Greeting Campers:

Saugerties/Woodstock KOA is an award winning family run
campground in the foothills of the Catskill Mountains.
Conveniently located only 2.5 miles from the N.Y... State Thruway
on Route 212. The campground is divided up into 100 wooded
sites for use by campers in motor homes, trailers, fifth wheels
and tents.

Our sites are level and divided between back-in and pull-thrus.
We have sites to accommodate the smallest tent to the largest
big rig.

We also have 13 KOA Camping Cabins and 2 Camping Lodges
spread out through the many Pine and Maple trees. Our meeting
barn gives the ability to have a clean dry meeting room for
campground activities and for the use of groups and rallies.

The Saugerties/Woodstock area offers the ability to just come
and relax around a campfire or to take in the local sites. Visit the
quaint village of Woodstock with its cute shops or go antiquing
in the Village of Saugerties. Just a short distance from the
Campground are some of the most beautiful hiking trails in the
United States.
Saugerties / Woodstock KOA
Campground
Welcome New Campers

We specialize in beginner
campers. We escort all RV's to
campsite hook-up. We have 30+
years of RV camping experience
to assist you. Bring your questions
to us.
FIREWOOD ALERT

Untreated Firewood is not
permitted to be brought in or
out of our campground.
Please help stop the
movement of Killer Bugs
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NOTICE

Saugerties/Woodstock KOA is a family
park, therefore we have very strict rules
about quiet time and late night parties.
games like Beer Pong in the park.
make your reservations.

We also have a midnight curfew on
Campfires in the park.

No tent set up after 10 PM.
Beware of Campground Review Sites

Because of our strict drinking and party policy we get under the skin of a few campers. Some of these campers have chosen to trash
our park on the Campground Review Blog sites. Much of what they write is true but only to them because they refuse to follow the
rules. The blog sites give people with an axe to grind a place to try and hurt us. We cant even offer a response.  They wrote about the
nasty owner but only after we asked them to leave the park for not following the rules. Another example is a customer wrote about Gail
not being very nice to her children wanting to play miniature golf. Her children were hanging out in the office all weekend and creating
problems for the office staff. Then wanted to play golf long after check-out time. We may not have been very friendly to them. We offer
miniature golf as a free activity. It shouldn't be a burden to the staff.