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Junction: New York State Highway 17
New York State Highway 30 begins at its intersection with New York State Highway 17. West to the community of Hancock, Delaware County, New York. East to the community of Roscoe, Sullivan County, New York (known as 'Trout Town, USA).
3.2
5.1
1037 ft.
Tomannex State Forest, NY
From Harvard Road, left on Bump Road which traverses Tomannex State Forest (camping, fishing).
8.6
13.9
1066 ft.
Shinhopple, NY
Community of Shinhopple, New York. Trout Brook Rd to Bear Spring Game Management Area (hiking, camping, hunting, snowshoeing, fishing, cross-country skiing, trapping, birdwatching, picnicking, boating, Tel. 607-865-6989).
11.6
18.6
1093 ft.
Cherry Ridge Wild Forest, NY
Corbett Rd, left on Black River Rd, right on Campbell Brook Rd, then left on Campbell Mountain Rd to Cherry Ridge Wild Forest.
12.7
20.5
1093 ft.
Downsville Airport, NY
Private use airport. Permission is needed before landing. Access is on Airport Road off New York State Highway 30.
14.9
24.0
1125 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 206
Community of Downsville, town of Colchester, Delaware County, New York, at the junction of New York State Highway 30 and New York State Highway 206, location of Downsville Bridge and historic Union Free School. To the northwest, NY State Highway 206 traverses the Bear Spring Game Mountain Area and proceeds to the community of Walton, Delaware County, New York; home of the annual Delaware County Fair. To the east, NY State Highway 206 joins NY State Highway 30 until it turns southeast on Cat Hallow Rd/Country Rd 7.
15.2
24.5
1099 ft.
Downsville Bridge, NY
Downsville Bridge, wooden covered bridge over the eastern side of the Delaware River, in the community of Downsivlle, Delaware County, New York.
20.9
33.7
1299 ft.
Pepacton Reservoir, NY
Also known as Downsville Reservoir or Downsville Dam; in Delaware County, New York; ideal for trout fishing; From Downsville, New York State Highway 30 follows the reservoir's north shoreline until BwS Rd No 8 where it crosses the reservoir and follows the reservoir's opposite shoreline for the rest of the reservoir's length.
27.3
43.9
1319 ft.
Middle Mountain Wild Forest, NY
Middle Mountain Wild Forest is located in Delaware County, New York. Fishing in Big Pond, campsites, parking available.
38.0
61.1
1296 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 28
Intersection of New York State Highway 30 & New York State Highway 28; merges with NY State Highway 30 until the community of Margaretteville, town of Middletown, Delaware County, New York, where it turns east to the community of Arkville, Delaware County, New York; to the northeast, to the community of Andes, Delaware County, New York.
41.4
66.7
1312 ft.
Margaretteville, NY
Community of Margaretteville, town of Middletown, Delaware County, New York, on the border of Catskill Park; hometown of Dr. Orvan Hess who invented the fetal heart monitor.
46.7
75.1
1414 ft.
Halcottsville, NY
Community of Halcottsville, Delaware County, New York. At historic Round Barn on New York State Highway 30, is the Patakaran Farmers Market, open from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM, mid-May through mid-October. Halcottsville Rd accesses Wawaka Lake, fishing, kayaking, other outdoor activities. Historic structures include the Old School Baptist Church of Halcottsville (1886), Kelly Round Barn (1893).
48.6
78.2
1421 ft.
Denver, NY
Community of Denver, New York on Country Rd 8, Scudder Hill Rd, then left on Country Rd 36.
54.4
87.6
1516 ft.
Roxbury, NY
Community of Roxbury, Delaware County, New York. Main Street Historic District (1892), Ulster and Delaware Railroad Depot and Mill Complex (1876), Woodchuck Lodge (or John Burroughs Memorial State Historic Site).
60.4
97.2
1404 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 23
New York State Highway 30 & New York State Highway intersect at this point. Community of Grand Gorge, town of Roxbury, Delaware County, New York; former site of the Grand Gorge Railroad Station. On an east-south-east route, NY State Highway 23 goes to the community of Ashland, Greene County, New York. To the west, NY State Highway 23 proceeds to the community of Stamford, towns of Stamford and Harpersfield, Delaware County, New York.
63.4
102.0
1293 ft.
New York State Highway 900V
New York State Highway 900V passes the Schoharie Reservoir on the way to the community of Conesville, Schoharie County, New York.
65.8
105.9
1138 ft.
Bleinheim HIll State Forest, NY
Country Road 13, right on Decker Rd/Allen Rd, which enters the Bleinheim Hill State Forest.
66.7
107.4
1191 ft.
Mine Kill State Park, NY
This park is in North Bleinheim, Schoharie County, New York; fishing, boating, water skiing, kayaking, hiking, mountain biking, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, hunting; picnic tables, Olympic-size swimming pool, playground; several of the facilities are accessible to the handicapped; the NY Power Authority (tel:(518) 827-6121)issues free boat launch and hunting permits. Park access is off New York State Highway 30.
69.8
112.3
814 ft.
Kill Road/Country Road 43, NY
Burnt-Rossman Hills State Forest can be accessed from Kill Road/Country Road 43.
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113.4
784 ft.
North Bleinheim, NY
Community of North Bleinheim, town of Bleinheim, New York; has America's longest wooden, single-span covered bridge, Old Bleinheim Bridge, wooden covered bridge spanning Schoharie Creek, second-longest single span covered bridge in the world and one of the oldest single span bridge in the United States.
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120.4
719 ft.
Breakabeen, NY
Community of Breakabeen, town of Fulton, Schoharie County, New York. During the American Revolution, Patriot and British forces passed through Breakabeen; a small battle also ensued here during the latter part of the war; partially destroyed by British forces in 1780. Breakabeen National Historic District (33 contributing buildings).
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125.9
702 ft.
Fultonham, NY
