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Aldrich Pond Wild Forest

Accessible Features

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Streeter Lake Campsites

a view of one campsite at Streeter Lake

Located in a remote part of Aldrich Pond Wild Forest, not far from 5 Ponds Wilderness, Streeter Lake features 2 accessible campsites. There are no picnic tables at these sites, but they have accessible surfaces, one site suitable for tent camping and one for tent camping or a camper. An accessible privy and a fire ring is located at each.

Directions: From the West - take State Route 3 to the flashing light at the intersection of the Oswegatchie-Newton Falls Rd (CR 60), and take a right at the light. At the intersection of the Oswegatchie Trail (less than 1/4 mile from the light), take a left onto the Oswegatchie Trail. Approximately 1 mile down the Oswegatchie Trail turn right onto the Coffins Mills Rd. Continue on the Coffins Mills Rd to the settlement of Aldrich. After crossing the bridge in Aldrich, bear left at the Aldrich Wild Forest sign and continue straight ahead to Streeter Lake. The accessible campsites are located along this access road and are signed as such.

Youngs Road / Little River Waterway Access Site

Access route to water's edge

Located just south of the hamlet of Star Lake, this site provides access to a remote stretch of the Little River above Schuler falls. The site includes designated parking and an access route to the water with a level parallel surface at the water's edge.

Directions: From State Route 3 in Star Lake, head south on Youngs Rd. Follow 1.3 miles to the Little River crossing.

Full listing of DEC's Accessible Recreation Destinations.