Adirondack "By Owner"

Saranac Lake Chain Region
The Saranac Lake chain offers plenty of options for boating, kayaking, fishing, hiking, biking and camping. Rainbow Lake, Upper and Lower St. Regis Lake, the St. Regis canoe area, Lake Clear, Upper, Middle and Lower Saranac Lake, Kiwassa and Oseetah Lakes, the Saranac River and Union Falls are the major waterways. There are also several smaller ponds and waterways, many either directly connected or requiring a short portage. The Fish Creek campground is at the heart of these waterways. Camping sites can also be found on Lower Saranac Lake and other areas. The Visitor Interpretive Center (VIC) is in Paul Smiths and offers scenic walking trails for all seasons with indoor exhibits. The town of Saranac Lake has been highly ranked as best small town and vacation destination. It also hosts the Saranac Lake Winter Carnival, the oldest winter festival in the eastern United States. Winter brings plenty of options for cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling. The region stretches south to Coreys, north to Duane, up route 3 to Redford and includes the towns of Bloomingdale, Brighton, Clayburg, Coreys, Duane, Duane Stage, Franklin Falls, Gabriels, Harrietstown, Horseshoe Pond, Lake Clear, Lake Clear Junction, Lake Ozonia, Loon Lake, Lower Saranac Lake, Middle Saranac Lake, Onchiota, Oseetah Lake, Paul Smiths, Rainbow Lake, Ray Brook, Redford, Riverview, Saranac Inn, Saranac Lake, Sugarbush, Union Falls, Upper Saranac Lake, Upper St. Regis Lake, Vermontville.
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