Camping for tents and RV/trailers. Hiking trails, trailer dumping, boat launch and rentals available.

This is a New York State DEC campground.

The fishing from the lake front sites in Eighth Lake Campground has always been good, and there's even a small boat launch where one could troll for lake trout.

This spot allows access to both Seventh and Eighth lakes.  A nice, short fishing dock extends into Seventh Lake, where fishing in the evenings is even better.

There are also numerous hiking and nature trails nearby.

Excellent family campground with  135 tent and trailer sites.  Interpretative nature trail located along the northern boundary of the campground. Black-topped roadway is great for bicycling and walking. Trailhead for 3 hiking trails begins within the boundaries of the campground. Many other hiking trails located nearby. Canoe, kayak and rowboat rentals are available.

Mobility impaired accessibility, picnic area with tables, fireplaces, hot showers, flush toilets, trailer dump station, recycling center.

Recreational activities: Fishing, swimming, bicycling, boating and hiking.

Great quiet family campground with 78 large wooded well-spaced campsites, located on picturesque Piseco Lake.

Numerous hiking trails only minutes from campground. Swimming, sailing, canoeing and fishing are all available to campers.

Concrete boat launch, hot showers, flush and vault toilets, trailer dump station, firewood for puchase, pay telephone and recycling center all available on site.

Great family campground with tent and trailer sites, picnic tables, fireplaces, flush toilets, hot showers, a trailer dump station, recycling center, sand beach, and a bathhouse.

Recreational opportunities: Boating (smaller boats recommended due to lake's shallow depth), fishing, bicycling.

Canoe and kayak rentals available.

Fishing: Tiger muskey, smallmouth bass, sunfish, yellow perch, white sucker, brown trout, and brown bullheads.

Hiking: Located on the Northville-Placid Trail; wilderness trails accessible directly from campground.

Nearby cultural institutions: Adirondack Experience, Museum on Blue Mountain Lake; Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts in Blue Mountain Lake; The Wild Center in Tupper Lake; and Adirondack Public Observatory in Tupper Lake

Boat access only. 55 sites with picnic tables, fireplace, and pit toilets. At entrance: firewood sales and pay telephone. Many nearby hiking trails. Lake side marina on Rte 30.

NYS DEC Campground:

"Beautiful wild forest islands offering wilderness camping and some of the best recreational boating in the Adirondacks, Indian Lake Islands Campground is located on the southern shore of 4,365 acre Indian Lake. All the campsites offer privacy. They are large and well forested. Campsites are accessible by boat only. Campers register at the boat launch adjacent to the Lewey Lake Public Campground off Route 30. The opportunity to camp on an island or along the shore of Indian Lake makes this one of the most popular camping destinations in the Adirondacks. Indian Lake Islands Campground offers a variety of recreational opportunities including: Canoeing and boating, hiking, fishing, and picnicking."

Located on picturesque Piseco Lake, offers activities such as hiking, swimming and fishing. Well wooded areas.

John Dillon Park

John Dillon Park is a fully accessible campground with nature trails, campsites, and lean-to's, making it easier for anyone to enjoy a true Adirondack wilderness camping experience.  The 200 acre park was designed exclusively for people with disabilities through a partnership between International Paper and Paul Smiths College.  Resting on the shores of Grampus Lake, the campground contains more than 3 miles of trails and 8 specially designed Adirondack leantos, plus a customized pontoon boat for visitors to enjoy.

Reservations are required, but the park is available to anyone free of charge.

Phone:

May 1 to August 27:
518-524-6226

August 28 to April 30:
518-327-6126

Limekiln Lake Campground is run by the DEC. You can fish from any of the lakefront sites as well as from the public boat launch. There's splake and brown trout for the advanced fisherman, and sunfish, bullhead, and perch for the smaller anglers.

The campground has 3 miles of paved roadway that is great for road biking in the spring, summer, and fall. In the winter the town of Inlet grooms a 3 mile loop for cross-country skiing. These are double and single-track trails that connect to Fern Park. Be aware that there may be a few wet sections that have to be walked.

Location

From downtown Inlet travel 0.75 mile northeast on Route 28 and turn right on Limekiln Lake Road. Drive 2 miles to the campsite entrance on the right.

Distance

An easy 3-mile loop.

It can take a few hours to complete all of the campground loops.

Winter Overview

The town of Inlet highway department plows a four-car parking area at the beginning of the campsite road. Cross–country ski trails are groomed for both skate and traditional skiing. Always check ice thickness before walking on local lakes. The lake sees a small amount of snowmobile travel during the winter. Ice fisherman enjoy good action with splake and perch.

Hitchins Pond has 5 primitive campsites along the shore, available on a 1st come, 1st serve basis. Access to to the pond is by foot, via a 2.5 mile walk in from CR421, or a 3.0 mile canoe on the Bog River, from the Lower Dam put south of Horsehoe Lake.

Directions: From Long Lake, drive 12 miles north on Route 30, to County Route 421 ( 1/5 miles past the Hamilton / Franklin County Line ). Take a left on CR 421 heading west.

For Hiking Access: Follow the road (CR 421) for 7.5 miles, to a fork in the road, with a yellow gate across the left road. Park at this point. The road to Hitchins Pond/Upper Dam is the one on the left, past the gate. Walk in on the level, dirt road to the Upper Dam, take a left and head towards Hitchens Pond.

For Canoe Access: Follow the road (CR 421) for 5.8 miles, and make a left (follow signs) and follow another .7 mile to the lower dam on the Bog River. You can put your canoe in here, and paddle into Hitchins Pond.

Environmental Conservation Campground. Boat access campground for tents. Fishing, boat launch and hiking/nature trails available.

Southern portion of the Adirondack Park. Area is basically flat with splendid scenery of the east and west branches of the Sacanadga River meeting at this point. Junior Naturalist Program.

Located on picturesque Piseco Lake, offering quiet solitude.

Located on picturesque Sacandaga Lake. Area is generally flat and well wooded with large white pines and hardwoods. Interpreter/activity program.

Located on water. Boat launch, boat rentals, tables, hot showers, dump station. Fishing, swimming.

Within 2 mi: boat rentals, restaurants and convenient store. On water, boat launch, fishing, swimming.

Boat access only. Boat launch, boat rentals, tables, fireplaces.

Camping for tents and RV/trailers. Hiking trails, trailer dumping, boat launch and rentals available.

10 camping cabins (outside bathrooms) with housekeeping, on Oxbow Lake. 1 cabin avail during the winter months. canoeing, cabins & tent sites. Hunting area, snowmobile trail, gas & oil. Row boat with each cabin. 10 cabins with 1-4 bdrms in each.