Adirondack Mountain Club


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Adirondack Mountain Club

Address:814 Goggins Rd
Lake George, NY 12845

Phone:518-668-4447
Fax:518-668-3746
Phone:800-395-8080
Web: www.adk.org
Established: 1932. Description:Dedicated to the protection and responsible recreational use of the New York State Forest Preserve, parks and other wild lands and waters. Promotes a balanced approach to outdoor recreation and natural resource conservation and a committment to public service and stewardship. Members: 30,000. Dues: $45/year.
Publications: Adirondack (bimonthly); free to members.

See other parks in New York.
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