CAMP BELL CAMPGROUND

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Camp Type: Tent, Cabin, RV, Other
Dogs Allowed: Yes
Restroom: Flushing
Permit: Not required
Shower: Yes
Wifi: Available
Entrance Fee: $34.00
Campfire: Allowed
Pet Fee: None
Leash Rule: On Leash
Description

The breathtaking Finger Lakes region is home to a dynamic camping ground where vacation fun starts from the moment you check in.

Tailored lawns provide ample RV parking with the option to pitch a tent or rent out an authentic looking log-cabin or camp trailer. Cabins are equipped with electricity, bunk beds for the kids and a double-size bed for mom and dad. Each has its own picnic table and fire-ring. The on-site trailers are ideal for families with hotel comforts including your own bathroom.

RVs are instantly hooked up to water and electricity (30 amp), plus Internet and Cable TV, with a dump station on the road leading out. There’s space for the big rigs and sites where you can drive right into a tree-shaded area, or park up on the grass out in the open. The superbly maintained grounds feature gravel roads and spacious sites with peak times from May to December 

Pets are always welcome with the emphasis on good behavior. Dogs are required to be on a leash no longer than six feet when not in vehicles. In order to keep the camp pristine, all pet owners are asked to pick up their waste. Bringing your furry-friend camping is part of holiday fun, so it’s nice to respect other people's happy space and follow the rules.

Clean restrooms and hot showers are the norms at this diverse campground, with a modern laundry room and well-stocked camp store. Camp Bell is owned by friendly folk who love creating new activities. Kids are super-spoiled with an awesome playground area and heated swimming pool. From May through to October, campers are blessed with a ton of exciting events including wine tasting, trivia night, country music from a local band, and a barn dance. There’s no time to get bored at this camp as the fun and festivities happen all summer.

A little over a mile away is the petite town of Campbell, where a visit to the Gauss Sweet Shoppe gets smiles all around with home-made ice cream and gifts. A little further afield finds you checking out the infamous Corning Museum of Glass, where under one roof you will be wowed by antique and modern glass pieces with guided tours and glass-making demonstrations.

Safety
Loose Terrain, Diverse Landscape
Address
8700 State Route 415
Campbell, NY 14821
Open Year-Round
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Address
8700 State Route 415
Campbell, NY 14821
Open Year-Round