Community of Fultonham, town of Fulton, Schoharie County, New York; excellent biking area along New York State Highway 30. Take Pleasant Valley Rd to Patria State Forest.
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131.8
659 ft.
Vroman's Nose, NY
A major geological feature in the town of Fulton, Schoharie County, New York, is Vroman's Nose, a popular hiking site and is historically significant because it served as an important area in the Schoharie Valley Patriots' struggle against the British. Vroman's Nose' summit, called the "Dance Floor," is a large, flat surface left by glacial movements. Access is from W Middleburgh Rd off New York State Highway 30.
82.6
133.0
617 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 145
Junction of New York State Highway 30 & New York State Highway 145. Community of Middleburgh, Schoharie County, New York. Historic structures include St. Mark's Evangelical Lutheran Church on Main Street, built in 1856; Bellinger-Dutton House, built in 1846; U.S. Post Office (1939-1940). To the north, NY State Highway 145 intersects US Interstate Highway 88 and New York State Highway 7, at the community of Cobleskill, Schoharie County, New York. To the south, NY State Highway 145 passes The Vlaie, Stone Store State Forest, and heads to the community of Broome, Schoharie County, New York.
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133.7
620 ft.
Middleburgh, NY
Community of Middleburgh, Schoharie County, New York.
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141.1
604 ft.
Schoharie, NY
Community of Schoharie, Schoharie County, New York; named after a native word meaning "driftwood." Historical places of interests in Schoharie are the Old Lutheran Parsonage, next to Spring Street (1743), one of the oldest religious structures left in New York; Lasell Hall (1795); Schoharie County Couthouse Complex (1870); Schoharie Valley Railroad Complex (1875); Old Stone Fort, originally built in 1772 as a Reformed Dutch Church, used as an armory during the American Civil War up to 1873, operated as a museum in 1888, open to the public from May through October. Lasalle Park on Country Rd 1b/Prospect St; Fox Creek Park on Main Street.
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143.0
617 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 443
New York State Highway 443 starts at its intersection with New York State Highway 30. To the east, NY State Highway 443 goes to the community of Gallupville, Schoharie County, New York.
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145.2
653 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 30A
Junction of New York State Highway 30 & New York State Highway 30A, which intersects with US Interstate Highway to the north, meets NY State Highway 7, overlaps each other for about a mile.
92.0
148.0
1152 ft.
Junction: US Interstate Highway 88/NY State Highway 7
New York State Highway 30 intersects US Interstate Highway 88 at this point; to the northeast, US Interstate Highway 88 meets US Interstate Highway 90 and ends there. To the southwest, the community of Richmondville, Schoharie County, New York. Just past US Interstate Highway 88, NY State Highway 30 also intersects New York State Highway 7, which goes to the community of Duanesburg, Schenectady County, New York, to the east; to the west, NY State Highway 7 goes to the community of Central Bridge, Schoharie County, New York.
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154.7
682 ft.
Junction: US Highway 20
Junction of New York State Highway 30 & US Highway 20. Community of Esperance, Schoharie County, New York; Esperance is a French word meaning "hope." To the east, US Highway 20 goes to the community of Duanesburg, Schenectady County, New York; to the west, to the community of Sloansville, Schoharie County, New York.
102.0
164.2
1037 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 159
New York State Highway 159 begins at this junction with New York State Highway 30 and heads to the community of Mariaville Lake, Schenectady County, New York, named after a small lake in east of the town.
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168.0
725 ft.
Sulphur Spring Road, NY
Sulphur Spring Road/Country Highway 154 intersects New York State Highway 160 to the east.
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591 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 161
New York State Highway 161 (Mill Point Road) ends at this intersection with New York State Highway 30. It begins at a junction with New York State Highway 30 to the west, in the community of Glen, Montgomery County, New York.
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176.6
459 ft.
Junction: US Interstate Highway 90
Junction of New York State Highway 30 & US Interstate Highway 90 (New York State Thruway); to the east, to the community of Fultonville, town of Glen, Montgomery County, New York. Just past US Interstate Highway 90, NY State Highway 30 also intersects New York State Highway 5S; to the southeast, to the community of Patterson-Rotterdam Junction, Schenectady County, New York; to the east, NY State Highway 5S heads to the community of Auriesville, town of Glen, Montgomery County, New York.
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178.1
272 ft.
Junction: New York State Highways 5 and 67
Intersection of New York State Highway 30 with New York State Highways 5 and 67 on Main Street. City of Amsterdam, Montgomery County, New York. Places of interest include Amsterdam Castle (1895, former National Guard Armory, currently a private residence and bed and breakfast), St. Stanislaus Roman Catholic Church Complex (1897, Cornell & Reid Sts); Temple of Israel (1901, Mohawk Place). Bigelow Sanford Field. NY State Highway 5 heads to the community of Scotia, Schenectady County, New York; to the west, both highways proceed to the community of Fort Johnson, town of Amsterdam, Montgomery County, New York. NY State Highway 67 goes east to the community of Ballston Spa, towns of Ballston & Milton, Saratoga County, New York.
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179.9
581 ft.
Amsterdam Golf Course, NY

