North Hampton Beach

Great campsites! Excellent access to the lake area.

Caroga Lake

This campground was incredibly noisy. A number of the sites had been closed for the camping season. The beach area offered a great view, but again, so noisy. If you have children, and you're not looking for quiet time, this could be the campground for you!

Harris Lake

This campground was beautiful and so peaceful! We had a wonderful campsite with access to the water. Plenty of hiking nearby also! We hiked Goodnow Firetower down the road from the campground.

Lake Placid-Whiteface Mtn KOA- Cabin #T06

Stayed here on a busy Memorial Day weekend. The Cabin was fantastic and so much was provided! Our favorite being the Keurig with Coffee pods and the option to purchase more from the amazing onsite Store! (That also offered and excellent menu of food throughout the day) The Lake Placid area is beautiful and there's so much to do! Hiking in the High Peaks is great and for those who aren't able to hike, The Whiteface Highway is minutes down the road and will take you to the top of the mountain, offering excellent views of the Adirondack Mountains! There's also hiking by the Ausable River on the Campgrounds with a beautiful waterfall.

North South Lake- Campsite #42

This campsite is by far my favorite in the Catskills! Their staff is friendly and knowledgeable, bathrooms & beach areas are always clean, & the hiking nearby is fantastic. A lot of the hiking nearby is also relatively easy and includes the newly opened (as of 2016) viewing platform for Kaasterskill falls, which is minutes down the road from the campground.

Little Sand Point- Site #13

I stayed at Little Sand Point for the 4th of July weekend. Overall, the campsites are great. The short but steep trail to Echo Cliffs within walking distance was my favorite part because it was so close and you could see Piseco Lake below. The bathrooms during my visit were really in bad condition in terms of cleanliness and that's why I could not give this campsite 5 stars.