There are some areas on earth touched by nature's magical wand and King Phillips campground has been bestowed with such a gift. To the north of bustling New York lies a sanctionary where vacations begin and have for generations of campers.
The location is Adirondack Park with flat and hilly terrain and forest trees forming a canopy of shade and seclusion. Sites are dirt and gravel with full hook-ups for RVs including water electricity (20/30/50 amp), sewer, internet, and cable TV. You can go for a partial access or pitch your tent out under the stars.
Staff is totally tuned to camper care with security guards on gates and immaculate, updated restrooms, showers, and laundry facilities. You feel like you’re in the mountains with all the creature comforts of home and a scenic lake less than two miles away.
The camps pet-friendly tag means your dog is more than welcome but must stay on a leash. It’s also up to owners to pick up doggy waste. Bring plenty of litter bags to make sure this fair rule is implemented as it keeps the park clean for all to enjoy. There’s an abundance of shade from well-established trees but check your woofer is hydrated on hotter days.
King Philips campground is a dynamic holiday retreat and a kid's tree-house dream with a fun playground and swimming pool for countless hours of fun. It's rated a top family-orientated camp where you can choose your site out in the open on the grass, deep in the woods, or close to the pool and bathrooms. Each has its own picnic table and fire-ring for cooking. Many of the sites are easy in and out for RVs and the bigger rigs plus the camp store offers supplies, firewood, and ice cream.
It's good old-fashioned fun with badminton, horseshoes, and ping pong just a few of the activities featured. Catch a trolley to lake George village, considered a holidaymaker's delight under 4 miles from the camp. The kids will love The Fun Spot, an adventure playground with go-karts, mini-golf, roller skating, and Laser Tag. Children are spoiled for choice with The Magical Forest and Waterslide World, a few of the amusements just for young ones.
The village has a resort-style appeal with boutique stores, restaurants, and fireworks over the lake every Thursday. Holidaying at King Philips Campground opens a gateway to the Adirondack mountains and spectacular Lake George.