One of the things we are allowed to do during the coronavirus pandemic is to enjoy the beautiful nature around us. We are lucky because we are surrounded by the Adirondacks and near the Catskills but the state wants you to clean up after yourself.
The Adirondacks and the surrounding areas here in New York state are known for camping. Since the coronavirus pandemic, the camping season has been up in the air. Slowly, the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) is starting to open certain campgrounds. Here's what's open and here…
Somebody in the Adirondacks took a video of a huge feline, the only problem is they can't tell if it's a bobcat or a mountain lion. One of them is native to the mountains and one of them is extinct, you can help figure out which it is.
A few weeks ago my family and I went glamping at the new Frontier Town. The New York State Parks took over the land and made it into a functional campground. I was so impressed with what they did with the old Frontier Town.