Susquehanna Trail Campground Good Sam Verified Campground

4292 State Hwy 7, Oneonta, NY 13820

Good Sam Verified Campground
(1 review) 2 out of 5 stars from 1 review
(1 review) 2 out of 5 stars from 1 review

Address

4292 State Hwy 7
Oneonta, NY, 13820

Open April 1 - November 1

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Facility

Type: Campground
Cabin/cottage rentals: 5
Control access gate
Dump station
Eco-friendly park
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Eco-friendly park
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Policies

Pets welcome
Tents Allowed
Folding Tent Campers Allowed
Road condition: Good
Road type: All Weather
Table at site

Tenting Sites

Overflow area
Total spaces: 45
Spaces available: 24
Seasonal Sites: 10
Site length: 80
Max length: 80
Gravel sites: 24
Pull-thru size: 30 x 80
Pull-thrus: 7
Back-in size: 30 x 50
Room for slideouts: Yes
Shaded sites: Some
Number of full hookups: 24
Amps: 30 Amp
Max Amps: 30

On-site rentals

RV Park Model Rentals:

Rentals available: 1

Cabin/Cottage Rentals:

Rentals available: 5

Restrooms
Ice
Table at site
RV supplies
Table at site
RV supplies
Fire rings
Firewood
Personal escort to site
Firewood
Personal escort to site

Swimming
Swimming Pool
Body of water: Otsego Creek
Playground
Pavilion
Playground
Pavilion
Horseshoes
Fishing
Fishing supplies
Fishing
Fishing supplies

Military Discount

2 (1 review) 2 out of 5 stars from 1 review
Facility
2
Restroom
1
Appeal
3
What is being rated?
2 2 out of 5 stars 08/08/2021

This campground has a great location, close to an interstate, but not so close you hear the traffic noise all night. It is a nice setting and has a river making a 'U' all the way around the campground, but there is no access to river - either to see it or walk up to it. Campground has thick bushes keeping everyone from the river. Our site was nice, plenty of room lengthwise and side-to-side. The campsites are spacious on the sides. You are not on to of your neighbor. There are lots of trees... Read More

This campground has a great location, close to an interstate, but not so close you hear the traffic noise all night. It is a nice setting and has a river making a 'U' all the way around the campground, but there is no access to river - either to see it or walk up to it. Campground has thick bushes keeping everyone from the river. Our site was nice, plenty of room lengthwise and side-to-side. The campsites are spacious on the sides. You are not on to of your neighbor. There are lots of trees on the front half of the campground and a pretty grassy meadow at the back. All the sites are really deep so there is lots of room behind or in front of your trailer. Plenty of tenting sites on grassy meadow with fire rings. Even though the campground was worn and old, the swimming pool looked very nice and clean. A wooden deck surrounds the in-ground pool. There are train tracks nearby, but we didn't not hear any whistling, just humming by. The negatives: 1. Our site was long and plenty wide, but the hookups were so far from the gravel parking that we had to park one wheel on the grass off the road so that we could reach the sewer with our hose. Site was not quite level before parking off the gravel road, after it took quite a bit to lift the one side. Water pressure is pretty low, but water seems clean and clear. There is a regulator that is not removable that might impact the water flow. 2. There are many long-term campers that appear run down and bedraggled. There were not many people here on a Sat. night in Aug when we camped. 3. The bathroom leaves a tremendous amount to be desired. The floor is wooden planks and the poles that hold the walls of the stalls are cut into the floor and you can see the dirt right under the floor. The facility is old and worn. The showers were clean from hair and scum, but the shower curtains and floors were not clean and I imagine insects would be a problem, although I didn't see any during the day. The wooden floor had never been cleaned. It has a layer of dirt on it. You would not want to be in here without shoes. I was grateful we did not have to use the bathrooms. 4. There were lots of mosquitos as we were setting up and walking around the campground. There is a river close by and lots of trees and grass, so that may be the reason, but we couldn't stay outside to enjoy the setting.
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2 2 out of 5 stars 08/08/2021

This campground has a great location, close to an interstate, but not so close you hear the traffic noise all night. It is a nice setting and has a river making a 'U' all the way around the campground, but there is no access to river - either to see it or walk up to it. Campground has thick bushes keeping everyone from the river. Our site was nice, plenty of room lengthwise and side-to-side. The campsites are spacious on the sides. You are not on to of your neighbor. There are lots of trees... Read More

This campground has a great location, close to an interstate, but not so close you hear the traffic noise all night. It is a nice setting and has a river making a 'U' all the way around the campground, but there is no access to river - either to see it or walk up to it. Campground has thick bushes keeping everyone from the river. Our site was nice, plenty of room lengthwise and side-to-side. The campsites are spacious on the sides. You are not on to of your neighbor. There are lots of trees on the front half of the campground and a pretty grassy meadow at the back. All the sites are really deep so there is lots of room behind or in front of your trailer. Plenty of tenting sites on grassy meadow with fire rings. Even though the campground was worn and old, the swimming pool looked very nice and clean. A wooden deck surrounds the in-ground pool. There are train tracks nearby, but we didn't not hear any whistling, just humming by. The negatives: 1. Our site was long and plenty wide, but the hookups were so far from the gravel parking that we had to park one wheel on the grass off the road so that we could reach the sewer with our hose. Site was not quite level before parking off the gravel road, after it took quite a bit to lift the one side. Water pressure is pretty low, but water seems clean and clear. There is a regulator that is not removable that might impact the water flow. 2. There are many long-term campers that appear run down and bedraggled. There were not many people here on a Sat. night in Aug when we camped. 3. The bathroom leaves a tremendous amount to be desired. The floor is wooden planks and the poles that hold the walls of the stalls are cut into the floor and you can see the dirt right under the floor. The facility is old and worn. The showers were clean from hair and scum, but the shower curtains and floors were not clean and I imagine insects would be a problem, although I didn't see any during the day. The wooden floor had never been cleaned. It has a layer of dirt on it. You would not want to be in here without shoes. I was grateful we did not have to use the bathrooms. 4. There were lots of mosquitos as we were setting up and walking around the campground. There is a river close by and lots of trees and grass, so that may be the reason, but we couldn't stay outside to enjoy the setting.
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4292 State Hwy 7, Oneonta, NY 13820
Coordinates: 42.438840, -75.117650
Elevation:

Directions
From Jct of I-88 & SR-205 (Exit 13), N 0.1 mi on SR-205 to SR-7, W 0.5 mi (R)

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