Long Pond

For the finest in seclusion and wilderness camping, this sweet little pond requires a 0.4 mile carry on a foot trail from Black Pond.

This small pond is reached from Black Pond. You will need to paddle Black Pond to the eastern lean-to. From there you can carry the foot trail to the south side of Long Pond. There is a lean-to on the northern shore of the pond. Long Pond gets even less paddlers than Black Pond. 

Pond Sizes – Approximate Shoreline Length: 

0.9 miles

How to get there:

From the intersection of Route 3 and Route 86 in Saranac Lake follow Route 86 toward Paul Smiths. Continue on Route 86 to Route 30 in Paul Smiths. Take a right onto Route 30 and an immediate left onto Keese Mill Road. Follow this down to the parking area for St. Regis Mountain on the left and park here.   

Type of launch:

Small undeveloped

Portage/Carry Details: 

 

Type of water:

This is a small pond that gets very little paddling attention. No motor boats allowed. 

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