Moreau Lake State Park is the ninth largest state park in New York with over 4,000 acres of open space in Saratoga and Warren counties. This includes 14 miles of shoreline along the Hudson River, an easily accessible lake, miles of hiking trails and a weekly schedule of programs. There are several opportunities to view the Adirondacks from the mountain ridge that divides the main park from the Hudson River.
- Size: 4000 acres+
- Trail length: Varied
- Scenery: Forested
- Trail Conditions: Mixed
Trip Tip: State Camp Ground with lots of Outdoor Activities
During the spring, summer and early fall there are 148 tent and RV campsites available for a nominal fee. The lake is open for swimming and kayaking. There is a nature center, playground and organized environmental education programs at the main park.
Directions: Main Park Entrance,
Drive north out of Saratoga Springs on Route 9, which runs parallel with I-87. Continue on Route 9 for 12 miles until the road turns west toward I-87 and South Glens Falls. Make a left onto Old Saratoga Road. Continue on Old Saratoga Road past Mountain Road to the park entrance on the right.