Wilderness Campground at Heart Lake
The Adirondack Mountain Club's Wilderness Campground offers a variety of primitive camping opportunities. The seasonal washhouse is available during the spring, summer, and fall; this facility has men and women's washrooms with showers, toilets, and sinks. During the winter months guests are able to use the facilities in the High Peaks Information Center. All food must be stored inside a vehicle to avoid attracting wildlife. Firewood must be purchased on site to prevent the spread of invasive species.
Our Wilderness Campground Map
can be used to get a feel for the layout of our facilities.Essential Information About Your Stay
There are 32 campsites located in the Wilderness Campground. Each campsite has a fire pit and picnic table. A limited number of sites are large enough to accommodate a pop-up camper or small trailer. A maximum of 6 people and a maximum of 3 tents are allowed per site. These sites are open year-round.
The Wilderness Campground has 16 lean-tos, several are located adjacent to Heart Lake. Lean-tos are a traditional three-sided Adirondack shelter, they offer protection from weather but have the feel of sleeping out in the open. Each lean-to has a fire pit and picnic table.The lean-tos are open year-round.
There are six canvas cabins in the Wilderness Campground, each sleeps six people in three bunk beds. The canvas cabins have mattresses but no pillows or linens are provided. Each canvas cabin has a fire pit and picnic table. They are open from the weekend prior to Memorial Day through Columbus Day.
For reservation inquiries call 518-523-3441 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Protect Our Forests from Insect Invaders
Transporting untreated firewood spreads diseases from insect invaders that kill trees. State regulation prohibits the import of firewood into New York unless it has been kiln dried. The regulation also limits the transportation of untreated firewood to less than 50 miles from its source. Local firewood is available for sale at ADK's Wilderness Campground. Click here
for more information.