General Campground Information

Check-In

Check-In is 2:00 PM until 8:00 PM. During these hours, please call 607-588-7327 if office is closed and someone will meet you and escort you to your campsite. Check-Out is 11 AM. Please re-register by 11 am if you are staying an extra day. Early Check-In or Late Check-Out will be an additional fee if site is available. This option is unavailable for rental accommodations. Camping is an outdoor experience. No refunds are given due to the discomfort of nature. No refunds for early departure. Please only reserve the nights you wish to stay.

Visitors

Visitors: All visitors must be registered with the campground office and pay the daily fee per person. Campers are responsible for their visitors at all times.   Visitors must leave their pets at home. Please inform your guests. Visitor fees are $10 dollars per person for all persons over age three and $20.00 per person on holiday weekends. Once we reach capacity on a holiday weekend, we may need to turn visitors away. Visitors may enter the campground beginning at 9:00 AM and leave before 8:00 PM. Overnight visitors are welcome as long as the total number of people per site is 6 or less. A maximum of 6-day visitors will be permitted per site. Trespassers will be towed by Eagle Towing 518-254-0000

Quiet Hours

They will be observed between 10:00 PM - 8:00 AM. Radios and outside TVs are to be turned off during this time, but feel free to stay outside around the campfire as long as you like. Children under 18 must be at their campsite during quiet hours unless accompanied by the registered guest. If you are bothered by noise from a fellow camper in the evening, please contact the after-hours number 607-788-1364

Vehicles, Speed Limit, Water usage

Speed Limit:
A 5 MPH Speed Limit is maintained throughout the campground. You will be asked to park and walk in the park if in violation.

Pedal Bikes:
May be ridden from dawn-to-dusk activity.
Electric bikes must adhere to the  5MPH speed limit. 
Per New York State law, all children under 14 must wear a helmet when riding.
Please ensure they are parked on your campsite and off the roadway. 

Other Modes of Transportation 
Due to the gravel roads, electric children's cars, scooters, roller blades (inline skates), hoverboards, razors, etc. are prohibited for your safety. 
Golf carts, Mini-bikes, Mopeds, and ATVs must be left at home or trailered throughout your stay. 
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Water Conservation and Sewage 
RV gray and black water must disposed of at the dump station. Please notify us immediately if you have an accidental spillage.
Help us conserve water and refrain from using the RV dishwashers or washing machines, washing cars/trailers, and using sprinklers, or baby pools.

General Camping Information

One camping unit and one family per campsite.
A total of 6 people with a maximum of 4 adults per campsite.

A maximum of two vehicles may be parked on a site. Your vehicles must be parked on the designated parking pad or in the parking lots. 
Picnic tables and/or fire rings must remain in the same location as when you arrive.
Fires are permitted in the fire rings only.
Excessive noise, loud music, foul language, or behavior will not be tolerated at any time.
Generators are not allowed.
Be considerate to future guests by cleaning up all debris and trash before departure.
Items may not be nailed or hung from the trees. 
No digging holes or disturbing natural ground cover.
No clotheslines.
An adult must always accompany all children under the age of 8.
Be courteous toward your neighbors. Do not walk through other campsites, vacant or occupied.

Wi-Fi

The Wi-Fi is available FREE OF CHARGE. Password is on the front of this map.

Gate System

Our gate system requires Vehicle plate numbers, so make sure you give the correct plate numbers at registration. One vehicle is allowed through the gate at a time.

Propane and Laundry

Propane is filled during store hours.
The Laundry room is open 24 hours. There is a change machine located in the pavilion, or rolled quarters are available in the office.

Cable TV

Cable TV: MTC is our cable TV provider. We have over 80 channels available to you, depending on your equipment. Some channels are only offered in digital format. Please note that you will need to set your TV to cable and scan your TV to find all of the cable channels we provide.

Pump-Outs

If you are on a Water and Electric site, you can schedule a pump-out for a fee of $35.00 in lieu of using the free dump station.

Creekside Activities

We want you to be safe -- please do not jump from rocks, ledges, or cliffs! You may swim, float, or fish in the creek at your own risk. Pursuant to the NY Power Authority, guests are not permitted on the private property on the other side of the creek. Do not set up anything in this water area other than a folding chair.

