Adirondack Seaway Region

The Adirondack Seaway Region is located in St. Lawrence County, in the northeastern corner of the Adirondack Park. Like so much of Northern New York State, the Seaway Region is known for its hunting, fishing, paddling, hiking and camping, but what really sets this region apart is its waterways and unique cultural background.

Adirondack Seaway Region Information

St. Lawrence County is the largest in New York State, and offers a diverse landscape of picturesque villages and towns, pristine wilderness for hunting, camping and hiking and more than 200 ponds, rivers and lakes, including the mighty St. Lawrence River. Connecting the United States to Canada and the Great Lakes with the Atlantic Ocean, this 744-mile waterway has long been used for trade, transportation and recreation.

The region is also known for its diverse cultures, including three Amish communities and the Mohawk Nation of Akwesasne. You’ll find several cultural and heritage centers, folk workshops, programs and events, as well as entertainment, restaurants and shopping throughout St. Lawrence County’s cities and towns.

Planning a trip to the Adirondacks? The Adirondack Seaway Region is a great place to visit and an even better place to live. Learn more about the area, attractions and events, and be sure to check out the land for sale in this truly unique corner of the Adirondacks.

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