Campgrounds Trails in New York
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Campgrounds Trails in New York

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New York has 181 campgrounds trails. The most popular trails are Woodland Valley, Devil’s Tombstone and Little Pond. Trails.com member Jennifer H. recently completed Peekamoose.
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On the southern shores of Seneca Lake lies one of the most spectacular gorges in the Finger ...
At the southern end of the Catskills, in the Sundown Wild Forest, lies the Peekamoose ...
Ogden Mills and Ruth Livingston Mills Memorial State Park borders and shares a campground ...
On the eastern edge of the Hudson Valley, hugging the borders of Massachusetts and Connecticut, ...
When visitors to the Finger Lakes think of the region’s natural beauty, images of waterfalls, ...
At 65,000 acres, Allegany State Park is the largest state park in New York. Considering ...
The largest and most popular campground in the Catskills, North–South Lake hardly qualifies ...
Traditional Dutch ghost stories often tell of the Devil’s presence in Stony Clove, a pass ...
In the late eighteenth century, settlers established a small town just north of Rome, ...
Campsites at Thompson’s Lake are roughly organized into three loops, with five remodeled ...
The sites here are arranged in three rows, with numbers 70–95 located directly on the ...
Hidden away in the Delaware Wild Forest, in the shadow of Touchemont Mountain and its ...
Located on the largest body of water in Catskill Park that isn’t a reservoir and 3 short ...
Located on the southeastern side of Lake Welch, Harriman’s Beaver Pond Campground is one ...
Five small lakes, 8.4 miles of hiking trails, and 982-foot Mount Bailey, the highest point ...
In the 1800s, Bezaleel Rudd, a soldier in the Continental Army who rose to the rank of ...
Floyd Bennett Field is not the kind of park you’d expect to find deep in Brooklyn, yet ...
Among the places New Yorkers like to spend their long summer weekends, Fire Island is ...
Located between Saw Mill Creek and the Peconic River, Indian Island County Park (or, more ...
The Finger Lakes region was shaped by multiple periods of glaciation during the Ice Age. ...
On the very edge of Ithaca’s southern boundary lies a multiuse park that offers a special ...
Almost 5 miles long and 1 mile wide, Piseco Lake in Hamilton County is one of many bodies ...
Many people’s childhood memories of the Adirondacks revolve around the long and narrow ...
In the central Adirondacks, equidistant between the towns of Speculator and Indian Lake, ...
The Adirondacks’ rugged terrain and dense woodlands made most of the area inhospitable ...
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