Indian Lake Islands Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"Wilderness camping and boating on a 4,365-acre lake—these are the reasons to reserve a spot at the Indian Lake Islands. This is a place where moose sightings are not impossible. The primitive sites are well dispersed along the 12-mile length of Indian Lake and share five small picnic areas between them. Neither boat launch area has a bathhouse or a swimming beach however. Area trails include footpaths to Snowy Mountain (4 miles north of the campground entrance), Watch Point, Baldface Mountain (water access), Crotched Pond (water access), and John Mack Pond (water access). Several rafting companies in the area run seasonal trips on the Hudson River’s Class III and IV rapids. To learn more about the history of the region and its native species, plan to visit the Adirondack Museum in nearby Blue Mountain Lake."