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7201 Cove Rd

Durhamville, New York 13054

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TEL: 315-762-0210  

E-MAIL: paradisecovecamp@aol.com

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AROUND PARADISE COVE

Enjoy waterfront camping here in Central New York. Paddle your kayak through the coves or on Fish Creek, take your boat for a relaxing cruise up the creek or a fast paced ride on Oneida Lake, or simply relax on your campsite and watch the boats and kayakers. Whatever your style, let the laid back, serene atmosphere offered here at Paradise Cove unravel the stresses life can bring.

 

Paradise Cove is located on a dead end road in Durhamville, NY, just a few miles from the small quaint historic town of Sylvan Beach. We’re close enough to enjoy the beach and surrounding attractions,   yet far enough off the beaten path that you can come back after a day full of adventures to the serene nature and relaxing atmosphere our campground has to offer.

Seasonal Sites 

At Paradise Cove, we only offer seasonal campsites. Our season runs May 1st  through October 15th. Due to being in the flood zone, all campers and items must be removed from the campground for the off season by October 15th. Our sites located on Fish Creek are $2,200.00 and the sites on our Coves are $2,100.00. Each site has water and 30 amp electric hook ups, and we do weekly pump outs. Our “family unit” is considered 2 adults and 3 children 19 years of age and under. Visitors are charged $3.00 for the day and an additional $3.00 for overnight, children 6-19 are $1.50 for the day, and an additional $1.50 for overnight, 5 and under are free. For frequent visiting guests we also offer a variety of seasonal passes.

Nearby Attractions 
Oneida Lake

Love spending time on the water? Then you will love our campground located  on Fish Creek just minutes from the Erie Canal and Oneida Lake. Oneida Lake offers 22 miles of boating and water paradise.

You can fish right off your own dock at your campsite or venture out on the lake which offers many fish species including walleye and largemouth bass.