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182.2
715 ft.
Hagaman, NY
Community of Hagaman, town of Amsterdam, Montgomery County, New York.
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187.5
869 ft.
Perth, NY
Community of Perth, Fulton County, New York.
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191.4
787 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 29
New York State Highway 30 & New York State Highway 29 intersect at this juncture. Community of Broadalbin, town of Mayfield, Fulton County, New York. NY State Highway 29 to community of Johnstown, Fulton County, New York, to the west; to the east, to the community of Rock City Falls, town of Milton, Saratoga County, New York.
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196.7
823 ft.
Junction: New York State 349
New York State Highway 349 terminates at this junction with New York State Highway 30.
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199.3
820 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 30A
The community of Mayfield, Fulton County, New York, at the junction of New York State Highway 30A & New York State Highway 30. Limited services. The Adirondack Trail starts here. To the south, NY State Highway 30A ends at an intersection with NY State Highway 29.
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201.9
889 ft.
Reservoir
Jackson Summit Reservoir (Jackson Summit Road E, Tomantown Road).
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209.0
801 ft.
Great Sacandaga Lake, NY
The Great Sacandaga Lake, in Adirondack Park, northern Fulton and Saratoga counties, New York, 41.7 square miles, reservoir, boating, snowmobiling, fishing, skiing, water sports, antique/craft shops.
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214.5
827 ft.
County Roadway #123
East and south access to Southampton Beach Campsite, New York. Located on New York's Great Sacandaga Lake, a large reservoir 29 miles in length. - Amenities: 224 campsites, a day camp picnic area with tables and fireplaces, hot showers/flush toilets, picnic pavilion rental, trailer dump station, boat launch, sand beach swimming area. Activities: Fishing, boating, swimming, hiking. The park has trails including the Northville-Lake Placid Trail beginning in Northville and traveling 133 miles ending in the village of Lake Placid, NY.
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215.9
791 ft.
Northville, NY
Community of Northville, town of Northampton, Fulton County, New York. The town of Edinburg can be accessed from Country Rd 152, right on Ridge Rd/Country Rd 113, Country Rd 4, Northville Road; Copeland Bridge, a wooden covered bridge over Beech Creek in Edinburg.
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217.5
787 ft.
Woodward Lake, NY
Collins-Gifford Valley Rd to Woodward Lake.
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219.6
771 ft.
Sacandaga River, NY