No Subletting of Campsites

There is no subletting of campsites. Reservation must be in the name of the parties staying with us. Site reservations are not transferable. We do not allow drop-offs of a rental RV to be picked up later by the rental company. You may rent an RV and stay with us but you must be the party bringing it to the campground. There are no exceptions to this policy!

Pet Policy, Dog Parks & Dog Wash

Pets must be leashed, kept quiet, and under your control at all times while in the campground. Rabies certificates are required. Do not let children walk dogs they cannot control. No exotic animals are allowed. Pets are restricted from the restrooms, playgrounds, and other public buildings. Do not tie the pet to trees or leave it unattended. Clean up after your pet, please. For your pet's enjoyment, we have dog parks on the 100 and 500 levels. Free Dog Wash Stations are located on the 100 and 200 levels. Please follow the posted rules for use of this space. Dog Waste Stations are located around the campground for your convenience. Only Service Animals are permitted in the rental units. 

Flag Policy

To be welcoming to all, Only United States of America flags may be displayed or flown. The exception to this would be temporary birthday party decorations or decorations matching a theme weekend event we are hosting, for example, Halloween.

Firewood Policy

Campfires & Firewood: Campfires are permitted in designated fire rings only and must be extinguished before retiring or leaving the site. Do not move fire rings. We follow NY DEC Regulation 6 NYCRR Part n192 section 192.5. Chainsaws and defacing trees in any way are prohibited. Firewood is available for purchase at the store. No outside firewood is permitted. Do not burn garbage, building lumber, plastic, glass, or metal.

Alcohol and Smoking Policy

Smoking Policy: Any smoking or vaping is limited to your reserved campsite. Please avoid public areas. 
Alcohol: permitted to be consumed at our Pavilion and Outdoor Patio by those of legal drinking age 21 and over; however, please drink responsibly.

Emergency Siren Monthly Test

Please be aware that a Monthly Emergency Test of the Siren for the County's Early Warning System exists.

Swimmming Pool Rules Notification

Swimming Pool Rules: We are required to notify you of these rules as there is no lifeguard on duty. The swimming facilities at this campground are not supervised by a lifeguard or other responsible person. In place of on-site supervision, this facility has established a series of safeguards to be followed by all guests. Please read and abide by all of the safety rules located in the swimming area and below. Never Swim Alone. A minimum of two adults, 18 years of age or older, must be present whenever this swimming facility is in use, with at least one adult on the pool deck or beachfront. There is no substitution for adequate supervision. Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied to the bathing area by a parent or guardian or similar adult responsible for their safety. In an emergency, notify the facility operator and contact help immediately.                                      
A free telephone is provided at this facility. Call 911 for all emergencies. No glass or alcohol is permitted in the pool area. Do not drink alcohol and swim. Only use the facility during the posted or informed hours of operation. Only registered guests of this facility are allowed to use the bathing facilities. Injuries can be prevented, and safety is everyone's responsibility. If you notice any problems with the water quality or absence of safety equipment, please notify us at once!

Photo Release

PHOTO RELEASE I hereby grant Campground permission to use my image and likeness (photographs and/or videos) in which me, any family member, or guest appear for any of its public displays such as but not limited to websites, social media, and advertisement prints, without payment or any other consideration. I hereby irrevocably authorize the Campground to edit, alter, copy, exhibit, publish, or distribute these photos/video for purposes of publicizing the Campground or for any other lawful purpose of Campground. In addition, I waive the right to inspect or approve the finished product, including written or electronic copy, wherein I appear. Additionally, I waive any right to royalties or other compensation arising or related to the use of the photo/video. I hereby hold harmless and release and forever discharge the Campground from all claims, demands, and causes of action which me, my heirs, representatives, executors, administrators, or any other persons acting on my behalf, on behalf of an estate, or may have by reason of this authorization. It is the responsibility of the registered Licensee to inform their guests of this photo use policy. If you do not want to be photographed it is your responsibility to remove yourself from the activity while pictures are being taken.

Forbidden Items

Illegal drugs, firecrackers, fireworks, sparklers, sky lanterns, firearms, Air Horns, BB guns, paintball guns, slingshots, archery equipment, or any other type of explosives or weapons are not permitted.

