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On the banks of the Hudson River, the River Road Campground sprawls across 82 wooded acres in the Adirondack Mountains. The peaceful, country setting is ideal for a family getaway, with RV sites, tent accommodations, and cabin rentals available.
RV camping at the River Road Campground includes access to 80 sites, with either open, pull-through RV sites or secluded, wooded tent sites. There are clean, modern restrooms, hot showers, and dressing rooms for guests to utilize, as well as a country store where you can purchase camping supplies, souvenirs, and snacks. Wi-Fi is available at the store, in the pavilion, and around the pool area so you can stay in touch with family and friends back home.
Cool off during the summer months in River Road Campground’s swimming pool or take a dip from the beach on the Hudson River, with fishing also possible from the docks that dot the riverside. Pets are welcome to stay with you and can enjoy a run in the off-leash pet exercise area while there’s a billiard table, volleyball courts, and horseshoes to keep all ages entertained.
Camp in an RV near Corinth and spend a day exploring Moreau Lake State Park, which sprawls across more than 4,500 acres along the Hudson River. It’s traversed by over 20 miles of hiking trails, as well as being a popular destination for snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, and ice fishing during the winter months. If you’re visiting during the summer months, you can go paddling and fishing on Moreau Lake or just soak up the sunshine on the lakeside beach. Beach lounges and umbrellas can be rented during the summer while snowshoes are available during the winter season.
If you drive in the other direction along the Hudson River, you’ll arrive at the Pharaoh Lake Wilderness Area, which is scattered with 39 bodies of water, including the namesake Pharaoh Lake. It encompasses over 46,000 acres and is traversed by more than 60 miles of hiking trails, including the 7.5-mile-long Sucker Brook Trail and the 3.3-mile Pharaoh Lake Trail. Although motorboats are not allowed within the wilderness area, kayaks and canoes are, with Crane Pond, Goose Pond, and Berrymill Pond among the most popular paddling areas. All waters are also open to fishing, with the opportunity to lure both wild and stocked species.
Camping at River Road Campground is a good base for exploring the Silver Lake Wilderness, which lies directly west of the RV park. Aside from more than 40 bodies of water, the wilderness is blanketed in rolling hills of spruce and balsam and large swamp areas that make it a popular hiking and backpacking destination. Stretch your legs along part of the long-distance Northville-Placid Trail, which extends 138 miles through the Adirondack Mountains, with the stretch from Hamilton Lake to the summit of Hamilton Mountain seeing the most foot traffic.
River Road Campground is just five minutes’ drive from the center of Corinth, which is home to a couple of supermarkets where you can stock up on grocery supplies. There are also gas stations here if you need to fill up your RV rental, as well as a few restaurants and fast-food eateries for dining out.
While you’re visiting Corinth, stop in at the Corinth Museum where old photographs, artifacts, and memorabilia from the town’s earliest years are displayed.
A 10-minute drive north of River Road Campground is the local rec center, a family-friendly destination for river tubing and tree-top pursuits. Embark on a lazy river adventure while soaking up the natural scenery of the Adirondacks or get a bird’s-eye view of the forest while tackling the rope climbs and zip lines of the state-of-the-art aerial adventure course.
Motorhome camping in Corinth is also a good base for visiting Saratoga Springs, which is named after the area’s mineral springs and has been a resort destination for more than 200 years. It’s also renowned as a thoroughbred horse racing hub, home to the Saratoga Race Course and the National Museum of Racing. Admire the horse paintings and learn about legends of the sport at the Hall of Fame, then rejuvenate in the mineral baths and pools of the Saratoga Spa State Park. If you’re an auto-enthusiast, don’t miss a visit to the Saratoga Automobile Museum where classic cars and vintage racing vehicles are on display.
Whether you want to explore the lakes and hiking trails of the Adirondack Mountains or discover the region’s horse racing history, book an RV in Saratoga County and start planning your next vacation.