Wilderness

Wilderness

Uploaded Image: /uploads/images/Wilderness.jpg The Adirondack Park, established in 1892 for the benefit of all of the people of New York State, is six-million acres in size and contains both public and private land within its boundary. The largest park in the contiguous United States, it is an area of mixed use based upon a core of 2.6 million acres of “Forever Wild” land.

Wilderness

Defending and promoting the wild character and ecological integrity of the Adirondack Park and the "Forever Wild" Forest Preserve. Goals include: