|Junction: New York State Highway 30
||Junction of New York State Highway 28N with New York State Highway 28 and New York State Highway 30. Community of Blue Mountain Lake, Hamilton County, New York. Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts: art exhibits, music/theater performances (Tel. 518-352-7715). NOTE: To the east, NY State Highway 30 & NY State Highway 28 overlap each other and provides access to Lake Durant and the Lake Durant Campsite - Amenities: tent/trailer sites, beach, hiking trails, bathhouse, flush toilets; Activities: boating, hiking, fishing, canoeing, swimming, sailboating (Tel. 518-352-7797).
|Adirondack Museum, NY
||Adirondack Museum (on NY State Highways 28N & 30) is dedicated to the preservation of Adirondacks history; has 22 exhibit spaces displaying historic artifacts, oil/watercolor paintings, and archived materials. Located on the site of Blue Mountain House (a historic summer resort built in 1876). Tel. 518-352-7311.
|Minnow Pond, NY
||Minnow Pond, Hamilton County, New York, off New York State Highway 28N. Fishing.
|Blue Mountain, NY
||Blue Mountain, located in Indian Lake, Hamilton County, is part of the Adirondacks Mountains. Hiking trails. Site of the historic Blue Mountain Fire Observation Station.
|Blue Ridge Wilderness Area, NY
||The Blue Ridge Wilderness Area (in the towns of Arrieta, Lake Pleasant, Indian Lake, Hamilton County, New York) is a New York Forest Preserve unit in the Adirondack Park; consists of 19 bodies of water, 15 miles of trails, ponds.
|Mud Pond, NY
||Mud Pond in Hamilton County, New York, off New York State Highway 28N. Fishing.
|South Pond, NY
||South Pond, Hamilton County, New York. Fishing.
|Junction: New York State Highway 30
||NOTE: New York State Highway 30 ends it overlap with New York State Highway 28N and passes Park Lake to the north, then turns west and accesses Lake Eaton via Lake Eaton Road. Amenities in Lake Eaton - 135 tent/trailer sites, picnic tables, boat/canoe/kayak rentals, flush toilets. Activities - fishing, hiking, boating, kayaking, biking, swimming (Tel. 518-624-2641).
|Adirondack Park, NY
||Adirondack Park - the largest park in the U.S, has 3,000+ lakes, several thousand miles of rivers and streams, and the largest trail system (2,000 miles) in the United States.
||Off New York State Highway 28N, take Arbutus Road, right on Adirondack Park Preserve to access Military Lake and Military Pond. From Arbutus Road, turn left on Caitlin Lake Road to access Arbutus Pond, Lilypad Pond, and Long Pond.
||Community of Newcomb, Essex County, New York, located inside the Adirondack Park. Places of interest include the Adirondack Park Visitor Center which provides environmental education and orients park visitors; Santanoni Preserve, located on Newcomb Lake - forest preservation, activities include hiking, biking/mountain biking, skiing, cross-country skiing. Nearby lakes: Belden Lake, Lodo Pond, and Rich Lake.
||Lake Harris Campground on Harris Lake, New York. Activities: camping, fishing, hiking, canoeing, boating, bicycling, water skiing, (Tel. 518-582-2503). Access is on Campsite Road, off NY State Highway 28N.
|Vanderwhacker Mountain, NY
||Vanderwhacker Mountain, Essex County, New York: hiking, snowmobiling. Summit is 3,409 feet. A spectacular view of the Adirondak High Peaks can be seen from the fire tower at the summit. Hewitt Pond can be accessed from Hewitt Lake Road (fishing).
||Balfour Lake, Essex County, New York. Fishing.
|Roper Pond, NY
||Access to Roper Pond is from N Woods Club Road, off New York State Highway 28N.
|Calahan Pond, NY
||Calahan Pond can be accessed from New York State Highway 28N.
||Minerva Lake: a small artificial lake used for recreation purposes such as fishing. Access is on Minerva Lake Road, off New York State Highway 28N. Located in the community of Minerva, Essex County, New York.
|Minerva Lake, NY
||Townshed Road/Long Hills Road, left on Minerva Beach Road to Minerva Lake, New York.
||Take Country Road 29/Main Street to the community of Olmstedville, Essex County, New York. Moxham Pond is south of NY State Highway 28N.
||Cobble Creek Rd, west of New York State Highway 28N, provides access to Martin Pond and Fuller Pond. Bird Pond to the east of NY State Highway 28N is accessed from Owens Road.
|North Creek, NY
||Community of North Creek, Adirondack Park, Warren County, New York at the junction of New York State Highway 28N and New York State Highway 28, famous for outdoor recreational activities such as skiing and hiking. North Creek Bridge, a two lane bridge carrying NY 28N over the Hudson River and connects Johnsburg with Chester, New York. North Creek Ski Bowl Town Park is on Ski Bowl Road, then Dump Road, off NY State Highway 28. LD10e