LIABILITY AND ASSUMPTION OF RISK

RELEASE OF LIABILITY AND ASSUMPTION OF RISK: I AM AWARE AND UNDERSTAND THAT THE ACTIVITIES ARE POTENTIALLY AND INHERENTLY DANGEROUS ACTIVITIES THAT INVOLVE THE RISK OF SERIOUS INJURY, DISABILITY, DEATH, AND/OR PROPERTY DAMAGE. I ACKNOWLEDGE THAT ANY INJURIES I SUSTAIN MAY RESULT FROM OR BE COMPOUNDED BY NEGLIGENT EMERGENCY RESPONSE OR RESCUE OPERATIONS OF THE CAMPGROUND. NOTWITHSTANDING THE RISK, I ACKNOWLEDGE THAT I AM KNOWINGLY AND VOLUNTARILY PARTICIPATING IN THE ACTIVITIES WITH AN EXPRESS UNDERSTANDING OF THE DANGER INVOLVED AND HEREBY AGREE TO ACCEPT AND ASSUME ANY AND ALL RISKS OF INJURY, DISABILITY, DEATH, AND/OR PROPERTY DAMAGE ARISING FROM MY PARTICIPATION IN THE ACTIVITIES, WHETHER CAUSED BY THE ORDINARY NEGLIGENCE OF THE CAMPGROUND OR OTHERWISE, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO, HAZARDS ARISING FROM STAYING AND BEING OUTSIDE, INJURY OR DAMAGE ARISING FROM CAMPFIRES OR FIRES IN GENERAL, DANGEROUS ANIMALS OR INSECTS THAT MAY BE FOUND IN THE AREA INCLUDING BLACK BEARS, INJURY OR DAMAGE ARISING FROM ANY WEATHER RELATED INCIDENTS, INJURY OR DAMAGE THAT MAY ARISE FROM ANY BODIES OF WATER ON OR AROUND THE GROUNDS, INJURY OR DAMAGE THAT MAY ARISE FROM THE OUTDOOR TERRAIN AND THE DANGEROUS VEGETATION LOCATED ON SUCH, AND ANY INJURY OR DAMAGE THAT MAY ARISE FROM ANY RECREATIONAL AMENITIES AND ACTIVITIES THAT MAY BE ENGAGED. I hereby waive, release, and forever discharge Campground, its affiliates, managers, members, agents, attorneys, employees, staff, volunteers, heirs, executors, administrators, representatives, predecessors, successors, and assigns from any claims resulting from physical or personal injury, pain, suffering, illness, disfigurement, temporary or permanent disability, loss or death, and any property damage that may occur caused by fire, theft, vandalism, accidents, natural events, or any other occurrences or mishaps. I am here at my free will, and entirely at my own risk. I understand that these injuries or outcomes may arise by my own or others negligence, conditions on the Campground, or related to travel to and from the Campground. Campground is not responsible for errors, omissions, acts, or failures to act pertaining to any party or entity conducting a specific event or activity. I fully understand that this is a release of liability that waives certain rights I possess. I agree to voluntarily give up, or waive any right that I otherwise have, to bring legal action against Campground for any personal injury or property damage whatsoever for negligence on the part of Campground, its agents, and employees. This waiver and release of liability shall remain in effect for the duration of my presence at the campground.   INDEMNIFICATION: I further agree to indemnify, defend, and hold harmless Campground, and all related agents, entities, and employees, against any and all claims, suits, or actions of any kind whatsoever for liability, damages, compensation, or otherwise brought by me or anyone on my behalf.

Meet Your Hosts

The Reinard family invites you to bring your family and become a part of ours!

Never say Never! Cathy thought she had retired out of KOA campground ownership, but the beauty of this park made her say Yes one very last time! With the help of her family, especially her daughter and co-owner, Chrissy, they purchased this park for their family's future generations to own, love and to preserve the natural beauty of this property in the Catskill Mountains of New York.. Together with their amazing staff led by Park Manager George Robinson, and Front Desk Manager Gina Hoeger, they have created a warm, inviting, and safe place for families to enjoy.