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-- Activities at Southern Adirondack Pines --

Since the key word in Southern Adirondack Pines is “Adirondack,” of course there are ample outdoor activities for all ages and appetites.

 

Scroll down to learn about opportunities for hiking, canoeing, mountain biking, and fishing in the area!

Hiking:

There is an abundance of trails within a 10 minute drive, and several within a short walk from Southern Adirondack Pines.  Here is a sample of close trails - click on the name of the trail for a description, directions to the trail head, a trail map, and pictures of the beautiful views from the hike! Please visit often, as we will be expanding the list and detail available for the hiking trails listed.

 

Canoeing:

Stillwater paddling, gentle streams and whitewater are all available near Southern Adirondack Pines. Click on the link below for photo's!

Tennis:

Southern Adirondack Pines has a hard court dedicated for use by our visitors. The summers at Pine Lake and perfect for tennis - the landscape keeps wind to a minimum and the temperatures are much more comfortable than you'll find on courts in the towns and cities even 15 miles away. Tennis is included with weekly rentals and is available for a reasonable hourly fee for those staying a shorter time.
 

Mountain Biking:

Since Pine Lake was formed in the 1800's to aid in transportation for the logging industry, there are many old logging trails that are an excellent resource for single track. Other opportunities come from the vast snowmobile trail network, cross country ski trails, and hiking trails. There are many possibilities for single track that can be ridden to from Southern Adirondack Pines, and a considerable range of difficulty within a 20 minute drive.

 

Fishing:

There are 44 lakes within Fulton County alone, offering ample possibilities for testing your skills. Here is a sampling: