10 Fun Facts!

Since were opening in just 10 days, for our 49th season! We thought we’d share 10 fun facts about the park.

  1. The covered bridge is built over an old railroad track
  2. The building in the main parking lot near the store was the original west arcade
  3. The original office was housed in the same building as the west showers and bathrooms are, next to the west pool
  4. The storage lot was once a horse corral. It contained horses and a llama. The llama’s name was Sir Gunther
  5. On opening day in 1966 there were 250 sites. There was no Woodland Drive, No East End and No Pines area
  6. In 1976 the East Building and East End opened
  7. The fishing pond and paddle boat pond were swamps
  8. The covered bridge is on the New York State Covered Bridge Registry
  9. The Bingo Pavilion used to be a tennis court
  10. The original name of the park was Lake George Travel Trailer Park

Lake George RV Park - Fun in Site!

Our current scheduled opening has been moved from Friday, May 8 to Monday, June 1 based on recent information provided us by Warren County and New York State Department of Health.  Governor Cuomo’s most recent public comments regarding his plans for a phased reopening of the New York economy clearly indicates that our Park will be unable to fully serve the needs and expectations of our guests through the end of May.  We still remain hopeful that our loyal guests will be able to return and enjoy camping in June.

For updates and additional information about our Covid-19 response please go to our dedicated page at https://www.lakegeorgervpark.com/covid-19/

All information on our Covid-19 page supersedes the information on all other pages of our website. Check back often for updates.

Stay safe and healthy until we can be together again.