Campers and RV vacationers find more outdoor recreation and adventure in New York State than in any other camping destination in the United States. An RV vacation to any of the 9 camping regions in New York creates memories the whole family can enjoy for generations.
Explore these New York camping and RV regions to plan your perfect vacation.
Allegheny Region: The Allegheny State Park is known for breathtaking scenery with views of local wildlife and plenty of water sports activities select from a large variety of campgrounds and RV Parks ... [more]
Greater Niagara Falls Region: This region offers the spectacular falls, railroad museum and Letchworth State Park - The Grand Canyon of the East, making this a very popular camping destination drawing visitors from all over the world ... [more]
Finger Lakes Region: Finger Lakes offers unique attraction, lakes and rivers for fishing, quaint farm villages and designated wine trails, families can enjoy the picturesque countryside and visit the several museums ... [more]
1000 Islands: The native peoples called this region the "Garden of the Great Spirit". With over 1860 islands to explore this region is filled with romance, history and culture ... [more]
The Adirondacks: The Adirondacks region is both wild and civilized in nature. Set in an immense, lush area of northern New York, this region is home to more than 3,000 lakes and ponds and thousands of miles of hiking trails ... [more]
Leatherstocking Region: Central New York is known as the Leatherstockings Region, named after James Fenemore Cooper’s “The Leather Stockings Tales.” The region is rich in history with many things to do ... [more]
Catskills Camping Region: Enjoy the lush surroundings of the Catskills region's pristine forests, waterfalls, mountains and quaint towns. The Catskills has been a favorite vacation destination for decades. This is a popular fly-fishing area, and sponsors some large summer festivals ...[more]
Hudson Valley and New York City Area: The Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area is one of only 27 federally designated heritage areas. The Taconic State Parkway provides a scenic and winding route through the region and is restricted to passenger traffic only. Step back in time at historic mansions of Hyde Park, including the homes of the Franklin D. Roosevelt and the Vanderbilt Family. Visit the many antique shopping areas known in this area ... [more]