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About Keuka Lake State Park
Drive In
Walk In
Boat In
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Trash Available
Water Hookups
Keuka Lake State Park is located in New York
42.583 N
-77.13 W
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13 Reviews of Keuka Lake State Park
Perfect Campsite

Perfect Campground, has everything you need. Fishing is great and the staff is uber helpful.

Well maintained, manicured campground

Large open grassy campsites that are obviously maintained and manicured. Friendly guy Pat at the gate helped me and and chatted with me for a while bout photography and the area. 3 loops, 150 sites, clean bathrooms and showers, boat ramp, beach/picnic area, a few short trails

Large sites, clean facilities, great location, beautiful lake

Keuka Lake State Park is located in the Finger Lakes region, on the east side of the west branch of beautiful Keuka Lake. Three camping loops are located on the hill above the lake. The sites are large and many have electric. Mature trees surround campsites and separate the loops from each other. The bathroom/shower facility in our loop was modern and kept very clean. The roads leading to the sites, and the within the loops, are paved, and the sites are quite level.

There are several trails leading from the campground down to the boat launch, pavilions, large playground and beach area. We did find the trails could be marked a bit better but the walk through the woods and along gullies was beautiful. Along one trail you will find the Beddoe-Rose family cemetery containing the graves of fourteen members of two of the area's earliest setters and best known families. This cemetery is listed on the National Park Service's National Register of Historic Places. Unfortunately, some visitors have been very disrespectful and damaged the stones.

Having walked down to the beach area and then back up twice, I can tell you it's pretty much uphill all the way to the campground but for those who would rather not make the walk, the road leads there directly from the campground :)

The lakefront area of the park is just beautiful! There is plenty of shade, picnic tables and grills for those who choose to be out of the sun, along with tables, grills and a gazebo below in the sunny beach area.

As far as things to do in the surrounding area, there are lots! It is an easy drive around Keuka Lake which is surrounded by award winning wineries, breweries and distilleries. The Village of Penn Yan at the north end has several quaint shops, restaurants, two grocery stores, a movie theater, a department store, pharmacies and more. Hammondsport, at the south end, tied for the #1 Coolest Small Town in America in 2012. Be sure to visit the Glenn H. Curtiss Aviation Museum and the Finger Lakes Boating Museum while in town.

Piece of paradise!

Campground is extremely clean, each site private, electricity available at 50 sites, easy access to lake and stunning views! Highly recommend!

Perfect for star watching!

This was our first time at the park and we will definitely be back! The lake temperature was perfect for taking a swim. It is a beautiful lake and campground. The bathrooms are newly renovated and clean.

pretty & clean

very well kept, and so gorgeous!

Panoramic view of Keuka Lake with great boating.

Perfect place to drop your boat in and play in the water. The lake offers many options for any type of boat. The campground has 3 loops and 2 have electric sites. Penn Yan and Branchport are close enough to grab anything you forgot or even an ice cream. If you want to hike a hill you’ve got that too!

Our favorite!

Spacious, private campsites, well maintained. Dogs welcome!

Keuka Lake State Park has the panoramic view of the west fork of the lake

Keuka is a great place to do trail runs or takes boat out for the day. The hills provide a nice challenge and the lake makes a perfect paddling spot for both non and motorized boaters.

Beautiful, clean, can't wait to go back!

We visited in June 2018 and had a wonderful time! The campground is clean, the bathrooms are clean, and playgrounds are awesome. They have one large playground by the camping area and another large one by the lake. This place is dog friendly and has dog cleanup stations throughout the campground with both poop bags and trash cans and they empty the bins regularly. They sell firewood bundles when you first drive in for $5 each which was very convenient as well as ice although I don't know how much the ice was. We ended up wanting to buy another bundle after the office closed and the evening park ranger opened it back up so we could purchase another. It was so peaceful and we enjoyed our trip. We definitely plan on going back. Each campsite has a picnic table and fire pit with a metal grate to cook on.