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Scaroon Manor Campground is an ADA-accessible campground near Pottersville that was designed and built around 2011. When you camp at Scaroon Manor Campground, you'll have access to the site's amenities, including the campground beach and bathhouse, showers and restrooms, and picnic areas. There are hardened surfaces throughout the campground and a fishing pier, a boat launch, and boat docks. While you're camping at Scaroon Manor, you can traverse the hiking trails inside and outside the campground, and there are opportunities to fish for largemouth and smallmouth bass and other species from the pier or out on the water.
The area Scaroon Manor is built upon was purchased by the state government in 1967; before that, it had been a playground and private resort. Celebrities and other notable people would come here to enjoy canoeing, sailing, basketball, and a variety of other individual and group activities. The resort had an amphitheater that hosted concerts and other famous entertainers on a regular basis, and, in 1957, it was the primary filming location for the Hollywood film Marjorie Morningstar.
Pharaoh Lake Wilderness Area is an outdoor recreational area that provides access to numerous activities; it is named after Pharaoh Lake, one of the largest of many different lakes and ponds on the property. Pharaoh Lake is surrounded by preserve forests and is located at the foot of Pharaoh Mountain, one of the tallest mountains in the area. It's a good choice if you're interested in hiking, paddling, and fishing; hikers will find a long list of trails to choose from, which range in length from a mile or less to several miles. Book an RV rental near Pottersville, and you can return to the comforts of your rig when your hiking is finished for the day.
Hudson Gorge Wilderness is a primitive outdoor area but still offers some good hiking. It takes its name from the Hudson River and the gorge the river passes through; most of the Hudson River is classified as a scenic river, except for the gorge section, which has many rapids and cascades. White water rafting through the gorge is a popular activity; there are numerous tour companies that can arrange for this activity. If you're not looking for quite so much adrenaline, you can still paddle the scenic portions of the river, float downstream in a tube, or hike the many trails that wind along either side.
Hoffman Notch is a valley that runs between Hoffman Mountain and Washburn Ridge; the valley is further distinguished by the creeks and rivers that run through it, creating picturesque scenery and providing habitat for a variety of wildlife, such as black bear, moose, and eastern coyote. Bird watchers will be thrilled with the numerous bird species on hand, including bald eagles, peregrine falcons, and great horned owls. Be sure to have your camera with you; you'll need it.
Scaroon Manor Campground has restrooms with hot showers and flush toilets, a dumping station where you can empty your RV tanks, and a recycling center. The campground is situated on the west shoreline of Schroon Lake; you can enjoy swimming on the campground's private beach or relax in the evenings watching the sunset behind the lake, making an already beautiful sunset even more spectacular. Powered and non-powered boats are allowed on the lake, and you can rent canoes and kayaks on site.
Eagle Point Campground is another place to camp on Schroon Lake and has dozens of campsites that are suitable for smaller to midsize RVs. It's an established campground, and it has the usual amenities, including restrooms with hot showers and flush toilets, a dumpsite, and a recycling center. The campground additionally has a payphone in case your mobile phone runs out of power, or you can't find a signal.
Adirondack is a mid-size city near Schroon Lake, which has, amongst other landmarks, a train station. Guided plane tours are offered, and the city has several outdoor parks. One of them was part of the Underground Railroad. If you're looking for a meal, Adirondack has a grocery store where you can pick up supplies and a long list of restaurants that are a short distance from the community.
Ticonderoga is 30 miles east of the campsites at Scaroon Manor. It's a small town with numerous attractions. You'll find landmarks such as Fort Ticonderoga and the Ticonderoga Historical Society (in the form of a small museum with exhibits of the local history and a public outreach educational program), several beaches and parks (one of the parks has a waterfall), and numerous museums. One of the museums has a private collection representing the original Star Trek TV series; the exhibits are exact replicas of the Hollywood studio sound stages that were used for filming the show.