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Crown Point Public Campground


Bridge Road
Crown Point, NY 12928
518.597.3603
No Email Address
http://www.dec.state.ny.us
5 Reviews
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Also The Bridge Restaurant is right over the bridge on the VT side. They have excellent food and ice cream that you can walk off by going back over the bridge. Another great part of the campground is the staff. They are very friendly and since or GPS was not working, they even drew us out a map with directions to all the places we wanted to visit. We will definitely go there again and you should too. If at all possible, book site #3.

Received from Becky for visit in Jun 2013


Site Number: 3
Stay Again? YES
Crown Point is an area that is rich in history and that is about it... This is a place to come if you want to camp and relax. I think it is more of an RV kind of place rather than a tent camping campground. Also if you are looking for waterfront camping you might want to camp here. Some of the site have lake views but access to the water is very limited. Most sites that look like waterside on the map truly are not. Please Visit http://huskyhiker.com/2009/08/12/campground-review-crown-point-public-campground-ny/ for a full review and more pictures...

  

Received from Husky Hiker for visit in Jul 2009


Site Number: 45
Stay Again? YES
I found out that a 'lakeside' site doesn't mean you'll be beside the lake, or even can see the lake!! Make sure you bring plenty of Off for all the bugs!! They were horrible!! Hope it doesn't rain because we found out the campground is on top of clay so it never drains!! We were supposed to stay for a week, but left on our 4th day....we couldn't take it anymore!!

Received from Debbie for visit in Jul 2008


Site Number:None
Stay Again? NO
Very conveniently located for those wishing to explore early American history sites like Fort Ticonderoga (20 minutes to the south) or sites in Vermont. All campgrounds are grassy and will fit anything but the largest RVs. Seems to be more RV oriented than tent oriented. Beautiful views of lower Lake Champlain. Somewhat isolated from supplies except for overpriced nearby convenience store. However there is a Wal-Mart in Ticonderoga and a nice family restaurant just across the bridge to Vermont. Quiet hours and generator hours are, disappointingly, NOT enforced, despite much threatening of 'strict enforcement' in the camp rule sheet.

Received from VW for visit in Jul 2007


Site Number: 47
Stay Again? YES
This is a very big quite well kept state park on lake champlain,where the bridge crosses over to vermont.there is not a lot to do there,very laid back and relaxeing theres a boat launch site,a dock/pier lighthouse,you can fish there theres some sites on the lake but if you dont get there early you wont get a site near the water,those sites are taken up on week ends fairly quick,but there plenty of other sites to chose from shade or sun,this is a no hook up park,theres a dump site and water,showers/toilets. across the road is a historic site with a couple of forts from the 1700s and a visiters center,its a very well kept park,i dont know why it not very busy there other then its off the beaten path,about any size rv can fit there,parking is on grass, not a lot to do in the area except relax,there a museum on the vermont side up the lake a ways heading north,one of my favorite parks for relaxing and fishing and just doing nothing.

Received from Ron S for visit in Aug 2005


Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES



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