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Overview

Considered the finest and most attractive of all the Adirondack campgrounds, Fish Creek Pond Campground offers a natural sand shoreline and water access for most campsites.

Pristine rivers and ponds are accessible to both motorized and non-motorized boats. In addition to exceptional boating, the campground offers a variety of other recreational opportunities, including the well-regarded Interpreter Activity Program, canoeing, fishing, hiking, and bicycling.

Fish Creek Pond Campground is located in Adirondack Park.

Recreation:

From the end of June to Labor Day, an organized recreation activity program is offered daily at the Amphitheater, and includes nature hikes, crafts, games, and live entertainment. Various canoe routes and boating opportunities exist; the waters are popular parts of the Adirondack canoe routes. Major species in Fish Creek, Square, and Rollins Ponds are black bass, northern pike, and pan fish. Upper Saranac Lake offers these species, plus lake trout and landlocked salmon. Black and Whey Ponds have brook and rainbow trout. Many miles of trails begin right from the campground, with an abundance of other hiking possibilities nearby. Two of the most popular are the Otter Hollow Loop and Floodwood Loop.

The campground has campsites, a picnic area, a beach, a playground, restrooms, a shower building, a trailer dumping station, a boat launch, hiking trails, summer recreation activities, and volleyball and basketball areas.

Nearby Attractions include The Adirondack Park Visitors Interpretive Center at Paul Smiths is 18 miles north on NYS Route 30. Lake Placid and the Olympic venues are located 25 miles to the southeast. The Adirondack Museum at Blue Mountain Lake is 50 miles south.

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