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Old 05-10-2014, 12:16 AM   #41
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Camping is a family activity. We keep the river lot so the kids can bring their families and enjoy the area. They can also leave their camper on site so it is convenient for them and they camp more often.
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Old 11-06-2014, 03:40 PM   #42
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I personally find all site wifi is a must, sewer, water, and electric. Activities for my lifestyle was important as well. I wanted a place with a nice-sized pool, but after visiting and/or calling every campground in NY within 2 1/2 hrs away, I could not come up with one to satisfy what we both wanted. We did get one with a lake though. It has a lot of rules, but we'll see how it goes. We signed up after the season ended out of desperation to get out of where we were and needing storage. So if anyone is in Hudson Valley, NY and wants the ins-and-out of every campground there is, contact me for the nitty gritty.
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Old 11-07-2014, 06:30 PM   #43
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I personally find all site wifi is a must, sewer, water, and electric. Activities for my lifestyle was important as well. I wanted a place with a nice-sized pool, but after visiting and/or calling every campground in NY within 2 1/2 hrs away, I could not come up with one to satisfy what we both wanted. We did get one with a lake though. It has a lot of rules, but we'll see how it goes. We signed up after the season ended out of desperation to get out of where we were and needing storage. So if anyone is in Hudson Valley, NY and wants the ins-and-out of every campground there is, contact me for the nitty gritty.
We camp almost every weekend in the Hudson Valley in Gardiner. What CG did you settle on?
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Old 11-07-2014, 11:35 PM   #44
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We are going to try Twin Oaks in Schoharie. The one in Gardiner was too expensive for us. My hubby was way too picky for someone who is too disabled to do anything. Most campgrounds closed down though. I don't know why--except for the 92 year old man who flirted with me on the phone. He retired.
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