Adirondack Beaches and MORE
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The Adirondack Park contains more than 3,000 lakes and ponds and 6,000 miles of rivers and streams. The largest lake being the beautiful Lake Champlain (over 100 miles miles long). Adirondack paddling ranges from whitewater chutes to glassy shiny ponds. The Adirondacks remain one of the world's great destination of wilderness canoeing & kayaking. The acquisitions of the Park continues to increase, so we welcome your contribution (or paddling story) of where to visit next.
Below are many enjoyable sites to start exploring and enjoying! Before you go out on H2O waterways, please be sure to check your Paddling Guidebooks and maps (see resources below) before heading out. Keep safety in mind at all times. Check out our Guide Services or Wilderness Directory if you'd rather swim the natural beaches! E-mail us your water adventure stories and we'll publish and share your story. By sharing, we better our world. Put a smile on a new friend's face! We appreciate reciprocal links! Please patronized our businesses.
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