Cabins, Cottages and Yurts: State Parks has implemented an enhanced COVID-19 cleaning and sanitizing protocol at the conclusion of each reservation that may require a two-day reduction in weekly reservations to allow staff adequate time to perform these tasks for the health and safety of our visitors. Stays may also be subject to 5 PM check-in, 10 AM check-out times. We will continue to evaluate our protocols as the COVID-19 status evolves.
New York State Park Camping Guidelines
2021 Camping: New York State Park campsites, cabins, cottages, and yurts are currently opening as scheduled for the 2021 season. Effective May 15 - Columbus Day, same-day reservations will be allowed until 3pm on day of arrival; this applies to campsites only. Reservations can be made online or through the call center. Walk-ins will not be permitted.
2022 Camping: Advanced reservations: the nine-month booking window has been reinstated for the 2022 camping season and 2022 season dates are now reservable in accordance with the nine-month window. Camping reservations can be made online or by contacting the Reserve America Call Center at 1-800-456-CAMP.
Tent camping not for you? Why not rent one of the 800 cabins available! While still offering the appeal of the great outdoors, cabins keep some of the modern comforts at hand. Cabins can sleep between 2 and 8 people. Basic cabins offer a least one room, electric, table, chairs, sleeping bed/cot, stove and refrigerator. Prime cabins offer full bath, living room, small kitchen and separate bedroom(s).
During peak season cabins are rented on a weekly basis and in some locations open year round. In general, peak season runs from the fourth Friday in June to the last Sunday before Labor Day weekend. Reservations during this time are subject to a 7-day minimum stay for cabins. All other times are considered non-peak season and may require a 2-night stay in some parks. Please note: Mills- Norrie and Newtown Battlefield State Parks have a 2-night minimum all year long.
Deciding where to camp? Our parks offer a remarkable diversity of natural settings, views of the mighty Hudson River in the Taconic and Palisades regions; cascading waterfalls, deep gorges and amazing canyons in the Finger Lakes, Genesee and Niagara regions; lake-side views in the Central, Saratoga and Thousand Island regions, and vast wilderness in Allegany.
Looking for something to do during your stay? In addition to countless recreational activities including hiking, fishing and boating, our parks offer a full slate of fun family-friendly events throughout the camping season. For more information, visit our calendar of events.
Enjoy all the parks have to offer...wander the quiet trails, relax along the river side or enjoy a refreshing swim in one of lakes—and return to the cozy comforts of your cabin!
Affordably priced, these rustic cabins are great for any family vacation!
These cabins are the perfect in-between for campers who like both tents and cabins. Offering protection from the elements, they sleep four or six, but have no electricity or water. Now available at Stony Brook, Sampson, Watkins Glen, Bowman Lake and Oquaga Creek State Parks.
"Please keep maintaining the Greenwich cabins as they are an affordable beautiful option for vacations." - Marcos C., Taconic State Park - Copake Falls
"Letchworth is an absolute treasure. I grew up there and it's a privilege to share it with my children now." - Natousha, Letchworth State Park
"The Nature Center and staff were phenomenal! People of all ages could enjoy many of the programs." - Jennifer S., Wellesley Island State Park
Send us a note and tell us what you love about camping in State Parks!