Location: Harpersville, New York
Webpage: RV Park
General Description: Beldin Hill Campground is located on the top of a hill north of Binghamton, New York just a mile off the Interstate. Even though it is close to the interstate, there are no highway noises making it a quiet, secluded campground. The seasonal campers are primarily located around the edge of the campground, leaving the center with pull through sites with full hookups. Over-night campers are placed near the office which makes it convenient for them, but more importantly means there is not much traffic within the campground for those staying longer periods. Amenities include a small country store, a smack shack, fishing and swimming pond, restrooms/showers, laundry facilities, nature trails, and playground.
1) The part of the campground we stayed in was a series of pull-through sites with full hookups located out in the middle of a meadow. The shaded sites around the edge were used for the seasonal campers. There were a few young trees planted between the sites, but they did not provide much shade. The sites were gravel and wide enough for a picnic table between each site. Although there was not much shade, the hill top location provided a nice view of the hills to the south.
2) The staff were very friendly and helpful in assisting us locate a Ford dealership to take our truck to.
3) The restrooms were cleaned every day and were quite nice, even though a bit dated.