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Old 03-13-2015, 11:26 AM   #21
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No reason to be confused. There are two Moose Hillock campgrounds! Same owner. Original one is in the White Mtns of NH. Lake George one is new. LG is an RV resort that's family oriented. Big and busy prime season! Sites are level and groomed along with roads. Not at all a rustic CG but also not a field. We tend to camp outside of LG and day trip, but we were invited to meets up with friends at Moose in LG last season.
Ah. Ok. So they are expanding. That makes sense.
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We went with LGRV park, but it was a crap shoot, but the walking/biking paths close to lots of stuff sold us. Lots of good advise her, thanks! We will certainly check out the others while we are there!
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Old 03-13-2015, 01:16 PM   #23
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We went with LGRV park, but it was a crap shoot, but the walking/biking paths close to lots of stuff sold us. Lots of good advise her, thanks! We will certainly check out the others while we are there!
Great. Let us know your thoughts.

Btw. they have wi-fi so you can still chat with us while your there.

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Have fun! We drive thru all the campgrounds and ask for a campground map and as we drive thru we mark the sites we like for next time!
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Old 03-16-2015, 10:10 AM   #25
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Dw and I stayed at King Phillips CG last July, just 3 miles outside of the town of Lake George. It is the closest private CG to Lake George. It too is on the bike path and that is why we went there a second time, our first about four years ago. We rode our bikes right from the camp site into town, locked them up to a street sign and spent the day in town. Family owned, their prices are considerably cheaper than the "chain/corp. CG's" plus they are a Good Sam park so you save an additional 10%. LGCG looked nice from the bike path, put it is near the intersection of Rt. 9 NO./SO. where there is an Outlet Mall. Traffic is horrendous and it can take you more than a half hour to go a mile or so because their is only one traffic signal with out turn arrows with cars waiting to turn left.
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Old 03-16-2015, 05:50 PM   #26
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Dw and I stayed at King Phillips CG last July, just 3 miles outside of the town of Lake George. It is the closest private CG to Lake George. It too is on the bike path and that is why we went there a second time, our first about four years ago. We rode our bikes right from the camp site into town, locked them up to a street sign and spent the day in town. Family owned, their prices are considerably cheaper than the "chain/corp. CG's" plus they are a Good Sam park so you save an additional 10%. LGCG looked nice from the bike path, put it is near the intersection of Rt. 9 NO./SO. where there is an Outlet Mall. Traffic is horrendous and it can take you more than a half hour to go a mile or so because their is only one traffic signal with out turn arrows with cars waiting to turn left.
Grrreeeeaaatttt! Now that I already booked at LGRV. I hate, hate, hate traffic. I never get it right.
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scmom, sorry! You'll be ok, ask the locals at the park how to get around the outlet mall and traffic signal. You'll enjoy Lake George. If you have time take a moonlight cruise on the Minnie HaHa paddle wheel boat. Starts out at 9pm, I think tics were $22 each. If you like music they have a trip with a great local band that plays pop top 50 1980's and up. Fun to dance on the boat. Minnie stopped in the middle of the lake and gave us one of the best firework shows DW and I have seen in some time. Also, go to LG tourism website and you can download and print many discount coupons to restaurants and attractions in the area. We were up there last July 23 for my birthday and we used the website to find the best restaurant in town, and it's not in town!
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Old 03-19-2015, 03:16 PM   #28
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Lake George rv park , great place , have been camping there for a few years
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Grrreeeeaaatttt! Now that I already booked at LGRV. I hate, hate, hate traffic. I never get it right.

Don't worry. You really don't have to drive too much. Great (and cheap) trolley system to get into town. We only used our car to stock up at Walmart and do some souvenir shopping. Our second time, we didn't even tow the car. LGRV park was/is one of the best parks we've been at across the nation. Take advantage of all of the amenities available. Two pools/paddleboats/bike trails/movies (free)/shows/tennis/baseball/basketball/fishing and on and on..... And bring your dog. Just built an incredible off leash dog park last year. This place is pricey, but you definitely (imho) get what you pay for here.

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Rogers Rock Campground (north west lake area) was so big and well kept with dense forest. Also has boat anchoring for lakefront campers who have boats. beautiful area.
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