2017 Keystone Summerland
2017 Keystone Summerland
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Moffitt Beach Campground is named after one of the first settlers to establish themselves in the Sacandaga Lake area, around 1840. Josiah Moffitt was a stonemason and wood mill operator who owned the property upon which the campground now sits. Moffitt and other residents mined the sand, Moffitt doing so for his masonry business; the locals used their sand to create beaches around Sacandaga Lake, many of which are still in use today.
The construction of Moffitt Beach Campground began around 1932, and in 1955, the size of the campground was increased. Today if you rent a camper near Moffitt Beach Campground, you can choose from more than 200 campsites hidden amongst tall white pine trees that guarantee your privacy. Some of the campsites are located along the beach shoreline, and the campground is a short distance from Indian Lake in case you need gas or supplies.
Looking for seclusion and a real backwoods experience while RV camping near Lake Pleasant? Little Moose Mountain Wilderness is a predominantly spruce-fir forest track with scenic rivers, lakes, and ponds in its territory. It is steep and rugged, located on the slopes of Little Moose Mountain and Manbury Mountain, except for some areas that are wetland flats. Although not a high-volume public destination, the wilderness has challenging hiking trails that lead to the summit of Little Moose Mountain, where you'll enjoy restricted but breathtaking views of the surrounding area. Camp in an RV near Indian Lake, and this and other attractions will be almost at your doorstep.
Siamese Ponds Wilderness is a semi-cultivated outdoor recreational area that is a mixture of mountains, forests, and water. There are more than a dozen trails that are marked and easy to follow, plus additional trails that are unmarked and more difficult to follow. The unmarked trails are often used for hunting, which is allowed; either of the trail types can be used for wildlife observation, and there is a wide variety of wildlife such as moose, bear, and deer, to name a few. It's a popular area for climbers and can be used for skiing and snowshoeing in the winter.
Ferris Lake Wild Forest is characterized by its stands of old-growth spruce trees, which dominate the valley floor and extend up the slopes of Big and Little Alderbed Mountains, but the forest is so much more than that. The many ponds, rivers, and streams are a magnet for local anglers, and there are miles upon miles of trails for hiking and mountain biking in the summer and snowmobiling later in the year. The forest has numerous primitive campsites where you can truly get back to basics and a system of roads providing motor vehicle access.
Moffitt Beach Campground has more than 200 campsites for you to choose from, and restrooms with hot showers and flush toilets. The restrooms and some of the campsites are ADA-accessible. The campground has a picnic area with tables and fire pits and a sand beach where you can swim; the beach has a bathhouse where you can change and shower after your swim. Next door to the campground, you'll find Jessup River Wild Forest, which has many miles of hiking trails for you to enjoy.
Little Sand Point is a family-friendly RV campground located along the shoreline of Piseco Lake. Individual campsites are nestled amongst conifer and hardwood trees that offer reasonable privacy without being too remote. The campsites at Little Sand Point are level and large, and the campground has a variety of amenities such as a dump station and recycling center, restrooms with hot showers, flush and vault toilets, and more. While you're staying here, you'll have access to swimming, fishing, canoeing, sailing, hiking, and much more.
Glens Falls is a medium-sized city, and its name is a reference to a waterfall located south of town on the Hudson River. The city is a great destination for shoppers with one of its malls located in a former shirt (and dress) factory that was built in 1902. The city has landmarks like Glens Falls Civic Center and the Hyde Collection Art Museum and Historic Home, a welcome center, theaters, museums, and breweries.
Saratoga Springs is a medium-sized city that has been a popular tourist destination for more than 200 years due to its natural mineral springs; as such, it would probably take less time to discuss what the city doesn't have. There are urban parks where you can take leisurely strolls, a horse racing track and horse racing museum-hall of fame, museums dedicated to dance, automobiles, children's learning, and more. There are numerous venues for shopping, and the city's restaurant scene is second to none, with inexpensive to moderately priced restaurants and fine dining. There are restaurants serving Italian, French, and Belgian food, pub food, Indian and Creole food, and the list goes on; whatever you're hoping to eat for dinner, you'll find it here. Grab some takeout, and you can enjoy your meal sitting outside your Lake Pleasant RV rental, under a star-filled sky.