Camping This small, sheltered, pond is a popular camping, boating, and swimming destination. Choose from primitive, island, or developed sites. Bathing beach and boat rentals. Facilities in main complex. Backcountry and boat access-only sites in more...
Hiking Rocky Peak Ridge is the 20th highest peak in the Adirondacks at 4,420 feet in elevation. It offers outstanding views from its summit, and is usually less-crowded than neighboring Giant.
For a short but sweet walk in the wilderness, check out the Grizzle Ocean loop in the Pharaoh Lake Wilderness Area.
Giant is a shortened name for the peak that was originally called Giant of the Valley, and that's exactly what it is — a huge landmass that towers over Keene Valley and the surrounding lowlands.
The 46,283-acre Pharaoh Lake Wilderness is an outstanding part of the Adirondacks! The wilderness contains an abundance of lakes and ponds, the largest being Pharaoh Lake, at 441 acres. There are nearly 70- miles of trails within the Wilderness.
Crane Pond is a beautiful gem in the Pharaoh Lake Wilderness.
Berrymill Pond is a scenic destination with hiking, camping, and paddling!
The Blueberry Hill Trails are located in the Town of Elizabethtown and were built for hiking, snowshoeing, mountain biking, horseback riding, and cross country skiing. There are several other viewing areas within the trail system that are quite rewarding.
Summer in the Lake Champlain Region Of all the seasons around here, we get the most pumped for summer. While we love our winter fun, when May rolls around we're ready to sluff off our snow pants and hop into a pair of shorts! Each summer here is more...