Situated at the very heart of the Village of Tupper Lake, you'll discover the expansive Tupper Lake Waterfront Park, affectionately referred to locally as the Tupper Lake Municipal Park. Bordering the shores of Raquette Pond, this expansive park offers ample space for leisurely activities such as relaxation, leisurely walks, recreation, and even remote work. Whether you're seeking a tranquil picnic and a leisurely stroll along the picturesque Waterfront Walkway, a productive afternoon spent in the gazebo attending to tasks, or an idyllic evening fishing beneath the enchanting sunset, the allure of this park ensures that you'll find yourself returning time and again.
- Waterfront walkway
- Gazebo & Pavilion
- Picnic Table
- 2 covered fishing overlooks
- Public boat slips & launch
- FREE wifi
- Little Loggers Playground
- Softball Field
- Tennis Courts
- Basketball Court
- Volleyball Court
- The Matthew Wilson Memorial Skateboard Park (Adjacent to the Little Logger’s Playground)
- Plenty of daytime parking
- Public restrooms
- Outdoor skating rink (winter)
- Cell phone charging stations
- Electric car charging stations
Wild Center Waterfront Exhibit
Interpretive signs and interactive stations explaining the heritage of Tupper Lake's logging and railroad industry have recently been added to Flander's Waterfront Walkway. We invite you to come learn about the history and experience log rolling and climbing like a lumberjack.
The Tupper Lake Municipal Park is home to a wide variety of events annually. Some of these include the Tupper Lake Tinman Triathlon, The Tupper Lake Field Days, Riverpigs Baseball games, live music, and more.
The Tupper Lake Municipal Park is home to one of the best sunset vistas in the Adirondack Park.
The Tupper Lake Municipal Park is located on Demars Boulevard (NYS Route 3) in Tupper Lake (across from McDonalds). From the Park Street Business District (uptown), follow Route 3 west towards Watertown, turn left after you pass the Grandstands/Softball Field.
From the Main Street Business District (downtown), follow Route 3 east, turn right after you pass McDonalds.
GPS Coordinates: 44.227286, -74.464439