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Sacandaga Campground in Wells, New York
This panoramic image was taken at the Sacandaga Campground in Wells, New York in August 2016. The campground is located in the southern portion of the Adirondack Park on the Sacandaga River. It is located in a stand of white pine and northern hardwoods. The east and west branches of the Sacandaga River meet at the campground which is a perfect place to spend the day enjoying the water. During periods of high or "white" water, usually in the spring, the river is used by kayakers and canoeists between the towns of Wells and Northville. The park includes campsites, a picnic area with tables and fireplaces, and restrooms with showers. This image was taken on top of the eastern concrete abutment of the campground’s dam structure. The dam was erected in the spring each year to create a beautiful swimming area, with bathhouses and an on duty lifeguard. Unfortunately, the dam is no longer erected, and the bathhouses have been removed.
Copyright: Richard D. Stack
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 13536x6768
Taken: 28/08/2016
Uploaded: 03/09/2016
Updated: 14/09/2016


Tags: camping; swimming; adirondack park; fishing
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