Axton Landing

State Forest

2 Reviews
Corey's Road Tupper Lake, NY 12986 518-897-1200 Official Website

GPS: 44.2039, -74.3259

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Overview of Axton Landing

Accessibility is not guaranteed, always scout ahead before driving down dirt roads.
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You may stay up to 3 days without a permit, and up to 14 days with a permit from a forest ranger

Number of Sites 1

Elevation 1578 ft

Max Stay 14

Tent Camping Yes

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Ratings Summary

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Cell Phone Coverage

2bars
AT&T 4G/LTE
Confirmed by 1 User
Last reported 5/22/2019
1 review
“Great Spots”

Reviewed 5/22/2019

Nightly rate: FREE!
Days stayed: 2
Overall Rating

We are traveling in our 22 ft RV. Axton Landing has several great sites for tents and vans. We were able to squeeze down the road and find a spot, but we hit a lot of branches along the way. We didn’t stay the night because a storm was coming and we didn’t want to risk the road being impassable in the morning. For RVs and campers, head down Corey, past Axton Landing Road about 1 mile, you will cross a small bridge across Stoney Creek and on the left there is a nice site big enough for an RV, with a fire pit and privy. The site is right off the main road, but there is not a lot of traffic. There is a really nice trail near the site that goes to Raquette Falls, and plenty of space to drop in a kayak.

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2bars
AT&T 4G/LTE

G&M would stay here again

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NY Taxa Cricket
1 review
“Great Spot Near the Water”

Reviewed 2/5/2019

Nightly rate: FREE!
Days stayed: 3
Site Number: N/A
Overall Rating

Firstly, Axton Landing is on Corey's Road and is a launch site on the Raquette River. It also has campsites in a field near the launch. It is very nice - best for camping with friends since the sites are not separated. As you continue down Corey's Road you'll find several sites that can accommodate most any rig. The road is unpaved but well maintained. The sites are not numbered.
I am reviewing a site a little further down Corey's Road. About a mile after the turn-off for Axton Landing you'll cross Stony Creek. Immediately after crossing there is a great site on the left. This is a great place to camp. It is quiet, you can launch your canoe or kayak at the bridge and hiking trails are nearby. There is also a privy in the woods across the road. For hiking you can enjoy the trails that go along the Raquette River - the hike to Raquette Falls is really nice. If you're looking for a more challenging hike the trailhead to the Seward Range is 3-miles further down Corey's Road. Paddling is also awesome here. You can paddle the Raquette River or paddle Stony Creek to Stony Creek Pond. Cell service is weak at best. This is just a great place to spend time!

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