We reserved a full hook up 50a pull through for 3 nights as we toured the northeast. Check in was a little tricky, as we missed the “REGISTRATION” sign at the Lodge and had to drive around again. We were directed to our site across the street in the 100 Acre Wood and set up rather easily. Water pressure was good, road noise was minimal, sites are spaced apart well, enough mature tree growth for shade and hammock! Used the pool at the resort once (a little chilly), and purchased some beer in the camp store. Service was always polite and helpful. Would definitely stay here again!!!
North Pole has many pros and is very convenient to the heart of the Adirondack high peaks, and a stones throw from the entrance to the Whiteface Memorial Highway. In recent years they’ve added wine and beer shops to their list of amenities. They have a nice store full of necessities and souvenirs, good laundry facilities, a game room, walking trails, ausable river access and more!
While many of of our experiences with North Pole have been great, we have found that the ownership is sometimes rude, and we have heard them speaking disrespectfully to their employees and work campers.
Great place. Divided into two places by the road. One side is tenty, more busy. Other side is spread out, more tucked into the woods. Nice hiking trails that connect to Whiteface Mountain trail. Theres a pool and lake. Very nice. General store that has everything you could need…groceries, camp supplues, rv supplies, toys, pharmacy, beer and wine. Laundry and recycling services. For RV, water and electric hookups. I think avail for tents too. Lots of activities around. Tons of hiking, lakes, biking, Olympic ski jump hill, bobsled rides, kayakjng, shopping in Lake Placid and nuce restaurants a short drive away.
This is an amazing campground!
The North Pole Resort is a top tiered campground that knows exactly how a campground should be operated, from customer service to site arrangement and up keep! We had the privilege of staying in the 100 Acres section of the campground for a few nights in July and loved everything about our stay. The campground consists of two sections; the Resort section and the 100 Acre woods section (just 50 yards down the road). The resort section is located near the office and is a nice, more open, but spacious RV camping area. The 100-acre section is a wooded campground beautifully arranged and maintained.
We stayed in the 100 Acres area and were very impressed with the layout of the sites, which were staggered/angled to put the most space between each site. We felt very secluded even though there were other sites around us. Our site was level, spotlessly clean and manicured, and had good water pressure and hookups. The combination restrooms/bathrooms were clean and conveyed a sense of regular maintenance being provided to them.
Customer service is top notch and the staff prides themselves on welcoming guests as family. We overheard a current employee talking to a new employee stating that even if the campsite wasn’t used prior to a new guest arriving, they always do a thorough check of the site to ensure everything is perfect! This impressed us and aligned with the overall sense of pride shown at NP campground. The camp store is probably one of the best stocked stores we have visited. Additionally, they had growler fills from 3 craft beers of tap right in the camp store!!
We loved our stay at North Pole Resorts, which raised the bar pretty high for other campgrounds to live up to!