not have any implication of the hustle and bustle of city life. Twin Ells was relaxing and quiet; serene. Facilities included a very, very well maintained play scope that was obviously enjoyed by children from toddlers to early teen. Although it was too early in the camping season for weather to permit the swimming pool to be open, we were intrigued by the black pipe solar heating system. Our spot was grassy, dry, and required very little effort to level our 33 ft trailer. We are experienced, full time RVers; retired dentist and retired forensic engineer.