For the purposes of this article, “primitive” just means there are no hookups (ie, “dry camping” or “boondocking”), but we’ve done our best to only list the number of sites that are accessible via RV. They’re less than half of the price of privately owned RV parks, and typically three or four more times as spacious.
This is more or less what living in state parks is like. That’s just for your site alone, aside from the patch of forest you get to call your home, there’s an entire piece of preserved nature just waiting for you to explore.
SCHOOL GROUP (K – 12th Grade) Tours: Guided tours highlight the lives and lifestyle of Philip and Catharine (Van Rensselaer) Schuyler, one of 18th century Albany's wealthiest and most influential families.
Tours for grades 3 through 6 include quill pen writing and generally require 1 1/4 hours.
Chaperones: 2 chaperones per 10 children required Admission: $1.00 per child No fee: Teacher / Group Leader / Required chaperones $4.00: Extra adults (beyond required chaperone #)Minimum fee per group: $20.00 Tours scheduled jointly with Crailo State Historic Site (Rensselaer) will provide a well-rounded educational program comparing 17th century Dutch colonial and 18th century English colonial/early American life. GROUPS (Any group other than K-12)Youth Groups, College, Seniors, Other Organizations, etc.