Had a really good time there. Good distance between campsites, good bathroom, fire pits. Overall really good. Would go back.
Moreau is a NY state campground. It is the closest campground to my home so we go often. The sites are large so there is a lot of privacy. The restrooms are all new and very clean. The staff is knowlegable and helpful. When going to SPAC or the Saratoga Race Course this is a great place to camp.
Moreau lake is beautiful. Thus campsite is carry in carry out with really simple sites, bathrooms and no electricity. If you're into a really down to earth camp this is the place for you .
Nicely treed sites and cabins with a pretty lake. Hiking, biking, swimming, boat/canoe/paddleboard rentals. No hookups but does have dump station. Pets allowed. We really like it here
Very quiet and lovely park set in some very hilly terrain with a small lake to kayak, canoe, swim and fish (catch and release) in. Great trails to hike. Had limited time stay here but enjoyed it very much for those two nights.
Moreau Lake has (in my opinion) superb facilities as far as state run campsites go. The beach is nice, large picnic facilities, and the campgrounds are well maintained with nice bathroom/shower buildings.The park has a large number of hiking trails for every level of outdoorsman and the staff is friendly and helpful. The main issue is the fact that due to it's proximity to I-87 and being conveniently located 20 minutes from both Lake George and Saratoga Springs the park draws large crowds of downstate tourists, not itself a wholey bad thing but during the summer season I wouldnt go here expecting to have the park to yourself,.
Nice state campground, very clean, nice staff. Campground and swimming area becomes very crowded, especially on holiday weekend due to proximity to I-87 and number of downstate tourists that frequent the park. Lake is nice for canoeing and kayaking but fish number and sizes are limited due to number of people fishing it on a regular basis.
This campground is close to the highway between Albany and the Adirondacks. There’s a nice big lake and the Hudson RIver. Many campsites are near the lake. The sites are shady and close together, but still feel fairly private. We enjoyed the hiking trails and beach while camping, then went further north for the full ADK experience.
Big sites! Good tenting sites. Great hiking trials with views. We love that it is close to Saratoga Springs as well.
Fun time; great amenities. Nice playground and beach, volleyball. Would reccommend.