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RV Camping In The Catskills


On the east coast of the United States, the Catskills are a historic destination for travelers seeking breathtaking views of nature, as well as a chance to experience some of the best recreational activities the region has to offer. The Catskills provide plenty of opportunities for outdoor recreation, from fishing and hiking to biking and swimming – and much more!  Our campgrounds are conveniently located just 2 hours outside of New York City. Our RV campsites offer on site fly fishing, multiple hiking trails, and we are surrounded by 500 acres of forest you can explore.

Creekfront Site

$55 per night

($60 per night, Holiday weekends)

$13 per extra adult

($15 per extra adult, Holiday Weekends)

Off Creek Site

$45 per night

($50 per night, Holiday weekends)

$13 per extra adult

($15 per extra adult, Holiday Weekends)

Site Ammenities and Information

RV camping can be great for those who are looking to experience the rustic outdoors while having some of the basic amenities. At Covered Bridge Campsite, our RV sites offer 20 or 30 amp electric and water. Our campground also has clean restrooms and free hot showers so you can experience the rustic outdoors while having proper restroom facilities. Our RV campsites are a great way to connect with the outdoors while remaining clean and comfortable. 

Campground Information

Check in: Our check in hours are 2-8pm and checkout is 12pm.

Pricing: Our RV campsites start at $45 a night. 

Rules and Policies: To learn about the rules of our campgrounds click here:


James Mullen

My family has been staying at Covered Bridge annually for the past 6 years. We have 2 kids, 10 and 12, and this is the perfect place for us. We stay in the secluded campsites because it really feels like you're in the Great North Woods of Maine. You don't hear cars or other people. All you see is the amazing forest, and hear the rush of the stream. It's truly fantastic. The two hiking trails are great for kids (waterfall, and riverside trails). The stream isn't deep or too powerful so it's great for kids. It also holds brown and brook trout that are a blast to catch on a small fly rod


Loved this place. Recently visited for a 3 day weekend trip with my wife and we had a great time. We stayed on an "island" site. It was really quiet and relaxing. We hiked the area which has access from the campground. If your looking for a quiet relaxing camping trip without the extras this is the place Highly recommend.

Bryan McDonald

This is a beautiful rustic mountain campground. The views from the Creekside sites are what vacation dreams are made of. The wooded sites are somewhat close together but somehow still give the feel of being deep in the woods. The new owner Louis is doing his very best to upgrade this campground whose previous owner let things go quite a bit. Louis is working hard every day improving and beautifying the grounds. The General Manager Kate could give a seminar on Customer Service she was bright, knowledgeable, friendly and accommodating. I hope for the best for them in bringing this campground back from some unfortunate neglect.

Shane Smith

Been camping here for 18 years. Great owners and great sites. The river is a treat with great fishing. Excellent hikes nearby. Cute chicken hens cruise around and wildlife is plentiful. Going back this summer for sure

Christopher Prevo

I've camped across the country and this one of the most beautiful campgrounds I've been to. Sites are also remarkably roomy and private, particularly those on the islands. I've been to 'parking lot' camp grounds before and this is definitely not one of them. The fishing can be remarkable, but what I find the most fascinating about this place is the wild edibles...they're everywhere. Plus, come July, there is no better place on earth to go mushroom hunting, with bolete's as big as your head. If you know what you're doing, you could practically 'eat off the land'. Also, the hike to the waterfalls is a subtle pleasure that other campgrounds just do not have. I suppose this place isn't for everyone, which is fine by me...

Maria Cruz

I Camped here. I had the site by the creak, hearing the water run down stream was very calming. Very private, and some hiking trails were added bonus! Totally recommend if you are trying to find a nature weekend away from the city.


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68 Conklin HillRd,

Livingston Manor, NY 12758

We accept Cash, Venmo payments, Checks (in advance only), and online payments through Campspot.