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HTR Adirondacks

HTR Adirondacks, formerly known as The Singing Waters Campground, is located on the Moose River where guests are allowed to swim

1334 NY-28, Old Forg
1334 NY-28
Old Forge, NY 13420
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The Singing Waters Campground is open all year long and is located on the Moose River where guests are allowed to swim, kayak and canoe.

The campgrounds has 150 sites available for rent, including 75 with full RV hook-ups, 57 with electric and water and 18 tent sites. Sites range from open or secluded woods to sunny or shady riverside. There is a playground for the kids and a beach area for sunbathing. Pets are welcome in the campsite section, but prohibited if renting a cabin.
 
 

Old Forge, NY

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