Little Pond Professional Review and Guide
"Hidden away in the Delaware Wild Forest, in the shadow of Touchemont Mountain and its taller neighboring peak, Cabot, Little Pond is an attractive spot for primitive campers and car campers alike. Eight remote sites offer more of an isolated, backcountry experience, while the main campground has most of the niceties that families and occasional overnighters expect when they pack up their tent for a weekend away. Individual lots benefit from shade and privacy, while sites 25, 26, 28, 29, 31, and 33–37 overlook the pond. Sites 1 and 2 are handicapped accessible. Firewood and ice are sold on site. Motorboats aren’t allowed, but for those who wish to get on the water, canoes, kayaks, rowboats, and paddleboats can be rented for the day or by the hour. Various pan fish can be caught in the pond, while Beaverkill is a favorite among fly-fishing enthusiasts. The yellow-blazed Little Pond Trail and the blue-blazed Campground Trail originate at Little Pond and link up with the long-distance Finger Lakes Trail."