Rogers Rock Campground RV & Campground Guide
Rogers Rock Campgroundis in Upstate New York, with a location on the western end of Lake George. Nearby towns in his area include Hague, Ticonderoga and Adirondack. The lake provides ideal swimming, fishing and boating opportunities, and there's ample room for activities thanks to the lake being 3 miles across. A boat launch in the park offers easy access to the Lake George Islands where you can enjoy some solitude. Bicycling and hiking are two other activities that are quite popular here, with plenty of beautiful trails to enjoy.
RV Resorts & Campsites in Rogers Rock Campground
When you decide to set out and explore a park like Rogers Rock Campground, nothing really compares to traveling in an RV. Renting a vehicle through RVshare makes travel to these locations easier and provides you with a convenient place to stay during the trip.
Ledgeview RV Park
Ledgeview RV Park has 131 sites that start between $51 and $59 daily. There are both weekly and monthly options available, and they all have full hookups. Guests that need to buy anything during their stay will find a fully-stocked store on-site. Recumbent bikes are available for rent, and the park also has shuffleboard courts and a recreational hall with pool and ping-pong tables.
Lake George RV Park
Lake George RV Park features a total of 350 sites that start between $69 and $115 daily with full hookups. These sites are 30/50 amp and have both back-in and pull-through options. The park has free Wi-Fi access, six pickleball courts, an indoor pool and an outdoor water park for maximum enjoyment.
Lake George / Saratoga KOA
Lake George / Saratoga KOA has back-in and pull-through sites with full hookups. A pool and hot tub are available, as well as firewood and access to Wi-Fi. Visitors are advised to call about daily rates and availability at this pet-friendly location.
Whispering Pines Campsites & RV Park
Whispering Pines Campsites & RV Park has 70 RV sites starting from $43-$50 a day with full hookups, 30/50 amp and back-in or pull-through options. The 75-acre park has Wi-Fi and propane refilling available. Guests have access to a camp store and can also buy meals and snacks from the Pine Cone Cafe.
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What to Do at
Rogers Rock Campground
Inside Rogers Rock Campground
Rogers Rock Campground has a petroglyph site that provides a fascinating look into Native American culture. You can easily watch migratory bird species, such as different types of ducks and geese. The lake is perfect for activities like canoeing, jet-skiing, sailboarding, and tubing. Biking and hiking are both popular as well, with a nice selection of trails available for you to explore.
Outside Rogers Rock Campground
The area closest to Rogers Rock Campground offers a wealth of restaurants, interesting shops and attractions to suit the whole family. When you visit these local restaurants, you'll be able to sample a broad variety of foods. You can also discover interesting gift items at the nearby stores, and the attractions will provide plenty of fun during your trip.
The Hague Firehouse Restaurant serves creative American cuisine in a former firehouse. Some of the favorites include thin-crust Margherita or pepperoni pizza, lobster rolls or pulled pork tacos.
Location: 9813 Graphite Mountain Rd, Hague, NY 12836
Eddie's Restaurant serves Italian food in a welcoming atmosphere that guests enjoy. Some of the most-popular foods to try include onion soup, fried ravioli and garlic bread with cheese.
Location: 68 NY-9N, Ticonderoga, NY 12883
Wind-Chill Factory offers a menu full of grill items and ice cream treats. Some of the foods that you can choose from include hand-packed burgers, hot dogs, fish and chips and homemade soft-serve ice cream and frozen yogurt.
Location: 794 NY-9N, Ticonderoga, NY 12883
Libby's Bakery Café is a favorite for bakery, breakfast and coffee items that also include gluten-free and vegetarian items. The sandwiches include breakfast combos with eggs, turkey sandwiches with bacon or cranberry and mini-muffins filled with bits of doughnut.
Location: 92 Montcalm St, Ticonderoga, NY 12883
Foraging Bear serves popular American and Italian comfort foods in a relaxed setting. Some of the favorites that visitors enjoy include poutine, calzones, breaded haddock with fries and sub sandwiches.
Location: 24 Wayne Ave, Ticonderoga, NY 12883
Hague Market enjoys a reputation as being the oldest general store operating in the Adirondacks. In addition to gifts and household items, the store also carries bakery items, sandwiches made to order, coffee and ice cream.
Location: 9844 Graphite Mountain Rd, Hague, NY 12836
Ticonderoga Natural Foods Co-op offers a selection of natural foods from local farmers and producers. The fresh produce is one of the most-popular reasons for visitors to go to this store.
Location: 109 Montcalm St, Ticonderoga, NY 12883
The Country Florist And Gifts carries beautiful arrangements that customers want for every holiday or occasion. Delicious chocolates are also in the gift shop area of this store.
Location: 75 Montcalm St Ticonderoga, NY 12883
Happy Jacks specializes in outdoor apparel, including the top brands that are popular for summer wear. There are also fun surf-related novelties for sale here, as well as toys.
Location: 4963 Lake Shore Dr, Bolton Landing, NY 12814
The Candy Corner is famous for its selection of old-fashioned favorites that await visitors. This store offers bulk candy favorites such as Turkish Taffy, Dad's Root Beer Barrels and Maple Bun Candy Bars.
Location: 133 Montcalm St, Ticonderoga, NY 12883
Cook Mountain Preserve started out as a farm producing maple syrup and apples to ship to New York City. During the years of 1990 to 1995, the land was donated to the Lake George Land Conservancy, and visitors can now enjoy habitats ranging from wetlands to forests.
Location: Baldwin Rd, Ticonderoga, NY 12883
Fort Ticonderoga is filled with living history exhibits that let guests experience what life was like at this Revolutionary War-era site. Daily tours are one example of the fun that awaits visitors.
Location: 102 Fort Ti Rd, Ticonderoga, NY 12883
King's Garden is part of Fort Ticonderoga and features gardens and orchards that help commemorate the area's unique heritage. Fun activities for all ages include visiting with the resident cattle and picking apples.
Location: Ticonderoga, NY 12883
Temple Knoll Island
Temple Knoll Island is renown thanks to some of the unique climbing opportunities that the island offers, especially for the adventurous. This island is easy to reach by kayak.
Location: Temple Knoll Island Lake George, Hague, NY 12836
Hague Town Beach Park is a popular waterfront park that includes a Veteran's Park with a memorial and a public boat launch. This park hosts a summer concert series that is always well attended.
Location: 9060 Lake Shore Dr, Hague, NY 12836
How to Get to
Rogers Rock Campground
If you're traveling from Ticonderoga, turn left on to NY-9N S. The park will be 5.1 miles south on the left. When traveling from Adirondack, turn left on NY-8 N. Turn left again on NY-9N N; the park entrance will be 3.9 mi. on the right.
Entering Rogers Rock Campground
This park's operating hours are 12:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Per campsite : $22
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