Twin Ponds Preserve offers pristine Adirondacks lakefront property in a secluded 2,000-acre area. Located in the northern reaches of the Adirondack Wilderness area, Twin Ponds is a hidden gem that includes a pristine 500-acre lake with nearly 7 miles of shoreline. Here are a few frequently asked questions we get about life in and around Twin Ponds Preserve.
Where is Twin Ponds Preserve?
Twin Ponds Preserve is located in the beautiful northern Adirondacks in Franklin County, near the quaint town of Malone. Popular, scenic Adirondack towns like Saranac Lake and Lake Placid are nearby. Montreal is less than 2 hours away and New York City and Boston can be reached in under 6 hours. There is easy access to the Lake Clear/Saranac Lake Airport and the Ferry across Lake Champlain is less than an hour away.
What recreational activities are available in and around Twin Ponds Preserve?
Twin Ponds is close to both Saranac Lake and Lake Placid for more recreation and boating opportunities, a number of winter activities as well as fun boutique shopping and great dining. There is truly something for everyone in this area of unparalleled natural beauty.
When is the best time of year to be at Twin Ponds Preserve?
Twin Ponds is the ideal destination for the nature lover no matter the time of year. In the summer, you can enjoy the water – swimming, fishing, canoeing, or kayaking. Or you can hike through pristine forests, enjoying sightings of birds and wildlife.
In winter, you’ll have easy access to the endless miles of trails in the Adirondack Park for snowmobiling, snowshoeing, or cross-country skiing. Plus there’s plentiful ice fishing and downhill skiing nearby. Any time of year, Twin Ponds offers plenty of recreation in the beautiful surroundings of the northern Adirondacks.
What can you tell me about the local area of Twin Ponds Preserve?
The closest village to Twin Ponds Preserve is Malone, New York. This quaint community near the Duane Region of the northern Adirondacks was first settled around 1802, and during the War of 1812, the village was sacked by British troops making incursions from Canada. Tourism is a major economic contributor for Malone, with Titus Mountain 6 miles south of the village drawing skiers, and the 36-hole Robert Trent Jones-designed Malone Golf Club drawing golfers from as far as Montreal, Quebec.
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