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Green Lakes State Park, located in Fayetteville, New York, is a 1,900-acre expanse of enchanting woodlands and lakes. Officially founded in 1928, Green Lakes State Park attracts thousands of visitors keen to experience the beauty of the park's lakes and landscape. From hiking and swimming in the summer to snowshoeing and skiing in the winter, there's plenty to do and see here!

The most unique and memorable attractions for visitors will likely be the two center lakes, Round Lake and Green Lake. These striking turquoise lakes are both meromitric, which means the layers of their waters don't mix. The bottom layers of both lakes are colder than the top and protect a fragile ecosystem of rare plant and animal life. Rent an RV in Onondaga County and uncover the mysteries of the most studied meromitric lakes in the U.S.

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Getting Outdoors

A fun and relaxing time here at Green Lakes State Park is easy. Head on over to the beach to cool off. Swimming is only permitted in the marked swimming areas, which can get crowded occasionally. Rowboats, kayaks, and paddleboats are available for rent, too, but personal boats aren't allowed.

Tee off at Green Lakes State Park Golf Course, widely considered one of the best courses in the state. Golf course amenities include a pro shop and on-site restaurant.

The fun doesn't stop in winter. Green Lakes State Park remains open all year for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. The park has 15 miles available for skiers, and the golf course is also open to snowshoers in the winter.

It goes without saying that photography is a popular activity at Green Lakes State Park. Both Green Lake and Round Lake are reflective and still, making them perfect for photos. Try visiting in autumn when New York's trees turn shades of orange and red. Alternatively, in the summer, the beaches, birds, and flowers provide excellent photo opportunities for amateur and professional photographers alike.

Camping at Green Lakes State Park

Outdoor enthusiasts camping in an RV at Green Lakes State Park will have 142 sites to choose from. About half of these sites come with electric hookups. Near the campsites, you'll find a clean bathhouse with flush toilets, a dump station, and a playground for the kids. Hot showers are available for campers as well as comfort stations. The maximum length for RV rentals is 60 feet.

Full hookups are available at some sites, and site terrain ranges from paved to sand to grass. Select sites are available for guests with disabilities. Most sites are somewhat spacious and partially shaded. Pets are welcome in the campground as long as they stay on a leash.

Planning to camp in an RV at Green Lakes State Park? Although the park is open year-round, the campgrounds are only open from May to October. Book your site as soon as one day prior to arrival or as far as nine months in advance. In addition to the RV camping sites, Green Lakes State Park also offers seven cabins.

Exploring the Area

When you've called time on your Green Lakes State Park camping adventure, crank up the RV rental and set out to continue your road trip through the Empire State. You'll find several major highways and interstate routes within a 30-minute drive, including NY-290, I-90, and I-81. Once you've restocked your supplies and topped up the gas tank, take time to explore the big-ticket attractions of Onondaga County.

In Chittenango, just over seven miles from Fayetteville, is the Wild Animal Park. This well-maintained zoo is home to both exotic and native animals. Here, you can see zebras, giraffes, sheep, and many more interesting species that are all well cared for and fun to admire. This is an amazing opportunity for the little ones, and at certain times, you can even feed the animals! Rent an RV in Madison County and explore the rest of the area, as the activities nearby are endless and perfect for all ages.

Downtown Syracuse is just ten miles west of the park and offers a variety of activities if you're simply looking for a nice day on a budget. Explore the city on foot along the Onondaga Creekwalk, which meanders for two and a half miles from downtown to the shores of Onondaga Lake. Everson Museum of Art, the Museum of Science and Technology, and Rosamond Gifford Zoo are also worth a visit. When you've finished exploring the city, park your rental RV overnight in one of the many lush campgrounds scattered around Syracuse.

There's plenty more to do around Syracuse and Fayetteville. Rent an RV and start planning a motorhome camping trip you'll cherish for years to come!

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