Old Forge Camping Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsOld Forge Camping Resort
What a place! Extremely active campground with entertaining Halloween activities each weekend. The entire campground seems to take part in the activities-decorating their spaces, donning Halloween costumes, trick or treating and a hugely popular Karaoke night for kids and adults.
We also appreciated the great location-just a very short drive to Old Forge.
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Travel Blogs from Old Forge
Once we heard that the Fall colors were at their peak in the Adirondack Mountains, we just had to take a drive up. Over the years we have spent countless long weekends and memorable vacations in the rugged Adirondacks and wanted to check out the colors. Those in the know had said that the colors were the most dramatic in years-they were right! …
... vignettes that ached of my Grandmother Richmond. Supper smells from a gas fed kitchen. Danish butter cookies and lemon ice water on a burnished table. Fireplace mantles that graced a single enormous chimney in three living areas. A wrap-a-round porch with the dinner bell and a luscious view of lawn and lake. I had been away for a long, long time and for the next 16 hours I was home. ...
... rewarded with thrilling down hill adventures. The scenery was punctuated by dramatic, long views of neighboring mountain ranges lined up in a row. Here in the Adirondacks, I feel like Surly and I are hitched on a roller coaster billowing over randomly arranged domes. As I spin through the forest of pine, cedar and hemlocks, my view is the next bend in the road. I can only see the mountain tops gracing ...
... is Algonquins for "bark eaters," which was the derisive label given to the destitute Indians who resided here. Like the deer, they were reduced to eating tree bark to survive through the harsh winters."
Early in my ride, I encountered the closed Black River bridge. Dan from the campground gave me a complicated detour ...
... I stopped to talk with a group of fishermen from Colorado. They had just arrived in Oswego County to begin their annual, salmon run fishing expedition. The anglers predicted the temperatures would be ideal for fishing in the next few days. Today, they were fishing from the bridge, but during the peak season ...