Camping near Lake Luzerne with wifi provided

Lakefront, riverside, or mountain-top—campers have their pick of views in this southern Adirondacks town.

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12 top campgrounds near Lake Luzerne with wifi provided

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Spacious Skies Adirondack Peaks

162 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents20 acres · North Hudson, NY
Spacious Skies Adirondack Peaks combines the sweet nostalgia of classic campground fun with modern amenities and conveniences. As you roll your RV or family vehicle onto the grounds, you’ll take in your forested surroundings, a myriad of family-friendly activities, and a peek of the Schroon River that leads down to Schroon Lake. Pull in to your full hook-up site, deluxe cabin, or cozy yurt to begin your outdoor adventure! Our family-friendly amenities abound! Two swimming pools and waterslide; gaga ball; multiple playgrounds; gem mining; mini golf; a play house; pedal bike rentals; a spacious rec hall stocked with arts and crafts and arcade games; lazy river tubing; a riverside beach area and more – young campers will have endless options to choose from at Spacious Skies Adirondack Peaks. A fully-stocked camp store, large laundry facility, and parkwide WiFi bring some creature comforts to your camp site.
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Lake Lauderdale Campground

41 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents50 acres · Cambridge, NY
Welcome to Lake Lauderdale Campground, located on County Route 61 with picturesque views of Lake Lauderdale and the surrounding mountains with over 50 acres of park-owned property. Explore natural landmarks, hiking trails, and a range of activities for the whole family. So whether you are reserving one of our cabin rentals, RVing, or camping in a tent, you and your family will relax, enjoy, and have a great camping experience! Campsite amenities offered include a playground, picnic tables, and fire circles along with basic amenities such as restrooms with hot showers and laundry facilities. Visitors may also enjoy on-site activities such as themed weekends, basketball, hiking, biking, fishing, kayaking, and canoeing. Whether it's for a night or two, we hope to see you soon!
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The TrailHouse

12 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents38 acres · Poultney, VT
Historic, quintessential VT farmstead on 38 private acres at the end of a quiet dirt road. The Slate Valley Trails pass through our property - providing direct access to 50+miles of world-class mountain biking and hiking trails. We are located mid-point in the network at a perfect jumping off point for adventure. There are also miles and miles of quiet dirt roads and abandoned forest tracks in the area, offering near endless opportunities for gravel cycling adventures. The property features perennial gardens, a pond, open meadows, forestland, and picturesque southerly views from the top of the north meadow. The tent, van and glamping sites are thoughtfully located in protected nooks in the forestland and along the forest's edge. We have hot outdoor showers (3) and a handmade wooden building that houses our portable toilets. There is also a communal fire pit.
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Slateville Farm Secluded Camps

8 sites · RVs, Tents350 acres · Granville, NY
7 Extremely Private Sites ~ Outdoor Private Hot Shower, Flush Toilet, Sink Available Sweeping pastoral hillsides mixed with densely wooded private acres make our camp sites unique with each one offering a different experience. We have developed a network of trails to enjoy and offer swimming, catch release fishing, hiking, and biking is nearby at the Slate Valley Trails. Lots of places to picnic and enjoy the sunset. We have a farm stand, unlimited firewood, ice, and free flowing spring water for you to enjoy. Our bucolic farmland was originally for milking cows, it was leased at times for mining red slate when Granville was at its peak. Technology changed and the industry left us with beautiful abandoned quarry holes that have filled with natural spring water. Our farm currently offers firewood, bagged spring ice, spring water, and we operate a farm stand on the weekends seasonally selling our own pesticide produce and free range eggs and camp related supplies. We consider 1 night reservations on week days and for our repeat guests, Inquire. Oak Tree - Pastoral with expansive views, Extremely Private, Great for Dogs Owl - Wooded, Hammocks, walkable to Quarry, our original site. Guest Favourite Pines - Wooded, Most Remote, Great for Dogs, Viking Chairs, Picnic Table Ridgeline - Open Pastoral, Covered Pergola with Pit & ADK Chairs, Great for Groups, RVS, Kids, Pets. Sunset Views Hops - Newly Renovated, Metal Pit, ADK Chairs, Combination Site Wooded/Open, Suitable for an RV, Graveled, Guest Favorite Quarryside - Close to Quarry Hole, smaller site, room for 2 tents on the trail network, Shaded, No Grill On Farm Activities: Large Red Quarry Swimming Hole, Catch Release Bass, Hiking, Biking, Yoga Pergola, Sunset Pergola, Farm Stand, Enjoy the Scottish Highland Cows! We also have a 40 acre parcel with a Lookout Tower and Cabin that is Incredible. "Slateville Retreat" No words to describe!
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Haven Acres

