Wednesday, April 8, 2020

Adirondack Mountain Reserve places limits on parking

The Adirondack Mountain Reserve (“AMR”) is immediately reducing the parking capacity on its lot located on the southerly end of Ausable Road where it intersects with Route 73 in St. Huberts. This action is being taken by AMR to protect visitors, staff, and the greater community from COVID-19, according to General Manager John R. Schuler.
This reduction will remain in place throughout the duration of the New York State on PAUSE.

The “Lot” design will accommodate a maximum of 28 vehicles. When this limit is reached, violations thereafter will be strictly enforced. It should be noted that there is no parking permitted on the roadside, shoulder, of Ausable Road or on the grounds of the Ausable Club.

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2 Responses

  1. Gottesman Terry says:

    Good for the AMR‼️
    I think the state should limit all of the parking areas to all the hiking trails during this challenging time. It seems a lot of people just don’t get the Stay at Home recommendation.

    It’s time for people to be respectful and mindful that we are experiencing a Pandemic and the mountains are not going anywhere and that infecting people that are of risk and could possibly die is not acting responsibly .

    Stay Safe‼️ Stay Well ‼️Stay Home?

  2. Sandor says:

    God bless you Gottesman.Be safe!

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