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221.2
794 ft.
Benson, NY
Community of Benson, Hamilton County, New York. Shaker Mountain.
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226.9
807 ft.
Hope, NY
Community of Hope, Hamilton County, New York. Limited services.
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233.5
886 ft.
Wilcox Lake Wild Forest, NY
Wilcox Lake Wild Forest, located in the Adirondack Park's southeastern portion. Recreational activities: camping, hiking, ice fishing, snowmobiling, skiing, backpacking. Popular attractions include Hadley Mountain, Tenant Falls, Crane Mountain, Oregon Trial, Baldwin Springs, Wilcox Lake, Murphy Lake, Pine Orchard, Bennett Lake, and Lizard Pond.
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1004 ft.
Wells, NY
Community of Wells, Hamilton County, New York. Lake Alconquin.
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244.1
1043 ft.
Jessup River, NY

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246.7
1115 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 8
Intersection of New York State Highway 30 & New York State Highway 8. To the east, NY State Highway 8 provides access to Siamese Ponds _________, goes into the Adirondack Park and to the communities of Bakers Mill and Weverton, Warren County, New York. NOTE: At this point, NY State Highway 8 overlaps NY State Highway 30 to the north.
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258.7
1739 ft.
Duck Bay, NY

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259.7
1752 ft.
Kunjamuk Bay, NY

