Good Sam Park King Phillip’s Campground in Lake George, New York

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May 27, 2011

If you’re searching for a place to stay in New York’s southern Adirondacks this summer, look no further than King Phillip’s Family Campsites, an 8/8/8.5-rated Good Sam Park. King Phillip’s Family Campsites has all of the amenities for every type of camper, with tent sites, full-hookup sites and pull-throughs. If you forget anything at home, there’s an on-site convenience store with limited groceries and RV supplies, plus a propane filling service for LP tanks and motorhomes.

King Phillip’s Family Campsites is a family-run campground that offers great hospitality to its guests. The crowd-pleasing Lake George Village is only a short bike or trolley ride away, so there’s always plenty to do, both on and off the property.

For more information, visit the King Phillip’s Campground listing on the Good Sam Club website.

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  2. Jerry Hall

    HELP! I received a phone call in November from a Good Sam Rep? We discussed several subjects one of which was renewing my membership which wasn’t due until January 2011. I agreesd to go ahead and renew in November and was told my new card would be forth coming. I either never got the new membership card or I inadvertantly placed it in a never to be found file. I am just now back on my feet after some health issues and ready to travel some while summer is finally here. My Question is
    HOW can I get my new Membership Card replaced?? My 2010 Card ID # 59363259 I have been a Member since 02/01/06.
    Thank for any help you can offer,
    Jerry Hall

  3. henry rua

    King phillips sorry my complaint is with good sam not you

  4. henry rua

    exetened warranty False claims. I submitted two explainations with no results down for 5 days waitng for repair and not covered because we were not in an acciedent why and why keep paying 1,600.00 dollars a year if it is not covered when you need it . Pleae reply