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Old 08-27-2015, 08:16 AM   #21
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Mike, we definitely saw signs of your last visit. Some of the rocks looked exactly like your photos. I agree that it would be wisest to wait for more water before another visit. This year we have been working on upstream adventures. Thinking of getting back to pond hopping with the low water levels and drier trails. Next adventure has not been picked yet. Jamie and I usually discuss and decide while paddling around the Grafton ponds. John
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Old 02-28-2018, 09:36 AM   #22
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Hi all who are familiar with this area.
I visited Sand Lake last May with my 5 year old for two nights and we had a great time. We used the campsite right at the end of the Sand Lake trail, which was ok. I am looking to go to Clockmill this year, wondering about campsites on the lake there. CNY says there is a site where the trail meets the pond, are there others on the pond we could paddle or hike to that anyone knows of?

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Old 03-03-2018, 03:52 AM   #23
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Found two sites on our trip, there may be more. I think “D” is the better one, in fact quite nice. It has a very nice rock outcropping where you get out into an unobstructed 300 degree beautiful view. Fire pit is out there as well, making for an attractive evening. Hope the link below works. “B”is the approximate location of the second site. The water was a lot lower than the satellite views. Neither site had seen much use.

September 15, 2015

Farther south along Piseco Road on way out, we came in from north, Route 8, I see on map it’s called Bray House Falls, East Canada Creek.... it’s worth the stop....

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