New York & New Jersey: A Guide to the State & National Parks by Barbara Sinotte
By Barbara Sinotte
A part of a chain of publications to the USA country and nationwide Parks, this identify covers ny and New Jersey.
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And camping opportunities are limitless! General Information Three types of passes are available to park visitors: Golden Park Pass: New York State residents age 62 years or older may obtain a Golden Park Pass, which permits free admittance to state parks and a 50% reduction for most activities within the parks. The pass may be used Monday through Friday, but does not apply on holidays. Free passes can be obtained at most state parks and regional offices and from county offices of the New York State Office for the Aging by presenting proof of age and residency.
Easy access and convenient parking at trail heads make these paths popular with hikers. Permits, available from DEC, are necessary on these trails when you stay more than four nights in one location or travel in groups of 10 or more. Free trail maps are available for the following areas: Northville-Lake Placid, Moose River Recreation, Schroon Lake Region, Cranberry Lake Region, High Peaks, Catskill, Old Forge-Big Moose, Lake George, and Blue Mountain Lake. For more information, contact the sources below.
It was established after the action of September 19 and was the center of British command and camp life between the two battles. Burgoyne chose the location because of a nearby spring. The Great Redoubt: This redoubt was a system of fortifications built by the British on this hill and two others to the north. It was designed to guard their hospital, artillery park, and supplies on the river flat, and the boat bridge across the Hudson. Burgoyne withdrew his army to this vicinity during the night of October 7.