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Old 03-25-2013, 07:38 PM   #11
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http://beldenrvpk.com/ is one of our favorites. Its high ontop of a hill over looking the whole broom county and some of penn. The view is spectacular. $ ponds to fish from, bingo, activities during holiday weekends. The owners are the nicest people.
http://www.cooperstownjellystone.com.../rvrentals.php is our favorite of all time. You can't get any better for a campground. If anyone was interested, let me know, I have 100's of pics showing campground at a campers view. Not really near cooperstown so no worries about tourists.
i went to college in oneonta 15 mins outside of cooperstown...i love cooperstown...i will definitely be checking this out! thanks! BTW whats your favorite site/sites?
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Our favorite sites at the jellystone are the sites closer to the activitiy pavilion. Site 140- 90 are really nice on the end of the lake. If you have little kids, camping on the lake edge is not always good, no fence and the little ones can fall in. There are other sites off the lake too.
I was born and raised in Oneonta. Worked for many years as a bartender at the Copper Fox. Funny to meet somebody here that knows the area.
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Old 03-26-2013, 08:30 PM   #13
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Our favorite sites at the jellystone are the sites closer to the activitiy pavilion. Site 140- 90 are really nice on the end of the lake. If you have little kids, camping on the lake edge is not always good, no fence and the little ones can fall in. There are other sites off the lake too.
I was born and raised in Oneonta. Worked for many years as a bartender at the Copper Fox. Funny to meet somebody here that knows the area.
i went to the copper fox many times...spent my 21st birthday there! thanks for the info...my favorite bar was The Black Oak and i miss Tinos Cold Cheese Pizza! i worked at Pizza Hut, the one by Brooks (which i miss too!) when i went to school there 94-96...i also spent a semester at Delhi...I am originally from the Albany area.
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This: http://willowtreervr.com/ is one of our favorites.
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Old 03-27-2013, 08:21 AM   #15
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Rollins park has the best website i have ever seen for a campground OMG! it reminds me of Harris Lake the campsites anyhow and the shoreline, so beautiful I definitely want to check it out its about 3 hours 20 mins from us....Salamanca is pretty far i think?
Salamanca probably isn't too bad for you coming from Albany - if you get onto Route 17 (or whatever it is now?) it's a straight shot west. My in-laws come from Elmira and it barely takes them 2 hours towing a camper. And they drive S-L-O-W. Even without towing.

And yes! I love the site for Rollins. Someone put a lot of work into all of those photos. Fish Creek Pond is attached to Rollins and has the same website (multiple photos for each site). It's larger than Rollins but a little louder as you can have a boat with a motor on those lakes. Having said that, it really isn't that loud at all. Just louder than the silence of Rollins. Unfortunately, we can't get a good water site on Rollins for August, though I've gotten on the waiting list for a couple of sites. I might have to check out Harris Lake now! Waterfront is key with a water loving lab camping with us.
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http://beldenrvpk.com/ is one of our favorites. Its high ontop of a hill over looking the whole broom county and some of penn. The view is spectacular. $ ponds to fish from, bingo, activities during holiday weekends. The owners are the nicest people.
http://www.cooperstownjellystone.com.../rvrentals.php is our favorite of all time. You can't get any better for a campground. If anyone was interested, let me know, I have 100's of pics showing campground at a campers view. Not really near cooperstown so no worries about tourists.
Wow, thanks for these! We're about 20 minutes northeast of Syracuse and are looking for a list of places to check out this summer that we can easily do Friday (after work) through Sunday. I love the Cooperstown area and it's not a bad drive for us at all.
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Salamanca probably isn't too bad for you coming from Albany - if you get onto Route 17 (or whatever it is now?) it's a straight shot west. My in-laws come from Elmira

My wife is from Elmira, I am from Corning.
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One of the kids favs.. Jellystone Park (Tabor City, NC)

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I took the liberty of compiling all the links in this thread into a single post. Perhaps if it proves to be helpful, I'll work on compiling even more links from other posts/threads...


Minnesota

Two Rivers Campground & Tubing - Royalton

New York
Allegany State Park - Salamanca
Belden Hill Campground - Harpursville
Cooperstown Jellystone Campground - Garrattsville
Lake George RV Park - Lake George
Lake Harris Campground - Newcomb
Rollins Pond Campground - Tupper Lake
Watkins Glen KOA - Watkins Glen

North Carolina
Tabor City Jellystone Park - Tabor City

Nova Scotia
Glooscap Campground - Parrsboro

Rhode Island
Burlingame State Park - Charlestown

South Carolina
Dreher Island State Park - Prosperity (Lake Murray)
Pirateland Family Camping Resort - Myrtle Beach
Willowtree RV Resort and Campground - Longs (Myrtle Beach)

Virginia
Camp Burson Campground - Marion (Hungry Mother State Park)
Shenandoah Valley Campground - Verona

Washington
Bridge RV Park & Campground - White Salmon
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one of our faves, http://www.mountainlakecampground.com/
another, http://www.recreation.gov/camping/Ea...ex=CampingSpot
one more, http://www.bearcovevillage.com/reque...ontent=default

Mountain Lakes, is near Summersville, WV. East Fork is on the banks of East Lynn Lake, East Lynn, WV, and Bear Cove is in Pigeon Forge, TN.
We regulary stay at each of these places and its hard to pick a favorite!!
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