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5 Campgrounds In New York To Visit This Year

The Virtuous Vee

Camping is a fun recreational activity that allows us to enjoy the outdoors with everything Mother Nature has to offer. That never fails to make us happy, and the thought of even just a day or two in our tents, is enough to get us through the toughest of weeks. Also, It is a favorite pastime activity among many people because it is cost-effective and its unpredictability for many is exciting.

This is your sign to leave your luxuries behind and visit these 5 amazing camping spots in The Empire State.
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Deerpark / New York City NW KOA Holiday

Nestled along the historic Neversink River, between the Catskills and the Delaware Water Gap in the Hudson Valley, this KOA offers the best of both Worlds. The river is famous for fly-fishing and swimming, tubing and kayaking. This peaceful, wooded setting will reconnect you to the beauties of nature. There’s plenty to do, with amenities and services to make your stay memorable. It is very beautiful and scenic, you should give it a chance!

Address: 108 Guymard Turnpike, Godeffroy, NY 12729, United States

Phone: +1 845-754-8388

Website: Deerpark / New York City NW KOA Holiday
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Kenneth L. Wilson Campground

Completely surrounded by beautiful mountains with panoramic views creating a picturesque setting, Kenneth L. Wilson Campground is a secluded, large, and wooded campground in Mount Tremper, New York. Boating, fishing and hiking are the three main activities you get to enjoy here. You can also have a picnic with your friends. They continuously improve the grounds by adding a dog park, upgrading bathroom and shower houses, replace fire pits, etc. You will love it!

Address: 859 Wittenberg Rd, Mt Tremper, NY 12457, United States

Phone: +1 845-679-7020

Website: Kenneth L. Wilson Campground

Chenango Valley State Park

Chenango Valley State Park is a 1,137-acre state park located in Broome County, New York in the United States. It boasts two kettle lakes - Lily and Chenango. The campground itself features 184 campsites and 24 cabins. There are also three pavilions which can accommodate from 50 to 800 people. Before visiting, make reservations here, and read the latest COVID-19 information as it relates to camping reservations and guidelines.

Address: 153 State Park Rd, Chenango Forks, NY 13746, United States

General Information: (607) 648-5251

Website: Chenango Valley State Park

Hamlin Beach State Park

Hamlin Beach State Park is a popular lakefront beach with land activities such as a nature walk, multi-use trails and camping. Its clear water, sandy beaches and 264 tent and trailer campsites bring thousands of visitors to the park each year. Here you can anjoy many activities including: baseball, softball, biking, bird watching, Cross country skiing, fishing, hiking, picnicking and many more.

Address: 1 Hamlin Beach State Park, Hamlin, NY 14464, United States

Phone: +1 585-964-2462

Website: Hamlin Beach State Park

Eighth Lake Campground

Located on the southeast shore of Eighth Lake, Eighth Lake Campground offers numerous recreational opportunities, such as canoeing, boating, hiking, bicycling, and fishing for trout and smallmouth bass. The campsites offer privacy, they are large and well forested. Camping equipment from tents to 40' RV's can be accommodated. This is a great place if you simply want to disconnect with the world to reconnect with yourself.

Address: 1353 NY-28, Inlet, NY 13360, United States

Phone: +1 315-354-4120

Website: Eighth Lake Campground

Before visiting any of these campgrounds, please read their latest COVID-19 information related to camping reservations and guidelines.

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