Wildwood State Park
Big Rig Friendly9.5/10
Park Road Conditions9.5/10
- All Pull Through Sites
- All FHU Sites
- 30 Amp Service Available
- Dump Station
- Playground/Ballfields/BasketBall CourtsVolleyballs Courts,Horse Shoe Pits
- Beach Access
- Saturday Night Kids Movies (In Season)
- Hiking Trails
- Tent Section
- Food Stand "In Season"
- Minimal Camp Store (Firewood Sales Only)
- No Wi-Fi/No Cable/No 50 Amp Sites
- No Propane/No Pool
- No Fire Pits
- No Pets
- Beach Access is A Steep Hill Ramp
- No Laundry Facilities
- 2nd Vehicle Additional Fee For Parking
- 2 Week Stay Limit
- Unlevel Sites
Wildwood State Park was our favorite campground on Long Island. it is located on the north shore of Long Island in Wading River overlooking the Long Island Sound (you can’t see the water from the campsites.) It is a beautiful campground with every RV site being pull through and a full hook up site. Reservations for this campground can be made on Reserve America. You will need to create an account with Reserve America. There is no charge for that.
Wildwood is broken up into two areas. A tent and an RV area. This review is for the RV section. The RV section is broken up into 3 sections. Main Area T-loop, North Overlook T-loop, and South Overlook T-loop. The North Overlook T-loop backs up to the ball fields. The Main Area T-loop is the middle section, and the South Overlook T-loop section is up top. There is a bathroom and shower facility located at the beginning of the Main T-loop Section. If you are not going to be using your RV shower and or bathroom, keep in mind the South Overlook T-loop section is the furthest from the restroom and shower facility.
During the summer months of July and August, they host different activities behind the check-in building on Saturday nights. Everything from kids’ movies to square dancing. The sites are big rig friendly. The park is patrolled by the NYS Park Police. If you get up early and head to the ball field area you will get some nice pictures of deer.
There are numerous hiking trails throughout the park. There is also a nice sized day-use area with numerous picnic tables and BBQs. There is also a fall fair every September with displays, games, and tractor rides.
Date Of Stay: Multiple Stays Throughout 2016/2017