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Horseshoe Lake Wild Forest

picnic table

Accessible Features

International Symbol of Accessibility

Horseshoe Lake features an accessible fishing pier and two accessible campsites. One site has an accessible surface, picnic table, tent pad, privy and fire ring. The other site is designed for a self contained unit and has no privy associated with it. It has an accessible surface, picnic table, tent pad and fire ring.

Full listing of DEC's Accessible Recreation Destinations.

Directions:

From the village of Tupper Lake continue south on state Route 30 toward Long Lake. At the intersection of state Route 421 take a right onto SR 421 and continue for approximately 5 and 1/2 miles to Horseshoe Lake. An accessible fishing pier and 2 accessible campsites are located along the lake.

a view of the self contained unit camping site
Fishing pier overlooking Horseshoe Lake