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Less than 30 minutes’ drive from the heart of Albany, the Alps Family Campground feels a world away in what is a scenic, country paradise. It’s accessed along a tree-lined drive and framed by a meandering creek, with numerous nature trails departing directly from the RV park.
RV camping at Alps Family Campground includes access to full hookup and water and electric-only RV sites, with both pull-through and back-in sites available. Fire rings and picnic tables are provided at each site, and the campground also has camping cabins with double and bunk beds.
Pets are welcome to stay with you at Alps Family Campground, and there are clean restrooms, showers, and laundry facilities. You’ll also find a swimming pool and a children’s playground, as well as a recreation room for wet weather days. Kids can let off some steam on the basketball court and softball field, and enjoy the RV campground’s weekend hayrides.
Camp in an RV near Averill Park and spend a day exploring the Cherry Plain State Park, which centers around the scenic waters of Black River Pond. Soak up the sunshine on the lakeside beach and take a dip in the refreshing waters, with a children’s playground where young kids can run loose. Anglers can try their luck at luring bass, bullhead, and pickerel, or you can grab a boat at the rental store to get out on the water. If you prefer to stay dry, stretch your legs on the nine miles of hiking trails that wind around the pond while keeping your eyes peeled for white-tailed deer and moose.
Trekkers who want to experience part of the legendary Appalachian Trail can travel across the border into neighboring Massachusetts to visit the Mount Greylock State Reservation. It’s named after the highest peak in the state, which rises to 3,489 feet and can be accessed on foot or along the road that connects with the summit. From the top of Mount Greylock, soak up the sweeping views across Massachusetts, Vermont, and New York, then pay your respects at the 93-foot-tall Veterans War Memorial. In addition to the 11.5-mile section of the Appalachian Trail, the reserve also boasts an additional 60 miles of hiking, mountain biking, and cross-country skiing trails.
Also in Massachusetts is the Wahconah Falls State Park, which is named after a picturesque cascade along the Wahconah Falls Brook. It’s framed by northern hardwood forests that provide an ideal place to relax while wading and swimming at the base of the waterfall. Wahconah Falls State Park is located adjacent to the Windsor Reservoir and just a stone’s throw from Cleveland Brook, a scenic green space on the edge of Dalton.
The campsites at Alps Family Campground are less than 10 minutes’ drive from Averill Park where you’ll find supermarkets for stocking up on grocery supplies. There are also gas stations here if you need to fill up your RV rental and a couple of restaurants for dining out. Alternatively, you can make the 30-minute drive into Albany where you’ll find a diverse range of eateries and all the services you need.
Albany is home to plenty of museums to engage young and old, including the New York State Museum, which focuses on the region’s cultural and natural diversity. Admire the Hudson River School paintings on display at the Albany Institute of History and Art or join a guided tour of the USS Slater that’s moored on the Hudson River. Now designated as a U.S. National Historic Landmark, this Cannon-class destroyer escort is named after Frank O. Slater, a sailor who was killed during the Naval Battle of Guadalcanal.
While visiting Albany, don’t miss a visit to the New York State Capitol whose Romanesque and Renaissance-style rooms can be explored on a guided tour. Another landmark to tick off your list is the iconic Egg Performing Arts Center, which forms part of the sprawling Empire State Plaza. Stroll along the walking trails that wind beside its reflecting pools or head to the picturesque gardens of Washington Park.
Traveling with kids? Don’t miss a visit to the Children's Museum of Science and Technology, which is located in the city of Troy on the outskirts of Albany. It features a range of hands-on exhibits to inspire young minds, as well as a collection of living animals. Before leaving, browse the science and tech-themed gifts for sale at the museum store where you’ll also find a good collection of children’s toys.
Whether you want to trek part of the Appalachian Trail or explore the sights of Albany, book an RV in Rensselaer County and start planning your next vacation.