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Lake Eaton Campground is a cultivated RV campground with stunning scenery that includes the lake and surrounding forest, endless sky, and mountains in the backdrop. The plant life changes with the seasons, so you can expect to be surprised no matter when you decide to go motorhome camping here. The campground is located not far from Tupper Lake, so stocking up on supplies or just taking a breather in town is easy, and you'll have access to many different attractions like the Wild Center, the Adirondacks Natural History Museum, a water park, and much more. You can also spend your first day of vacation outside your Tupper Lake camper rental, enjoying the tranquil atmosphere.

Boating is a popular pastime here; rowboats, canoes, and kayaks can be rented, and Lake Eaton is stocked with a wide variety of fish species so anglers won't leave empty-handed. The campground is centered within the Sargent Ponds Wild Forest, and trails leading away from the campground connect with Sargent Ponds trails, so you can tailor your hike to the distance and difficulty of your choosing.

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Getting Outdoors

Hikers who enjoy having their heads in the clouds should begin their adventure by heading towards High Peaks Wilderness. This wild forest and mountain track spans three counties, Essex, Hamilton, and Franklin, so any trip here could last as long as you wish. A hiking trip in High Peaks Wilderness can put you on top of the world, with 360-degree views, or amid a cool, quiet forest where you may get a chance to see the wildlife that resides there.

Hoffman Notch Wilderness is an outdoor recreational area that is open to the public year-round, providing activities in the spring, summer, fall, and winter. The wilderness occupies a valley or “notch” that is situated between two mountains, the Blue Ridge Range and Washburn Ridge. The park has miles upon miles of trails for hiking, and you can also fish in the streams and ponds if you're hoping for something more relaxing. The park also has a climbing wall located not far from one of the parking lots.

If you'd rather stay at ground level, Moose River Plains is an outdoor recreation area with a long list of activities you can enjoy within its boundaries. The area has a couple of small mountains, but most of the park is low lying, with rolling hills and river valleys. The park is a transitional zone neighbored to the east and north by large mountains and neighbored to the west and south by much smaller foothills. Hiking, cycling, and canoeing are just some of the activities you can enjoy.

Camping at Lake Eaton Campground

Parking your rental motorhome at Lake Eaton Campground is the easiest way to begin your vacation, and the campground has a lot to offer. Amenities you'll have at your disposal include picnic tables and grills, restrooms with flush toilets and hot showers, and boat and canoe rentals. The area is an idyllic setting for fishing, and there are many miles of hiking trails within the Sargent Ponds Wild Forest; one of the trails leads to a fire tower where you can look out over the entire area.

The 10 Acres RV Park and Campground is another campground near Lake Eaton. This campground is seasonal and is open from the beginning of May to the middle of September. It is located on the shores of Lake Champlain across the state line in Vermont; you can set your canoe in the water directly across the road from it. In the evenings, you can sit comfortably outside your RV rental and watch the sun set behind the lake (camping doesn't get any better than this).

Exploring the Area

Leave the comforts of your campsite near Lake Eaton and check out some of the nearby cities while you're here. Indian Lake is a small town in New York that is distinguished from other communities by its lack of traffic lights. The locals proudly describe themselves and their community as “the Moose Capital of the World” and you will see numerous items throughout the town referencing the title, including an entrance signpost on the highway leading into town. The town has several rafting tour companies that will take you whitewater rafting, or you can spend your time browsing through a craft store that sells new and old books, local art, vintage furniture, and more. The restaurant industry in Indian Lake is small but diverse with a Mexican restaurant, a pizzeria, and a pub restaurant and deli.

Lake Placid shouldn't need any introduction, famous for once hosting the Olympics. In fact, many of the Olympic venues are still here, and there is an Olympic museum that people can visit as well. There are several urban parks in or near the city, a winery, many historic landmarks, and a scenic railroad. The city has an extensive and varied restaurant industry, so when dinner time rolls around, there should be something to satisfy everyone.

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