The rate was Coast to Coast. This is an old Thousand Trails park with lots of seasonal units. The pool was full of little kids. WiFi didn’t reach us. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Site was small and surrounded by very loud neighbors. We stayed during 4th of July weekend, and private hours were an absolute joke. Pool was freezing so we only went once. Gangs of teenage boys on bikes hung around in lots of spots, so my daughters were nervous about them. Not much to commend this park, and overpriced unless you have a membership. We stayed to be close to the Shawagunks and Hudson Valley, but would find a different campground should we wish to return to the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We drove in, registered, and setup our motor home. When the 30 Amp electricity (the only available to us) showed us with only 95-100 volts we packed up the motor home and left. We would NOT stay there and jeopardize our electrical and electronic gear in the rig. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a destination park. Many sites, mostly in the shade. We asked fo 50 amp and got it. Staff was helpful. All sites are gravel/grass. A number of permanent park models, but these are mostly all in one area. The rest rooms were very clean as were the showers. We used Coast to Coast and would come here again if we were in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I grew up in the area and knew of the park. They used to drive us nuts with their promotional scams. As a camper with a motorhome it wasn't too bad. I hate the "security gate" at the entrance to the park. It's a menace to big rigs with something in-tow and the security is very questionable! My daughter used her password from the previous season and it allowed access??? How safe could that be! The park is a mixture of full timers and travelers. Wasn't a problem. Lot's of kids! As others complained, water pressure was an issue. I have all the pressure regulators on my motorhome but others were not as fortunate when the pressure surged! Bathrooms were relatively clean with decent showers (sometimes minimal pressure) but not convenient to all especially in the rain. Fairly nice store however, fairly over priced! It's in the boonies so it's a drive for any conveniences! Office staff were decent-not the best but not the worst I've encountered. They were accommodating to our needs overall. With the Hudson Valley rapidly becoming a NYC Burroughs, campgrounds are by no means as plentiful as in the past. Beggars can't be choosy! Overall, I give them a 5. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an RPI park and thus the low cost. This park is in the middle of nowhere with nothing to do in the immediate area. We stayed there for a week and used it as our base to drive to Hyde Park, Rhinebeck, Kingston, etc. The drives were beautiful, although a little long. The park staff was on the verge of being rude. They have very few (5-6) 50 amp sites. We had a full hookup 30 amp site, which was fine because the weather was cool. You must pay for WiFi and the service is very poor. Unless you have a web based email address you can't send or receive email. Over the air TV reception is fair. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park was well kept, but some sites were flooded by the rain. The water pressure was low and the water was turbid. The staff let some campers know when the water was off or low in pressure but not every camper. We were there on a membership. We had to ask for a 50 amp site and only 5 sites were available. Most of the 50 amp sites were taken by longer renters. The staff was very helpful. Sites can handle a 45' motorhome. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a family park: lots of kids / noise. T-mobile cell worked great. Wi-Fi is an extra $5 per day. We camped here in a coach at $12 per night on a discount program. The guy next to us paid $55 a night!! Sites are level grass or gravel, and either sunny or shaded, 30 amps, not 50. There is only one pull through in a very shaded spot. The park is large enough to get a good walk. The pool appears to be in great condition. We had bad luck with the utilities. The sewer has a trap right at the inlet. If your doughnut doesn't seal REAL TIGHT, your black line will leak. Our 30 amp elect power went out about 7 or 8 times on a 4 day stay. They fixed it the last day we were there. On our last night, the water line stopped too for no reason. It is a nice park and we will probably try it again. I can't rate it higher because of the problems we had. We camped here in a Motorhome.
$10 was the RPI rate I paid. Well maintained park, roads are all good. WiFi is $4/day and only reaches the front section. My cellphone did not work until I put up my Wilson antenna and amplifier. Office staff were very friendly and helpful both on the phone and in person. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We spent ten days here. The park was well maintained. The check in people we not very helpful and more interested in the "REGULARS". Spot 390 a full hook up pull thru was great for privacy and away from it all. We found nothing wrong with the park, but there wasn't much around the area to see. No cell service in the entire area. Many things to do in the park for children. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here as Coast to Coast members, and really enjoyed it. Restrooms were not dirty, just not spotless, as it was a very busy week-end and they had much use. There were lots of kids. This is a very old campground, and our sewer connection was so far apart from our E/W that we couldn't connect both at the same time. Still, we enjoyed our stay. It is very family-friendly and had great Sat. night entertainment. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a membership campground (Thousand Trails) - non members welcome except holidays, and runs around $40 a night. Has theme weekends, and park is very clean and well kept. Sites vary in size and most are easy to get into nice shade trees. Gets very crowded during the summer months but Sept, Oct and pre-season basically have pick of sites/location We camped here in a Motorhome.
We parked here in a motorhome using the AOR membership (Adventure Outdoor Resorts). Large site, table, fire ring. We were in the open area. There were shaded sites with some close. We mostly toured the area so didn't spend much time at the resort. We would return. Only draw back was we couldn't get a cell phone signal with Verizon. Once out of the resort we received a signal. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice facility, well policed, and a great adult work out room. Paved roads to ride bikes on. The week we were there they bussed in 2 to 3 bus loads of screaming kids each day to use the pool for several hours. Not what we expected before school was out for the year. Our site was well within screaming distance of the pool. Next time we will get a site further from the pool. Nice adult lounge. Wifi is expensive and tv reception poor unless you spring for cable. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Perfect Campground. Night time security was rowdy, neighbors were very loud. Had to say something to them well after midnight. Bathrooms could have had soap dispensers. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 8 / 10 ]
What a beauty! Lovely spot-we would go back! Nice staff, well-stocked store and grounds
are nicely kept. Only minuses: The modem hookup, while a wonderful convenience, is located in what appears to be someone's office. One feels like an intruder! There is plenty of space in the Adult Lodge and we wondered why there was no hookup there! Also, we detected an odor as we walked by the first dump station on the main street. Guessing the nightly rate, as we went in on a discount rate. We camped here in a Motorhome.
As the owner is very nice the park in general is not maintained. Seasonal trailers seem to have been left behind years ago. Our view was of a trailer in complete disrepair and with trash stashed in all sorts of places. The sewer hookups are into barrels buried under your site. The water was not drinkable. Wi-Fi didn't make to our site. Pool looked clean and newer. Store was bare. My fiance noted this would make a great location to film a horror movie. (please accept this as my humor) Campground has or had potential. We are new to RVing (five previous and wonderful campgrounds) and this was by far a learning experience. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Overall, the campground was not in great shape. Our first and primary concern was hygiene. The water was brown and undrinkable. We had to buy gallon jugs of water for cooking and drinking. Sewer hookups were into buried 55-gallon drums. Part of our drum was visible in our site. So these drums rust, don't they. What might have been leaking into the ground? Is this legal? Many sites are abandoned and very shabby. The owners don't maintain them at all. Many of the cement pads are covered in mold and pine needles, and there are disgusting abandoned trailers. The place was very buggy--plenty of weeds around. When we got there on Monday, the shower stalls were covered in dead bugs. Fortunately, they were cleaned that afternoon although bugs did return throughout our stay. At least the water in the bathhouse was fine. Some good things included a nice pool, no problem running our AC, free Wi-Fi, large sites, friendly owner (although rarely in the office, they live near the entrance), $6.00 gets you a large bundle of wood, and a few noisy seasonal people; otherwise a quiet place. According to one of the seasonal folks, at one time the campground had really been very nice. When the seasonal folks began leaving (many had died), the owners just let the place go. Too bad, it really has potential. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.