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Saugerties Woodstock KOA


882 Route 212
Saugerties, NY 12477
845.246.4089
saugertieskoa@hotmail.com
http://www.koa.com/where/ny/32168/
3 Reviews
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Actual Date of Stay is 5/19/2017. This KOA was recently purchased and was a very old one and obviously in need of attention. The campground staff is in the process of improving the appearance. Primarily an overnight campground, it is situated off of route 87 in the Catskill region. It is a bit rough around the edges, but the staff is friendly and easy going. WiFi seems very good, water pressure a little low and store items are a bit expensive. Overall the campground was enjoyable. i would look forward to the coming improvements.

Received from Eric for visit in Dec 2016


Site Number: 37
Stay Again? YES
Great place for children, with lots of activities for the family. We were in a site that had a very drunk and noisey group. The owners responded and had the group finally thrown off the property with the help of the police. Thanks to the owners prompt attention our weekend was saved.

Received from Ralph for visit in May 2006


Site Number: 32
Stay Again? YES
Well, let's just say it was a bit of a disappointment. We just wanted to get away for some peace & quiet. For some reason this place thinks that fire truck rides complete with SIRENS BLARING FOR AN HOUR is fun on weekends...I can see giving the kids a ride, but must you use THE SIREN? I work in NYC and hear sirens ALL DAY, I don't need to hear them on vacation, esp when I was trying to nap. Our SMALL site was RIGHT BY THE BATHROOMS and there was no path to the bathroom. People had to walk through our site or the one next to us. Speaking of the site next to us...the people there (pleasant and quiet) decided to waterproof their tent with this toxic smelling spray. It was so bad we co uldn't sit outside while it was being done. I have hyper-reactive airway disease and migraines...so there is no way I could have sat there and inhaled that stuff. Not sure how they could stand it. Next was the Cujo incident. I have to laugh at this ow, but at the time I was really scared. Our bulldog, Winnie, had to pee at 3 a.m. I took her outside and heard a rustling. My immediate fear was of a bear, but it was a Great Dane walking around by himself. He had on a collar. Usually my first thought when I see a dog all alone is to help him/her, but I was afraid for Winnie's safety. The dog began to walk toward us and was barking in a not-so-friendly way so I rushed Winnie to the door and got in quickly. You live and learn.

Received from Gemini for visit in May 2006


Site Number: None
Stay Again? NO



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