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We always have a fabulous time at Rogers Rock. I come with my family, my brothers and sisters and their broods. We all get neighboring campsites and enjoy the quietness of the woods. Sometimes the bathrooms get a little crazy but when you bring it...More
The views are stunning once you reach the summit. The trails are not clearly marked and there is no indication of how long nor how difficult the paths are. Not for novices. The wild blueberries are delicious!
Rogers Rock adds another bit of interest to this beautiful and historic lake. With Fort William Henry at her feet, Fort Ticonderoga as her crown, the Queen offers beauty and history, including this scenic cliff at which the 1758 Battle on Snowshoes took place, during...More
I recall camping here in the 80's and remembering a pristine place that was clean and private.
The sites still provide some privacy, but some areas are beginning to feel like "parking lot" campsites. I camp in a tent, so I like to feel like...More
Made reservations and drove four hours from Rochester, NY. Our campsite was across 9N from the check in booth. Both sides of 9N were deeply rutted making crossing with a travel trailer extremely dangerous! The "paved road" around the campsites was narrow with drop offs...More
My friend introduced me to this campground and I have only had good experiences when coming here. If you want to have a good water front camping experience then this is the place. Even the sites that are not by the water might be on...More
Our first time camping here was for Labor Day Weekend 2015. Close to the Vermont border, with beautiful scenery on the drive from NH, as well as in the park itself. We had site 74, and if you're going to camp here, definitely make sure...More
Enjoy camping on large, mostly treed lots on Lake George, a beautiful lake for water sports of all kinds. Hiking trails, especially to the top of Roger's Rock, provide fun as well as gorgeous views. Sites are non electric with shared water. Hot showers available....More