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    Camping in New York State

Camping in New York

Whether you're lakeside, seaside, or mountainside—stay outside and camp in New York.

Immerse yourself in the peace and tranquility of nature with a camping trip in New York State, where great options abound, from crisp, star-flecked nights in the Adirondacks to the Catskills, where you’re never far from amazing family activities like canoeing, hiking, and fishing. 

Whether you're looking to park an RV, rent a cabin, or pitch a tent under the stars, New York State is the perfect spot for your next camping getaway. There are a range of private campgrounds as well as public campgrounds operated by New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation (State Parks), and the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC).

New reservations for all available State Parks sites—including tents, trailers, RVs, cabins, yurts, and cottages—will be accepted at 9 a.m. June 8, for camping stays beginning on June 22. Reservations are expected to fill quickly and can be made in advance by calling toll free 1-800-456-CAMP or http://newyorkstateparks.reserveamerica.com. Online reservations are encouraged. DEC campgrounds and day-use sites in the Adirondacks and the Catskills will begin to open June 19, only for existing reservations.

Social distancing measures will be in place at all campgrounds, and other restrictions may be in place. For more information, please visit the State Parks website and the Department of Environmental Conservation website.

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