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About Alpine Lake RV Resort

Adirondack Tent & RV Camping Near Lake George and Saratoga Springs.

Alpine Lake RV Resort is in the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains, centrally located between Lake George and the historic city of Saratoga Springs. This RV resort is near Lake George, one of the most beautiful private lakes in the Adirondack region. Encore's Alpine Lake RV campground offers an unequaled opportunity to get away from it all in a setting of unparalleled natural beauty, charm and elegance.Spend your next vacation at Alpine Lake RV Resort: fishing on one of the privately stocked lakes, hoping to catch the big one that got away last year; hiking of biking on our many trails; enjoying the natural beauty of the mountains from this 400-acre resort; or just relaxing in one of our home-style cabins, cottages, or private full hook-up/tent sites. This RV resort at Alpine Lake is truly the great outdoors and camping at its best.

Drive In
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Sewer Hookups
Trash Available
Water Hookups
Alpine Lake RV Resort is located in New York
43.2105 N
-73.8408 W
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Alpine Lake is easily accessible from Interstate 87 whether you're visiting us from the north or the south. Suggested trailer route to Alpine Lake RV Resort from Interstate 87: When traveling from the south: Our resort can be found by using Exit 15 (Saratoga Springs, New York). Take a left off the exit and stay on Route 50 and follow the Hospital signs to Route 9N and continue north. Take a right onto Heath Road and travel an additional 1.1 miles and Alpine Lake RV Resort will be on your left. Total mileage from exit 15 is 15.5 miles. When traveling from the north: use Exit 21 (Lake George, New York) and follow Route 9N to Heath Road to the camp.
3 Reviews of Alpine Lake RV Resort
Large park, things to do, places to go

Booked an "Elite 50amp" site but had no realistic map to go by. Many if these types of sites are parallel to the water, but the map makes them look like back in sites. If your site neighbors are in their spots already when you arrive it will probably be hard to navigate unless you have a 20' rig. We don't, ours is over 33'and we were lucky that our site neighbors were both home to move their trucks so we could get in. Once in our site had a steep drop off to the lake, not all are like this, but be cautious about this if you have young kids.

They have many activities you can do on site (swimming in pools or lakes, kayaking, paddleboarding, fishing, floating, bike riding, playgrounds or weekly planned events). They advertise having a trolly shuttle but never saw it while we were there.

Had some issues with the lack of lighting on the roads while walking our dogs and this only made it worse when the seasonals fly around in golf carts paying no mind to the large trucks trying to get by. The dumpsters were FAR away from everything so that was also an annoyance. They also have hundreds of sites and only one area with dumpsters, seems like poor planning. At the end of the weekend people had piled many garbage bags near the small garbage cans around the grounds.

The roads are narrow and many should be one way, but are not. It would have been impossible many places in the grounds to pass a rig on the road due to the amount of other's vehicles, golf carts, decorations etc… so patience is important when arriving and departing. The gas powered golf carts were also a bit of a negative only because our site was next to a speed bump, so the noise was a little but worse for us.

Had an issue with water pressure on Saturday around 10am and called the office to make sure there was not a known water issue. Front desk knew nothing and said they would send maintenance but we never saw anyone. The situation improved so we think it was just a high demand time of day.

We would return here due to the proximity to Lake George and Saratoga, but we would choose a totally different type of site.

We were on site 219 to give you perspective when viewing photos.

family fun!

peaceful for such a largecampground. waterfront sites worth the dollars! bring your boats and SUP boards for lots of fun! staff is friendly and helpful. grounds are large and well maintained. hikers and water enthusiasts will live this place! lots to explore

First to Review
Lake George Camp Ground

Great park near Lake George. Very spacious with many different activities to do! They have movies, dances and even some kayaking, padding, ect. They have these dinos scattered throughout the park and also a few pools. So much to do on the camp ground and great for group camping! Other larger lakes close by for water sports as well!