From the peaks of the Adirondacks to the shores of the Finger Lakes, New York (NY) camping has plenty to offer the outdoor enthusiast.
Upstate New York is a popular area for camping with the Adirondack Mountains stretching out on the horizon. Forested trials climb steep mountains for stunning mountaintop views. Camp near Niagara Falls and enjoy views of the cascading waterfall, or check out lake campgrounds near Lake Champlain, Lake George, or the Great Lakes.
The Finger Lakes are also great for lake camping and provide water activities like boating, canoeing, fishing, and swimming. Hike the gorges, ravines, pastures, and woodlands in the area. The Hudson River Valley, which holds the Hudson River has cool riverside camping under the canopy of dense trees. In southern New York, the Catskills provide a quiet, secluded camping experience within wooded forests. Take your RV or camper, or just set up a tent on Long Island where wooded coastal camping feels secluded, despite being right next door to New York City.
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