$1 Million Wetland Restoration Project at Lake George Escape Campground
Posted: 9/30/2020 - 2-minute Read
Lake George Escape, one of our campground members in the Lake George region just completed a project that will help preserve local wetlands.
This $1 million wetland remediation project restored and enhanced wetlands throughout the approximately 175-acre campground.
The restoration is part of a large stream and wetland complex in and around Lake George Escape on the shores of the beautiful Schroon River.
The restoration project included an overhaul of natural habitats, the replacement of bridges, a significant number of plantings around the shoreline and a back-to-nature experience around the Schroon River. The parkwide wetland restoration and remediation project will also provide kayaking and fishing opportunities to outdoor nature enthusiasts.
We had a great time celebrating with a ribbon cutting in September.
They are accepting reservations through Columbus Day Weekend and have some beautiful brand new cabins we toured as well.
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