New York Camping Guide 2012 - (Page 99)

NEW YORK State Camping/Cabin Reservation System INFORMATION The Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) operates all State campgrounds within the Adirondack and Catskill Forest Preserves. The Office of Parks, Recreation & Historic Preservation (OPRHP) operates all other camping areas and cabins in New York’s state parks. Through the New York State Camping/Cabin Reservation System, you may reserve space, which will guarantee accommodations at any state camping area. Services, programs and facilities vary among campgrounds. Contact the park for current schedules. While reservations are not required, they are highly recommended. You can also rent any available campsite or cabin as a “walkup” on a first-come, first-serve basis when you arrive ready to camp. Fees, policies and Call Center hours are subject to change at any time. MAKING A RESERVATION When can I make a reservation? For OPRHP facilities, you may reserve from 9 months through 1 day in advance of your planned arrival. For DEC facilities you may reserve from 9 months through 2 days in advance of your planned arrival. How do I make a reservation? Online: Telephone: 800-456-CAMP (TTY: 1-800-304-1265) • Six reservations per telephone call for all facilities • December 1-mid-March: Monday-Friday: 9am-5pm; Saturday-Sunday: 9am-12pm • Mid-March-Labor Day: Monday-Friday: 8am-8pm; Saturday-Sunday: 9am-3pm • Day after Labor Day-November 30: Monday-Friday: 9am-5pm; Saturday-Sunday: 9am-12pm How can I identify and confirm my reservation? You will be given a Reservation Number at the time of your reservation. Please record this number and have it available when you register at the campground, cancel, and change or make any inquiry about your reservation. Confirmation of reservation may be printed by Internet users. Phone users may give their email address to receive a confirmation email or may request a written confirmation sent by mail. RESERVATION & RENTAL FEES What does it cost to rent a campsite or cabin? • Reservation fee: $9.00 for campsites, cabins and cottages. • Registration fee: $2.75 for campsites, cabins and cottages (for walk-ups only) • Base Fee: — DEC campgrounds: Rates vary depending on the facility and its amenities. Please visit our website for specific campground rates. — OPRHP parks: $15 except for some primitive sites at Glimmerglass and Cherry Plain which are $12. • Amenity Fees: For some campsites and cabins, additional fees for amenities are added to the base fee. For campsites, these include electricity, prime location, tent platform and weekend/holiday use. For cabins, these include screened porch, open porch, separate living area, woodstove or fireplace, propane or electric heat, water in cabin, shower in cabin, more than 1 bedroom, prime condition, prime location. Out of State residents will pay an extra $5/night for campsites and an extra $6.25/night for cabins. NEW YORK State Camping/Cabin Reservation System 99 |

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of New York Camping Guide 2012

New York Camping Guide 2012
New York State Map
Finger Lakes
Long Island
Thousand Islands
Cabins and Cottages
So You Want To Go Hiking
Fireside Dining

New York Camping Guide 2012