Adirondack "By Owner"

Tupper Lake Region
At the center of the Adirondack Park is the Town of Tupper Lake, which is accessed by two Scenic Byways, routes 3 and 30. It is also home to the Natural History Museum of the Adirondacks (the "Wild Center"). The Wild Center is a must see -- with both indoor and outdoor exhibits and walking trails throughout every season. The annual Woodsmen's Days is held in Tupper Lake every summer. An exciting weekend filled with parades, logging demonstrations, horse pulling, chainsaw carving, axe throwing and much more. The Tupper Lake Region has several options for lake related activities including Big and Little Tupper Lake, Cranberry Lake, Star Lake and Lake Lila. Route 3 bisects the region with the Town of Tupper Lake at the eastern edge and Harrisville at the western edge. The region includes the towns of Brandy Brook, Belfort, Childwold, Conifer, Cranberry Lake, Croghan, East Pitcairn, Fine, Harrisville, Horseshoe, Indian River, Joe Indian Lake, Kirschnerville, Lake Bonaparte, Lower Oswegatchie, Moody, Mt. Arab, Natural Bridge, Newton Falls, Piercefield, Pitcairn, Sabattis, Sevey Corners, Star Lake, Tupper Lake and Wanakena.
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