About Cranberry Lake Campground
Cranberry Lake is one of the largest under developed lakes in the Adirondacks and is great for a quieter waterside camping experience.
Cranberry Lake Campground is locate in the Adirondacks west of Tupper Lake.
Cranberry offers 173 campsites, of which 34 are directly on the water, 167 are reservable. There are NO electric sites.
Motor boats are allowed, for boating or fishing; canoe rentals are available. A variety of trails are ideal for hiking. Swim or picknic at the beach.
- Located west of Tupper Lake in the Adirondack Park of upstate NY
- 173 sites, 167 are reservable, 34 are directly on the water
- all sites are non-electric
- one of the quieter DEC campgrounds, fairly private sites
- 15 miles of hiking trails, large lake for boating, paddling and swimming
Nightly camping fee $20 (all sites)
Out of state patrons surcharge $5/night
Camping Season Dates
Fri May 20, 2016 thru Sun Oct 9, 2016
Fri May 19, 2017 thru Sun Oct 8, 2017
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Cranberry Lake Lake Site 20 (8 photos)
Trailer preferred, max 20 foot. Non-electric site. This site is NOT on water.
Cranberry Lake Site 20 - Looking at Site from Road Sign Visible (20130509)
Cranberry Lake Site 20 - Looking at Site from Road (20130509)
Cranberry Lake Site 20 - Looking at Site from Part Way In (20130509)
Cranberry Lake Site 20 - Cross Site View (20130509)
Cranberry Lake Site 20 - Fireplace View (20130509)
Cranberry Lake Site 20 - Pathway Down to Water (20130509)
Cranberry Lake Site 20 - Looking Back Towards Road (20130509)
Cranberry Lake Site 20 - Washroom Across the Road (20130509)
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