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Adirondack Park

#3 of 6 things to do in Northville Features Animals
Northville, NY
+1 518-327-3000
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Still unique in all the world

The Adirondacks are a one-of-a-kind location and "park" that is larger than seven states. There is... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
Larry W
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Rochester, New York
Spectacular!!

Very impressed and mesmerized with the park and how friendly everyone was. So many areas to see... read more

Reviewed 27 August 2016
Gay E
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The largest park in the lower 48 states offers year-round outdoor and indoor environmental activities for all ages.
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“high peaks” (2 reviews)
“new york” (3 reviews)
“adirondacks” (13 reviews)
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Northville, NY
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+1 518-327-3000
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Reviewed 6 days ago

The Adirondacks are a one-of-a-kind location and "park" that is larger than seven states. There is something for everyone here. I spent nine days in perfect solitude, 15 miles back into the woods. It was gorgeous, and I got to make friends with several chipmunks...More

Thank Larry W
Reviewed 27 August 2016 via mobile

Very impressed and mesmerized with the park and how friendly everyone was. So many areas to see, hike, bike, swim. My kind of vacation! Definitely worth a return trip!

Thank Gay E
Reviewed 23 August 2016

Many store fronts are from early 19 hundreds. Northville is home to the "OLDEST" 5 and Dime store in the U.S.. The Park offers awesome scenery, camping, hunting, fishing, museums, historical land marks, great dinning and accommodations from bed and breakfast to luxury hotels. Don't...More

2  Thank CSWAT
Reviewed 19 August 2016

I was up in the Adirondacks last week for a book signing, and once again I have to say that there is no place in the world that comes close to this land. From the small towns and Olympic Village, to the mountain, to the...More

1  Thank Larry W
Reviewed 31 March 2016

What a peaceful, beautiful, very large park. It's nature at its finest. You could spend the day, a couple of hours or a week.

1  Thank gurr10
Reviewed 23 March 2016

I tell people "Look on a map at that large part in the northern New York where there are hardly any towns or roads. That's us!" Since I live in a small village on a lake in the southern Adirondacks, I have been able to...More

3  Thank pastorklueg
Reviewed 9 January 2016

Rollings Pond is one of the campground in Central Adirondack. Most campsites, but not all of them located on the waterfront, so it is constant access to the water adventures. Our site was not far from comfort station, one one station with hot shower. So...More

Thank Raven V
Reviewed 15 October 2015 via mobile

At slightly larger than the entire state of New Hampshire, it takes more than 3 hours to cross. Towns are as far as 40 miles apart. There are 6000 lakes and ponds all open to the public although many are not accessible except to avid...More

5  Thank Harry D
Reviewed 15 October 2015

I often go there for winter camping and it is very nice. The crowd and the bears are gone. Bring a tent just in case that you can't find availaibility in a leanto. My favorite summit is Colden

Thank Stephane_Roberge
Reviewed 10 September 2015 via mobile

So much to do, so much to see that I couldn't do it justice. If you are going to be in upstate New York I highly recommend you google things to do in the Adirondack Park. There are options for everyone.

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gracheva07
7 July 2016|
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Response from Raven V | Reviewed this property |
Yes, dogs are allowed to park. They must be on lash even on site. It is allowed to hike with dogs, but dog must be on lash to protect dog and wild life. I camp on public camps only, never on private, so I do not know the... More
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Debbie C
22 September 2015|
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Response from Raven V | Reviewed this property |
Adirondack is wild place. In October park will be closed. Something at first week. But even it is opened I would not recommend to go there without being good camper. It is very cold out of there. Adirondack is wild forest... More
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