The Adirondack Interpretive Center (AIC) features 3.6 miles of trails along the shoreline of Rich Lake and Rich Lake outlet.
Each trail features a different length, difficulty level, and view.
- R.W. Sage Jr. Memorial Trail - This 1.1 mile loop starts from the Sucker Brook Trail after it crosses the Rich Lake outlet. The trail offers an easy walk along the shoreline of Belden Lake through a forest. There are two overlooks along the lake. The loop ends at the Little Sucker Brook bridge on the Sucker Brook Trail. (follow the yellow markers)
- Rich Lake Trail - This 0.6 mile trail is a great warm-up with views of Rich Lake and Goodnow Mountain. The short trek gives you a glimpse of what the other trails have to offer. Easy access. (follow the red markers)
- Peninsula Trail - This 0.9 mile loop starts from the Rich Lake Trail and continues farther up the peninsula. The trail gives you excellent views of Rich Lake. There are a lot of ups and downs, which makes it slightly more difficult. (follow the green markers)
- Sucker Brook Trail - This 1.0 mile trail leaves the building to the north and runs along the outlet to Rich Lake. This is one of the best trails to see wildlife. (follow the blue markers)
From Memorial Day - Labor Day, the trails are open daily from 10:00AM-5:00PM, and closed Tuesdays.
From Labor Day - Memorial Day, the trails are open Friday-Sunday from 10:00AM-4:00PM.