Have you been to an enormously isolated lake surrounded by acres of dense woodlands where you can set your tent up, kill time with new activities or just be lazy all day? That’s what you’ll feel at the Cranberry Lake Campground in New York. Yes, it’s just around New York! The campground is located at Cranberry Lake Village in Adirondacks, North of New York. The lake is one of the largest remote areas remaining in the state.
The Cranberry Lake Campground is surprisingly just a portion of the whole Cranberry Lake. There’s the Cranberry Lake Wild Forest, the Five Pond Wilderness Area, the Clifton Town Beach, and finally, the Cranberry Lake Campground. All of these areas are accessible to tourists and locals. What sets the campground apart from its neighboring recreational areas are the cheap and clean amenities as well as the privacy it offers to its visitors.
If you’re one who loves to do aquatic leisure activities, the 55-mile shoreline the lake boasts is for you. You can spend your time swimming, fishing, canoeing, water skiing, sail boating, or just observing the graceful ducks migrating and inhabiting the lake all day long.
Not only is the place perfect for water activities, but it’s also an excellent area for hiking, biking, hunting, camping, and picnicking courtesy of the park’s unbroken and seemingly “forever wild” forest preserve. Continue reading