International Paper John Dillon Park
John Dillon Park is officially closed for the season. We are taking advantage of this time to do renovations in preparation for a grand reopening next year. Please check back for updates and visit the new blog.
The mission of International Paper-John Dillon Park is to provide a barrier free wilderness camping experience while making the natural landscape of the Adirondacks accessible to all, regardless of ability. According to the US Census Bureau there are 40 million Americans living with a disability and very few parks cater to this demographic. Opened in the Spring of 2006, IP-JDP has served over 25,000 visitors for both day use and overnight camping activities. We are proud to offer an age and ability friendly destination.
The Park offers over 3 miles of trails, 9 fully accessible lean-to camping structures, tent camping, viewing decks, canoe/kayak launch and pontoon boat excursions for site seeing and fishing. The Welcome Center has running water 24 hours a day and when open sanitary facilities are fully accessible. The park is completely off grid and is serviced by solar panels and propane; staff is available 24 hours a day.
Through a partnership with International Paper, Paul Smiths College staffs and operates the park between the months of June and August. Internships are offered for students as the park is an important educational tool for both the recreation and forestry curriculum of the college.
THE PARK IS CLOSED FOR THE SEASON
For questions call (518) 524-6226 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
RESERVATIONS REQUIRED FOR OVERNIGHT CAMPING.
International Paper-John Dillon Park
2150 Tupper Road
Long Lake, NY 12847
INTERNATIONAL PAPER-JOHN DILLON PARK | LONG LAKE, NY
International Paper-John Dillon Park is a fully accessible ADA compliant wilderness campground and day use facility located within the Adirondack Park of Northern New York. We offer fully accessible trails, lean-tos and buildings along with an attentive staff to accommodate people of all ages and abilities. In the creation of this setting we have set the standard for accessible facilities by making the beauty and benefit of nature a reality for all.