The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) has announced that campers and day-users will now make online reservations for group camp sites at the Rogers Rock Campground and Day Use Area, located in Warren County in the Adirondacks.
Groups sites had previously been reserved by a lottery system.
This change will eliminate the current lottery system for group sites at Rogers Rock Campground and Day Use Area located in Hague and will add the sites to the campground reservation system inventory used for booking DEC’s other campsites and facilities, ReserveAmerica.com. There are now three individual group sites (Ballfield, Association A, and Association B) available for rental for the 2020 camping season.
DEC operates 52 campgrounds and five day use areas in the Adirondack and Catskill forest preserves. The summer camping season runs through the summer, with some facilities remaining open during fall foliage and hunting season.
For more information on DEC-operated campgrounds, including a list of campgrounds and schedules, visit DEC’s website, or call DEC’s Bureau of Recreation at (518) 457-2500.
To make reservations at any of these camping facilities, call ReserveAmerica at 1-800-456-CAMP (2267) or visit the NYS Parks Campgrounds and Camping Reservations website.
Photo of Rogers Rock Campground provided by DEC.