Adirondack Park - NY
Paddle and portage your way through the largest state park in the United States—Adirondack Park! Possibly the wildest territory in New York State, Adirondack park is roughly the size of Vermont, and was given state protection to remain “forever wild” in 1894. Guide your canoe through a necklace of ponds and lakes strung together by winding rivers and rugged portage trails, and if you’re stealthy enough, you just might catch sight of a lumbering moose or hear the slap of a beaver’s tail. Pitch your tents lakeside in a pristine backcountry campsite, and gaze at a canopy of brilliant twinkling stars as the calls of the loons lull you to sleep.