Rochester — including the hamlets of Accord and Kerhonkson — boasts the largest number of continuously inhabited old-stone houses in New York. But history is only one part of the area’s allure.
400 sites: There are 380 sites with electric and 270 with sewage hookups. Camp store, children's play area, laundry room, recreation building, hiking trails, fishing, pool, river/stream, pond, fireplaces, tables, hot showers, flush/dry toilets and dumping station. Pets allowed. Group-friendly.
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