William C Whitney Headquarters Rd

Long Lake, NY 12847





According to the agency website: "The 19,500-acre William C. Whitney Wilderness and the 11,430-acre Round Lake Wilderness Area are part of the Adirondack Forest Preserve. The two wildernesses are separated by the Sabattis Road. Combined, the wildernesses comprise more than 30,000 acres of numerous flat, low lying lands adjacent to low, rolling hills with only a few mountain summits exceeding 2,100 feet, including 2,170-foot high Mt. Frederica. Water is the main feature of the wildernesses. There are four larger water bodies - 2,300-acre Little Tupper Lake, 1,400-acre Lake Lila, 740-acre Round Lake and 282-acre Rock Pond; a number of smaller water bodies and many miles of streams connecting them.

Trail Information for the Northern Adirondacks provides general information regarding backcountry and seasonal conditions; specific notices regarding closures and conditions of trails, roads, bridges and other infrastructure; and links to weather, state land use regulations, low impact recreation and more.

A number of accessible features for people with mobility disabilities are located at the DEC Little Tupper Lake (Whitney) Headquarters site. These include accessible parking, accessible restrooms and an accessible walkway to the docks and boathouse. A floating aluminum dock inside the boathouse allows people with mobility disabilities to board canoes or kayaks.

Directions: Little Tupper Lake (Whitney) Headquarters is off the Sabbattis Road, the entrance road is on the left. A hand boat launch and accessible restrooms are located here. (44.04953°N, 74.58306°W) Google Map."


Department Of Environmental Conservation Accessible Recreation Destination


Canoeing, Kayaking, Camping, Fishing, Wildlife Observation