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.
Seventy-five full hookup sites, 30 amp and 50 amp. Separate, secluded areas with fire ring and picnic table for tenting for small and large groups. Camp store, children’s play area, dumping station, fireplaces, fishing, flush toilets, hiking trails, laundry room, pond, recreation building, showers, stream and tables. Accessible. Child, pet and group friendly. Wi-Fi. Open mid-May to mid-October.
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