Found within the southwest quadrant of the Adirondack State Park. The hills and dales of this parcel were farmed long ago. As farming declined, fields and pasture gradually reverted back to forest. Scotch pine was planted on -18 acres. Native red spruce and balsam fir forest occupies -124 acres, with remaining 81 acres in abandoned fields and pasture. Pockets of northern hardwoods are found interspersed throughout the softwoods. The clear, cold waters of Fox Brook, a trout stream, traverse the northern portion of the parcel. A new entrance drive provides access across the parcel towards the far eastern boundary. A great opportunity for a family, group of hunters or outdoor enthusiasts to turn this into an outdoor playground, flourishing with wildlife and trees for all to enjoy.
|Middle school: Other - See Remarks|
|School district: Poland|
|Lot acreage is: 223.6500|
|Lot has stream|