Chenango County Cook Park

189 Parks Rd, Chenango Forks, NY 13746
Chenango County Cook Park
Chenango County Cook Park
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40 total RV sites, can accommodate RVs up to 25-30ft (depending on site), back ins, 30 amp, water & electric hookups, dump station, tent sites, seasonal sites, lean-to’s, restrooms, showers, picnic tables, fire rings, BBQ, phone, playground, biking, nature watching, boating (Trolling Motors ONLY), canoeing, basketball, volleyball, bird watching, recycling. 1.5 miles of hiking trails. 18-acre fishing pond stocked with Large Mouth Bass, Pickerel, Bullhead and Sunfish. Fishing available from the shores or docks. Pavilion with large grill that seats 50 people available with reservations.

Important Campground Notes

Open Memorial Day weekend thru Columbus Day. PA discount is valid for 5 nights max. PA discount is not valid during holidays and holiday weekends. Reservations and drive-ups welcome. Call or email for availability and more information. Check-in 3PM, check-out 11AM. PA discount applies to nightly rate only, and is not available on seasonal sites.


Located 3 miles from Greene. Cook Park is conveniently located one mile east of the Town of Greene, in southern Chenango County. From Route 206, go south on Stein Road, up the hill to Parks Road. Park entrance is 1/2 mile up on the right.

  • Back-Ins

  • Partial Hookups

  • 30 Amp Service

  • Water

  • Dump Station

  • Tents

  • Restrooms

  • Showers

  • Picnic Tables

  • BBQ

  • Fire Rings

  • Basketball

  • Biking

  • Boating

  • Canoeing

  • Fishing

  • Hiking

  • Nature Watching

  • Playground

  • Volleyball

  • Pets Welcome

  • Recycling


In 1961 Chenango County with Soil and Water Conservation District worked together to create an impoundment on a parcel of land just outside the Town of Greene. The impoundment became known as Greene Pond. After years of leasing the property to the Greene Campers Club, Chenango County developed roadways, campsites, and a well. The man who was instrumental in the development of the park was Town of Pitcher Supervisor, Gaius M. Cook. Upon his death in 1970, Green Pond became known as Gaius M. Cook Memorial Park, also known as Cook Park. Since then the park has been home to both seasonal and week-end campers. The goal of the park is to provide a relaxing and enjoyable atmosphere for all of our visitors. We look forward to seeing you soon.

Area Attractions

Chenango County has numerous restaurants, golf courses, Colorscape Chenango County Arts Festival, Northeast Classic Car Museum, Breweries, Farm Stands, Farmers Market, Wolf Mountain Nature Center, Finger Lakes Trail, bowling, colonial theater, fitness centers, libraries, Binghamton Rumble Ponies Minor League Baseball, motocross racing, Rogers Environmental Education Center & Antiques. Greene NY offers Labor Day Celebration - Firewolves, Apple Fest, Wild Owl Restaurant, and an airport.

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