St. Regis Lakes

This nine mile loop has views of many historic Great Camps and lets the paddler explore Upper St. Regis LakeSpitfire Lake, and Lower St. Regis Lake.

Three accessible boat launches and one carry that is only .6 miles long adds up to a classic loop no one should miss! Also supports the option of a shorter trip.

These gems of the St. Regis Canoe Area also offer the option of spending overnight or longer in this wilderness. For more about the remote wildlands experience, see these tips from the DEC.

Launching Points:

Keese Mills Road Latitude: 44.43212271 Longitude : -74.29987192

Paul Smith College Latitude: 44.4339341205 Longitude : -74.2532661930

Upper St Regis Lake Boat Launch Latitude: 44.3949091528 Longitude : -74.2698393948

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