Fish Creek Pond Campground is highly regarded as one of the best Adirondack state campgrounds. There is a natural sand shoreline and water access for most campsites, and is accessible to both motorized and non-motorized boats. Enjoy an Interpreter Activity Program, canoeing and boating, fishing, hiking, and bicycling.
355 campsites, accommodating all equipment from tents to RVs.
Picnic area, beach, amphitheater, and playground.
Coin operated hot showers. Flush toilets throughout campground. On-site trailer dumping station and firewood sales, offsite boat and canoe rentals.
Boat launch, hiking trails, volleyball and basketball areas. Recreation activities program from early July until Labor Day.
Designated swimming areas will have a lifeguard on duty during posted beach hours. Even non-campers can use campground amenities with payment of a small day use fee.
Day use, camping, picnic pads, grills, picnic tables, camping pads, showers, rest rooms, pavilion, fishing pier.
This is a popular campground, so book early! It is built around a natural sand shoreline that connects Square Pond and Fish Pond. It also connects with Rollins Pond State Campground and allows motorized and non-motorized boating, with a boat launch.
The organized recreation activity program is especially fun for kids. It happens daily at the amphitheater, which includes nature hikes, crafts, games, and live entertainment.
Hiking trails right at the campground, such as Otter Hollow Loop and Floodwood Loop.
Read the blog about camping in Fish Creek, Camping in the Saranac Lake Area.