Originally dammed to supply water to the Erie Canal, the lake provides a water supply to the greater Utica & New York area.
There is something about the Adirondacks that is an invitation to escape. An opportunity to seek where adventure and the natural world join into the memorable moments that make a truly unforgettable experience.
Did you know the word vacation actually comes from the Adirondacks? People have been escaping to this area for more than a hundred years in the summer to exchange the humid heat of the city for the fresh mountain air. They vacated or fled the city and with that came about the word "vacation."
Visit Gore Mountain this summer, open Thursdays through Sundays all summer long! At Gore Mountain there is something for every member of the family to enjoy. Whether you love hiking, scenic skyrides, mountain biking, or disc golf, Gore Mountain has activities for everyone. Plan a trip to the mountains today!
Our Local Winery In the Adirondacks! Enjoy one of our local favorites, The Prospect Falls Winery. From Campers to Wine Connoisseurs, they have a wine for everyone!
Whether You're Honoring a Special Birthday, Announcement, Reunion or Anniversary, The Kuyahoora Lodge & Resort in The Adirondacks of NY offers endless outdoor activities for the whole family.
Make an afternoon out of your adventure by cruising over to "The Island" located in the center of Hinckley Lake. There are also several streams to explore that join the Lake including The West Canada Creek & The Black Creek.
Looking for a reason to hang that "Gone Fishing" sign on Your door? You're in Luck! Hinckley Lake also offers sport fishing of smallmouth bass, rock bass, black bullhead, pickerel, trout, and yellow perch. Don't let this season be the one that got away!
Tastings & Tours are available year round at Prospect Falls Winery who supplies tasty wine to everyone from campers to connoisseurs, from courageous climbers to curators of cozy comfort. Enjoy charisma & convenience, nestled in the foothills of the Adirondacks near the namesake falls.