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Do you dream of going on that perfect camping vacation where you spend some time fishing in crystal-clear mountain ponds, get to see absolutely stunning nature, and experience all sorts of adventures, history, and culture before cozying up by the campfire when darkness falls? If so, you need to book an RV in Warren County right now so you can go camping at King Phillips Campground. Bring your kids and your pets, play some horseshoes and badminton and have long picnics at the pavilion. Make new friends in the rec room and at activities like flower pot making, learning to tie knots, and making watercolor art by the swimming pool.
When RV camping at King Phillips Campground, you can choose between shaded or sunny sites, most of which are both pull-through and have full hookups - including cable TV. There are also restrooms, clean showers, and laundromats with both washers and dryers, and you can even park your boat at this lovely RV park that also has security guards. You can find most things you’d need - including RV supplies, gifts, and snacks - in the camp store, and there’s WiFi in case you’d want to use a little technology.
King Phillips Campground camping is great, but what makes it absolutely fantastic is the proximity to all sorts of attractions. Check out the village of Lake George, spend some time in Glens Falls, or drive to the bigger cities of Saratoga Springs and Albany - and don’t forget about the amazing outdoor recreation opportunities, such as whitewater rafting. Lakes and mountains meet amusement parks and vintage entertainment in this beautiful area. Oh, and there’s golf, too.
Start your outdoor fun with a visit to Lake George Recreation Park, which just happens to be really close to your RV rental at King Phillips Campground. This is an ideal place to give your legs a stretch and work up an appetite for dinner, with its fields where you can play baseball, softball, and soccer. You might need to make a reservation because many people want to make the most of this beautiful area. You can also play basketball, visit the dog park, and enjoy the trails, some of which are for cross-country skiing whereas others are mixed-use. There are both restrooms and picnic tables, so you can stay all day long if you want.
Also close to your Lake George RV rental is Lake George Battlefield Park, where you can combine trees, grass, and views of the lake with some interesting history. This land has seen many wars, both between Algonquin and Iroquois tribes and between Britain and the American colonists, which is hard to believe when you see how peaceful the area is. Stroll past statues of historical figures such as General William Johnson and King Hendrick of the Mohawks, and stop by one of the tables for a picnic. You can also visit the Fort William Henry Museum, where history comes to life.
A bit farther away but still close to your motorhome rental in Lake George you’ll find Silver Lake Wilderness, a stunning area located in the Adirondack Forest Preserve. Mother Nature has been free to do as she pleases in this forest made up of rivers, wetlands, and rolling hills with summits providing you with the most amazing views. Go for a long hike, sit down by the water, or try to see how many animals you can spot - it’s completely your choice.
Whether you choose to book an RV rental in Lake George in the fall or not, you’ll get the most astoundingly beautiful views of the blue lakes and green, red, and yellow trees in this area. Go on a hot air balloon ride, have a delicious dinner at one of the lakeside restaurants, or treat yourself to a dinner cruise on Lake George. You can also go see a play at the theater and do some shopping, so you’d better leave some space in your suitcase.
Despite being so beautiful, the area around Lake George also provides you with some really scary stuff. Other than Fright Fest at Six Flags Great Escape & Hurricane Harbor, which lasts a whole month, you can find many graveyard tours and walks where people of the past come alive, happy to tell you all about their lives - and deaths. If you’re brave enough, you can also go to the House of Frankenstein Wax Museum, based on classic literature and traditional aspects of early wax museums, and it’s scary. Really, really scary.
Explore all of this and more when you book an RV rental in Lake George, NY.