Waterloo Harbor Campground

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A tranquil waterfront campground near Syracuse, Waterloo Harbor Campground could be the perfect headquarters for your outdoorsy vacation. On Highway 20 in Seneca County, just minutes from Waterloo, the campground is just a stone’s throw away from some of the best state parks in the region. You can start hiking on nature trails or join the Cayuga-Seneca Cycle Trail directly from the campground. For cultural and historical sites, Waterloo Harbor Campground is only a short drive from nearby hamlets and villages.

At this RV park, you can choose from campsites with full hookups (water/electric/sewer) or water/electric-only hookups with 30/50 amp service. Guests can make use of the campground's shower facilities, laundry room, and restrooms. Plus, you can stay connected with on-site WiFi. For your basic needs, you can shop at the camp’s general store and purchase firewood for an evening campfire.

When it comes to keeping the kids entertained, this family-friendly Finger Lakes campground ticks a lot of boxes. On-site, there are bicycle rentals and watersport rentals available, including canoes, kayaks, and paddleboats. You can team up with your neighbors for a game of tetherball and sand volley or make use of the horseshoe pits and cornhole. There’s also a badminton area and basketball hoop, plus a large open field for Frisbee, football, or family games. You’ll find plenty to keep all the family entertained while you’re RV camping here.

The Great Outdoors

One of the first places you can visit when you’re RV camping at Waterloo Harbor Campground is Cayuga Lake State Park. Its grassy lawns and picnic areas make this park perfect for a relaxing afternoon in the fresh air, but it also offers several recreational activities. You can play a round of basketball in the day-use area, swim in the lake, or launch your own boat. Both paddle crafts and motorized boats are permitted. During the winter season, Cayuga Lake State Park is one of the most popular cross-country ski centers in the Finger Lakes Region. Just remember to bring your own skis, snowshoes, or sleds.

Another popular spot is Sampson State Park, located on the eastern side of Seneca Lake. It’s just 20 minutes' drive away from your campsite at Waterloo Harbor Campground. Formerly a military training area, this state park is ideal for history buffs as well as watersport enthusiasts. Here you can take a walk around the Military Museum or photograph the statues and wartime monuments that are scattered throughout the grounds. After, you can take a swim, canoe, and kayak, or launch your own motorized boat. On dry land, you can follow one of the two lakeside hiking trails and watch for birdlife. In Sampson State Park, a wide variety of bird species inhabit the area all year round.

For hiking and lakeside views, Taughannock Falls State Park would be a great finale for your RV rental vacation. With 750 acres of lakeside shoreline and dramatic gorges to discover, you’ll have plenty of scenic views to enjoy. You can hike through white oak and maple tree woodland to the Lower Falls or Upper Falls, two of the best spots in the park for viewing birdlife. Or, take an easier lakeside trail. If you visit during the spring, you’ll see a colorful array of wildflowers. Plus, there are road and off-road trails suitable for cyclists. For swimming, make your way to a sandy beach on the banks of Cayuga Lake before returning to town.

Explore the Area

While you’re renting an RV, you might want to explore some of the nearby villages, stop at a winery, or visit one of the region's museums. Seneca Falls is just a 15-minute drive away. Here you can find a good selection of cafes and restaurants, from American diners to pizzerias and Mexican restaurants. There are also a handful of small shopping malls and independent stores. Traveling without kids? You might like to sample some local beverages at Seneca Falls’ brewery.

One of the most important historical attractions in town is the Women’s Rights National Historical Park. The park is made up of four historic properties that were significant to the first Women’s Rights Convention in 1848. Here you can browse exhibitions dedicated to the history of women’s rights or take a ranger-led tour of the area. You might want to pair this with a visit to the National Women’s Hall of Fame. This unique museum celebrates the lives of inspirational American women throughout the ages.

Another point of interest is the Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry. At this museum, you can learn how trade and culture developed in the Finger Lakes as a result of the Cayuga-Seneca Canal. Inside, you can see original tools and equipment, miniature railways, and life-sized statues.

There’s something for everyone to see and do when you camp in an RV near Seneca Falls.

Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds

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  • Geneva Lakefront Trail, NYGeneva, NY
  • Esker Brook Nature Trail, NYMontezuma National Wildlife Refuge, NY
  • Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge - Wildlife Drive, NYMontezuma National Wildlife Refuge, NY
  • Great Gully Falls Trail, NYUnion Springs, NY
  • Double Drop Falls (2 falls) , NYPhelps, NY
  • Sampson Memorial Walk, NYSampson State Park, NY
  • Ontario Pathway Rail Trail -Stanley to Phelps, NYGeneva, NY
  • Sarah Coventry Loop Trail, NYNewark, NY
  • Lakeshore Trail, NYSampson State Park, NY
  • Malone's Creekside Trail, NYMontezuma National Wildlife Refuge, NY

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