Welcome to
Camp Tin Box

Camp Tin Box

Outdoor family adventure with modern amenities and retro vibes.
Pack up your station wagon, hitch up the camper and hike up your socks for an Adirondack’s camping experience from the way back.

As the most unique overnight destination in New York’s Adirondack Mountains, Camp Tin Box promises a far-out family adventure for all ages. We’re a retro camp resort from another time, where families unplug and unwind the way campers got down in the 1970s.

Dig the outdoors in throwback style, at Camp Tin Box!


Stay at Our Place, Your Way

Book it to themed cabins, cottages, yurts, and tent sites. Or keep the good times rollin’ in your own RV with full hook-up sites.
All of the sites in our sprawling retro camping resort feature today’s amenities and a laid-back vibe from another time.

Cabins & Cottages

RV & Tent Sites

Get Busy



Waterfront Fun

Take in the unforgettable views of the Adirondacks as you explore countless miles of trails and play in the Schroon River. Fish, float, hike, raft and soak in the wildlife right outside of your campsite.

Stay busy onsite with old school fun, from the arcade to the heated pools, playgrounds, a mini train, and themed family activities under a rustic pavilion. Unplug and play with a giant jumping pillow, water slide, wading pool, mini-golf, and more, right on site.

No matter which way you choose to stay, you can rely on modern creature comforts including a camp store, coin-operated laundry center, bathhouses, Wi-Fi, cable, and a snack bar.

Heated Pools

Mini Golf

Get Local

Around Town

North Hudson, New York is known as “The Hub of the Adirondacks” because it’s central to everywhere you’d want to be. Our town features the NYS Forest Preserve, home to thousands of acres of outdoor adventure for all ages. Local Gokey’s Trading Post Outlet Stores & Auctions is always a fun stop too, for a rainy day treasure hunt and outlet bargains.

Nearby Fort Ticonderoga and Mount Defiance host historical reenactments in a reconstructed fort and battlefield. A 6-acre corn maze, gardens, special events, boat cruises, and farm-to-fork dining all await in this unforgettable attraction overlooking Lake Champlain and The Green Mountains of Vermont.

Fort Ticonderoga

Play, climb, learn and eat at the Natural Stone Bridge & Caves, the largest marble cave entrance in the eastern U.S. Adventure tours, 3/4 mile cave trail, challenge hikes, a history hut, and a rock shop make this a radical local spot.

Daytrips Within an Hour

Experience the story and nature of the Adirondacks in a hands-on journey through 20 buildings set on Blue Mountain Lake at the Adirondack Experience Museum on Blue Mountain Lake. This is a museum like no other and you can boat, hike or experience history inside a whole campus of reconstructed historical places.

Walk on the wild side at Ausable Chasm. This home of daring adventures in the Adirondacks offers rafting, rappelling, river walks, lantern tours, rock climbing, tubing, and more.

Ausable Chasm
Famous Lake Placid and Mirror Lake are about an hour’s drive for those who want to explore Winter Olympics glory, world-class dining, local wineries, and more.