Rogers Rock State Campground is loved by families!
Located in Hague, on the west side Lake George, Rogers Rock is a popular campground steeped in history. The campground is named after Robert Rogers, an American frontiersman who slipped through the fingers of pursuing Native Americans by sliding down the steep face of what is now called Rogers Rock during the French and Indian War. Campers have plenty to do at this facility, including swimming, bicycling, fishing, boating, and hiking on state marked trails.
Rogers Rock State Campground is made up of 332 campsites. Amenities include hot showers, flush toilets, a trailer dump station, a boat launch, mooring buoys, fireplaces, a picnic area, a beach, a bathhouse, and a guarded swimming area.
Campers can also reserve one of two large camping areas. These sites are designed for a minimum of 35 campers and a maximum of 60 campers. Perfect for family reunions!
Pet friendly. Located just 6 miles south of Ticonderoga. Includes Waltonian Island group. Reservations through reserveamerica.com.