Open May 1 - October 15
5652 Thumb Road
Dewittville, NY 14728Get Directions
RV Sites, Tent Sites
Check-in: 4:00 pm, Check-out: 3:00 pm
Accommodations, Rental Units
Check-in: 4:00 pm, Check-out: 11:00 am
We welcome your well behaved dogs. All dogs entering the park however must have written documentation of your dogs current rabies vaccination. Please bring with you a copy that we can keep on file. All dog waste must be picked up immediately Any guest not picking u will be asked to leave. All dogs must be on a controlled lease not longer than 6 ft long. Pets must not be left unattended anywhere in the park except inside an R.V. Kamp k9 is a fun lace to enjoy time with your pet. Please pick up any accidents right away. No kids in Kamp k9 without a parent & a dog, please. We have a kids playground. Pets are welcome in some cabins. They must be registered and there is a daily $10 fee upon check in. You are responsible for damages done by your pet.
Store hours are 8 am to 8 pm Daily Sunday to Saturday
We can not accept any firewood into our park that is not dry kiln and prepackaged. This is due to the infestation of insects that are killing our beautiful trees. It is highly recommended by all regions in New York to NOT transport firewood from place to place or area to area. We thank you for following this request. We do not allow cutting or gathering of any firewood or brush on the property without permission from the campground staff. We do have firewood available in the camp store and will be hay to deliver it to you during our regular store hours. 8 am to 8 pm daily
Check in time for all sites and cabins is 4 pm
Check out time for cabins, deluxe cabins and rental units is 11am
Check out time for all sites is 3 pm
Quiet Hours are at 10 pm to 7 am
You are only allowed 1 sleeping unit per site. (no tents on the same site as an camper or R.V.)
You are allowed up to not over 6 people per site
Site fee is for 2 adults & 2 children per site (additional adults and children will be charged a visitor fee, up to the max of 6 people total per site)
To book a site or cabin here, You must be at least 21 years of age or older.
Must be 21 to book a site
If more than 6 people an additional site will be required.
We know your visitors are important to you, and us as well. We do have a policy in place to all our facilities to be available to all our registered camping guest. There is a fee for all adults and children entering. This is payable at the time the visitor arrives. All visitors must stop at the office and register and pay. We will assign parking. There is a limit of 6 persons per site including the register campers. If more than that is expected than an additional site will be required. Please be sure to advise your visitors in advance of their arrival to our office so they are prepared. All visitors are requested to exit the park by 10 pm. if they are a day visitor and 3 pm the following day if they are an over night guest.
The new swimming pool and splash pad will open as soon as completion.
A lifeguard does not supervise the swimming facilities at Chautauqua Lake KOA. We have a monitor, mainly as a 2nd adult. This facility has established a series of safeguards to be followed by all guests.
New York State requires a minimum of 2 adults must be present whenever this swimming facility is in use. NEVER SWIM ALONE! There is no substitute for adequate supervision. Children under 16 years of age must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. All swimmers must sign in at the pool gate. There is to be no running pushing or horseplay, jumping or diving into the pool. No food or drink of any kind, no smoking & no pets are allowed inside the pool gate. All children who wear diapers must wear swim diapers. Do not remove furniture. Registered guest only. Respect others please
Your memories are our proudest accomplishment!Bill and Anita have owned the Chautauqua Heights campground since the early 90's. Starting from scratch, they have developed the campground to be one of the top 300 campgrounds in the nation. “Although we enjoy the outdoors and the lifestyle operating a campground allows, one of our greatest joys is our family," Anita says. "We enjoy watching other families enjoying themselves and creating their own vacation memories that will last a lifetime.”