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Sharp Bridge

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9 Reviews

Reviewed Jul. 3, 2022

Beautiful but open

Just there last weekend. I wasn’t sure about this place but we just needed a place to stay to hit up the high peaks. Ended up being pleasantly surprised.

We had 2 sites and the campground wasn’t full so we didn’t have any neighbors. But as my title says it is open. So if we did have neighbors you would see them and they would be somewhat close. However the trees give it a nice feel even with the exposure. Site 19 didn’t have anyone to the right of us so that could work for some privacy. You could situate yourself in such a way that it will feel a bit private.

I didn’t check if RVs were allowed but there weren’t any which we were super happy about. We prefer places without them.

There was a bit of road noise but nothing major. It didn’t have tons of traffic all through the night maybe a few trucks but still pretty quiet.

The nights we stayed were pretty quiet. There was a party of some sort of party happening somewhere in the campground b/c once we were settled in our tent for the night, we could hear some activity but it sounded far and ended soon after. We also stayed up to 12am with a fire and chatting and no one came to yell at us (I know some places are super strict).

Bathrooms by campground standard were fine. Yes, there were bugs inside but the toilets always looked clean. One issue with them, was the flushing. I don’t know if broken or if they have always been difficult but they were so hard to flush. Not in the matter that I need super strength but you had to push or pull the lever almost to where I thought I was going to break the handles. I found the handicap stall worked fine so I just kept using that one. I asked my friends and they said the male toilets were the same.

The showers are free and separated from the bathroom so entry is directly from the outside. The bathroom/shower house had 2 showers. These weren’t the cleanest looking but they were very spacious so I wasn’t worried about touching the walls or anything. The water was nice and hot (not burning hot but hot enough). Pressure was decent and they had a removable shower head as well.

Att phones didn’t have service but Verizon ones did.

Lack of ⭐️ due to the openness & bathhouse issues.

Site18 & 19
Month of VisitJuly
  • Review photo of Sharp Bridge by shea , July 3, 2022
Reviewed Aug. 19, 2019

Great place to camp

Quiet campground, close to many hiking high peak trails. Love the caretakers dog Rookie.

Gary G.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Sep. 3, 2018

NY State campground... Great location, very basic.

Dry camping with a bathroom/shower house that works but not well.

Great location for hiking in the Adirondacks.

Large sites, water available.

Rangers leave you alone, almost no contact with them.

Month of VisitAugust
  • Review photo of Sharp Bridge by Gary G., September 3, 2018
  • Review photo of Sharp Bridge by Gary G., September 3, 2018
  • Review photo of Sharp Bridge by Gary G., September 3, 2018


Sharp Bridge is located in New York

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From Adirondack Northway (I-87), those approaching from the south side may use exit 29 in North Hudson and head east, or turn right. Turn left at the next stop sign and travel approximately 8 miles. The campground is on the right. Those approaching from the north (I-87), Exit 30, should turn left and proceed 3 miles. The campground will be on the left.


4390 US Route 9
North Hudson, NY 12855


44.04300004 N
73.67800054 W

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