Address: 8728 State Route 9, Pottersville, NY 12860
GPS Info. (Latitude,Longitude): 44d46'3.02"N, 73d47'29.34"W
Campground Phone: (518) 494-2631
Regional Office Phone: (518) 623-1200
Camping Fee: $25
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Scaroon Manor Campground is located on the west shore of Schroon Lake on Taylor's Point and with 1200 feet of shoreline. The campground is a great place to fish, motorboat, paddle, bicycle, picnic and swim. The campground, located in the Town of Chester in Warren County and bordering the Town of Schroon in Essex County, has storied history as a resort and is an important component of the local cultural heritage.
Directions: From Albany and Points South - Take Adirondack Northway (Interstate 87 North) to Exit 26. Turn Left onto Valley Farm Road .3 mile. Turn Right onto US Route 9 follow signs to Schroon Lake. Campground will be 3.9 miles on the right at 8728 US Route 9
Take Exit 27 turn Right onto Old Schroon Road for .1 mile to US Route 9. Turn Right and go .8 mile to Campground on the left.
From Montreal and Points North - Take Adirondack Northway (Interstate 87 South) to Exit 26. Turn Left onto Stone Bridge Road .4 mile, turn Left onto US Route 9 follow signs to Schroon Lake. Campground will be 2.9 miles on the right at 8728 US Route 9.
Amenities: 60 campsites (2 with tent platforms); hot showers; flush toilets; trailer dump station; recycling center; boat docks; fishing pier; picnic area; picnic pavilion; swimming beach; pay phones; mobility impaired accessibility.
Accessible Features: This one of a kind campground, completed in 2011, has been designed from the ground up to provide accessibility to people of all abilities. The universal design of this facility enables everyone, including seniors and families with small children to access all amenities. All campsites, showers and restrooms are accessible. Campsites have accessibly designed ring fireplaces and picnic tables and smooth, hardened surfaces to ease mobility for those with wheelchairs or walking aids. There is beach access to the water's edge and the bath house includes a unisex room. Picnic tables are dispersed, located with views of the lake, in wooded areas and at the picnic pavilion. The boat docks and fishing pier are also accessible. One of the docks is reserved and an ample number of parking sites have been designated for people with disabilities only.
Full listing of DEC's Accessible Recreation Destinations.
Boating: Motor boats, rowboats, and canoes allowed.
Fishing: Fish present include: largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, northern pike, yellow perch, bullhead, and pickerel.
Day Use Facilities: A picnic area, pavilion rental, and swimming beach available. *Please take note the swimming facilities at this location are not supervised by a lifeguard or other responsible person. In place of on-site supervision, this facility has established a series of safeguards to be followed by all guests, the details of which are outlined in a brochure presented to customers upon arrival at the facility.
Junior Naturalist Program: Our campgrounds become an outdoor classroom for young children (5-13) and their families. Enjoy games and activities to earn a beautiful embroidered patch.
Area Attractions: Restaurants, antique shops, gift stores, and various craft shops. Stone Bridge and Caves is located about 1 1/2 miles South of the campground.
Historic Interest: Prior to acquisition by New York State in 1967, the site had a long illustrious history as a privately operated resort and recreation facility. The facility was a destination resort of the wealthy and offered a broad range of facilities and activities which included golf, swimming, canoeing, boating, sailing, water skiing, bowling, handball, baseball, basketball, tennis, hiking, hunting, fishing, horseback riding and roller skating. The amphitheater hosted many famous entertainers during its heyday. In 1957 the movie Marjorie Morningstar starring Gene Kelly and Natalie Wood was filmed on the grounds of Scaroon Manor. Informational panels describing the history of the site are located in kiosks throughout the campground.