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About SutterCreek Campground

SutterCreek Campground provides great fishing, nature trails for hiking, spectacular views for watching salmon run upstream in the fall, or just a great place to relax. Bring your canoe or kayak and enjoy a scenic trip down Sterling creek. For the true adventurer, you can paddle 7 1/2 miles down Sterling Creek to the Fair Haven State Park and Lake Ontario. We've got plenty of room for large RV's as well as tents. Large seasonal sites.

(Very close to the Sterling Renaissance Festival)

Fee Info
Cabins: Check-in 2p.m. Check-out - noon Fully furnished with the exception of bedding $100.00 security deposit required No smoking and no pets bullet Pioneer Click here to see a picture Sleeps 4 people. bullet Week-end $300.00 (3 nights - 2 people) - $30.00 each additional person bullet Weekly $480.00/2 people - $60.00 each additional person bullet Kodiak Click here to see a picture Sleeps 6 people. bullet Week-end $400.00 (3 nights - 2 people) - $30.00 each additional person bullet Weekly $600.00/2 people - $60.00 each additional person
Operator
Private
Access
Boat In
Features
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Reservable
Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
Water Hookups
Location
SutterCreek Campground is located in New York
Latitude
43.3336 N
Longitude
-76.6506 W
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1 Review of SutterCreek Campground
First to Review
Especially great for Renaissance Faire attendees!

We have gone here multiple years, during weekend trips to the Sterling Renaissance Faire. We have had a great experience each time. (Well, one year torrential rain storm and thunder throughout one of the 2 nights, but that's not the campsite's fault!!). :-) On the "extreme adventure camping" scale it is super low, but for the "functional, easy/family camping experience" it is really high; you can drive right up to your campsite; there are bathrooms with running water (and potable water!) a short distance away, etc. They're also really good at helping you find wood, and any that you find is fare game for burning. :-)

Our first time there, we were the only ones that showed any kind of Renaissance Faire interest, actually, so please don't feel that Renaissance Faire people are the only people that stay there…they're not at all the only clientele…though after we let people know about this place through TripAdvisor, etc, the next few years there were Pirate Campers parked nearby ours (and if you said you were coming for the Ren Fest, they can place you near others who are as well).

We've unfortunately been out of the area since 2012, but every time we went and stayed here, we really enjoyed it!

Whether staying for the evening after the ren-fest, or for a whole weekend of Ren-Festing, we have loved this campsite :-)