Tall Pines Campground

Bainbridge, NY

Where is it at?

Tall Pines Campground
117 Anderson Lane
Bainbridge
NY
13733

607 563-8271

Where are we going today?

When you take the kids on a family camping experience, do you ever want to just let them enjoy that old fashioned camping atmosphere - where it's just you and nature?

Welcome to Tall Pines Campground!

This charming campground can be found in upstate New York's farm country, and boats beautiful river views for both tents, and RVs - so no matter which camping experience you love, nature will be waiting for you at Tall Pines!

Tall Pines Campground is where you can take a step back from hectic life, and just spend some time listening to the call of the birds, or the movement of the river. It's where kids can just enjoy playing outside, hiding in the trees, and taking a canoe trip over being plugged into electronics all day.

It's where you can grab those s'mores and enjoy them over a campfire, and watch the stars come out and play - it's where you can actually see stars!

The campground is located on one of the most beautiful parks of the Unadilla River, and features a host of amenities that will take the worry out of your camping stay.

There are also great activities that will keep those kids entertained - the way nature intended! They can gab a paddle and enjoy one of the great canoe trips, or you can just sit back and enjoy the pizza that is delivered right to your campsite! Let's not forget about the old fashioned ice cream soda fountain on site too!

In summer kids can make a splash in their swimming pool, or enjoy the pirate ship playground! Did we menion that there's mini golf too, AND a playrom just for those toddlers! With volleyball and basketball too, it's no wonder kids just love coming out to Tall Pine Campground - so why don't we see for ourselves what all the fuss is about!

How much does it cost?

Full hook up(per day): $39.30 - $49.51

Full hook up(per week): $262.02 - $297.06

LAST UPDATED 2016

Need a little extra help?

They have spacious campsites should you need, some with concrete patios

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Any top tips?

They have a minimum night stay for Memorial Day weekend (3 nights), 4th July week (3 nights), Labor Day weekend (3 nights), and Columbus Day weekend (2 nights)

I’m Hungry!

There is a camp store where you can pick up provisions, and a pizzeria and grills where you can grab some tasty meals!

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