Make A Splash!

Whether it is a relaxing evening boat cruise on the lake, fishing on the river, or an action packed afternoon of tubing and water skiing, you need to make time to get out on the water in the Adirondacks. 

Big Tupper Lake, the largest body of water in the Tupper Lake area, spans an impressive 9 miles in length and offers over 28 miles of beautiful shoreline to explore. Spend the day swimming in the quiet bays, exploring island campsites, and simply escaping the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Big Tupper Lake also has outlets to the Raquette River, Simon Pond, and Raquette Pond, which allows for even more places to explore while you are out on the water. ​

 

 

 

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Hoel Pond provides wonderful access to the St. Regis Canoe Area.
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Located at the Little Wolf Beach Campground, the Little Wolf Beach Launch offers access to Little Wolf Pond for boating, fishing, and paddling. 
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A fully accessible wilderness area located near Tupper Lake, it has picnic areas for day trips.
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On Route 30 approximately 2 miles south of the Village of Tupper Lake you will find access to Big Tupper Lake via a DEC Boat Launch. From this handicap accessible launch you will be able enjoy endless recreational opportunities.
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Within the village of Tupper Lake, is the Tupper Lake Municipal Park. The launch is located here. From this launch you will have access to Raquette Pond, Big Tupper Lake, Simon Pond, and the Raquette River.
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Located right outside of the Hamlet of Piercefield, the Piercefield Flow Beach Launch allows access for small motor boats, canoes, and kayaks.
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A fully accessible wilderness area located near Tupper Lake, it has picnic areas for day trips.
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A fully accessible wilderness area located near Tupper Lake, it has picnic areas for day trips.
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A fully accessible wilderness area located near Tupper Lake, it has picnic areas for day trips.
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A fully accessible wilderness area located near Tupper Lake, it has picnic areas for day trips.
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