General Campground Information

WiFi Service

We have free WiFi at every site in the campground.

Select My Site

We have always taken requests but have never been able to guarantee sites... which many people would like.  So we have included a Select My Site fee of $20/reservation which guarantees the site you choose. We will still attempt to meet your request to be next to friends/family or in the sites you prefer, but if a site guarantee fee has not been paid you may be shifted to another site reservation to accommodate everyone. If you pay the fee you will not be moved from the site you request

We Are Pet Friendly!

We welcome guests who are traveling with their 4-legged friends. To ensure every guest has an enjoyable experience, thank you for following our Pet Rules:
  • Aggressive pets of any breed will not be allowed in the campground. Any pet showing aggression or guarding behaviors must be removed from the property.
  • Pets must be leashed at all times (no longer than 6'), except for designated off-leash area (such as KampK9).
  • Pets must immediately be picked up after. Waste bags are provided in the office and in the KampK9 area.
  • We do not allow pets in tents.
  • Pets are not to be left alone, either outside or in the camper or accommodation.
  • If owners are not able to control their pet's barking (day or night), they must remove the pet from the property.
  • For health and safety reasons, pets are not allowed in buildings.
  • Limit 2 dogs. For additional dogs please inquire at time of reservation. Additional charges may apply.
  • Service dogs of all breeds are welcome at our KOA Campground. However, these animals must follow leash restraint policies and may not exhibit aggressive behavior.

Please Note: New York state law requires a copy of the rabies certificate/ vaccines at time of check in for all pets. A copy will be kept on file for the duration of your stay.

Photo Policy

Entrance onto the campground property constitutes permission for the management of Natural Bridge KOA to photograph and video our guests and visitors while on the premises, and to use any resulting pictures for any lawful purpose without compensation to the individual or family.  If special circumstances demand a waiver of this policy for you or your family, please contact the office at 315-644-4098 before your stay and we will make the appropriate accommodations.

Firewood Policy

Help Us Protect Adirondack Trees. Moving firewood transports tree-killing insects. Please leave your firewood at home, and BUY IT WHERE YOU BURN IT. Firewood is available to purchase in the area. It is also sold for your convenience in the camp store with free site delivery. The forest will thank you!
To protect our natural resources, please follow state regulations:
  • Do not bring firewood with you when you travel.
  • Purchase locally what you need for your stay.
  • Burn all firewood in your campsite fire rings.
  • Leave any extra firewood for the next camper. Never transport firewood home.
  • Spread the word with family & friends.
  • www.DontMoveFirewood.org

Pool Hours & Policy

Our pool is open each day during season from 9am to 6pm.  Adults only swim is open 6pm - 7pm. Please join us in following state safety guidelines:
  • NEVER SWIM ALONE. A minimum of two adults (18 years of age or older) must be present whenever the pool is in use, with at least one adult remaining on the pool deck.
  • Children under 16 years of age must be accompanied to the bathing facility by a parent or guardian (an adult who is responsible for the children and their behavior).
  • Only use this facility during posted hours of operation.
  • Don't drink alcohol and swim.

Campground Hours - Office, Camp Store, Quiet Times

Office & Camp Store
  • 9am-7pm (Sun-Thu)
  • 9am-9pm (Fri-Sat and Holiday Extended Weekends)

Quiet Hours are 10pm - 7am. We work hard to deliver an amazing experience for each of our guests. While some campers like to stay up late, others like to get up early. Please be courteous to your neighbors and observe the quiet times. A few tips: turn down music, keep voices low, control slamming doors, shield excess lighting. Thank you for being mindful of others during your stay.

Minimum Stay / Cancellation

For all sites, we have a 3 night minimum stay for Holiday weekends. For Kamping Kabins, we have a 2 night minimum stay June-September.

We follow the KOA Cancellation Policy with the following exceptions: Due to reservation lead time and campsite availability, we are unable to offer refunds on Holiday Weekends & Long Term stays.

Additional Vehicles

All RV sites are allowed 1 recreational vehicle (Trailer or Motorhome) and a tow vehicle. Any extra vehicles will be charged $10/vehicle/day.  Vehicle owners must check-in with the office upon arrival, and park in the designated visitor/overflow parking area.

Additional Overnight Guests

All sites are priced for 4 persons (with a maximum of 2 adults). For RV and Tent sites, a maximum of 2 persons can be added for the following fee schedule: Su-Th $4/person/night, F-Sa $7/person/night, Holidays $10/person/night. No additional persons are available for the Kamping Kabins.

Day Visitors

Camping guests may invite day visitors during their stay, limited based on daily campground maximum persons. Please contact the office to reserve your visitor's spot. Day visitors are welcome between 9am and the start of quiet hours. All visitors must register at the office upon arrival. An adult member of your camper's family must be at the campground the entire time your day visitor is at the campground. Visitors are asked to park in the designated visitor parking and to please leave their pets at home. Fee Schedule: M-Th $5/person/day, F-Su $10/person/day, Holidays $20/person/day.

Motorcycles & Golf Carts

Motorcycles and Golf Carts are welcome on site. Golf Carts must provide proof of registration at check in. Driving off road motorized vehicles (ATV/Dirt Bikes) is prohibited in the campground, but can be towed in and left connected during your stay.

Personal Code of Conduct

Please refrain from inappropriate language and actions with respect to race, religion, sexual origin, and politics. Alcohol is permitted by legal drinking age adults. Illegal drugs are strictly prohibited. The presence of any controversial language, actions, visuals, or symbols that are widely deemed offensive or inappropriate (i.e. confederate flag, swastika, racial slurs, etc.) will not be permitted on our property.

Please reference KOA policy:  https://koa.com/contact-us/faqs/8/809/

A Few Words From Our Legal Team

Anyone using these facilities must do so with the understanding that the campground is provided as a ­recreational facility only, and it may not be used as a primary residence. If you are asked to leave for any reason by the ­management of the campground, you must do so immediately or you accept that you will be treated as a trespasser by the appropriate local authorities. Camping has inherent risks associated with outside activities. We are not ­responsible for injuries or damages occurring as part of the inherent risks of any camping environment. All campers must maintain insurance; your units are not covered by the campground's insurance. If you purposely violate campground policy, rules or direction from management, you will be asked to leave and no refunds issued. Campground policy and rules can be updated and posted at any time.

Meet Your Hosts

James & Stacia Madden

"Come to Explore, Stay to Relax! That's what we felt our very first visit to #TheBridge."

For James and Stacia, owning a campground was one of those BHAG (Big Hairy Audacious Goal) dreams for the distant future. As many of us have had to navigate the changes over the last few years, the timing for the Maddens to jump fully into the camping adventure became a now or never. James has always loved the great outdoors: skating, hiking, surfing, enjoying the peace and connection found in nature. He is a designer by trade and has a passion for rock guitar, so we just may experience some fun music events at the Kampground. Stacia grew up camping with her family, and the fun she had at the KOAs being some of her fondest memories. She is prior Navy and has a background in facilities, but her passion is good food, great friends, and feisty corgis. While protecting the peaceful and quiet reputation the park has earned over the past years, James & Stacia are also excited to find ways to bring value to everyone and create the best camper experience available.