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Fulton Chain Wild Forest

Accessible Features

Universal symbol of accessible site

Quiver Pond

Quiver Pond Accessible Fishing Site

Quiver Pond is located on the South Shore Rd, between Old Forge and Inlet. A section of shoreline has been modified to provide a firm stable surface suitable for wheelchair access. A reserved parking space is provided as well. This location offers shoreline fishing for species such as brook trout, which are stocked there annually. Quiver Pond is in the Town of Webb, Herkimer County and in the Fulton Chain Wild Forest.

Full listing of DEC's Accessible Recreation Destinations.


State Route 28 to Old Forge. In the center of town, take South Shores Acres Road, County Route 118, five and a half miles to Quiver Pond on the right.

a view of the accessible campsite

Moss Lake Picnic Area and Campsites

Moss Lake features 2 accessible campsites, each complete with a picnic table, privy, fire ring and tent pad. An observation deck with built-in benches located on the lake shore can be reached by an accessible trail and provides a spectacular view of the lake, frequently including nesting osprey and loons. While sign-in is conducted in the upper parking lot, a spacious lot recently constructed at the accessible trail-head is designated as reserved accessible parking only.

Full listing of DEC's Accessible Recreation Destinations.


Take Rt 28 from Old Forge north 9 to 10 miles to Eagle Bay. From State Route 28 in Eagle Bay take Co Rt 1 north 2.2 miles.

a view of the observation deck.
a view of a trail