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Tips and info on low-impact camping in the Adirondacks. Some of our favorite campgrounds in the Adirondacks, and information on what to pack, see and do while camping in the Adirondacks.

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Leave No Trace: Keeping peaks clean allows alpine species to live freely and undisturbed in their natural habitat. Adirondack Camping, Alpine Plants, Habitats, Leaves, Natural, Nature, Au Natural

How to Help Protect Alpine Plant Habitats | Adirondack Council

Leave No Trace: Keeping peaks clean allows alpine species to live freely and undisturbed in their natural habitat.

Studies show that those that just returned from a three-day backpacking trip in wilderness did 50 percent better on problem solving tasks. Adirondack Camping, Canoeing, What To Pack, Get Outside, Problem Solving, Wilderness, Backpacking, Hunting, The Outsiders

Five Reasons to Get Outside in the Adirondacks | Adirondack Council

Studies show that those that just returned from a three-day backpacking trip in wilderness did 50 percent better on problem solving tasks.

An autumn walk down Rondaxe Road South next to Cary Lake - Old Forge, NY. Adirondack Camping, Old Forge, Autumn Walks, What To Pack, Beautiful Images, Trail, Country Roads, Places, Nature

Backroads of Autumn by David Patterson

The TOBIE Trail on Rondaxe Road South in Old Forge. Runs parallel to Cary Lake. #Adirondacks #Autumn

"Entering Adirondack Park" I know, I have this sign already saved but it just makes my heart leap every time I see it! Adirondack Park, Adirondack Mountains, Saranac Lake, Summer Vacation Spots, Forest Preserve, Lake Champlain, Viewing Wildlife, Lake George, The Great Outdoors

A "Blue Line" sign | The Blue Line is the boundary of the Adirondack Forest Preserve - signifying you are now entering a piece of heaven on earth...

Campfire Safety Tips:  1- Keep campfire size less than 3 ft. in height and 4 ft. in diameter or length and width.  2- Burn only dry, untreated wood (no paints, stains or pressure treated lumber) in your fire.  3- Burn only local firewood to prevent the spread of invasive species.   4- Never burn trash which includes: plastic, metal (such as cans) and glass.  Read more.. Adirondack Camping, Safety Tips, Firewood, Stains, Plastic, Vacation, Park, Metal, Glass

In & About the Park Blog

Campfire Safety Tips: 1- Keep campfire size less than 3 ft. in height and 4 ft. in diameter or length and width. 2- Burn only dry, untreated wood (no paints, stains or pressure treated lumber) in your fire. 3- Burn only local firewood to prevent the spread of invasive species. 4- Never burn trash which includes: plastic, metal (such as cans) and glass. Read more..

Camping in Upstate New York: 10 Best Campgrounds Best Places To Camp, Camping Places, Camping Spots, Camping World, Tent Camping, Places To Go, Camping Gear, Camping Equipment, Camping Trailers

Camping in Upstate New York: 10 best campgrounds to get away

Whether opting for the RV, cabin or tent, these campgrounds will give you the best place to camp in Upstate New York.