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Aldrich Pond Wild Forest - Unit Management Plan

The Aldrich Pond Wild Forest (APWF) is described as those Adirondack Forest Preserve lands lying within the following bounds: North by north bank of the Oswegatchie River; East by County Route 50; West on NYS Route 3 to Youngs Road, south on Youngs Road to administrative/private ROW road to Tamarack Creek Snowmobile Trail to Francis Hill Road (east) to Bassetts Creek to boundary of Five Ponds Wilderness Area (St. Lawrence/Herkimer county line); South by county line to southern bank of Middle Branch of the Oswegatchie River; West by the Adirondack Park boundary. Aldrich Pond Wild Forest contains 26,702 acres.

A UMP for Aldrich Pond Wild Forest was completed in February 1995. If you have questions and/or comments about this UMP, please email us at: r6.ump@dec.ny.gov.

Aldrich Pond Wild Forest Unit Management Plan (PDF) (185 KB)