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Adirondack Mountains

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“high peaks” (6 reviews)
“saranac lake” (2 reviews)
“adirondacks” (21 reviews)
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

The Chateaugay Lakes in the Northern Adirondacks are only about 30 miles from Canada, and are stunning in their beauty. The upper and lower lakes are connected by a narrows waterway, and flow into the Chateaugay River and eventually into the St. Lawrence River just...More

Thank ettadallas
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Bring good walking shoes, binoculars, water bottle. Very scenic mountain range. Beautiful views - hills, trees, stream. Absolutely breathtaking. Many hiking trails. Fresh air. The Aroma of pine is wonderful.

Thank Rita S
Reviewed 10 July 2017 via mobile

Great time in the adirondacks. Had a little rain which dampened our spirits a little, and our camping spirits. Every little town, so cute and quaint. You could stay here easy for a week! Our highlights: saranac lake, lake placid, whiteface mountain, though not running...More

Thank skhill5
Reviewed 9 July 2017

Meacham Lake Campground is a NY DEC campground about halfway between Malone Ny and Saranac Lake, NY. It is a beautiful setting on Lake Meacham. We stayed at one of the walk-in tent sites right on the lake in Meacham Lake West. The sites are...More

Thank Leca C
Reviewed 4 November 2016

Hiking to Hurricane Mountain Fire Tower in October. One of the most beautiful trips with great weather and colorful scenery all around. A four or five hour climb with views that get better with altitude, the cherry on top is the tower which you can...More

Thank pablo c
Reviewed 28 September 2016

Tahawus Tract. Abandoned ghost town in the Adirondack mountains of New York. Circa 1847 (Blast furnace built) Very few buildings still standing but a beautiful drive through the spacious Adirondack mountains. Enjoy!

1  Thank Rich A
Reviewed 18 September 2016

** This is what I shared in Survey from state We have camped in many NY and PA stateparks. We thought the daily cleanup of bathrooms was very good, but we thought the overall maintenance of the campsite was poor. The mens bathroom urinal by...More

1  Thank DonHamp
Reviewed 25 June 2016

We spend a lot of time up in the Adirondacks in the summer months! Our favorite hike is Cascade mountain. Have climbed it a number of times and the views are beautiful. So worth the effort!! Easier than most of the other high peaks and...More

Thank blondy414
Reviewed 14 January 2016

Summer 2015 first time we visited Adirondack Park. We do have inflatable boat, so all our water adventures on this boat. It is easy to pack, easy to store inside the car. I would not say it is so easy to use it, still we...More

2  Thank Raven V
Reviewed 7 December 2015

We traveled through the mountains that seemed to go on forever. It was a wonderful road trip that I hope to take again someday.

Thank Andrea K
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