Eagle Point Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"The views of 9-mile-long Schroon Lake and access to its deep waters are the chief reasons to book a site at Eagle Point. It’s not a big enough campground for many activities that don’t happen on the water, other than perhaps storytelling and roasting marshmallows. Most of the sites are extremely close to Route 9, and in earshot of traffic; none of them could accurately be described as secluded or roomy, with several of the tent sites bordering on tiny. In particular, numbers 60–66 are squeezed between the road, the lake, and a private residence to the north. But on a short weekend escape of lounging and fishing for bass, perch, pike, bullhead, and pickerel, a memorable sunrise over Schroon might just make the somewhat cramped conditions here worthwhile."