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"Fun and Family Oriented"
"Well Maintained, Quiet, and Relaxing"






"Tranquil and Beautiful"
Sites are situated to enjoy the beauty of the campground and lake





"Activities For All Ages"
"Friendly Campers and Staff"





"Great Fishing in the Lake and Creek"
"Rural, Scenic and Spacious"





"Secluded and Surrounded with Nature"


Firewood Alert!

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.

About the Campground

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!

Our Camping Accomodations

tent

Tent Sites

Next to the creek with easy access to restrooms and showers. Each site has water hookup, picnic table and fire ring.

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RV

Camp Sites

Water, electric & sewer hookups with a choice of views: Lakeview, Lakeside, or Pavilion Back Row. Back-in with partial shade or pull-through available.

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camper

RV Rentals

Featuring a full deck and awning, RV rentals are centrally located near the playground, pool and lake path. Sleeps up to seven.

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cabin

Cabins

Cozy and comfortable for family of 2 adults, 2 children. Located close to bath-house, playground, and pool area of campground.

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Take a look Around

The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum is a day trip not to be missed by any baseball fan. The museum’s three floors feature a dizzying array of baseball-related artifacts and exhibits, life sized statues, and the hallowed Plaque Gallery. While there don’t forget to explore the charming streets of Cooperstown and beautiful lake Otsego.

Howe Caverns is the largest show cave open to the public in the Northeast, with about 160,000 visitors each year. It is the second most-visited natural attraction in New York State, with Niagara Falls taking the number one spot. Take the mysterious lantern tour, or for the bold, the 2 hour spelunking tour is the ultimate cavern adventure.

warning sign Traveler Tip! 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, then follow County Roads 47 and 11 to Route 23 East.