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1736 ft.
Speculator, NY
Community of Speculator, Hamilton County, New York. Limited services.
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262.3
1775 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 8
NOTE: New York State Highway 8 turns southwest at this point after its overlap with New York State Highway 30 and accesses Lake Pleasant ______ and Jessup River Wild Forest______.
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263.5
1972 ft.
Lake
Echo Lake. Jim's Hill Road, left on Page Street, then turn on Klee Lane._______
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1765 ft.
Lake
Whitaker Lake. Deerfoot Lodge Road, then Deerfoot Lodge Spur. ________
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274.9
1811 ft.
Lake
Mason Lake _________
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281.4
1677 ft.
Lake/Campground
Lewey Lake_______ Lewey Lake Campground__________
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288.1
1801 ft.
Lake
Indian Lake, a 12-mile long lake in Hamilton County, New York. Historic Snowy Mountain Fire Observation Station, built in 1917 to preserve the Adirondack Forest Preserve from hazardous forest fires.
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293.7
1759 ft.
Sabael, NY
Community of Sabael, Hamilton County, New York. Limited services.
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299.8
1726 ft.
Lake
Lake Abanakee _________
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300.7
1755 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 28
Junction of New York State Highway 30 & New York State Highway 28. East access to Adirondack Lake, Byron Park and Blue Mountain ___________. West access Cedar River Golf Course _________.
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301.2
1742 ft.
Indian Lake, NY
Community of Indian Lake, Hamilton County, New York, situated within the Adirondack Park. Known as the "Moose Capital of the Northeast."
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303.4
1660 ft.
Golf Course
Cedar River Golf Course ______________
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309.6
1883 ft.
Lake
Rock Lake ________
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314.5
1808 ft.
Lake/Campsite
Lake Durant. Lake Durant Campsite. _________
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318.7
1808 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 28
Junction of New York State Highway 30 & New York State Highway 28N. West access to the community of Blue Mountain Lake, Hamilton County, New York. Adirondacks Center for the Arts: art exhibits, music/theater performances (Tel. 518-352-7715). NOTE: At this juncture, NY State Highway 28N begins and overlaps NY State Highway 30 to the north.
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319.0
1801 ft.
Historic Church
Church of the Transfiguration, an Episcopal church built in 1885 made of barked spruce logs.
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320.4
2044 ft.
Adirondacks Museum, NY
Adirondack Museum (on NY State Highways 28N & 30) preserves Adirondack history; has 22 exhibit spaces displaying historic artifacts, oil/watercolor paintings, and archived materials. Situated on the site of Blue Mountain House (a historic summer resort constructed in 1876). Tel. 518-352-7311.
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321.7
2057 ft.
Minnow Pond, NY
Minnow Pond, Hamilton County, New York, off New York State Highways 30 & 28N. Fishing.
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323.2
2073 ft.
Blue Mountain, NY
Blue Mountain, located in Indian Lake, Hamilton County, New York, is part of the Adirondacks Mountains. Hiking trails. Site of the historic Blue Mountain Fire Observation Station.
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325.7
1814 ft.
Mud Pond, NY
Mud Pond in Hamilton Country, New York, off New York State Highways 30 & 28N. Fishing.
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327.4
1854 ft.
South Pond, NY
South Pond, Hamilton County, New York. Fishing.
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335.8
1647 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 28N
NOTE: At this point, New York State Highway 28N disconnects from New York State Highway 30 and proceeds west to access the Adirondack Park, the largest park in the United States, which has 3,000+ lakes, several thousand miles of rivers and streams, and the largest trail system in the United States.
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336.2
1686 ft.
Long Lake, NY
Community of Long Lake, Hamilton County, New York. Located within the Adirondack Park and is a frequent summer destination. Recreational activities include boating, fishing, hiking, snowmobiling. Site of the Adirondack Hotel, originally constructed in 1850s, provides a spectacular view of Long Lake. Park Lake _________
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1788 ft.
Lake
Lake Eaton _____. Access is on Lake Eaton Road, off New York State Highway 30.
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344.6
1781 ft.
Lake
Grampus Lake can be accessed from Grampus Lake Road, off New York State Highway 30. ______
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346.8
1949 ft.
Ponds
Minnow Pond, off New York State Highway 30. Middle Cat Pond and Upper Pond can both be accessed from Circle Road/County Road 104. Fishing.
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2001 ft.
Lake
Little Tupper Lake _______. Access is from Circle Road, left on Willam C. Whitney Pond Road. Nearby ponds off NY State Highway 30 include Minnow Pond, Middle Pond, and Upper Cat Pond. Fishing.
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1982 ft.
Moonshine Pond, NY
Moonshine Pond can be accessed from Moonshine Pond Road, off New York State Highway 30. Fishing.
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353.1
1775 ft.
Sperry Pond, NY
Sperry Pond, _______
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1581 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 421
New York State Highway 421 begins at this intersection with New York State Highway 30. North access to South Bay ______,
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1575 ft.
South Bay, NY

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1555 ft.
Rock Island Bay, NY

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361.3
1568 ft.
Slim Cove, NY

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1614 ft.
Lake
Tupper Lake _______
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363.8
1611 ft.
Whistler's Cove, NY

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1558 ft.
Simon Pond, NY
Simon Pond _______. Lake Simon Road.
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1585 ft.
Tupper Lake, NY
Community of Tupper Lake, Franklin County, New York. Places of interest: The Wild Center or Natural History Museum of the Adirondacks feature live animals and exhibits, indoor waterfall, wide-screen theater (45 Museum Drive, Tel. 518-359-7800)(518); historic Beth Jospeh Tupper Lake Synagogue & Gallery, constructed in 1905, features a small museum, currently the oldest synagogue in the Adirondacks, open in the summertime only; Raquette Pond can be accessed from Lake Street. Fishing.
230.9
371.5
1594 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 3
Junction of New York State Highway 30 & New York State Highway 3. On a north-east route, access to the community of Piercefield, St. Lawrence County, New York. NOTE: To the east, NY State Highway 3 overlaps NY State Highway 30.
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1578 ft.
-Saranac Lakes Wild Forest, NY

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380.4
1686 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 3
NOTE: New York State Highway 3 separates from New York State Highway 30 at this point and turns east to access Panther Pond, Stony Creek Ponds, and traverses the High Peaks __________
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382.4
1660 ft.
Lake
Upper Saranac Lake ___________
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384.5
1575 ft.
Pelky Bay, NY

