Nearby Attractions

Amusement Parks

Six Flags Great Escape/Splashwater Kingdom and Dino Roar Valley all about 25 minutes away in Lake George.


Rent boats or take a cruise on Lake George. You can also bring your own boat and launch close by at a couple of spots on the upper Hudson River, Lake George or Sacandaga Lake plus other numerous small lakes in the area.


There are beautiful rides both on and off road in the area.


There is nothing more spectacular than golf at some of the Adirondack courses in the area. Our closest and most reasonable is Brookhaven, only minutes from the campground. A notable public course is the Saratoga Spa Golf Course which is in the historic Saratoga Springs State park area. If you are looking for the premier golfing experience, then you might be looking for the Saratoga National Golf Club or The Sagamore golf club in Lake George. There are many more courses in the area so make sure to bring your clubs.

Groceries, Gas, & Shopping

Just 2 miles North of the campground on Route 9N is the town of Corinth, with Tops Grocery store, 3 convenient stores, liquor store, 3 restaurants, Subway and Adirondack furniture and gift stores. Saratoga Springs offers fine dining and a wide variety of shops. Lake George is also a tourist hot spot.


We border Adirondack Park, so the hiking possibilities are endless. You should be able to search on-line for Lake George, Southern Adirondacks, Hadley areas, etc. The closest hike would be Spruce Mountain which has a rehabilitated ranger tower at the top that is open to the public for scenic views. Another recommended hike would be Buck Mountain with a great view of Lake George. The Buck Mountain trailhead is just a couple minutes from the short hike to Shelving Rock Falls.

Horseback Riding

Stables and outfits in the area for horse back excursions. Bennett’s Riding Stable

Music & Culture

Saratoga Performing Arts Center (SPAC) is the summer home of the New York City Ballet, the Philadelphia Philharmonic, and hosts many other musicians and national tours throughout the summer months. Visit the historic Fort William Henry in Lake George or the Saratoga National Battlefield.

Wineries, Breweries, Distilleries

Ledge Rock Hill Winery is located in Corinth and is just a short drive. We also have created a map of local NY craft beverages.

Race Tracks/Gambling

The Saratoga thoroughbred track is probably the main attraction for Saratoga Springs and is open for approx. 6 weeks running from late July through Labor Day weekend. The other track in town is the Harness Track, which runs year round, and has also recently added “Racino” with video slot machines. You can also visit the horse racing museum to learn about the history behind the races.


Additional off site swimming can be found nearby at Lake Luzerne or a little further away at Lake George. There is Million Dollar Beach for a fee or the free public beach in town. One of our favorites is Shelving Rock Falls which is a nice short hike by the falls down to a sandy bay on Lake George.

Camping Supplies

We sell ice ($2 for 7lb.) & firewood on site.

If you have any questions feel free to ask at the office and we will do what we can to help make your stay more enjoyable.