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Firstly, they messed up our reservations. Secondly we asked for a quiet, secluded wooded site when making the reservation weeks before. What we got (for three days) was an out-in-the-open site right next to the playground, surrounding on three sides by trailers. The "gentleman" at...More
This campground was recommended to me by another place I had called, because they did not accept dogs, and this place does! What a lovely little find. Really nice people, very helpful. Very well kept, nice bathrooms, and showers. Laundry room, rec room. Free wifi....More
Response from Mike S, Owner at King Phillips CampgroundResponded 6 October 2017
Thank you for the kind words and we will be sure to thank Patty for your referral. We all wish you a great trip and hope you enjoy the warm and pleasant fall season.
Great location to Lake George. Pretty wooded sites. Entrance and front areas of camp sites
were attractive, this was encouraging.
We were led to our site...2 feet of dirt to set our chairs up under our awning...then the
Faced a site of a...More
Everything you could want in a campground. Easy access, close to town, pet friendly, full amenities, well stocked camp store, reasonably priced. A friendly, knowledgeable, helpful staff. You can't go wrong...
My parents had seasonal site at King Phillip's Campground years ago. Spent my teenage years running around this camp ground and came back to visit in my 40s. Staff was very nice. Place is very clean and updated. Bathrooms are extremely clean and nice for...More
I'm sorry the email address to use is Reservations @ KingPhillipsCampground . com and the phone number is (518)668-5763
For your GPS you can use the following physical address:
14 Bloody Pond Rd
Lake George NY 12845
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"If the first thing the campers by you unload is 3 coolers of beer ask for a different spot in the campground."