Coles Creek State Park
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Introduction

Coles Creek State Park features a marina, open and wooded campsites amidst lush vegetation, and a swimming beach with refreshing breezes which makes the park a great site for relaxation, refreshment and recreational activities. This state park, located on the south shore of Lake St. Lawrence, east of Waddington, New York, is a must-visit on your next RV vacation. The marina in the park lies just north of the park entrance and has a garage where boat rental services and boat supplies are available. Additionally, Lake St. Lawrence which borders Coles Creek Park is a great site for fishing and swimming.

Coles Creek State Park has 228 campsites, including 147 campsites equipped with electric hookups for RVs. Amenities at the park include boat launches, camper recreation (accessible), campsites, dockage, dumping stations, grills, marina, pavilions (accessible), picnic tables (accessible), playgrounds, powerboats, showers (accessible), swimming beach, and tent/trailer sites (accessible). Other activities to enjoy at the park include jet skiing and cross-country skiing, as well as canoeing.

At the park, during peak season, a camping party and their equipment may occupy a site for a maximum of 14 continuous days. After which, the camping party and equipment must leave the site and facility for 2 days before registering again for another site.

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Transportation in Coles Creek State Park

Driving

Coles Creek State Park is an easy drive-in park located on the south shore of Lake St. Lawrence, east of Waddington, off Route 37. The park is easily accessible by RVs and trailers, and consists of local roads that make the different parts of the park easy to navigate and locate in vehicles and rigs. There are no driving restrictions within the park.

Parking

There is only one parking area for RVs, trailers, and cars in Coles Creek State Park, and this large parking lot is located around camping loop B in the eastern part of the park. Overnight parking is available for RV campers at the park.

Public Transport

There are no public transportation facilities available at Coles Creek State Park.

Campgrounds and parking in Coles Creek State Park

Campsites in Coles Creek State Park

Reservations camping

Pines Camping Area

Pines camping area in Coles Creek State Park features 25 pet-friendly campsites available for RVs and tents. Some of the campsites are wheelchair accessible. The loop does not have electric hookups for RVs, but some of the camps have access to waterfront. RV length limit in the Loop C campground is 20 feet. Campfires are allowed in designated fireplaces in this campground. Amenities at this campground include a water fill-up station and a trailer dump station nearby. You can stay for up to 14 days at a time at this campground.

Loop C

Loop C camping area in Coles Creek State Park features 49 pet-friendly campsites available for RVs and tents. Some of the campsites are wheelchair accessible. The loop is equipped with electric hookups for RVs, and some of the campsites have access to waterfront. RV length limit in the Loop C campground is 40 feet. Campfires are allowed in designated fireplaces in this campground. Amenities at this campground include restrooms and showers, telephone, first aid station, and water fill-up stations. You can stay for up to 14 days at a time at this campground.

Loop B

Loop B camping area in Coles Creek State Park features 45 pet-friendly campsites available for RVs and tents. Some of the campsites are wheelchair accessible. The loop is equipped with electric hookups for RVs. RV length limit in the Loop B campground is 40 feet. Campfires are allowed in designated fireplaces in this campground. Amenities at this campground include restrooms and showers, picnic areas, playgrounds, telephone, and water fill-up stations. You can stay for up to 14 days at a time at this campground.

Loop A South

Loop A South camping area in Coles Creek State Park features 59 pet-friendly campsites available for RVs and tents. Some of the campsites are wheelchair accessible. The loop is equipped with electric hookups for RVs, and some of the campsites have access to waterfronts. RV length limit in the Loop A South campground is 40 feet. Amenities at this campground include restrooms and showers, water fill-up station, and a trailer dump station. Campfires are allowed in designated fireplaces in the campground. You can stay for up to 14 days at a time at this campground.

Loop A North

Loop A North camping area in Coles Creek State Park consists of 52 pet-friendly campsites available for RVs and tents. Some of the campsites are wheelchair accessible. The loop is equipped with electric hookups for RVs, and some of the campsites have access to waterfronts. RV length limit in the Loop A North campground is 40 feet. Amenities at this campground include restrooms and showers, and water fill-up station. Campfires are allowed in designated fireplaces in the campground. You can stay for up to 14 days at a time at this campground.

First-come first-served

Alternate camping

Seasonal activities in Coles Creek State Park

In-Season

Sports Activities

Don’t miss out on the friendly and competitive sports activities at Coles Creek State Park on your RV holiday. The park is equipped with sportsgrounds such as a basketball field, volleyball field, and baseball/softball field. Hence, you can compete with friends, family, or other campers on holiday at Coles Creek State Park and enjoy sportsmanship as you showcase your basketball, volleyball, or baseball skills while having fun.

Beach

Coles Creek State Park is known for its small but picturesque beach located near campsites where RV campers can relax, refresh, and connect. The beautiful view of Lake St. Lawrence which you get on the beach is one of the most attractive features of the park. When you walk down to the waterfront and sit on a bench, you get to enjoy the peace and quiet while appreciating the beautiful surroundings whether you’re reading a book or having a nice time with family and/or friends on RV vacation with you.

Picnicking

Coles Creek State Park is a well-loved destination by RV campers for its unique picnic experiences. Campers who are visiting the park with their family and/or friends are the most excited about the picnicking opportunities in Coles Creek State Park. The park has moderate-sized and large-sized picnic pavilions to cater for the RV campers’ picnicking needs. The modestly-sized picnic pavilion is conveniently located between the beach and the playground, and the large picnic pavilion provides shelter from weather elements. Around the picnic areas are playgrounds which provide scenic views of Lake St. Lawrence.

Off-Season

Hunting

There are designated hunting areas in Coles Creek State Park where campers on RV vacation can bring their adventurous spirits to life. Waterfowl hunting is permitted in the park in season, and deer hunting is also allowed. So, pack your hunting gear in your RV and go hunting for waterfowl and deer in the park.

Swimming

There are designated swimming areas for visitors and campers on holiday at Coles Creek State Park. These swimming areas have lifeguards present for safety. So, ensure you come along with your swimming trunks and gear because you are going to have a wonderful experience swimming in the water of Coles Creek State Park. The park makes continuous effort to provide safe swimming opportunities for all visitors and campers.

Boating

Boat lovers have the best time at Coles Creek State Park. The park features a Marina where seasonal boat docks are available for rent. Hence, if you didn’t come on the trip to Coles Creek State Park with your boat, the park has got you covered. What’s more, you can repair and/or winterize your boat at the marina garage. The marina is equipped with showers, restrooms, and boat supplies. Powerboating is also an activity that RV campers love to engage in during their holiday at Coles Creek State Park. All visitors coming to the park with their boats are required to have their boats cleaned, drained, and dry to reduce the transport of aquatic invasives.

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