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Adirondack Camping Resort

Brookwood RV Resort is set in the scenic Northern Lake George and Southern Lake Champlain region of New York State

RV and Tent Camping

Adirondack Campground and Cabins Near Lake George and Lake Champlain

Fire at Brookwood RV ResortEscape to the beauty of Lake George camping! The Lake George and Lake Champlain regions of the Adirondack Mountains are an excellent choice for your next camping trip. Nestled in the pine and hardwood forested foothills of the Adirondack Mountains, Brookwood offers camping cabins, RV, and tent camping. Our Lake George cabins are built in the Adirondack rustic style. When you enter our Lake George camping resort, you will be greeted with warm and friendly smiles. Although it may be your first time here, you will feel like you’ve come to visit old friends.

Directions to Brookwood RV Resort

Our Northern Lake George Campgrounds are located on State Rt. 9N between the historic towns of Hague and Ticonderoga, NY. Escape to the beauty of Lake George camping and the Adirondack Mountains at Brookwood RV Resort And Family Campground.

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RV & Tent Camping

Tent Camping

We escort everyone to one of our 70 spaciousness campsites equipped with a fire ring and picnic table and help set up

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Rent a Cabin

Roger Rock East Cabin from the outside

We offer air conditioned cabins built in the Adirondack rustic style. A great fit for 2 adults and up to 4 small children.

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Reservations

Adirondack Camping at Brookwook RV Resort

Reservations can only be made by calling our office at 518-585-4462. To get started, read over our terms then give us a  call!

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What to do in the Lake George and Lake Champlain Area

Accept the challenge of Lake George and Lake Champlain bass fishing tournaments, held only a few miles away. Hike the trail to the top of Roger’s Rock. Mad River Canoe Rentals the picturesque views of Northern Lake George. Rent one of our Mad River kayaks and spend the day on a quiet Adirondack Mountain pond in the nearby Pharaoh Lake Wilderness Area. Take a trip into the past with a visit to Fort Ticonderoga or Crown Point. Play a round of golf at the Ticonderoga Country Club. Have a picnic and swim in the crystal clear waters of Lake George or just spend a day on the beach at Roger’s Rock day use area and the list goes on and on.

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Roger Rock Photo Credit: Luke Dow Photography

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