Why The Largest Natural Lake In The Adirondacks Belongs On Your Bucket List
The local stores may be putting out school supplies and shoving fall-themed candles and decorations in our face, but that doesn’t mean we’re quite ready to let go over summer just yet. Especially between the months of June and September, you can find plenty of our residents hanging out by the water and enjoying New York’s scenery. With 3,000 lakes and ponds tucked inside the Adirondack Park, we all have our favorite body of water to visit in this region. But as a New Yorker, can you say that you know which one is actually the largest natural lake in the park?
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