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NY Route 28: Central Adirondack Trail
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The East-West Site of NYRoutes.com from February, 2003
From the Adirondack Northway, I-87 to the New York State Thruway, I-90
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Covering NY 28 Through the Adirondack Park from Warrensburg to Herkimer & Utica, including Indian, Blue Mountain, Raquette, Long Lakes plus Inlet, Old Forge, Thendara and More


Plus NY Route 28N: The Roosevelt - Marcy Trail from North Creek to Blue Mtn. Lake
And NY Route 8 & 28: The Southern Adirondack Trail from the Mohawk Valley to Speculator
NY Route 28's Eastern End on US 9 in Warrensburgh
NY Route 28's Eastern End on US 9 in Warrensburgh, North on US 9 is Chestertown

Why NY Route 28?

  • It's a great, long, fun road to drive.
  • There are plenty of interesting places and cool people to meet.
  • It goes through the less used, less expensive parts of the Adirondacks.
  • The wilderness areas are less crowded, unlike the High Peaks mob scene.
  • There are good properties for sale at reasonable prices in the Park.
  • Follows the Hudson RIver on the East Side then the Moose River & Fulton Lake Chain on the west
  • Follows a Really Strange Route Through the Adirondacks, Mohawk Valley & the Catskills
  • Why Not?

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Outdoors:   Not the best time to be out, still lots of snow higher up but wet areas and possible flooding due to ice jams in remote areas.

Outdoor Activities

Services & Shops

Hunting
Snowshoeing
XC Skiing
Downhill Skiing
Snowmobiling
Golfing
Horseback Riding & Dude Ranches
Licensed Outdoor Guides
Fishing
Hiking & Backpacking
roadmap Roadmap #2 Boooneville, Woodgate, Hinckey Resevoir Roadmap #1 Mowhawk Valley Dining
Motels & Resorts
Bed & Breakfasts
Campgrounds
Gas Station/Convenience Stores
Gifts, Furniture & Antiques
Automotive
Hardware, Building Supplies & Construction Services
General Stores
Vacation Rentals, Real Estate
Groceries
Insurance And Financial
Culture & Entertainment
24 Hour Stores
Free Want Ads

NY 28: Central Adirondack Trail

East to West
Warrensburg  (Northway I-87 Exit 23)
Stony Creek
Friend's Lake
Wevertown
North Creek
North River
Indian Lake
Blue Mountain Lake
Raquette Lake & Camp Sagamore
Inlet
Eagle Bay & Big Moose Lake
Old Forge & Thendara
McKeever & Otter Lake
Woodgate & White Lake
Forestport, Forestport Station & Woodhull
Alder Creek
Boonville
Remsen
Barnveld
Poland & Russia
Newport
Middleville
Herkimer (Thruway, I-90 Exit 30)
High Resolution Topographic Maps Warrensburg-Glen Map
Friends Lake Map
North Creek Map
North River, 13th Lake Map
Long Lake Map
Blue Mountain Lake Map
Raquette Lake, Camp Sagamore Map
Raquette Lake to Inlet Map & Uncas
Old Forge - Thendara Area Map
Hinckley Reservoir Map
Forestport, Alder Creek & Kayuta Lake Map
Road Map 1:Mohawk Valley Map
Road Map 2: Newport, Boonville, to Woodgate Map
NY 28N: The Roosevelt - Marcy Trail East to West
North Creek
Minerva - Olmstedville
Newcomb - Tahawus
Long Lake
Blue Mountain Lake
 
NY 8 & 28:
Southern Adirondack Trail
South to North
Little Falls (Thruway, I-90 Exit 29A)
Herkimer (Thruway, I-90 Exit 30)
Middleville
Newport
Poland & Russia
Coldbrook
Norway, Ohio
NY 365: Hinckley Reservoir, Prospect
Morehouse, Piseco, Oxbow Lake
Lake Pleasant
 
NY Route 8 Towns: North to South
Riparius, Brant Lake
Johnsburg, Bakers Mill
Lake Pleasant
Morehouse, Piseco, Oxbow Lake
Norway, Ohio
Coldbrook
Poland & Russia
Utica (Thruway, I-90 Exit 31)
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A Guide to the all the natural wonders, towns and villages, shopping, services and outdoor fun along the main East-West, Central Adirondack Trail, route through the Adirondacks

Serving all folks: Tourists, Residents, Hunters, Fishermen, Vacationers, Settlers, Outdoorsmen and other lovers of the rugged outdoor life