Experience Camping in the Adirondacks

Camping is a great way to discover the Saranac Lake region!  Sitting around a fire, roasting marshmallows under a star filled sky - what could be better!

With remote wilderness campsites, accessible only by back-packing or campground facilities providing full service, there are many places to camp in Saranac Lake to choose from.

Boat access sites on are available on Lower and Middle Saranac and in the St. Regis Wilderness Canoe Area. There are a number of state operated campgrounds in the area: Meacham Lake, Fish Creek Pond, Rollins Pond, Buck Pond, Saranac Lake Islands and Meadowbrook.

What to Do While Camping

Outdoor recreation is a top priority when camping. Boating, paddling, swimming, hiking, biking, are all activities that can be added to the agenda! 

Less than a hour from Saranac Lake attractions, camping is a great way to take some time off and create priceless family memories!

Fish Creek State Campground

Season: April - October 322 sites available. Considered the finest and most attractive of all the Adirondack campgrounds, Fish Creek ...
Location: Saranac Lake, NY

Meadowbrook State Campground

Open May - September 1st. Meadowbrook is the best bargain in town for those visiting the Lake Placid Olympic Training venues or the ...
Location: Ray Brook, NY

Rollins Pond State Campground

May - August, 268 sites. Rollins Pond should be at the top of your list if you like canoes, rowboats, paddle boats, or kayaks. All are ...
Location: Saranac Lake, NY

Saranac Lake Islands State Campground

Water access only - 58 campsites.The Lower Saranac Lake Islands provide miles and miles of boater recreation and direct access to four ...
Location: Saranac Lake, NY

Buck Pond

Open May - Sept. 1st. Buck Pond compares to a mountain retreat; it offers secluded sites, numerous water access, a guarded bathing ...
Location: Saranac Lake, NY

Little Wolf Beach & Campground

Location: Tupper Lake, NY