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Belvedere Lake Campground & Family Resort

Only minutes from Cooperstown, and surrounding Belvedere Lake in Roseboom, New York we offer campsites in a beautiful country setting with full and partial hookups available. Located near our restroom & shower facilities. With 20/30/50 amp electric service available.

We also have a number of tent only sites with no hookups and convenient access to restrooms and showers. Our tent sites are mostly wooded sites with open grassy sites also available. Each Campsite includes a picnic table and fire ring. We also have octagon cottages that offer two bedrooms, bath, kitchenette, living room and a view of the lake from their decks.

Cottages are full house keeping, visit our rates & reservations page for more information and details.

Visit our executive nine hole golf course with five par 3-holes, three par 4-holes, and one par 5-hole. Designed to take advantage of our natural beauty, and rolling terrain. The course is a challenge with water hazards and surrounded by trees. All designed to make your stay with us an enjoyable experience.


We strongly advise that you check business websites or call ahead for the most up-to-date information on possible limited hours and whether reservations are necessary or not. 

General Information

Season / Hours of Operation

May 1 - October 15, Cabins Weekly


  • Guest-only Equipment Rentals,
  • Free Parking,
  • Boating/Water Sports,
  • Fishing,
  • Pet-friendly, ask for details,
  • Tenting Sites,
  • Full Hook-up Sites,
  • Pull Thru Sites,
  • Dumping Station,
  • Cabins, Lodges or Tiny Homes,
  • Game Room or Sports Courts,
  • Playground,
  • Pavilion or Picnic Area,
  • Bathing Facility,
  • Self-Service Laundry Facility,
  • Fire Pit,
  • Charcoal Grills,
  • Family Fun,
  • Reservations Required,
  • RV Sites,
  • Water Hookup,
  • Electric,
  • Wedding Ceremony and/or Reception Friendly,
  • Waterfalls,
  • Lake
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