Raquette River Wetlands
RRBC’s access point is located on the second longest river in New York State between the villages of Tupper and Long Lake. The Raquette River flows through three counties and past or through some 16 towns and villages before emptying into the Saint Lawrence Seaway in Franklin County at the Mohawk Reservation.
Located in the heart of the Raquette River Wetlands, one of the largest contiguous wetland complexes in the Adirondacks. It's 48,000 plus acres of river and marsh habitat, home of Bald Eagles, Ospreys, Otters, Beaver and Muskrats.
Through the Raquette River corridor you can access hundreds of square miles of state forestland that is open to the public for hiking, hunting, bird watching and many other forms of recreation.
RRBC is also located in Section 1 of the Northern Forest Canoe Trail, a 740-mile water route extending from Old Forge in the Adirondack Park to Fort Kent, Maine.