ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) – Overnight stays at the campgrounds in New York state’s parks are continuing to surge.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo says there were 680,533 overnight stays at state campgrounds through mid-October.

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That’s up from 663,953 overnight stays in 2018.

There are 8,555 campsites available around the state, and some offer cabins, cottages and even yurts.

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Western New York and the Finger Lakes regions are among the highest-used areas for overnight camping in the state.

Late-season camping is available at some sites through the end of the month.

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