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Discover the best camping near Binghamton, New York

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Camping near Binghamton

Canoe the Chenango River, hike the forest, and swim in lakes left by glaciers near Binghamton.

Outdoor stays for every style

Find your new favorite spot.

Perched on the banks of two rivers and bounded by rolling hills, Binghamton has outdoor fun to spare. Canoe the Susquehanna River, hike forest trails, and fish for trout in local streams. Whether you’re adventuring or relaxing, the ideal New York campsite is never far. Within 20 miles of downtown, a range of campgrounds and RV parks suit every style. Choose from river and lakeside campgrounds at Chenango Valley State Park. Fish for trout, swim from the sandy beach or play 18 holes at the golf course. If you’re driving a big rig, try the 50-amp electric sites in the Pine Bluff area. Most of the campsites close after Labor Day weekend, but the park is open year-round. Are you looking for primitive camping in the Binghamton area? The Oakley Corners State Forest has a variety of boat-in and hike-in tent sites and lean-tos. From there, you can canoe the river or explore 13 miles of hiking trails. Or, for RV camping with picnic tables and full hookups, try Hickories Park near Endicott. Take a quick trip over the Pennsylvania border to Salt Springs State Park. Here, a fun family campground sits close to sledding, hiking, and fishing. Hike to waterfalls, or relax by your camping cottage.

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