This campground is very open with few trees for privacy, and and any tents are squished between giant RVs. Bathrooms are nice and you can’t beat the hiking trail access
wooded sites with privacy for tent campers, good bike or walking access to beach and close drive to dunes, platt river, etc
Rollins Pond was the perfect tent-camping campground for our first trip to the Adirondacks. It was generally quiet Memorial Day weekend, and we were able to snag a lakeside site with plenty of trees and space for our tent, SUV, and more. The campground is hilly, so we drove to the nearby showers and garbage. The only drawbacks were the campground’s boathouse doesn’t open until June/July, which was not mentioned on the website, so we weren’t able to rent kayaks to use on the pond. There are no dishwashing sinks at the bathrooms.