Lake Placid / Whiteface Mtn. Koa

Wilmington, New York

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Lake Placid/Whiteface Mountain KOA is open all year. Fish the famous world-class Ausable River, hike miles of trails right from your campsite, ski the big vertical drop at Whiteface Mountain, visit the Lake Placid Olympic Center, take in a bobsled event or just relax at this camp-ground nestled among the trees. Enjoy spacious RV Sites, new glamping tents, wooded Tent Sites, comfortable, cozy Cabins and beautiful Deluxe Cabins. No matter which lodging option you choose, your experience at Lake Placid/White-face Mountain KOA will have you coming back for more. With a pet walk and a fenced-in pet playground, your whole family is welcome! Limited RV service during winter months. All Cabins and lodges are heated. Pool: Memorial Weekend - Labor Day Weekend (weather permitting). Max pull thru: 70 feet.


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