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Our campground is located near Oneonta and Cooperstown, New York in the beautiful foothills of the Catskill Mountains. The warm days and cool nights are perfect for camping. Bring your own RV or tent to camp in open, spacious sites or rent one of our cabins or RV Trailers.
We have a camp store on site as well as ice, firewood, and free Wi-Fi. Be sure to visit the many area attractions, stores, and restaurants within an easy, country drive. Don’t forget our scheduled activities each weekend!
There is lots to do at camp for everyone in your group.
- Boat Rentals
- Lake Fishing (Catch And Release)
- Nature Walk
- Kids Candy Bar Bingo
- Family Bingo
- Swimming Pool
- Scavenger Huts
- Boche Ball
- Astronomy Nights
- Craft Classes
- Pot Luck
- Ant Races
- Egg Toss
- Mud Wrestling
- Greased Poll Climbing
- Washer Toss
- Tug Of War
- Tie Dye
- Dj Dances
- Water Balloon Sling Shot Wars
- Mobile Zoo
- Water Slide
- Outdoor Movies
- Themed Weekends
*activities Vary Each Week.
- Picnic tables on every site
- Fire rings on every site
- Laundry room
- Swimming pool
- Bath houses
- LP Gas
- Dump station
- 15 acre lake
- Camp store
- Large shaded and open sites
Thank You for visiting us. Our Policies are for your comfort as well as protection of your personal safety and equipment. Please help us foster a warm, friendly atmosphere for everybody to enjoy the beauty of our facilities and surroundings.
Conduct: We are a fun and friendly campground suitable for campers of all ages with quiet times that are enforced. No excessive noise from motors, vehicles, radios, electronic devices, animals, campers is permitted. Children are to be supervised in bathrooms by responsible adult. Public nudity or drunkenness is not permitted.
Campfires: Are to be within the confines of the campsite’s fire-ring only and not left unattended. See note about bringing in firewood below.
Firewood: New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) has issued new alerts regarding firewood and open burning. Untreated firewood may not be transported further than 50 miles from its source. No untreated firewood may come from out of state. Firewood brought into the campground should have a certificate of origin. Further information is available at www.dec.ny.gov or www.nysparks.state.ny.us.
Fireworks, Rockets & Firearms: Not permitted in campground. Hunters are to lock and secure any weapons safely inside their vehicles.
Swimming Pool: Opening and Maintenance times are posted. There is no lifeguard on duty. New York State law requires there be two adults in pool area for anybody to swim (adult or child). For a child to swim they are to be accompanied by a responsible adult. No diving is permitted and pool usage is at camper’s own risk.
Visitors/Guests: All campers and visitors are required to stop to register and pay fee where necessary at Campground Office. Campers are responsible for the behavior of their guests and ask that they honor the campground rules and policies.
Trees: No cutting down or damaging of any trees or shrubbery. Firewood is sold at the campground store. Flowers are for all to enjoy. Fruit is left for the wild animals to consume.
Speed Limit: The speed limit throughout the campground is 5 MPH for all vehicles.
Parking: Two vehicles are permitted per site. Parking is provided for extra vehicles at no additional fee in separate area.
Quiet Hours: From 10pm to 8am. Holiday Period quiet times are extended by one hour: 11pm to 8am. Children are to be at site by 10pm.
Alcohol: No person under the legal age of 21 may consume alcoholic beverages on campground property.
Bicycles: Children under age 14 are required to wear helmets. If you have forgotten to bring yours, we have helmets available to lend out at no cost.
Fishing: Catch and Release in the Lake. Charlotte Creek fishing requires a NY State license.
Boating: Children under age 14 are required to wear life jackets, available in the store at no cost. Boat rentals are also available.
Pets: We welcome pets into our park and for this reason we provide ‘Tinkle Trails’ and Doo-Doo Drop cans throughout the park as well as a large, open field at back of campground, beyond Nature Trail, for dogs to be let off leash to run as long as they’re controlled and will return on command. Dogs to be picked up after. Throughout the campground, dogs must be on a leash, no longer than 6’ and must be under the control of a responsible adult at all times. Aggressive, uncontrolled noise and/or threatening behavior from any pets is not permitted. A valid rabies certificate to be produced at registration.
Eviction: As owners of the campground we reserve the right where necessary to evict without refund any camper or guest that does not adhere to campground and/or Pool rules or if their behavior is deemed threatening or dangerous to another person.
Feedback: We welcome your comments and feedback. Please let us hear your comments either in person at the Campground Office or via our web site.
In order to protect our campground trees and those in our area, do not bring any wood harvested outside Delaware County, New York. Thank You.
We recommend that our guests not use Exit 18 off I-88. Unfortunately Maps and GPS systems don’t show that it is a steep, narrow, mountain road no good for hauling or towing! We recommend taking Exit 16 off Interstate 88, then follow County Roads 47 and 11 to Route 23 East.
We recommend avoiding the Hunter Mountain Pass (Route 23) and Platte Clove Road (Route 16). It is steep, narrow, mountain road and no good for hauling or towing!