1 site · RV, Tent2 acres · Shaftsbury, VT
My Haven sits on 2.25 acres. It is walking distance to Lake Paran and the Robert Frost Trail, as well as the small quaint town of North Bennington. You can see mountains and there are more hiking trails throughout the county. The back and side of the property is wooded, very private! The view is of a meadow and mountain (Mount Anthony). There is a fire pit and access to water and electricity. The Haven is on a dead end road. A beautiful, quiet place to rest your head. And if you are seeking adventure there are plenty of things to do!
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Big Red Alpacas

3 sites · RVs, Tents10 acres · Eagle Bridge, NY
Big Red Alpacas reside at State Line Bunks.  These inquisitive and peaceful animals are beautiful and provide wonderfully warm products as well.  Big Red Sustainable Harvests is our overarching business, and includes  farm fresh, organically raised, free range chicken eggs, frozen meat birds, maple syrup, beautiful alpaca products, and sometimes, honey from the bees.  We're still building and expect to be able to add asparagus, blueberries, raspberries, gooseberries, and field grown perennials soon.  We also like to make jams, jellies, and sauces as well.  However, you are not compelled to buy anything!
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Rustic Barn Campground

15 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents50 acres · Corinth, NY
July booking special (expires 7/15/24), use code GAT2NLSJ while booking any date up through August 28th, 2024 and receive 20% off. Our campground borders the Adirondack Park and is just minutes from Saratoga Springs and Lake George, NY. We offer wooded tenting sites and spacious RV sites. We also have luxury cabin rentals if you need comfortable lodging but want to be closer to nature than you would be in a hotel. We have seasonal RV sites available for those who like to escape for the weekend and relax or just like to be close to the action for the summer season. We have several tent sites as well as cabins and rv sites! 3 Night minimum for Holiday weekends including July 4th and Labor Day. 2 night minimum on weekends, but sometimes we can make an exception if it's short notice and there are sites available.
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Riverfront Ritz Campsite

1 site · Lodging42 acres · Corinth, NY
Amazing Adirondack Mountain Retreat, secluded among the trees fronting on the Hudson River, keep alert and you may see the bald eagles, deer, geese, turkey and other wildlife that call this home. Close to Lake George and Saratoga in the Adirondack mountains foothills. Perfect romantic getaway or just a place to relax and get away from it all. You will have the campsite all to yourself with no neighbors. Perfect to let the kids enjoy nature. Off site, guests can enjoy an array of local attractions and activities. Take a steamboat cruise, brave the thrilling rides at The Great Escape, or walk through a thrilling wax museum in Lake George Village. Grab a bite to eat at a Saratoga restaurant or shop along Victoria Broadway. Together, Saratoga Springs and Lake George have everything to make a memorable family vacation.
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Battenkillfarm

1 site · Tent10 acres · Arlington, VT
Or property is located in west Arlington with beautiful Mountain View on the battenkill river we are battenkillfarm have rustic and popup sites. There is a private beach front with fire pit and benches. Trash can at main home and water access. A nott weed maze 2 minutes from wayside county store. 23 minutes from Manchester and 28 to Bennington. The red covered bridge is a short walk as well. We have a solar E Bike charging station. During garden harvest we will have a variety of fresh organic produce for sell as well. This is truly for nature lovers wanting to enjoy Vermont.
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Camp Hudson Pines

21 sites · Lodging, Tents40 acres · Corinth, NY
Camp Hudson Pines is a 40 acres campground located inside the Adirondack Park. It is a forested campground that sits on the Hudson River. Come swim and paddle in the river or in our pool and relax in the shade of the trees. We are a short drive to both Lake George and Saratoga Springs. Activities such as skiing, kayaking, whitewater rafting, railbiking, and tree-top adventure courses are all in close vicinity to us.
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Southern Adirondack Base Camp

