Posts Tagged ‘Cranberry Lake Campground’

Tuesday, May 21, 2024

Public invited to comment on plans for playground for Cranberry Lake Campground

cranberry lakeRay Brook – The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) and the Adirondack Park Agency (APA) are holding a joint public comment period to solicit comments for an amendment to the 2016 Cranberry Lake Campground and Day Use Area Unit Management Plan (UMP). The public is invited to submit input on a draft amendment for the construction of a playground.

The amendment will guide siting, construction, and management of a playground within the Cranberry Lake Day-Use Area. The DEC will consider public comments on the management activity as it finalizes the draft amendment.  Concurrently, the APA will accept public comment on the proposal’s conformance to the Adirondack Park State Land Master Plan.

All comments will be accepted until June 17, 2024.

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Thursday, October 13, 2016

Final Cranberry Lake Campground Management Plan Issued

cranberry lakeThe final Unit Management Plan (UMP) for the Cranberry Lake Campground is now available to the public. The UMP will guide the future management of the campground over the next five years.

Cranberry Lake Campground is located at 243 Lone Pine Road in Cranberry Lake, St. Lawrence County. The campground is located in the western part of the Adirondack Park on the northeastern shore of Cranberry Lake, the third-largest body of water in the park. Approximately three-quarters of Cranberry Lake’s shoreline is bounded by Forest Preserve. » Continue Reading.


Thursday, June 16, 2016

DEC Seeks Comments On Cranberry Lake Campground Plan

A kayak on Cranberry LakeDEC is asking the public to review and submit comments on a Draft Unit Management Plan (UMP) for the Cranberry Lake Campground located in St. Lawrence County. The UMP will guide future management of the Campground over the next five years.

The campground is located in the western part of the Adirondack Park on the northeastern shore of Cranberry Lake, the third-largest body of water in the park. Approximately three-quarters of Cranberry Lake’s shoreline is bounded by Forest Preserve. » Continue Reading.