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Incredibly beautiful views, gorgeous sunsets. Very well maintained facilities. Beautiful pool and spa only open during the summer. Staff is friendly and helpful.
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It was nice and calm at the campground. The staff where nice and the pond was beautiful. Very quite and relaxing. The sure we where on has a okay view of lake. Sites a decently spread out but I’d get sites near the water because those ones are the nice ones.
We stayed at Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resort along the Walllkill River in Gardiner, NY, for a four-night chill-out vacation. We’re so glad we did!
Our site was called Riverfront Red Carpet. It was spacious, level, waterfront, and partially shaded thanks to some mature trees.…
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Great area to camp with kids. The lots were large. Semi private with great view and nice walks to the water. Noise was not a problem overnight as to having problems with noises neighbors at other CT state parks.
The park is huge with tons of space for picnics, beachgoing and - weirdly - parking. (Someone must've gotten a tasty asphalt contract.)
Unfortunately, all of the campsites are jammed into one quadrant, with very little distance between each. Our site (#17) was quite small and was not clearly…
If you like nice big private sites, peace and quiet while providing a great location for fishing and hiking (Henry Buck Trail) then this is your kind of place. Our family likes to get out into the hiking trails and hit activities in the area vs the all inclusive campground experience and this…
Mixed reviews. Pros: State park is in a beautiful part of the country - the Hudson River Valley - with a good location for visiting the towns, villages and hamlets on the valley. State park also has a good hiking trail network with trailheads connecting to the campground. Cons: the campground…
We purposefully chose a drive in spot close to home to try out our dogs in a tent for the first time. The site was lovely with a nice sized fire pit and grill. It was hidden back so gave us some privacy from the neighbors. We were only there one night and it’s not probably somewhere I’d stay more…
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We first stayed at site 11, but moved as it is on the road and uninteresting. There are a number of “walk in” sites that are all lovely, I suggest the sites toward the back of the park.
Hot showers, bathrooms, and dishwashing stations are available.
Hiking trails are accessible from the…
Although No cell service site was nice . Was our first shakedown camping trip. Very nice (clean) bathrooms and showers. Private level site surrounded by trees. EZ access to fresh water spigot. Enjoyed our stay, would return.
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This campground was my first backpacking trip and it was perfect! There are tent sites around the whole lake with fire pits and 1 lean-to site at the end of the trail when you first arrive at the lake. The sites are relatively flat and well shaded with trees. Note, it can get swampy near the…
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Camper van off the grid. Large site with privacy, but not many campers early season New bath house with multiple shower rooms. Wonderful hiking trails. Pond for fishing & swimming. Kiddie pond, children’s playground, Deli across the street is poorly managed but OK for a sandwich.…
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The sites were fairly close together, and there wasn’t a ton of privacy. G1, however, was separated from the rest by its own little drive. We appreciated the privacy, even if it meant being right on the main road. The 10 pm quiet policy was well followed by everyone. Bathrooms weren’t great, and I…
This campground is beautiful. Nice woods with rocks and a river. We were in the rally area which is like a group site because that’s all that was left for Fourth of July weekend. But the regular RV sites look like they provide lots of privacy.
Great weekend campground. If you like the ct part of the AT it’s a great place to camp and get lost in the Litchfield hills.