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About Saugerties/Woodstock Journey KOA
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Adults 21+, Kids 6-20, Free 0-5
Drive In
Walk In
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Trash Available
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Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Water Hookups
30 amp Hookups
50 amp Hookups
Pull-Through Sites
Max Length: 85 ft.
Saugerties/Woodstock Journey KOA is located in New York
42.0834 N
-74.0185 W
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7 Reviews of Saugerties/Woodstock Journey KOA
Beautiful wooded area

We found the service and campsite lovely. The wooded area was breathtaking. Facilities were clean and functional but needed some maintenance/updating. Camp store was well stocked; staff knowledgeable about the area.

Not worth the trip

Stayed here on my way to and from Littleton NH KOA (wonderful place). Sites are crowded, uneven and trashy. Staff is indifferent, not really rude, but not very helpful. Although I had made reservations for both nights, they only had the first, and only a no-show let me have a site. Try someplace else!

So So

Clean campsites very close to each other. Staff extremely helpful and are always there to make your stay better.

Rustic and Close to Rt 87

We used this KOA as a two-night stop-over on our way to VT. The best way to describe this campground is “Rustic”. 

It is just a few miles off of I-87 and easy to find. Check in was easy, everyone was friendly, and we were escorted to our site. We had a full hook-up site, which was spacious and semi-level. The hookups were a significant distance from the camper and we were concerned if they would reach, but they did. The restrooms/bath rooms were ok.

One thing that stood out to us was the need for overall upkeep around the sites. I like a good wooded campground as much as the next person, but there is a difference between a wooded campground and one that is in need of a good weed whacking! Overgrown brush and weeds seemed to be the norm around the campground and even around our fire pit.  

The campground had a pool, mini-golf, and a playground area for kids (with a large bounce house). They are located just down the road from the town of Woodstock and other area attractions. After a day of traveling we didn’t feel like cooking or going out for dinner. The campground had listed several places that delivered and sure enough a local pizza place delivered right to our site (it was very good pizza). 

Overall, the Saugerties KOA is good for an overnight layover when traveling.

Beautiful Night Stay

Clean. Family-oriented. Activities available. Helpful service. Hot water in showers. Pool available. Sites are close together.

first time at a KOA

I honestly wasn’t sure how it would be becauaebefore this we had only boondocked our old camper. And we loved the peacefulness of that experience. This type of placeis a whole other animal. That being said this is agreat spot for families. plenty of on site activities to keep the kids occupied while the grown ups relax. ie. pool, mini golf, and catch and release pond to name a few. Along well stocked general store with just about anything you need

First to Review

This KOA was alright. Stayed for 2 nights.