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Old 07-06-2017, 05:37 AM   #3
Buckladd
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Nearly all of the DEC campgrounds in the Adirondacks have specialized sites for the handicapped. The sites are hard-packed, and level and the picnic tables are extended without benches so a person in a wheelchair can roll up to them. As for water access, places like Lake Durant and Cranberry Lake have fishing piers. I wish I were more fluent on this but if you do some research on DEC's camping pages and perhaps Reserve America, you may be able to learn a little more. You can also call the campground directly.

Also, at Stillwater Reservoir there is a site with wooden walkways from the campsite to an extra-large outhouse built just for folks with disabilities. I'm sure there's more around the Adirondacks.

Here's DEC's page: http://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/34035.html
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