5 sites · Tents1 acre · Caroga Lake, NY
Learn more about this land: 1/8th of a mile from river access, access to an endless trail system, and restaurant/bar on property with hotel accommodations. Several lakes near by, and plenty of outdoor recreation options to keep you busy in the Adirondacks!
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The Pines Lakeside Canoe & Camping

1 site · Tent13 acres · Stony Creek, NY
Enjoy a secluded lakeside campsite with two points of water access. There are no other sites on this 13 acre property, so it's very private. Complimentary canoe and stand up paddle boards for your use. New York State hiking trails just one mile down the road, plus lots of other activities like rail biking and rafting a short drive away. The campsite is just 100 steps down a well-marked trail accessible from the parking spot. Pitch your tent on the elevated platform encircled in pine trees with a view of the lake. Next to the tent area you’ll find a solar shower, picnic table, Cleanwaste toilet in outhouse, fire pit and Adirondack chairs. The site comes equipped ample firewood, fire starters, and many kitchen items including plates, bowls, utensils, cups, frying pan, can opener, wine opener, salt and pepper, cooking tongs, dish wash basin, and dish soap. Please note, that during Mother's Day and Father's Day is black fly season in the Adirondacks. Difficult to predict, but good to be aware of.
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Camping near Lake Luzerne with wifi provided guide

Overview

On the southern cusp of the Adirondack Mountains, Lake Luzerne is a small town with a big sense of adventure. Forested slopes lead down the shores of the namesake lake, where you can swim, fish, and kayak from the three sandy beaches. Just minutes away, the Hudson River is the spot for river tubing, stand-up paddleboarding, or jet-skiing, or you can head out into the hills to hike, mountain bike, or horseback ride. Campers can stay lakeside at the state campground just north of town, pitch a tent along the Hudson, or seek out backcountry campsites in the surrounding wilderness. 

Where to go

Lake Champlain Valley

Northeast of Lake Lucerne, campers make a beeline for Lake George, the “Queen of American Lakes,” where you can enjoy everything from paragliding to water-skiing. If you’re lucky enough to snag a spot (sites can book up months in advance), camping on the lake’s private islands is an unmissable experience. To the north, there’s first-come, first-served primitive camping in the Pharaoh Lake Wilderness Area, and plenty of choice around Lake Champlain on the Vermont border.  

Western Foothills

Heading west, lowland lakes and forested valleys blanket the western foothills. If you’re looking to escape the crowds and explore the wilderness, you’ll find some of the region’s best backcountry camping around the Moose River Plains, while rustic shelters dot the trails of the West Canada Lakes Wilderness Area. There’s also island camping on Indian Lake and plenty of RV camping around Old Forge and Inlet.

Hudson Valley

The Hudson River curls its way south from Lake Luzerne in an endless panorama of forested riverbanks and historic towns. Albany and Hudson are the main hubs, but there are camping and glamping options dotted along the riverside and hidden away in the surrounding countryside. West of Hudson, head into the Catskill Mountains to hike, mountain bike, camp, or ski, depending on the season. 

When to go

The best time to visit Lake Luzerne is from May to August, when the weather is ideal for swimming, water sports, and tent camping. This is peak season, and popular spots can get crowded, so book ahead. Hiking is particularly scenic in fall when the landscapes are aglow with autumnal colors. Ski season in the Adirondacks runs from November through April, but there are backcountry cabins, cozy glampsites, and RV parks open year-round.

Know before you go

  • Lake Luzerne has grocery stores, restaurants, and shops selling camping and fishing supplies. 
  • Tick season runs from April through September in the Lake Luzerne region, so cover up when hiking and check for ticks after outdoor activities.
  • There is no fee to enter Adirondack Park, but state campgrounds charge a fee, and many require reservations. A New York State Fishing License is required for any kind of fishing. 
  • Backcountry camping is allowed on state forest land through Adirondack Park, but you must not camp within 150 feet of any road, trail, or body of water unless marked with a “camp here” sign.

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