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Buck Pond Professional Review and Guide
"Occupying a beautiful location between Buck Pond and Lake Kushaqua, Buck Pond campground includes four loops of campsites amid stands of conifers and white and yellow birch. A good distance from any sizeable town, it’s a favorite among boaters and those looking for a mountain retreat where the Adirondacks provide the soundtrack. In Buck Pond’s northeastern corner, a small bathhouse and a number of picnic spots overlook a quiet little half moon of sandy beach on the campground’s namesake pond. See more of the area by renting a canoe at the registration booth for a daily fee, or stretch your legs on the connected hiking trail, which runs along an abandoned railroad bed. Learn more about the Iroquois Confederacy at the nearby Six Nations Indian Museum."
--Ben Keene, Camping New York (Falcon Guides).
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