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Set on the southeast shores of Raquette Lake, Golden Beach Campground immerses you in the grandeur and serenity of the Central Adirondack Mountains. There are plenty of opportunities to enjoy the fresh air, whether you're hiking scenic trails, canoeing on the lake, or reeling in your very own catch of the day.

Dreaming of a lakeside getaway? Book an RV in Hamilton County and you can escape to Golden Beach Campground. Choose from almost 200 spacious sites set among mature pines that offer plenty of shade and privacy from your neighbors. The best sites are strung along the lakeshore and treat you to beautiful views and unrivaled solitude – perfect for starting your day with a scenic stroll or refreshing dip.

There are no hookups, making Golden Beach a great option for a back-to-nature getaway. All sites feature picnic tables and fire pits for enjoying your meals outdoors. After all, roasting s'mores and sipping hot chocolate around a campfire fire is a quintessential way to spend an evening in the Adirondacks. The largest sites can accommodate RVs of up to 30 feet in length, making Golden Beach a good option for small to medium-sized rigs.

Like most well-equipped RV campgrounds, Golden Beach features modern bathrooms, showers, and a dump station. Pets are welcome when RV camping at Golden Beach Campground, making it easy to rent an RV that's dog-friendly so you can bring along Fido on your next road trip. Whether you need a petite travel trailer or a rig big enough to fit the whole family, you'll find motorhome rentals near Golden Beach Campground for every style and budget.

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The Great Outdoors

Surrounded by towering fir and white birch trees, the 5,935-acre Raquette Lake provides a picturesque backdrop for swimming, boating, and fishing. The campground is fringed by a sandy beach that's perfect for soaking up the Empire State sunshine. Calm, shallow water makes Golden Beach a favorite with families. Stay after dark to enjoy the spectacular Raquette Lake sunsets.

Raquette Lake is a paradise for anglers, with a healthy population of trout, smallmouth bass, yellow perch, smelt, and other freshwater species. A shallow boat launch makes it easy to launch rowboats, canoes, and small motorboats. If you don't have your own watercraft, you can always rent from local marinas or outfitters. As you paddle along the shoreline, you'll catch glimpses of historic Great Camps of the Adirondack Mountains. Camp Pine Knot is one of the most iconic camps in the Adirondacks and traces its history to 1877.

Feel like stretching your legs? The easy hike to Death Brook Falls meanders for three-tenths of a mile along a stream and takes you to the base of a picturesque 70-foot cascade surrounded by moss-covered rocks. Slim Pond is another popular trail, taking you through the Blue Ridge Wilderness. Bring a rod for the chance to reel in brook and brown trout from the pond.

Exploring the Area

Camping at Golden Beach Campground is a great opportunity to explore the Central Adirondacks. In Newcomb, the Adirondack Park Visitors Interpretive Center is a fantastic introduction to the area. Adirondack Experience - The Museum at Blue Mountain Lake is another not-to-be-missed attraction. Inside the center, you can discover interactive exhibits, take part in guided hikes, and admire cultural artifacts such as historic canoes and indigenous art. Don't leave without snapping a photo on the larger-than-life Adirondack chair.

Golfers can tee off at a handful of courses in the area, including the historic Inlet Golf Club. Designed in the 1920s, it features 18-holes set among the postcard-perfect lakes, rivers, and peaks of the Adirondack Mountains. Art enthusiasts will jump at the chance to see the artworks on display at Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts.

The quaint village of Raquette Lake is a three-mile drive west and is a good place to stock up on the essentials you'll need while camping at Golden Beach Campground. Cozy restaurants and cafes offer a welcome change from your camp kitchen. The town is also a launchpad for scenic cruises on Raquette Lake. Traditional dinner cruises promise chef-inspired cuisine, local wine, and beautiful views.

Albany, the charismatic state capital, is two and a half hours south, making it a great base for kickstarting an Empire State road trip. The city offers a huge selection of RV rentals near Golden Beach Campground, as well as top-tier museums, hip restaurants, and a lively arts and cultural scene. Two and a half hours southwest, Syracuse is another good starting base. Ready to hit the road in your home on wheels? Take your time exploring other New York State gems such as Bear Mountain State Park, Niagara Falls, and the captivating Finger Lakes region.

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