October 4, 2019 - reviewed by Jim From KY
We arrived 10/2/19 and stayed three nights. It is a parking lot but served it purpose well. Office staff was great! Easy 5 block walk to subway into NYC and the WTC. Went to the 9/11 museum and memorial. It did bring tears but am so glad I paid a visit. NEVER FORGET. Only thing missing is a sewer hookup. Would go back.
July 1, 2019 - reviewed by Kate
After reading reviews I didn’t know what to expect but was very pleasantly surprised at how nice it was! It is basically a parking lot. Sites are very close together. But it was exactly what we needed for our time in NYC! It has very close access to a ferry. The showers and bathrooms were nice. There was 24 hr. security and the staff was friendly. If I could talk my husband into going back to that area we would definitely stay here again.
May 14, 2019 - reviewed by Delisa Keller
Read the reviews and decided to stay here for about a week. The proximity to NYC was incredible, the ferry to manhattan is a short walk and the path station about 10 minutes away. The lot is staffed with a 24hr security guard that walks around the park periodically to check on things which is great. The staff are friendly and helpful. Grocery stores are a quick five minute drive and a drugstore is within a five minute walk. Went to several restaurants in the immediate area and all were yum. Bathrooms and laundry were adequate and better than I expected. Have stayed in NY in hotels, air bnbs, and we would much rather bring our own “home away from home “ and enjoy the view at night of The Statue of Liberty all lit up in the harbor and the quiet marina setting. We will be back again.
April 6, 2019 - reviewed by ESS
Super Location, Nice “campground”.
It is a parking lot, with water and power, that is adjacent to a working boat yard. Not too glamorous but super convenient to NYC. Lot is level, staff is very nice, including the security guard that is there at night. Local restaurants are close, plentiful and very good. Bathrooms could use some updating but are clean. The proximity to attractions nearby cannot be understated, it really is a great location.
Construction that other reviews mention seems mostly done. Very quiet at night.
March 18, 2019 - reviewed by Kevin
Did a “drive by” before booking, kept on driving, just a parking lot
August 10, 2018 - reviewed by April
Closest To NYC That You Will Find
I will be honest, campy ground isn’t great. It’s basically a big parking lot with hook ups. The dump station was tiny and there was a lot of water that didn’t go into the drain. I’m sure it wasn’t just “water” but we will say it is. Bathrooms are on far corner of campsite and you have to have the passcode to get in. Bathrooms weren’t clean, still better than a porter potty though! Not much grass for an animal to do their business, patches of it here and there.
Restaurant-surf city that is in the same parking lot. Looks like a dump from the outside but has amazing views, sand area and great food!
You must take PATH to get to NYC. Takes about 10-15 min to walk to the area. There is no parking anywhere, be ready to leave your car at the campsite and walk. ALOT!
Only place that is close to NY, so if we go back then I will stay again.
December 15, 2017 - reviewed by John D.
The location and ferry and train transportation makes this a great place to stay. It is extremely close to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island and a short ferry or train ride to the World Trade buildings and memorial. You stay packed in to each other in a parking lot. Or, you can opt for a much cheaper spot in the adjoining boat yard without any hookups. That's what we did and had nobody within shouting distance. Being self contained and having a generator and using their dump and showers worked well for us. We were there June 2017.
October 5, 2017 - reviewed by Anna
Best RV Spot For NYC
Experience inner city with the best views, Lady Liberty to the South, New York City Financial District /Lower Manhattan to the East. Several ferry piers nearby to travel across Hudson River to NYC. Several vessel filled marinas on water sides.
Booked online early to get a good spot. Skyrise construction and road development right next to camp was tricky but not a problem.
We were not there during day time to hear the noise, yet was very quiet at night with security at gate.
Needed a security gcode for showers/RR, there was a laundry and dish wash area.
I researched for RV camping for NYC travel, Liberty Harbor was closest and best rate for the location.
I recommend this for all RV travelers that want to experience NYC, but don't want to pay high tolls, high cost hotels, inner city parking and not be too far from camp.
We had a very good experience and trip from Liberty Harbor RV Park...10/2016.
May 12, 2016 - reviewed by Jabbar
Very very expensive. Noisy. Customer care very bad. The road to it is under construction and it is very problematic getting there driving your RV. We got there around 4:00 they charged me extra day. Each time you need to empty your tanks you have to drive it to a single spot used by all RVs. If there was a zero rating I would use it
April 4, 2016 - reviewed by Mai Thai
Noisy nearby construction, Poor Internet wifi, Expensive rates
December 24, 2015 - reviewed by Mustafa
Amazing place to access Manhattan. Lovely though ;)