Nestled in northern New York, among Adirondack Park and the beautiful St. Lawrence River, Pine Ridge Park Campsite is a quiet, peaceful campground welcoming RVers and tenters alike. The Franklin County campground is located on 60 acres on the Salmon River, making it the ideal place to come and relax with your friends and family. You’ll find fun activities for the whole family, fine facilities, and friendly camp hosts at the northern New York campground! Whether you stay for the weekend, month, or longer, Pine Ridge Park Campsite is your home away from home on your Adirondack camping trip!
Pine Ridge Park Campsite offers numerous activities for the whole family to enjoy, whether you enjoy being outside in the fresh air, or just relaxing with some fun games. The campground’s river frontage allows great fishing for salmon; bring your pole and try catching dinner. Everyone can enjoy the large swimming pool; on a hot day, it’s the only place to be! Take along your binoculars and camera and enjoy the miles of nature trails, play some games in the baseball field, or gather friends and fellow campers for a game of basketball. The St. Lawrence County campground also features several horseshoe pits, a rec center complete with games, and a library. Live entertainment and special events like dances are held throughout the camping season. The campground offers a classic Adirondack camping experience.
No visit to Pine Ridge Park Campsite is complete without a visit to the surrounding area; there is much for the visitor to enjoy. The northern New York campground is in close proximity to Adirondack Park, where outdoor recreation abounds; the park is quite literally a six million acre playground, offering opportunities for canoeing, kayaking, fly fishing, wildlife viewing, hot air ballooning, and so much more! The Franklin County campground is also near the Akwesasne Mohawk Casino, where you can play all of your favorite games. Take your family to the Family Fun Park near Potsdam, visit the Almanzo Wilder Farm for a historical experience, or explore the Seaway Trail. There is so much to do and see on your Adirondack camping trip, you might want to plan to stay a few extra days.
When you return to the Franklin County campground from your busy and exciting day of sightseeing and adventure, you’ll appreciate the quiet of the countryside and availability of modern comforts.