From the bloggers at Watson Wander.
When we left Vermont back in June of 2012 our first three stops were at New York state parks. At the time I remember them making a good impression — but then again we were so excited about our new lifestyle that anywhere would have seemed great. Well…I’m happy to report that three years and hundreds of campgrounds later our second experience with New York state parks was just as great.
The unusually warm weather in Vermont must have caused us to forget what time of year it was because we were caught off guard by the amount of campgrounds that were already closed for the year. Luckily a few, like Moreau Lake State Park near Glens Falls, stay open into October.
Apparently we’re not the only ones still wanting to enjoy a camping weekend because when we arrived on Saturday the place was hopping and there were only three available sites for our size. They were all nice, wooded sites, and we found one that was large enough for us to fit into without unhooking the truck (essential for a one night stay)..
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