Anyone stay at this campground recently? Only found a single 3 year old review on RV Park Reviews. Although it was rated a 10, the review seemed a bit overdone. Not much in they way of a website either.
My daughter is attending a camp at SUNY Cobleskill for a week and we were looking for a nearby place to stay. This one is about 15 miles away. Found other places in the northern Catskills and near Cooperstown, but they are 30+ miles away. When making 2 round trips a day, that gets a little old.
2008 Nissan Titan SE, Crew Cab, 4x4
Long Bed, Big Tow, Roadmaster Active Suspension
Check RV Park Reviews for Central Bridge, NY. It's much closer to Cobleskill. We stayed at Hide-A-Way Campsites last year for a family wedding in Cobleskill, and it was a nice enough park. It's water/electric sites only, but there is a dump station near the office. Locust Park Campground is also in the same area, but I don't know any more about it than what's listed in the outdated reviews or on their website.
Middleburg is in the Schoharie Valley and much of the area was devastated by Tropical Storms Irene and Lee floods.
And yes, Hideaway is pretty nice, but do a phone call check there as well as it's in the same flood area
We were there when Lee blew through. Hide-A-Way is fine, they only had some minor tree damage. We had to stay an extra day waiting for the road home to reopen, so we spent some time helping the staff clean up.
Thanks for the replies. Hideaway looks like a decent option, although I would prefer full hook-ups given the DW's and DD's ability to fill up the gray water tanks in about 2 days. I could always take the tote-tank with me, if needed.
Does anyone know how close Locust Park Campground is to I-88?