Association Island Resort and Marina
15530 Snowshoe Rd. Henderson, NY 13650
Mail address PO Box 525 Henderson Harbor, NY 13651
YES, It is an island. Roadway connecting it with the mainland.
305 RV sites, all have full hookups with basic cable, table and firering.
20/30 service 50 amp available for extra fee.
Newly paved roads. Sites are gravel surrounded by grass.
Marina on site. 80 slips. Rental cottages available.
70 sites are waterfront with the remaining a maximum of 200 yards from the shoreline. Sites are open or some shade.
Big rig friendly. No tent camping allowed.
Highspeed WiFi hotspot, swimming pool and beach, playground with sandbox, tennis and shuffleboard courts, basketball half court, horseshoe pit. laundry facilities, restroom/shower facilities. Convienence store with tackle shop. Bar and grill, conference center for groups, TV lounge, toddlers playroom, and pingpong.
Rates run from $37 to 70 per night. Depending on distance from waterfront and time of year.
Can take large groups.
Bookings for daily, weekly, monthly and seasonal.
Discounts for AAA, AARP, CAA, FMCA, FQCC, and Good Sam.
Off season discounts.
Extra charge for 50 amp service
Pets are welcome.
Check in time is 3:00 pm- 8:30 PM
Check out is 11:00 AM
We stayed there Sept. 2006 for part of our honeymoon. Friendly service, beautiful scenery, gorgeous sunsets. Bathrooms were spotless. The site was level and clean with the acception of someones pet 'exhaust" left on the site. Quiet and peaceful. Went after Labor Day, not even 1/3 full. Highly recommend for someone looking for relaxation. Plenty to do at the resort during normal season. Alot to do daytripping. Plenty of restaurants within a 1/2 hour drive. Fishing is excellant. There off the dock or with a guide. Great bass, world class trout and salmon.
Kid and people friendly. Cell phone OK with Cingular and Verizon.
Being fairly new, constant improvments being made . Growth potential is very good. Used to be a getaway resort for a large corporation and a training facility when the Olympics were in Canada back in the seventies.
We will be returning this Sept. as a stepping off point for the Thousand Islands.
Highly recommend. I would rate this resort 4 3/4 stars out of 5. The only negative thing was a small area that smelled of dead fish on the way in, and of course the dog exhaust that I found with my coach tire.
If you love being by water, this is your Eden.