Best Campgrounds in New York

This list represents the most popular campgrounds in New York. Use this list to plan your next New York campgrounds trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

At the southern end of the Catskills, in the Sundown Wild Forest, lies the Peekamoose ...
At 65,000 acres, Allegany State Park is the largest state park in New York. Considering ...
On the eastern edge of the Hudson Valley, hugging the borders of Massachusetts and Connecticut, ...
Ogden Mills and Ruth Livingston Mills Memorial State Park borders and shares a campground ...
When we told our friends that we would be spending some time camping on Long Island, we ...
On the southern shores of Seneca Lake lies one of the most spectacular gorges in the Finger ...
The largest and most popular campground in the Catskills, North–South Lake hardly qualifies ...
For the 88 miles it passes through New York State, the Appalachian Trail meanders over ...
The first thing that surprises first-time visitors to Green Lakes State Park is the fact ...
Whetstone Gulf is located between two of New York’s greatest natural resources, the Tug ...
New York State has no national parks. However, just off the coast of Long Island is Fire ...
When the sun comes out and tourists are heading to the Hamptons or Fire Island, it is ...
As the most-recent glacier receded from New York about 10,000 years ago, it carved out ...
The Finger Lakes region was shaped by multiple periods of glaciation during the Ice Age. ...
The majestic canyon here has been cut by the Genesee River over millennia as it runs north ...
When visitors come to the Adirondacks, they are usually impressed with the sheer number ...
The Adirondacks’ rugged terrain and dense woodlands made most of the area inhospitable ...
Traditional Dutch ghost stories often tell of the Devil’s presence in Stony Clove, a pass ...
Say the word Adirondacks, and most people envision placid bodies of water with forested ...
More than 20 miles north of Lake Placid and less than 50 miles south of Quebec, Buck Pond ...
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