You are responsible for making your own campsite reservation with the campground. Before reserving a glamper, be sure to lock in your campsite with the county/state/private campground. Your glamper rental and campsite rental are two different things.
The Suffolk County Campground reservation website is located here: https://parks.suffolkcountyny.gov/wbwsc/webtrac.wsc/SPLASH.html
You will need a Green-Key to make a reservation with the county. A Green Key card identifies the holder as a Suffolk County resident and entitles one access to Suffolk County Parks and to reduced fees for park activities.
County reservations can only be made 180 days (or less) out from the check in date desired. So if you wanted to check in on July 1st, you couldn't make your county reservation until at least January 1st.
If you need help with your county park reservation, contact the Suffolk County Parks Administration Office at (631) 854-4949.
Many campers will reserve a glamper by making the $300 security deposit before making their county park reservation. They are gambling that they will get a spot when it opens up. If you are feeling lucky, go for it! But beware, the $300 deposit is non-refundable if you can't get a camping spot.
In an effort to maintain positive vibe and good karma, we will return the deposit if another renter books your glamper for the same dates. It seems to be working out because we have yet to keep a deposit. I hope I didn't jinx you.
A $300 (Venmo/PayPal) security deposit is due within 24 hours of making your reservation. We'll send you a link to pay with.
The need for excessive cleaning/repair to the glamper will be deducted from the security deposit.
Deposits will be returned after the glamper is cleaned and all equipment, etc are accounted for.
There are no refunds for inclement weather/storms/hurricanes or piping plover shut downs.
If you book a beach vacation, and the beach closes due to piping plover activity, you can move your reservation to another park. Deposits will not be refunded if you don't use the reservation. Beach camping on the island is fantastic, but it comes with risks.