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Adirondack Camping Reservations

Click here to access our online reservation area!
Hello Campers!

WE RECOMMEND USING OUR DIRECTIONS (you can print them out from our site),as most of the computer generated ones usually take you on different routes that may take longer to get here.
If you need a reservation, follow the prompts on our Reservation page of the site. Pick a password, then sign in as a "New Camper". You will be prompted to give info on your stay. For any follow up or future reservations, you can then just sign back into your account by using your password as a "Returning Camper". WE ACCEPT MASTER CARD, VISA, Discover. NOTE: LARGE GROUPS PLEASE MAKE INDIVIDUAL FAMILY RESERVATIONS. THANKS) You must use a a credit card and put a $20.00 non refundable deposit. This can be used for a future stay any time this season in the event of a cancellation. WE ARE A SECURE WEB SITE. Or if you would prefer not to use a credit card for a deposit, please us send a check or money order for $20.00 (or 1/3 down if it is for our cottage) payable to: "Stewarts Pond Campsites" and mail to: Stewarts Pond Campsites, 4405 South Shore Rd., Hadley, NY, 12835.
NOTE: ALL SINGLES GROUPS MUST BE 21 OR OVER WITH A PHOTO I.D.,(unless it is a youth group such as: YMCA, Scouts, etc.)
Thank you,
The Staff at Stewarts Pond Campsites

CLICK TO READ MESSAGE REGARDING THE CURRENT CAMP COVID-19 PROTOCOL
Hello campers and we hope that you are staying safe and well. We are happy to announce that the bathrooms and beach are open for the 2021 camping season! Those fully vaccinated do NOT have to wear masks while those unvaccinated are still required to wear masks when unable to socally distance.

Important 2021 Season COVID-19 Message

Hello campers and we hope that you are staying safe and well. We are happy to announce that the bathrooms and beach are open for the 2021 camping season! Those fully vaccinated do NOT have to wear masks while those unvaccinated are still required to wear masks when unable to socally distance.