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Adirondack Park For The Disabled


One of the great finds in the Adirondacks–which is just full of places to see animals–was the John Dillon Park. International Paper started it a few years ago to be accessible to people with disabilities, but it’s open to everyone.
The park is really amazing in that the grounds are kept very natural, not manicured, but the trails are all wide, smooth and easy to enjoy. Best of all was the staff, who were completely enthusiastic about finding all visitors something they would enjoy doing.
We took a walk down a gentle path to Grampus Lake where we saw a loon family. Along the way a pair of snowshoe hares crossed the path. The Dr. Ellis at the information center set us up with Keith, a forestry student, who gave us a tour of the lake in quiet, gentle electric pontoon.

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