New York State has many attractions that rival the Big Apple’s Statue of Liberty, Times Square, Central Park, Manhattan, and Long Island.
Once out on the road, there’s the natural beauty of Niagara Falls, crystal clear lakes, the Ausable Chasm, the Adirondacks, Thousand Islands, and many wonderful state parks.
New York State is popular with RVers, and for a good reason. There’s so much to do. Here are ATVAOnline.com‘s suggestions for some RV Parks that you may find interesting and hope you’ll enjoy.
Branches of Niagara Campground & Resort, Grand Island
If you want to be close to Niagara Falls, Fantasy Island, Marineland, or the Buffalo Zoo, this park is the place to choose. Over and above its central position, it has many sporting facilities, ziplining, a heated swimming pool, playgrounds, and nature trails right on its doorstep. The resort is immaculate with fun activities for the children, super clean bathrooms, and is set on the banks of a pretty lake.
It has 105 full hookup sites, both back-in and pull-through, with 30 and 50 amp service. It’s pet friendly and has good WiFi.
Other exciting things to do include visiting Buffalo with its unique architecture, step back in time at Fort Niagara, explore the Lockport Caves with the underground boat rides, or wander the Niagara Wine Trail.
Brennan Beach RV Resort, Pulaski
Parking your RV in this campground will feel as if you’re on an ocean voyage with the waves lapping on your private beach. The park lies between Selkirk Shores State Park and the Deer Creek Marsh Wildlife Management Area in northern New York. The Salmon River is a short way away and is ideal for fishing, or you may prefer to charter a boat on the lake.
Brennan Beach RV Resort may be one of the most scenic spots in the state, and it offers activities for old and young alike. A stone’s throw away from the park, you’ll find three restaurants with live entertainment. There’s an arcade, swimming pools, a hot tub, and craft sessions for the children. The staff keeps the park in good condition, pets are welcome, and everyone is helpful.
The RV sites have full hookups with a choice of pull-through or backup and 30 or 50 amp service. You can choose from any one of the 1400 sites.
Lake George RV Park, Lake George
Lake George RV Park is one of those places you never want to leave. The campground is on the lake and is perfect for young families, with shops, theme parks, video arcades, and restaurants. There are over three miles of paved bike paths, an indoor and outdoor swimming pool, hiking trails, horse riding, and you can even hike up French Mountain directly from the park.
Hike or ski the Adirondack Mountains or enjoy Lake George’s water activities with boating, cruises, water skiing, kayaking, white water rafting, parasailing, and scuba diving. Famous tourist attractions close by are Water Slide World, the House of Frankenstein, and the Magic Forest Theme Park.
Lake George RV Park has super clean showers, is pet friendly, and has good WiFi. The 350 RV sites are both back-in and pull-through with 30 and 50 amp service.
Wildwood State Park, Wading River
This park suits the nature lover who wants to immerse themselves in natural beauty in a secluded spot. That does not mean that the park doesn’t have all the amenities to keep you entertained. Activities include fishing, biking, hiking, swimming, volleyball, basketball, paddle boarding, and cross-country skiing in the winter months.
Situated in the south-eastern point of Long Island, it has some of the most scenic coastlines in the region. The 80 RV sites offer both pull-through and back-in with 30 and 50 amp service. The park has good WiFi, is pet friendly, has clean showers, and the garbage is collected daily.
New York is one of the most popular states with RVers, and Summer and Fall are excellent times to visit. Who can resist the combination of picturesque natural regions, forests, state parks, beaches, and bustling cities?
The adventure awaits you – so join your fellow RVers and make New York State your next road trip.