RV Campsites & Park Model Lodging In Lake George

Enjoy the unforgettable experience of camping in Lake George, NY! Our RV campsites easily accommodate all sizes and types of RVs from small folding campers to travel trailers, fifth-wheels and the largest and most extravagant motorhomes.

Call us today at (518) 792-3775 to check rates and availability, make a reservation, or request more information on luxury park model rentals.

Motorhome on campsite

Spend your next vacation at our award-winning RV resort in the beautiful foothills of the Adirondacks!

Whether you are bringing your own pop-up or big-rig, or opting for one of our deluxe RV rental units, Lake George RV Park in the popular Adirondack Region can accommodate. Our RV resort is in a great location, close to all of the fun family attractions and events the area has to offer.

I am sure not many people without a camper or an RV would consider an RV park for a vacation destination. We found out this was an option accidentally when looking for non-resort accommodations at Lake George. This RV park has rental units (trailers) that are beautiful, updated, with fully equipped kitchens, mater with queen bed and another bedroom for 4, fire pit, Weber grill and MANY more amazing amenities! This was a dream park for the whole family (including the dog). We could not have had the kind of activities for the whole family at any other type of accommodations. There are endless activities for all ages and no extra hidden charges (except for the arcade games) The park was spotless and the staff above and beyond helpful and polite!I wish there was a way to let more families know about this park having the rental units because so many people are missing this amazing experience just because most people do not realize this possibility! We are trying to spread the word and we will make this an annual event from now on! There are not enough good words to say about our week at Lake George RV Park!!

Dana C.
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Lake George RV Park - Fun in Site!

THE PARK REOPENED FOR ITS 55th ANNIVERSARY SEASON ON FRIDAY, MAY 14th, 2021.  We will continue to track developments with Covid-19 and its potential impacts on our 2021 season.  We will adjust accordingly based on ongoing government guidance in the spring, summer and fall of 2021.  Check our website often for updates as we will post them as new information becomes available.

We are currently  following the most recent NY State and CDC guidelines to prevent the spread of Covid-19.  Face coverings are NOT required inside buildings or outside on Park grounds if you are FULLY VACCINATED.  Anyone not fully vaccinated IS REQUIRED to where face coverings when inside or in large gathers outside.  The enforcement of this rule will be based on the honor system.

Visit our Covid-19 FAQs  page as a reference for guests planning a visit this season.  This page represents the guidance we are currently following for the 2021 season.

We remind guests planning to visit us this season that they are required to PLEDGE their support and adherence to the safety protocols required by New York State and the CDC.  Anyone who chooses not to follow these guidelines is asked to postpone their visit until a time when these guidelines are lifted.  An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present.  If the safety protocols in place do not provide you or any members of your party confidence in facing these risks we suggest you postpone a visit until after you have received full immunization against the Coronavirus.  We highly recommend that all guests that are eligible, get immunized two weeks prior to visiting.

Due to the ever-changing nature of efforts to stop the spread of Covid-19, unforeseen closures may affect the schedules and information contained on this website and in our literature.  Please contact our customer service team for the most up-to-date information on Coronavirus at LGRV Park.

Stay safe and healthy until we can be together again.

Stay positive, test negative, get vaccinated.

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