Best Recommended Lake George Campgrounds

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The Lake George Area, nestled in the southern foothills of the Adirondack Park, is in prime camping country. Seasoned nature enthusiasts and novice pioneers flock to the region annually to take a deep-dive into open air life. Outdoorsy adventurers pitch their tents on the islands of Lake George, where the nearest Wi-Fi connection is miles away. Travelers who pine for the comforts of home camp in RV parks, enjoying a healthy mix of nature and convenience. Those who prefer a cozy tent to a hotel bed find a small plot in a private or public campground, trading amenities for straightforward outdoor life. Camping is the Original Vacation, experienced the way it was meant to be.
Enjoy the natural beauty of the southern Adirondack Mountains when you stay at Lake George Campsites, conveniently located just minutes from all of your favorite Lake George attractions!
Whether you’re looking for a rustic tent site or full hook-up accommodations for your RV, we have everything you need. Take a dip in the pool or grab a friend and toss some horseshoes!
Within a short drive you’ll be able to explore the historic region of Lake George while hiking in the Adirondacks, take a scenic steamboat cruise on the lake or simply enjoy a stroll through the village where you’ll find great shopping, waterfront dining, arcades and outdoor concerts!
We are also within walking distance to Six Flags Great Escape & Splashwater Kingdom, miniature golf and go-kart facilities.

Lake George Battlefield State Campground. More than 60 sites for tents and trailers, as well as access to Lake George Beach, make this a popular spot for campers. It has the added attraction of proximity to Battlefield Park, and a self-guided walking tour of the historical Colonial period grounds. The campground is a quarter-mile south of the village of Lake George.

Address: 2224 U.S. Route 9, Lake George

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Lake George River View CampgroundFour miles north of Lake George village, this privately owned campground features more than 100 sites on Schroon River, as well as electric and water hookup for travel trailers and RVs. A sandy beach, fishing, mini golf, canoeing, rafting, a playground and pool round out the fun.

Address: 3652 U.S. Route 9, Lake George

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Hearthstone Point Campground. This expansive 98-acre campground, two miles north of Lake George, has 251 campsites, 13 of those handicap accessible. Outdoor activities are nearly endless, including fishing, hiking, swimming and boating. A Junior Naturalist Program is available.

Address: 3298 Lake Shore Drive, Lake George

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Adirondack Camping Village. Campers who might want a little more than nature can provide will find it here. A heated pool and wading pool, as well as cabins (in two sizes, large and small) with air conditioning and heat are available. Those looking for a more traditional camping experience will find it as well at tent and trailer sites. Also featured: Daily hayrides, and nightly movies, as well as a camp store and laundromat.

Address: 43 Finkle Farm Road, Lake George

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Lake George Escape. Set amidst 178 acres of Adirondack woods and meadows, this resort campground is designed for families. Two heated pools, a frog pond, sports fields and special activities every weekend promise that no child will be bored. Oh, and there’s the Schroon River, always welcoming swimmers and anglers. Rent a cabin, come in your RV, or rent a tent or trailer site.

Address: 175 E. Schroon River Road, Lake George

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King Phillip’s Campground. This full-service resort, just two miles south of Lake George village at the base of French Mountain, has all the amenities of traditional campgrounds (tent and trailer sites, RV hookups), as well as free Wi-Fi, bike path and trolley service to the village of Lake George.

Address: 14 Bloody Pond Rd., Lake George

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Island Campsites. Want to really see the best of Lake George from the privacy of an island? The lake has three with camping availability, accessible only by boat. Glen Island, Long Island, and Narrow Island.Each island has a dock, toilet facilities, and a shelter to accommodate up to 15 people. And, of course, campsites.

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