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Old 09-06-2005, 03:41 AM   #1
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Hi,

Well after seeing gas prices raise here daily-over a dollar in places in two days. We've decided to find a seasonal site to put the trailer. We've been thinking about some, but aren't sure about some we've seen advertised. Any suggestions of campgrounds that have tons to do within 2 hours of the lower Hudson Valley? This way we can still camp and have our fun.

We took a trip to Lake Ontario this weekend and it was 2 tanks of gas-$206! We may down size to a car instead of our suburban if we can find a nice site somewhere that we can all enjoy-teens, adults and one 7 year old.

So give me some ideas- Roundout Valley maybe a option-anyone know anything about them?

Thanks for the help!
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Old 09-06-2005, 03:41 AM   #2
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Hi,

Well after seeing gas prices raise here daily-over a dollar in places in two days. We've decided to find a seasonal site to put the trailer. We've been thinking about some, but aren't sure about some we've seen advertised. Any suggestions of campgrounds that have tons to do within 2 hours of the lower Hudson Valley? This way we can still camp and have our fun.

We took a trip to Lake Ontario this weekend and it was 2 tanks of gas-$206! We may down size to a car instead of our suburban if we can find a nice site somewhere that we can all enjoy-teens, adults and one 7 year old.

So give me some ideas- Roundout Valley maybe a option-anyone know anything about them?

Thanks for the help!
Nell
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Old 09-06-2005, 10:11 AM   #3
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If you were to come north of Albany you have Deer Run CG sorry I can't find the number or Alpine Lake CG (518)654-7652 or Nickersons Park CG in Gilboa (607)588-7327. Good luck Ed
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Old 09-06-2005, 02:02 PM   #4
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Check out the Lazy River CG in Gardiner NY (a Yogi Bear campground). Nice place, well kept. Not sure how much a seasonal site costs, but we've been there many times.

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Try looking at http://www.beaverspringlake.com in Davenport, NY. Nice and clean, well run and also Passport Amer. Closes large city in Oneonta, NY.
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I second the Yogi Park in Gardiner, NY. I know some seasonals there, and they are very pleased with it. I like it there just to grab a weekend once in a while..(I'm 15 minutes from there).
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Another vote for Yogi in Gardiner....although not as wooded as I would like, I go there at least twice a year....lots of stuff for the yougin's to do.
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