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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
Park is right on the shore of Keuka Lake and has lake access in the park.

It is family friendly and part of the NY State Campgrounds so if you have an annual pass you will save money. The sites are well maintained. Bathrooms & showers are clean. A dumping station right near the entry/exit.There is a large park area with beach for swimming, fishing, plenty of room for launching your kayak, dock and launch for your boat or using one of their grills & picnic areas. All around the campsites there are water spikots too so if you're tent camping then you are not walking far for fresh water. There is a nice pavillion as well with water fountains for drinking in case you went for a swim & didn't bring a drink with you. There are paths for hiking as well. A real shining star of the Finger Lakes region. There are many attractions nearby as well if you like to sight see. An enormous amount of wineries along the west and east side of the lake as well as the bluff. Be sure to stop in to one of the micro breweries in the area as well. Lakeside Restaurant on the west side of Keuka is our favorite. Fresh quality chef designed meals and desserts.

New York Little Finger Lakes campground

Typical Finger Lakes beauty with water activities. State park so basic accommodations and well cared for. Lots of sites are very private, all are wooded. Bath house and fire pits were pretty nice. Great for day use too.

First to Review

Large, woody sites. Stay on the outside perimeter of the loops or you might have foot traffic thru your site to shower/toilet houses & water taps. Camp sites are NOT on the lake but a short drive will get you there. Kayaking is so so but wineries are fun. Gorgeous state park, classic example of our tax dollars at work in a very good way.