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camping, tents, camps, camp, new yorkThe Adirondack Park and adjacent areas contain thousands of lakes and ponds and hundreds of miles of rivers and streams, including the mountain lake that is the headwaters of the Hudson River. It can be considered one of the nations most valuable resources. Below are some of the more popular routes, though many of the best experiences can still be found by exploration.

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Eagle Bay, Old Forge, Thendara
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Keene Valley, Lake Placid, Elizabethtown
Lake Placid, Keene
Constableville, Lyons Falls, Osceola
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Saranac Lake, Tupper Lake
Thurman, Stony Creek, Brant Lake
Lake George, North Creek
Raquette Lake, Indian Lake
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Cotton, Potsdam, Ogdensburg
Cranberry Lake, Potsdam



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Bear Cub Adventures
30 Bear Cub Road, Lake Placid, NY 12946 - (518) 523-4339
Offering Outdoor Guided Adventures and Skills Instruction; Wilderness Canoe Trips, Canoe & Kayak Instruction, Family Fishing Trips, and so much more.



St. Regis Canoe Outfitters - Floodwood Rd. at Long Pond Portage P.O. Box 318, Lake Clear, NY 12945 518-891-1838 Fax: 518-891-6405 Toll-Free: 888-SR KAYAK ( 888-775-2925 )
Instructions ,Programs, Outfitting Services, Canoe & Kayak Rentals, Camping Gear Rentals, Transportation. All of your outfitting needs in the Adirondacks.


Adirondack Sport Shop
"Home to the Ausable Wullf", Wilmington, NY - (518) 359-2174
Fran Betters has been known by sportsmen for years as the definitive expert on fishing and fly-fishing in the Adirondacks and author of many indispensable books! He offers fly fishing and casting instructions, stream orientations and an open invitation to all who fish to attend his FREE Barbeques and flycasting clinics throughout the summer!


Blue Mountain Outfitters Blue Mountain Lake Open 7 days from 9 AM until 6 PM. Blue Mountain Lake, 144 Main Street, (518) 352-7306 We feature many crafts from hand pounded handmade black ash pack baskets, cloth, metals, jewelry, to balsam and clay. Blue Mountain Outfitters is a full service fly fishing outfitter offering proven names Fly fishing instructions and guiding are available upon request.



Tahawus Limited
P.O. Box 424, Lake Placid, NY 12946 - (518) 891-4334
Tahawus Guide Services offers traditional outdoor adventures for people of all ages, regardless of ability level or physical condition. Based on the legendary guide services of the late 1800's, the guides of Tahawus are experienced outdoor professionals who will delight you with the natural history and lore of the Adirondacks. Offering Fly Fishing, Canoe and Fishing trips, Mountaineering, Ski Tours, and so much more.


 

Campsites for Boaters - Kayak & Canoers

The Adirondack park offers a range of campsites as follows:

1. Roadside Public Campgrounds - multiple campsites, drive-in convenience, fee charged, showers, usually some hook-ups and many have lakefront sites. Examples: Fish Creek Pond, Rollins Pond, Buck Pond, Meacham Lake.

2. Wild Forest Campgrounds - multiple campsites, boat access only, fee charged, some have amenities like an outhouse, picnic table or a fireplace with a grill. Examples: Lower and Middle Saranac Lakes.

3. Designated Campsites - no fee charged - may or may not have any amenities. Examples: St. Regis Canoe Area and Fish Creek Ponds Area.

4. Established Campsites - no fee charged, occasionally an outhouse or picnic table, fireplace may be an informal ring of stones. These fire rings should be used for open fires. Please do not remove them. Examples: Raquette River, Paul Smiths Area and Lake Kushaqua Area, Tupper Lake.

Camping Permits for Kayak & Canoers

Camping permits are required for: (1) any party of ten or more, or (2) any party remaining in the same location for four or more nights. You are responsible for obtaining your own camping permit before your arrival from the State Forest Ranger for the district in which you will enter state lands. New York State now requires that anyone bringing --paying clients-- onto state land must have a Guide’s License. Non-profit organizations are exempt.

In accordance with state laws, (1) properly dispose of human wastes (burial at least 8- down and 150’ away from water or camp), (2) help maintain water quality by not washing directly in the lake or stream, (3) cut only wood that is both dead and down and (4) carry out all you carry in. Boiling or treating drinking water is recommended.

Region 5 Forest Rangers - Zone A
NameLocationCountyTelephone
Lt. Robert Marrone
Zone Supervisor
Saranac LakeEssex, Fraklin
& Hamilton
518-891-2437
Jeffrey BalernoBloomingdaleEssex & Franklin518-891-0477
Keith BassagePaul SmithsEssex & Franklin518-327-3132, Cell: 518-335-5087
Pete EvansLake ClearEssex & Franklin518-891-4897
Julie HarjungSaranac LakeEssex & Franklin518-891-7379, Cell: 518-810-3985
Jim WatersLong LakeHamilton518-624-3272, Cell: 518-335-3261
Robert ZurekWhitney-Lake Lila
Wilderness Area
Hamilton518-624-6686, Cell: 518-505-4151





Camping Permits for Kayak & Canoers
Camping is permitted in the Adirondacks on state lands, and these areas offer numerous locations for overnight camping and day use. Adirondack Leantos are for the temporary use of overnight travelers and unless caught in a storm, they should not be used for more than one night. Canoesist should be prepared and carry their own tents in the event that leanto space is not available. In the event of cold weather, or buggy conditions a leanto is not the recommended form of overnight shelter. When camping on State land in the Adirondacks, larger groups must obtain an interior use camping permit for any overnight use (larger groups are defined as approximately 6-12 people). Smaller groups and individuals also require a permit from the DEC if they use the same location for more than three nights in a row. You need to get these permits in advance from the area forest ranger, whose address is available from the DEC.
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