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Totaling over six million acres, Adirondack Park is America's "largest publicly protected area." Half of this wild forest preserve is privately owned. This unique combination of private and public land includes just over 100 villages and towns, home to 130,000 people. Forty-three percent of this upstate New York park is owned by the state of New York.
Plenty of outdoor recreation is permitted on the "largest single category of land." Explore this vast park, home to 3,000 lakes, 2,000 miles of hiking trails, and 30,000 miles of rivers and streams. Bring your camera to capture the variety of wildlife and historic sites in the largest National Historic Landmark in the United States.
Adirondack Park offers attractions like Gore Mountain Ski Resort and Whiteface Mountain Ski Resort for winter travelers, and the Craig Wood Golf Course for summer visitors. Most guests are fascinated by the iconic Adirondack High Peaks – ideal for hiking, climbing, and nature photography.
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