Click the link above for downloadable maps of snowmobile trails in the Inlet/Old Forge area.
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a.k.a. known as the Moose River Recreation Area (MRRA)
Part of the Moose River Plains Wild Forest, the 50,000 acre MRRA is remote yet accessible with over 40 miles of gravel roads, numerous trails, lakes and ponds and 140 primitive campsites with picnic tables, fireplaces and privies. Camping is free of charge, no reservations, first come basis, entrance is located off the Limekiln Road, approximately 2 miles from Route 28.
Trail maps are available here and at the Inlet Information Office.
Inlet, NY 13360
Paddlers venture from all over the Northeast to explore the waterways in the Inlet area. The Fulton Chain of Lakes provides for day trips or overnight excursions and Brown’s Tract Ponds also offer nice paddling. Venturing north or south there are limitless opportunities for paddlers. Local marinas, outfitters and guides are happy to answer any questions for you and help you on a journey, small or extensive.
Inlet is a hiker’s paradise. The West Central Adirondacks boasts many miles of varied trails, ranging from short and easy, to all day climbs, bog hikes on floating boardwalks, and short strolls amid centuries old White Pines. An avid hiker could find enough trails and hikes within a few miles of downtown Inlet to fill up months of explorations. It is best to plan all hikes based on your ability and to let others know of your trip. Day packs and dress should be appropriate for the hike chosen.
This relaxing or challenging recreational sport can be enjoyed by all abilities in many locations throughout the Inlet area. Trail maps are available here and at the Inlet Information Office.
Inlet alternates with Indian Lake as the start & finish points for the legendary Black Fly Challenge Mountain Bike Race, held annually on the second Saturday in June. Check out the Black Fly Challenge website for more info.
Another great resource for mountain biking and cycling in the Adirondacks is ANCA’s Bike the Byways website.
Inlet is on the cutting edge for traditional and skate skiing, offering miles of free groomed trails at Fern Park, Inlet Golf Club and Limekiln Lake Campground. Fern Park has 22 kilometers of marked, groomed trails with some challenging climbs and descents, 2 kilometers of which are lighted ’til 10:00p.m. for night skiing.