During this time, many perceive that New York is synonymous with skyscrapers buildings and upscale entertainment center. But did you know that in one of the busiest cities in the United States has a very beautiful nature reserve? Namely Adirondack Park, a nature reserve widest and tallest in New York. The park is located in Northville covers an area of 24 686 m², is still greater than the combination of Yellowstone, Yosemite, Grand Canyon, Glacier and Great Smoky Mountain.
Adirondack Park includes some districts in New York, like Hamilton, Essex, Clinton, Franklin, Fulton, Herkimer, St. Lawrence, Warren and some parts of the district of Lewis, Oneida, Saratoga and Washington. Not all the land in the Adirondack Park owned by the government, as some have been purchased or donated. However, there is no clear boundary to distinguish government land, free land and private properties. You can only see the signs of the Adirondack Park boundary, but no special gate and no levy charges if you get out of the area of the nature reserve.
Adirondack Park is perfect for those who are adventurous. Visitors also should not hesitate to bring the family, because the nature reserve is very safe. Walking in the woods, camping by the lake, kayak and fishing must be very fun!
Not only that, various events are also often held in the Adirondack Park, such as the festival of spring, winter, summer and the strawberry festival. Having three thousand lakes, ponds, rivers and rafting, will certainly make the visitors be amazed and fascinated. Spring, when the melting ice and snow began to feel the flow of the Hudson river rapids, perfect for visitors for rafting and kayaking. Tips for you, come here around April and May, because in the month is the right time to rafting.
Like photography? Bring your camera to Adirondack Park when spring has arrived, capture amazing moments when thousands of birds migrate to the Adirondack forest. Some bird species found here include the Bicknell’s Thrush, Black Backed Woodpecker, Spruce Grouse, Gray Jays and much more.
The public transportation that you can use to get to the natural attractions are Adirondack Trailways of all cities in the United States and also the Greyhound Bus.