About Rogers Rock Campground
Beautiful Sandy Beach
Beautiful Sandy Beach
Beach and Boat Rentals
Boat Launch By the Beach
Site 1 - Looking Back Towards the Road
Site 4 - Prime Watersite
Fairly Modern Washrooms
View Down the Road from Site 48
View Down the Road from Site 63
Lots of Smaller Sites by the Road Side
Picnic Table by the Water
Located on the northern end of Lake George, Rogers Rock is a very popular family campground. Campers enjoy swimming, bicycling, fishing, boating, and hiking at this recreation facility. There are two group camping areas, which are very popular with families and groups of friends. The park is located just 6 miles south of Ticonderoga, which has many interesting historical sites and educational opportunities.
Rogers Rock has 301 drive-in campsites and 10 boat-in sites (Flirtation Island, Temple Island, and Waltonian Island). 10 of the drive-in campsites are directly by the water. There are no electric sites.
- 301 drive-in campsites, 10 boat-in sites, 10 of the drive-in campsites are directly by the water
- all sites are reservable and non-electric
- great for boating, swimming, fishing and hiking
- more suited to tents and smaller trailers
Nightly camping fee $22 (all sites)
Weekend/Holiday surcharge $4/night
Out of state patrons surcharge $5/night
Camping Season Dates
Fri May 20, 2016 thru Sun Oct 9, 2016
Fri May 19, 2017 thru Sun Oct 8, 2017
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Rogers Rock Lake Site ( photos)
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Rogers Rock is best suited to those who enjoy boating, fishing or swimming. Most sites are rather small and not necessarily that level. The roads are somewhat rough and hilly. The campground is best for those with tents and small trailers.The best sites are sites 106 which are right on, or across the road from the beach. These offer fine views out across Lake George. Other loops are a mix of very small to fairly large sites and range from uneven to level sites. As such no particular area offers much advantage over other areas.