RV Parks & Hookups
If your family cabin sits on four wheels, use our directory of Adirondack RV parks to navigate your summer tour or pick the best place to stay awhile. And remember—home is where you park it.
Got a boat in tow? Shady Oaks RV Park offers 103 spots with full hookups (electric, water, and sewer) just a half-mile from a launch site on northern Lake Champlain. The Plattsburgh location means short grocery runs; back at camp, a swimming pool, horseshoe pit, and the occasional Champ sighting in the lake create a lively vibe. More fun awaits at Happy Hollow Campground in the Adirondack Tug Hill region. Choose from 175 sites sprinkled over 88 acres of sunny field and cool forest. Park the RV or pitch a circus-worthy tent, and send the kids to candy bingo or bowling. Get supplied with firewood or propane at the camp store, and visit hot showers or laundry facilities to tidy up after summer fun.
For a small-town feel, call Hoss's Country Store in Long Lake to inquire about 14 RV sites tucked behind the shop. Sign up for a fishing license at the counter for your chance to pull smallmouth bass, pike, and walleye from the gigantic 152-acre lake nearby. No luck? Stroll the aisles for local maple syrup, an Adirondack Outlaws book, or a Woolrich flannel shirt for campfire lounging.
Many of the RV parks in the Adirondacks offer additional lodging options such as rental cabins and are located in public campgrounds where the more adventurous can pitch a tent under the stars.