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Putnam Pond Campground is a seasonal RV campground located in northeastern New York, near the Vermont border. It is located along the shoreline of Putnam Pond, a small lake that is popular for fishing year-round. You can rent rowboats and canoes before heading out onto the pond to troll for largemouth bass, northern pike, or several other species that populate the lake. The pond is fairly long and shallow and supports ice fishing in the winter. If you park your rental motorhome at Putnam Pond Campground, you can take your catch straight from the lake to your RV fridge with ease.
If you need to get into town for groceries or supplies or want to have someone else do the cooking, the campground is a short distance from the town of Ticonderoga. The town has a few historical landmarks, the Amherst Avenue Historic District and Fort Ticonderoga, and there's a riverside trail that follows the Lachute River as far as Bicentennial Park. If you want to get some exercise without working up a sweat, this should do the trick.
Pharaoh Lake Wilderness Area is a popular natural attraction and is named after its centerpiece, Pharaoh Lake, one of the largest lakes in the area. The lake is surrounded by the preserve, which contains many more lakes as well as hills, smaller mountains, and Pharaoh Mountain. There are more than two dozen hiking trails in Pharaoh Lake Wilderness Area, and you can also come here to go paddling, fishing, or observe nature.
With an Essex County motorhome rental, you can easily reach Hoffman Notch Wilderness, a valley located between Hoffman Mountain and Washburn Ridge. The valley or “notch” is open year-round to the public for both summer and winter activities; it contains several hiking trails that pass through a variety of different landscapes and provide opportunities to observe numerous varieties of wildlife. In the winter, these same trails can be used for snowshoeing and cross-country skiing. Climbers can use the area for rock climbing in the summer and ice climbing in the winter. The valley is less popular than other areas of the Adirondacks and is a good choice if you're looking for solitude.
Dix Mountain Wilderness is a collection of mountain peaks, one of which is Dix Mountain, that have dozens and dozens of miles of marked and groomed hiking trails; there are additional trails that are unmarked as well. The wilderness has numerous primitive camping sites, some of which will accommodate small campers and can be reached by seasonal access roads; many of the campsites at Dix Mountain are located near streams or ponds. Like the areas above, you can go cross-country skiing and snowshoeing here, rock and ice climbing, fishing, and paddling.
If you choose to go camping at Putnam Pond Campground, you'll have a good selection of campsites to choose from, some of which are ADA accessible. The campground has restrooms with hot showers and flush toilets, a picnic area, and a boat launch ramp. You can rent canoes, kayaks, and rowboats on-site, and purchase firewood. It also has a recycling center and a dump station in case you need to empty your tanks. In addition to fishing, there are several hiking trails nearby that will take you through forests and past several ponds; the scenery is diverse, and you can access the trails from several points in case you'd like to take a shorter hike.
Brookwood RV Resort is a family-friendly RV campground near Lake George that is open seasonally from early May to mid-October. The campground is very close to numerous attractions such as Mount Defiance and several whitewater rafting areas, to name a few. Each campsite has full hookups and either pull-through or back-in access. Amenities include a laundry room, restrooms with toilets and heated showers, and you can rent sites by the day or by the week.
Elizabethtown is a small town that was named after the wife of an early settler. It is located at the base of Hurricane Mountain. It is divided by the Boquet River, making it the perfect setting to enjoy both indoor and outdoor activities. One of its more popular attractions is the Adirondack History Museum, which has exhibits demonstrating the history and lifestyle of the town. The museum has a fire tower on its grounds, which was built from sections of two decommissioned fire towers.
Pottersville is a small hamlet that is the gateway to one of the largest marble cave entrances in the eastern half of the USA. It's also a good destination for shopping and browsing through stores and galleries. One of its many unique attractions is a studio where the owners develop model train systems for museums, art galleries, and private clients; they don't sell their items to walk-in customers, but you are welcome to come in and look. Pottersville has a great dining scene with numerous pub restaurants, delis, and some fairly unique establishments like an Irish restaurant. There is an ice-cream parlor that has a standard menu along with its frozen delights.