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Camping in Adirondack Park
Lincoln Pond State Campground is one of the more remote state campgrounds in the East Central Adirondacks. This campground is located off the beaten path. Fishing and boating is very popular at the campground. You can find hiking opportunities in the area. There are 35 campsites available as well as a day use area that includes a beach as well as a picnic area.
The campground is located off County Route 7, south of Elizabethtown. The most popular hiking destination from the campground is the short hike to the fire tower on Belfrey Mountain. The trailhead is located a few miles south of the campground. There is also a bushwhack to a view overlooking the pond from an unnamed hill on the western side of I-87, for those looking for an adventure. This is known as the Overlook of Lincoln Pond. There are many great hikes within state lands close to the area, including Hammond Pond Wild Forest, Giant Mountain Wilderness and Dix Mountain Wilderness.
DEC campgrounds accept the Empire Passport for those who want to enter to use the day use facilities. It's not just for state parks! To get more info on this campground including reservations see the NY DEC Website.
Lincoln Pond Campsite 13
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