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Hadley, NY

One of the most breathtaking sites in all of the Adirondacks takes place between the towns of Hadley NY and Lake Luzerne NY. This is the site of Rockwell Falls. The Hudson River is the source of the beauty, turning and rolling down cliffs as it runs through the Adirondacks.

Rockwell Falls
Flickr Photo by Magnum45

If you are in the mood for more spectacular natural water scenes, there are others to be had in Hadley NY, as the Sacandaga River splits the town and the Great Sacandaga Lake pinches up against the town. And with a little planning you can find a secluded campsite near the water to enjoy some rest and relaxation.

One of the most visited sites in Hadley NY is the War Memorial. A poignant testament to those that served our country, these grounds give tribute to World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War.

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Hadley, NY Listings  
Sacandaga Outdoor Center Hadley, NY
Located just minutes from Lake George and Saratoga Springs, Sacandaga Outdoor Center boasts the best location on the river. Where the Hudson and Sacandaga Rivers meet in Hadley, NY, you’ll find the best rafting, tubing and kayaking around!
Stewart's Pond Campsites Hadley, NY
Stewarts Pond Campsites offers Adirondack Camping amidst the beautiful mountains of upstate New York!