This was the best State Campground experience we’ve had in New York in years. The campground is part of the Adirondack Park located in Northville, NY. The sites are situated at the junction of two branches of the Sacandaga River. Some of the oldest camp sites in New York State are there, and the landscaping of the area reflects this.
Many sites are way too small, but there are areas where foliage is maintained between sites for a good sense of privacy.Big rigs could have a little difficulty in most sites, but some are suitable. The water spigots do not accomodate hoses, so filling your fresh water tank is tricky. We brought a 5-Gallon jug to tote water to the trailer. The other choice is to come in with a full tank. No hook-ups are available.
Since NYS Campgrounds allow generators, I was leary about another weekend listening to small motors. The staff seemed to isolate those with generators from the rest of us. The staff was also accomodating in moving us from our reserved site which was too small into a more suitable site. Quiet Hours & Dog Control were strictly enforced which has become rare at most State facilities.
This rustic little campground, and the great staff are worth the trip. My biggest advice: Bring several blocks to level the rig!