Located in Northville, New York, Sacandaga Campground is located on the Sacandaga River, within beautiful forests of white pine and hardwoods. The campground provides more than 140 sites, including some with handicap accessibility. Amenities include modern shower and restroom facilities, picnic areas, fireplaces, firewood for sale, a boat launch, recycling center, and telephone.
Recreation at the campground includes a nature program for children, fishing, hiking, boating, kayaking, and canoeing. The campground is also regarded for its historic interest, as it was established in the 1920s, at which time it was considered one of the best and most modern campgrounds around. The campground is additionally close to other activities in the region, including swimming beaches, shopping, tennis courts, antiquing, and restaurants.
Pets are welcome at the campground, but you must provide proof of their rabies vaccination with a tag dated for the current year or a rabies certificate. Dogs must be kept on a leash of six feet or less and can never be left unattended, not even in your tent or RV. Dogs are prohibited in public structures, on the beaches, and in other day-use areas. You are also responsible for picking up after your pet and should bring your own supplies for doing so. Quiet hours at the campground are from 10 pm until 7 am and it’s expected that you keep your dog quiet during those times as well.
As always when traveling with your pet, make sure that they are not only up to date on their vaccinations, but also their medications, such as those needed for heart worm prevention and flea and tick prevention. Keep your pet away from other campers unless invited to approach and never approach wildlife that you may come across during your stay, though your wildlife encounters at this particular campground may be limited.