Northville, New York 12134


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"What is the oldest public campground in the state? It depends on whom you ask. The debate still rages (for lack of a better word) among workers for the Department of Environmental Conservation. In the Catskills, they may tell you it’s Devil’s Tombstone. In the Adirondacks, they’re likely to say it’s Sacandaga. It officially became a campground in 1920, but the area had been popular for years with passersby during the time when large stretches of the road did not offer motels. The campground borders the Sacandaga River at the point where its west branch splits off, hence its local nickname “The Forks.”"

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