In the late 1800s and early 1900s, extensive logging was done in Stony Creek, but after many of the hemlock trees were taken out, the old logging camps closed; after World War II, these camps found new lives as dude ranches that brought a sense of the Wild West to the edge of the Adirondack wilderness.
Latitude: 43.445578 Longitude: -73.8614039 Elevation: 580 ft
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