Originally Posted by pwb01
Only a few State Parks and Conservation Dept Parks in New York State have electricity in some sites but that's all you'll find. You need a private park for full hookups.
That's the case in most NY State DEC campgrounds (no hookups, or electric only.) However, full-blown state parks with camping areas often have at least some sites with full electric hookups, and on-site dumping stations, especially in the Finger Lakes area.
Sampson State Park, Cayuga Lake State Park, Green Lakes State Park all come to mind. You won't find sewer or water hookups on each site, although they've all got full electric hookup sites and each loop has water taps which, with a little improvisation, can be used to fill a water tank. And all have at least one full dumping station with a water hookup. I know that Sampson has over 200 electrical hookup sites on five loops that each have at least two water taps per loop. First time I ever saw a T-adapter to convert a water tap to fill an RV's water tank was at Sampson.
Loop 5 is half waterfront, with at least 20 sites right on the lake. I can highly recommend site 232.
I believe Letchworth State Park (western NY, other side of Rochester) and Alleghany State Park (on the Pennsylvania border) also have designated camping areas which offer electrical hookups on each site and water taps in each loop.
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