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NOTICE!!!

CAMPGROUNDS ARE TO REMAIN CLOSED DUE TO COVID RESTRICTIONS UNTIL MAY 1, 2020

Campgrounds

The Clinton County Health Department works with the local campground owner/operatorsChildrensCamps to ensure that water and sanitation systems are in working order per the NYS Sanitary Code.


Applying for a Permit to Operate

Campgrounds are regulated by the New York State Sanitary Code, Subpart 7-3. All campgrounds with more than five camping sites are under the jurisdiction of the Health Department and require an annual operating permit.


New or Campgrounds (Construction)

Anyone wishing to develop a new campground in Clinton County must submit complete engineered blue prints of the proposed facility.

Approval will also likely be required from the local Town, The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and possibly the Adirondack Park Agency.

The Clinton County Health Department will contact you once you submit a "Notice of Intent" with the next steps that you need to take, to get your project cleared per the NYS Sanitation Code regulations.


County Inspections of Campgrounds

Regular inspections are performed by Health Department inspectors to check for such items as drinking water safety, general sanitation, sewage and garbage disposal and fire safety.

 

 

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Campers

Permitted Campgrounds in Clinton County

Starting a Campground 

NY State Subpart 7-3 Campgrounds

Application for Permit to Operate

Notice of Intent


 

Contact Us
Clinton County Health Department
Environmental Health & Safety Division
(518) 565-4870  

 ATUPA 

 

 

MENU
menu

NOTICE!!!

CAMPGROUNDS ARE TO REMAIN CLOSED DUE TO COVID RESTRICTIONS UNTIL MAY 1, 2020

Campgrounds

The Clinton County Health Department works with the local campground owner/operatorsChildrensCamps to ensure that water and sanitation systems are in working order per the NYS Sanitary Code.


Applying for a Permit to Operate

Campgrounds are regulated by the New York State Sanitary Code, Subpart 7-3. All campgrounds with more than five camping sites are under the jurisdiction of the Health Department and require an annual operating permit.


New or Campgrounds (Construction)

Anyone wishing to develop a new campground in Clinton County must submit complete engineered blue prints of the proposed facility.

Approval will also likely be required from the local Town, The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and possibly the Adirondack Park Agency.

The Clinton County Health Department will contact you once you submit a "Notice of Intent" with the next steps that you need to take, to get your project cleared per the NYS Sanitation Code regulations.


County Inspections of Campgrounds

Regular inspections are performed by Health Department inspectors to check for such items as drinking water safety, general sanitation, sewage and garbage disposal and fire safety.

 

 

INFO BAR


Campers

Permitted Campgrounds in Clinton County

Starting a Campground 

NY State Subpart 7-3 Campgrounds

Application for Permit to Operate

Notice of Intent


 

Contact Us
Clinton County Health Department
Environmental Health & Safety Division
(518) 565-4870  

 ATUPA