The Adirondack Park is unlike anyplace in North America. Inside the Blue Line boundary are 130,000 people living in 101 towns and villages, 3,000 lakes and ponds, and 85% of the designated Wilderness in the East.
If you’ve never been to the Adirondacks, don’t think national park; there are no entry gates or fees. It is a six-million-acre blend of wild and peopled places, public and private lands.
The Adirondacks is a living model of how people can thrive with nature, through economies tied to a healthy environment and communities that benefit from clean water and access to trails and wild places.