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Reviewed July 6, 2015

If you like camping and boating this is a great place to go! The campground has a beach, a boat ramp, mooring buoys and plenty of hiking trails. The campgrounds are located in Adirondack Park so it is one of the most beautiful parts of NY! Rogers Rock is an awesome formation and great to view. We were lucky to catch some people repelling on the rock. You can take advantage of the hiking trails and hike to the top! The campsite also has kayaks that you can take out (not sure if there is a fee).

Lake George is an awesome lake for boating! It goes on for miles! The lake has crystal clear water - you can see the bottom! Don't be fooled because you may see the bottom but you may not be able to stand in the water. The lake also has gorgeous views, awesome rock formations and 365 islands. It is our favorite place to boat.

We went for 4th of July weekend. The camp sites were sold out for the weekend. We stayed in campsite 295 which was across the road from the main campgrounds. We were concerned that it was close to the road but it did not cause a problem. The down side of this site is that when it rains all the water drains to this site so the ground was always muddy.

We did enjoy that the campsite was $22 a night and the mooring buoy was $15 a night. $98 for the weekend with fees. Anyone who has stayed on the lake knows this is a real bargain! If you plan in advance you can get a camp site close to your mooring buoy. You will need to swim to your boat or bring a smaller boat. There are docks so you can pick up the rest of your group and supplies after you get your boat. The swim is not far - only about 20 feet. We brought our Kayak but opted for the swim when we saw how close it was. If you choose not to use a mooring buoy there is a ramp and plenty of parking to leave your boat overnight. We like the convenience of getting on the boat and going when we want to.

As reviewers have said, many campsites are close together but not all. The roads are narrow and curvy. If you strategically set up your camp you camp you will have that alone feeling. Yes, there was noise but there is at any campgrounds. People are there to be together and have fun! Unplug and enjoy your time together!!

  • Stayed: July 2015, traveled with family
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3  Thank Lyn H
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Reviewed August 20, 2014

Had to ask my neighbours to be QUIET at 11PM for two nights in a row, but anyway they kept talking and kept me awake past midnight!!!

Camping is ok, free showers but thats all.

QUIET HOURS NOT ENFORCED BY THE STAFF. WILL NEVER GO BACK.

Stayed: August 2014, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed July 7, 2014

Rogers Rock is a NYS Dept of EnCon camp ground. Rates are very reasonable, but facilities are rustic. There are 301 campsites, several toilets, three to four shower houses. There is a beach and a boat launch. Campsites are close together and shoved into any available section that was flat enough to accommodate them. The roads were narrow and many people only marginally got their vehicles off of the road. The site we were assigned was listed as a back in. After three trys hitting two trees and tearing off the stove vent cover on my trailer I took my son's pull thru.

We were surprised that there wasn't more enforcement of the rules. Quiet time was a joke, being the 4th weekend may have had a bit to do with it. Parking could have been better controlled.

The upside was the Lake itself. Lake George is a beautiful setting, the water clear and of course a bit busy with boat traffic. The day we paddled there was a good breeze that couldn't make up its mind which way to blow. We were trying to get the wind to our back for an easy return, but that never happened.

Since it was almost 4 hour drive for us we are not likely to go back. We had good neighbors, even met one family from NH that was neighbors with my sister in law.

One note. If you do go there and you are towing a trailer or have an RV, DON'T try to go in via NY Rte. 8. It is a hard climb from I87 and the down hill into Hague is hairy. Going out we went about 30 miles out of our way via, Rt. 74 to Severance. PS there is no cell service there. It can be a good thing.

  • Stayed: July 2014, traveled with family
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3  Thank Chiefopd
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Reviewed August 19, 2014
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Reviewed July 26, 2014
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Stayed: July 2014, traveled as a couple
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