International Paper John Dillon ParkJohn Dillon Park
All of our nine lean-tos are built for accessibility. Bear Cub is close to our Welcome Center and is the only site that can be driven to. The lean-tos are built in pairs, with the exception of Bear Cub, to accommodate larger groups. Two lean-tos are located at Handsome Pond, our “backwoods” site, and will be available at the end of a two-and-a-half mile long trail. Each site has a fully accessible outhouse, each equipped with a modern composting toilet. Water is available at the Welcome Center.
Bring your canoes and kayaks, go fishing or just take a relaxing paddle around Grampus Lake. If paddling is not your thing, we have an electric pontoon boat which you can request to have a staff member take you out on. There are great places all along our trails to find a seat at an outlook and watch our resident family of Ospreys raise their young, or see Loons and Bald Eagles fishing in Grampus Lake. If you’d rather just get away from everyone, take a hike on our three miles of trails and bask in the quiet of the wilderness.
THE PARK WILL OPERATE FROM MAY 31 THROUGH SEPTEMBER 1
For questions call (518) 524-6226 or email email@example.com
RESERVATIONS REQUIRED FOR OVERNIGHT CAMPING. RESERVATIONS OPEN!
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 an accessible wilderness facility located in the beautiful Adirondacks of northern New York. We provide fully accessible trails, lean-tos and other services to accommodate all types of disabilities. Stop by the park today and see how the team of Paul Smith College and International Paper have made this idea a reality.