Find your bearings
Whether your idea of camping involves hiking to a remote spot or hooking up water and power and enjoying dinner with neighbors, the Malone region has precisely what your family will love. With a mix of public and private campgrounds, you can enjoy a visit from a loon or take part in social hour. Whatever your style, a camping trip in the Malone region will leave your whole family with warm memories of a crackling fire and gooey s'mores.
While it's more than fine to simply unwind at the campsite, you can also explore the magnificent woods and waters, enjoy dinner and a drink in town, or bring home locally-made souvenirs to commemorate your Adirondack vacation.
Plan for your next warm weather adventure!
Throughout the summer, you'll find farm stands stacked with fresh, locally-grown produce popping up along our roads so make sure to leave room in your pack! Malone is well-known for fishing, and the beautiful lakes of Indian, Titus, and Chateaugay provide picturesque venues for a paddling outing or to wet a line. Hike a nearby trail or take a trip to the VIC for a fun and educational outdoor experience.
Want to try a bit of cold weather camping?
Let the downtown Malone gear shops and stores help you fulfill your food, attire and camping equipment needs. Fall is a great time to camp and enjoy quieter campgrounds and gorgeous scenery.
Plan now for what is sure to be a memorable camping trip in the Malone region!
Leave No Trace
The magic of the Adirondacks is the result of previous generations taking a long view and protecting the mountains, lakes, and rivers within the Blue Line. That tradition continues today as we support and encourage everyone to practice Leave No Trace ethics, which help protect the lands and waters of the Adirondacks.
Leave No Trace Seven Principles