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This place is absolutely amazing!!!!

We arrived on Sunday afternoon, and knew that we were going to have a great time. This little trip was the last little getaway before our son left for college, so we were hoping for the best. Well, it has been awesome. Our daughter said that she felt as if we were at a cabin, not so much a campground.  The staff is super friendly and helpful. Our campsite is AMAZING! Everything is clean, neat and organized. The fishing is good, and the turtles are eager to help themselves to your bait. It truly is a great place to stay. Great job and great place Pine Cradle Campground!

Very quiet and remote campground

Spent last weekend there, was very quiet and well maintained. Bathrooms were very cleaned and everybody respected COVID-related social distancing. Would come again!

Quiet, small campground

Clean shower house and grounds. Very quiet with primarily seasonal campers. Good clientele. Great rates.

It has a small lake that is great for fishing and kayaks but swimming is not allowed. Some sites may be a challenge for the largest of rigs. Has a small play area for kids. Firewood is reasonably priced ($5 at time of posting) and the amounts are larger than average. (About double the size of a store bought bundle)

It's close to a small town that has your essentials and a quick trip to a larger city (Binghamton) that has everything you need.

Free primitive camping

Beautiful forest with miles of trails. I found this spot passing through on my bike and had no problem pitching a tent in a secluded spot in the woods. There are official camp spots with water access which are also free to use. Highly recommend!

A dump

New York State pretty much has abandoned this park. Trees fallen down across the sites. Might be ok for a tent but that’s all.

The state park New York forgot about

Such potential gone to waste. Primitive camping, nasty outhouses good for kayaking/fishing but wake up New York you’re sitting on a gold mine here.

Good place to camp

They’re finally adding a bunch of electric sites and have discontinued every other site in the deer run area. This makes the sites very large. There’s 30 and 50 amp hookups. There’s a disc golf course, many pavilions, a decent beach with concessions, a walking trail all the way are the lake and it’s accessible from multiple points. Great place for the family as they can be a bit strict on unruly behavior. The only downsides are the roads are rough and there’s little to no cell signal. That could be a plus for some though.

Great location

Great location with full hook-ups. Nice riverside spots. Quiet during the week. Nice place to stay

Great location and campsite

Great location with nice riverside spots. Weekdays are quiet, weekends not so much. Full hook-ups. Owners are friendly and great. Reccomended, especially during the week.

Great place

Only place still run like a family campground should be run. Wonderful owners. All campers were kind. Very quiet place at night. I stayed 4 days and it was great. Yes I did have to mail a check for my reservation. Most of the sites are seasonal and there are very nice tent sites as well. Bathrooms and campground were very clean also. I will be returning to this great place.