Twin Ponds Preserve

Located near the towns of Saranac Lake and Lake Placid, Twin Ponds Preserve features more than 2,000 acres of untouched, ready-to-build land on 7 miles of shoreline and 500 acres of water. Check out our blogs for more information on the cities and towns that make up this region.

Benefits of Motor-Free Adirondack Lakes

There’s something incredibly peaceful about paddling across a calm, quiet lake, surrounded by untouched wilderness and the natural beauty of the Adirondack Mountains. Although the number of motor-free lakes in the Adirondacks is limited, these quiet waters provide many benefits, not only for recreation, but for natural resource protection. 5 Benefits of Motor-Free Lakes in […]

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Two people in a canoe paddling at Twin Ponds Preserve in the Adirondacks

Motor-Free Lakes in the Adirondack Park

The Adirondacks are revered for their abundance of untouched wilderness and natural beauty. People travel from near and far to experience the great outdoors in this 6-million-acre park, which offers many wild mountains to climb, trails to hike, and backcountry to bushwhack, all free of motor vehicles. Of course, the park also features thousands of […]

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Adk High Peaks

Best Hiking Just Across the Border from Montreal

Canada has its fair share of glorious mountain peaks and summit views. Montreal is even built around a mountain. But just across the U.S. border there are some truly magical hikes begging to be explored. In fact, many of our northern neighbors argue that New York’s Adirondack Mountains and hiking trails are among the very […]

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