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53 Reviews of 10 Sunnyside, New York Campgrounds
Great campground without internet, or a way to pay with your card. The host was so scared of my MEDICAL SERVICE DOG he made us leave. he seems to think he was mauled in another lifetime.
We had a great time , very friendly stuff We stayed right on the river side , No hook up , but they have a dump station
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We camped here with a group of friends - about a dozen in all. It was easy to coordinate with the staff to get a few tent sites and a cabin in close distance. Campsites were a bit minimal, and amenities were OK. Overall we were looking for a quiet and clean space and this was excellent for that.
Spent 2 weeks here while in assignment this spring. Clean, quiet. Very close to everything.
Absolutely beautiful! Highly recommend renting a yurt while staying at October Mnt. Clean and super comfortable
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Beautiful area to hike. Quiet off the beaten path. There are 3 yurts available May-October (no dogs allowed in the yurts☹️. There are several tent sits available. Dogs are welcomed here! Every site has a fire pit and a picnic table.Highly recommend staying here if you are in the area!
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There must be new management because many upgrades have been made over the past year which include all new SWE (full hookups) street lighting, and campground markings/numbering. I've been coming here for years now and the people in the office are always pleasant and fellow campers are nice and…
Upon arrival, I liked the atmosphere and friendly service but our site was filthy. A bag of dog poop by a tree, trash under the picnic table, cigarette butts littering the rocks around the fire pit, and the pit was so full of ash, there was no more room for firewood. And as other reviewers stated,…
As part of the Thousand Trails group, this campground has many amenities. It offers a pool, playground, and activities that include bocce ball, shuffleboard, and horseshoes. We loved our full hookup site minus the neighbors’ weekend ragers. (At least they turned off the music at quiet hours).
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We stayed on T67 over Labor Day weekend. This was listed as a prime waterfront site, which is what we look for so that we can launch our kayaks from our site. The map showed a short trail to the water, but it was a 40 foot drop in elevation. We still managed to get our boats down there and lock…
We stayed at site 85 in Sunny Crest and liked having some privacy. The sites nearby had some trees providing space between each site. A lot of the sites we drove by were pretty sloped- I would recommend a drive though if you can beforehand.
The picnic table was chained down so there weren’t many…
The pros: bathrooms are clean with three stalls (women). Free showers. Good location for hunting
Cons: what site you get makes all the difference. There are Many, I would say most, Sites that you feel very exposed (Like I would jot be comfortable staying there) and out in the open. Just…
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We had a nice time overall this place is A quirky little campground that feels like an X-Files Location.
This is a smallish campground which is divided into two sections: RV (lower area near entrance) and Tent (upper area). However, there are tents allowed in the RV…
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Bathrooms and showers were clean, some campsites have a nice view of the pond. Trails that surround the pond make for a nice hike. The sites are pretty close together; we didn’t bother swimming based on other reviews. Distant traffic noises are noticeable at times.
Let’s start with what we loved. The Gaga ball pit was great. The pool was nice, although, no seating due to covid. The camp store was convenient and well stocked. the WiFi was really great too. Best we’ve had at a campground!
Now to what wasn’t so great.
We had been Boondocking for a week prior…