Camping

Notice: All state-run campgrounds are currently closed to overnight visitors, through May 31, 2020. This measure is in effect to help control the spread of the novel coronavirus. Campers with reservations through May 31 will receive refunds for their stay. In addition, the state campgrounds are not currently taking new reservations. This will be reviewed by the state Department of Environmental Conservation and updates will be shared as soon as possible.

America's original campground

The Adirondacks has been a leisure-time camping destination for well over a century, and for good reason! From elegant great camps to remote sites set up by grizzled guides, camping in the Adirondacks is a truly American tradition. And the Whiteface Region has every type of camping one can imagine.

Frontcountry camping

For those who would like to sleep out under the stars but still have modern amenities like toilets and running water, the Whiteface Region has a number of drive-in campgrounds. Public and private campgrounds typically have features like bathrooms, showers, fire pits, picnic tables, and safe places to dispose of garbage and recycling. From tents to RVs, frontcountry camping is a great way to experience everything the Whiteface Region has to offer.

Backcountry camping

The more adventurous people in your party may want to get away from the crowds and roads and into the backcountry of the Whiteface Region. And don't worry, there's plenty of backcountry in the roughly 6-million acre Adirondacks! Backcountry camping will require a hike (short or long, your choice) and the sites will likely be little more than a flat place to pitch a tent. But it's hard to beat the peace and serenity that comes with hauling your gear into a remote site.

Glamping

The term "glamping" may generate some scoffs among the hikers in your group, but it's hard to argue with the appeal of having a site already set up for you when you get to the Adirondacks! Enjoy the rustic woods while still having a pool to swim in or a classic summer camp cabin to rest in. And for the more free-spirited campers, Wilmington's own Wilderness Van allows you to rent fully restored VW Westfalia camper vans for your Adirondack adventures!

Regardless of your camping style, sleeping "under the stars" is the perfect way to enjoy your Whiteface Region vacation! And be sure to experience everything the region has to offer, from fishing to cocktails and dinner to mountain biking.

Leave No Trace and Love Your ADK

The magic of the Adirondacks is the result of previous generations taking a long view and protecting the mountains, lakes, and rivers within the Blue Line. That tradition continues today as we support and encourage everyone to practice Leave No Trace ethics, which help protect the lands and waters of the Adirondacks.

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A unique campground beside the Ausable River. Wonderful for anglers ready to challenge the rapids. Olympic Whiteface Mountain is on the other side of the river and other Lake Placid Olympic sites are 8 miles from the campground....
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Wilmington, New York
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xSpectacular 70-acres of towering birch and pine forest at the base of Whiteface Mountain along the Ausable River with gorges and waterfalls. Spacious pull-thru sites. Kamping Kabin Village. Log cabins & Kottages. Heated pool,...
Location:
Wilmington, New York
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Taylor Pond was created by a dam and the campground is on its remote shores. These are the only developments in this 8,000-acre wild area. Camping This small campground is a delight for nature lovers, birders, anglers, and boaters....
Location:
Au Sable Forks, New York
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