If you want to enjoy the day upstate new York it's a wonderful place to take in mind because the friendly people with no rushing you to decide what you want to do you can think over the staying with them
This is an awesome campground. Two things you need to know. First of all, some of the campsites are very narrow along the river. We have a large tent and we were fine but had we been in another camp spot along the river, it might've been a challenge. Secondly, the showers are down the road and not part of the campground. They are near a beautiful cover bridge and we would do it again, but this may be worth knowing. Also, it is packed on the weekends but seems to be fairly open during the week. It is a great river and while fishing had slowed down because of the warmth, it was excellent access for when it picks up. Overall, we would definitely do it again.
We booked a rather last minute camping trip and this was one of the only campsites with available sites. The setting is beautiful. It's in Roscoe NY which apparently known for its trout fishing. The campsite is ok. The sites are completely exposed and they are quite close to one another. We stayed at site #76 which actually was one of the largest and on the river. However it's right near the bathroom and a turnaround for cars. Being exposed, it was annoying at night when people drove to the bathroom because their headlights would be right on us. We could also clearly hear everyone around us. It's such a shame that this campground is so tight. The area is beautiful. The people working there are really nice and the river is awesome to be on. We put our chairs in the water and just sat and relaxed. The picture I posted is a panorama of the site from the loop/road which shows you the setup and how exposed it is. It's about a 2.5 - 3 hour drive from Manhattan so convenient. It's close to the town of Roscoe which is super cute. There's a distillery in town and some shops if you need to re-up on camping gear or food. No cell service at the campground but it's nice to disconnect.…
I have been coming to this campground for 15+ yrs. It really is meeting place for old friends and acquaintances every summer and a place to meet new people from all parts of United States, Canada, and Europe. The campsites are right on the Beaverkill, bathrooms are clean and there are hot showers, staff is always present, and noise is kept to a minimum at night so you can enjoy the sounds of river and forest. Kids can ride their bikes safely, enjoy the sports field, fish, swim, hike or try tubing. Parents can just enjoy the surroundings. Fly fishing here requires a little patience but the brookies, browns, and rainbows are worth it as is the seeing the eagles flying along with you as you walk the river.