Adirondack Gateway Campground

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The Adirondacks are a popular vacation destination in Upstate New York, with lush green mountain scenery and crystal-clear lakes. Adirondack Gateway Campground and Lodge is a convenient place for RV camping near Cold Brook, located in the southwest region of the mountains. The campground is a 30-minute drive northeast of Utica and a 90-minute drive east of Syracuse. Interstate 90 provides easy access to both cities.

The campsites at Adirondack Gateway Campground and Lodge are available with full hookups and can accommodate rigs up to 75 feet in length. Pull the Cold Brook camper rental into one of the wooded sites or settle into an open site for fantastic views of the night sky. WiFi is available in certain spots around the campground, and there are also restrooms, showers, and laundry facilities on site.

While camping at Adirondack Gateway Campground and Lodge, guests can hike three miles of trails, practice their skills at the driving range, and spend time at one of the catch-and-release fishing ponds. The rec hall has a pool table and games, the perfect place to spend a rainy day. Take advantage of a sunny day at the campground's in-ground swimming pool, volleyball court, and horseshoe pits.

The Great Outdoors

When camping in an RV at Adirondack Gateway Campground and Lodge, you'll be near several wilderness areas. Ferris Lake Wild Forest sprawls just east of the campground. Traverse nearly 15 miles of trails to experience the lush, old-growth forests, or take a short scenic drive in the motorhome rental on public access roads running through the park. Bring a kayak or canoe along, and you'll have your choice of waterways to explore, including the Sacandaga River, West Canada Creek, and East Canada Creek. Anglers can hook a variety of species in the waterways found throughout the forest, with common catches including bass, salmon, sunfish, and numerous types of trout.

For some rugged wilderness explorations, head to Hinckley State Forest, just ten miles west of your campsite at Adirondack Gateway Campground. This mostly undeveloped site features impressive scenery and provides visitors with the opportunity to experience New York nature in its purest form. Forge your own forest path as you enjoy hiking, mountain biking, or cross-country skiing. The nearby Hinckley Reservoir offers opportunities for swimming, fishing, kayaking, and canoeing.

Head two hours' drive east to check out one of the Adirondacks' most popular destinations. Lake George covers over 40 square miles, with 170 islands within its boundaries. There are docks and launch sites around the lake, and boat rentals and guided boat tours are available in the town of Lake George. If you're feeling daring, you can also go water skiing or tubing. Many local outfitters provide rental equipment and guidance for these activities. White water rafting is popular here too, with nearby river rapids at their highest during the spring and summer.

There are also several popular fishing spots in Lake George. You can opt to fish from a boat or from one of the many docks on the shores. The lake is stocked with landlocked salmon, but there are a total of 36 species of fish in the water. Some other notable species include black bass, trout, and northern pike. Be sure to check fishing regulations before you go - Lake George has slightly different fishing and boating regulations than the rest of New York. There are several fishing outfitters in Lake George if you need to stock up on gear.

Exploring The Area

There are lots of fun activities to enjoy when RV camping at Adirondack Gateway Campground near Cold Brook. The small town of Cold Brook is just a few miles from the campground and offers a handful of city conveniences, including a couple of gas stations. Restaurants and grocery stores can be found within 15 minutes' drive of Cold Brook, with a more extensive selection of offerings in Utica.

Head 30 minutes' drive south of your Adirondack Gateway campsite to mine for diamonds at the diamond mines in Herkimer. At this unique attraction, you can dig for crystals dating back hundreds of millions of years. Kids of all ages will enjoy sluice mining here, and after you've acquired your jewels, you can stop by the design center to create your own unique piece.

Plan a day trip or two to Utica to check out the city's many sights and attractions. The Utica Zoo is an excellent family-friendly attraction and houses over 200 animals hailing from all over the globe. Guests can partake in animal encounters with Nigerian dwarf goats, camels, and even African lions.

While in Utica, consider a stop at the historic Union Station, a 1914 Italianate-style structure that still provides train service today. Come to appreciate the architecture, watch the workings of the passenger trains, and stay for lunch at the on-site restaurant.

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