Mongaup Pond
Livingston Manor, NY

About Mongaup Pond

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Mongaup Pond Campground offers a 120-acre lake, the largest body of water in Catskills Park, outside of the New York City reservoirs. Large, wooded campsites, many on the lake, appeal to campers who enjoy a dense forest environment and seclusion. Swimming in the lake, relaxing in the picnic area, and renting boats are popular pastimes here along with hiking.

Mongaup Pond has 154 campsites, all are reservable. There are no electric sites.

Overview
  1. located 25 minutes northeast of Livingston Manor New York in the Western Catskills
  2. 154 campsites, ?? are directly on the water
  3. all sites are non-electric
  4. great for paddling, swimming, fishing, hiking

Camping Fees

Nightly camping fee $22 (all sites)
Out of state patrons surcharge $5/night

Camping Season Dates

Fri May 19, 2017 thru Sun Oct 8, 2017

Map Location

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Legend   regular   water site   non reserve   no photos   E-Electric   EW-Electric/Water   F-Full Hookup
Max 40ft - These sites will accommodate tents, popups and trailers up to 40ft

Tent Specific - These sites are suitable for tents only

Mongaup Pond Lake Site ( photos)
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Dave's Tips

Dave's tips are currently available for only some camprounds. Unfortunately Mongaup Pond isn't one of them! Check back another time.
Mongaup Pond photos were taken in the spring on May 16, 2016. As such consider that the leaves on the trees are only about halfway out. If you are camping at Mongaup Pond in the summer, you can assume that there will be more shade and site privacy on sites that have deciduous trees.
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