Explore the Adirondacks With a Self-Guided Nature Tour
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Within Lapland Lake's 30-mile trail network lies a wonderful 24-station self-guided Nature Trail. Three miles in length and developed by a local naturalist, our Nature Trail is a delightful way to pass an hour or two in the company of friends and family.
Descriptions of typical vegetation and animal life indigenous to this region of the Adirondacks are presented. Children and adults alike will delight in spying an alder branch where a whitetail deer has rubbed his antlers and in learning, for instance, which tree produces cough syrup, wine and jelly! Much aquatic life exists in the property’s streams, and these are detailed as well. Mosses, berries, many varieties of trees and shrubs are all addressed in the on-loan Nature Guide. You’ll even see the remains of our 100+ year old Giant Pine, 53” in diameter and at one time 115 feet tall. It has since been struck by lightning several times, and visitors can easily see the scars of these impacts.
Take a snack along and enjoy a rest
by one of the gurgling streams.
You may see wildlife along on your journey. Be certain to enter your sightings in the Wildlife Guide at the Main Office. Everyone enjoys reading what others have seen and experienced.
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