Adirondacks Tug Hill

Trip Planning

Your adventures to Lewis County, the Adirondacks and Tug Hill Region, are sure to be fun-filled and full of life-long memories. Return to your favorite lake, take in some new sites and be sure to make time for history, shopping and dining along the way. Also see our Visitors Guide.

ATV – Town, country and off-road trails.
Biking – Roads, paths or across open country, get riding today!
Birding – Over 100 bird species so don’t forget your camera.
Camping – Wooded campsites, scenic picnic areas and swimming areas.
Fishing – Over 45 streams, rivers, ponds and lakes.
Golfing – For the seasoned golfer and the beginner.
Hiking – Challenging hikes or scenic strolls any time of the year.
Horseback Riding – Roofed tie stalls, well-marked and beautiful scenery.
Hunting – 175,000 acres of public land.
Rock Climbing – One of the largest climbable roofs in the Adirondacks.
Skiing/Snowboarding – From the novice skier to the expert and everyone in between.
Snowmobiling – Over 200 inches of snow annually and over 600 miles of trails.
Snowshoeing – Relaxing or Challenging winter hike, pick your terrain.
Water Activities – Calm rivers, raging rapids, lakes, ponds and waterfalls – all with breathtaking scenery.
Waterfalls – One of natures gifts.