Piney Wood Hills

Mineville, New York

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No need to "rough it"....much.... Find yourself right in the Adirondacks

Fully equipped campsite is nestled in a small clearing surrounded by 65 acres of woodland in the Adirondack Park. Hike through our woods on an old logging trail, bushwhack to the top of Bald Peak, take marked trails up nearby Belfry Mountain, Cheney Mountain, Big Hollow, for beautiful views of the Adirondacks, Vermont and Lake Champlain.

A five minute walk brings you to Bartlett Pond for fishing and kayaking. And a ten minute drive you will come across swimming beaches on Lake Champlain and Lincoln Pond, and 45 minutes to the High Peaks. Revolutionary war forts in Crown Point and Ticonderoga and a mining museum in Port Henry will interest the history buff. There is a convenience store with pizza a mile away, and ten minutes to a larger grocery, gas station, cafe and ice cream. Or just enjoy being in a quiet spot in the woods...maybe see a deer, rabbits, partridges, wild turkeys.

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