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385.2
1575 ft.
Camp Eagle Island, NY
Historic Camp Eagle Island, a Girl Scout Camp since 1938, located on Eagle Island, Upper Saranac Lake, New York. Activities: hiking, sailing, canoeing, swimming. Amenities: showers, boathouse, dining hall. Can accommodate 140 campers. Tel. 555-234-5467.
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385.7
1588 ft.
Gilpin Bay, NY
Gilpin Bay Road
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386.8
1608 ft.
Brandy Pond, NY

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387.7
1585 ft.
Ponds
Fish Creek Pond _______. Square Pond. Other nearby ponds are Black Pond, Whey Pond, Rollins Pond, Little Suare Pond, Copperas Pond, Echo Pond.
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388.4
1572 ft.
Upper Saranac Lake, NY
Upper Saranac Lake is the 6th largest lake in the Adirondack Park; has 20 campsites which can only be reached by boat on a first-come basis.
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389.1
1581 ft.
Campground
Fish Creek Pond Campground
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390.4
1572 ft.
Fallensby Clear Pond, NY

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394.3
1591 ft.
Ponds
Green Pond, from Floodwood Road, access Poliwog Pond, Middle Pond
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428.6
1598 ft.
Junction: New York State Highway 458
New York State Highway 458 ends here at its junction with New York State Highway 30. To the east is the community of Santa Clara, Franklin County, New York; includes the 58 ponds of the St. Regis Canoe Area.
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433.1
1575 ft.
Meacham Lake, NY
Meacham Lake and Clear Pond can be accessed from Meacham Road. Meacham Lake campground has several campsites, playground, boat rentals, picnic area; boating, fishing, hiking.
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442.1
1509 ft.
Country Rd 26/State Highway 99
East of New York State Highway 30, on Country Rd 26/State Highway 99 accesses Titusville Mountain State Forest, Debar Mountain Wild Forest (in the northeastern Adirondack Park, Franklin County, New York. Amenities: hiking, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, horseback riding, mountain biking, snowmobiling, fishing, hunting, canoeing, boating) and Loon Lake (town of Chester, Warren County, New York; fishing, boating). On Red Tavern Rd/Country Highway 14, left on Deer River Dr to the Deer River Flow. Horsehoe Pond is on Horseshoe Lane. Car camping is available at Meacham Lake and Buck Pond Campgrounds. There are also 21 remote campsites and four lean-tos. Other bodies of water include the St. Regis River, Mountain Pond, and Lake Kushaqua.
281.4
452.9
1381 ft.
Titus Mountain, NY
Titus Mountain (or Titus), town of Malone, Franklin County, New York; part of the Adirondack Mountains; popular downhill skiing area; 990 ft base elevation; 1560 ft summit elevation; 570 ft vertical drop; 26 trails.
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465.4
751 ft.
Junction
The eastern terminus of New York State Highway 37 is at this junction with New York Highway 30 and US Highway 11. Community of Malone, Franklin County, New York; county seat. Historical places: Malone Freight Depot (1852), Malone Armory (National Guard armory, 1892), Horton Gristmill (1853), First Congregational Church (Clay Street, 1883). To the west, US Highway 11 provides access to Malone-Dufort Airport then proceeds to the community of North Bangor, Franklin County, New York; to the east, it goes to the community of Chateaugay, Franklin County, New York. Before this junction, on NY State Highway 11B/Franklin St, to the west, to the community of West Bangor, Franklin County, New York.
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475.5
351 ft.
Junction: New York State 122
Junction of New York State Highway 30 & New York State Highway 122; to the east, NY State Highway 122 ends at its junction with US Highway 11; to the west, it ends on New York State Highway 37.
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481.3
240 ft.
Trout River, NY
Trout River flows past the communities of Constable and Trout River and across the border into Canada.
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484.1
203 ft.
United States - Canada Border
New York State Highway 30 crosses the United States-Canada border and enters Quebec, Canada as Route 138. At the junction of NY State Highway 30 and Country Rd 30 is the community of Trout River, Franklin County, New York, very near the border of New York and Quebec, Canada, port of entry. -LD10e