Siamese Ponds

4.610 Votes
  • Address: Hwy 8, North Creek, NY 12853, USA, United States
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  • Phone: +1-5186231200
  • Tags: Forest, Hiking Trail, Family And Kids

Spread across approximately 114,010 acres of Forest Preserve lands, the Siamese Ponds Wilderness is a popular hiking destination in North Creek. Boasting of a small sand beach at the northern end, this area is also famous for picnicking, swimming and camping! From easy to moderately difficult and difficult trails, this hiking area is perfect for novice as well as expert hikers. The dense vegetation, the panoramic views, and the pleasant weather ensure that everyone has a good time in this area!

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  • Siamese Ponds Address: Hwy 8, North Creek, NY 12853, USA, United States
  • Siamese Ponds Contact Number: +1-5186231200
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  • 66.67% of people who visit North Creek include Siamese Ponds in their plan

  • 33.33% of people start their Siamese Ponds visit around 3 PM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Siamese Ponds

Monday and Sunday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Siamese Ponds

People normally club together Bird Pond Properties and North Creek Seventh Day Advnst while planning their visit to Siamese Ponds.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Siamese Ponds Reviews & Ratings

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  • Absolutely beautiful and very peaceful. Saw a couple of people on the way in and a few on the way out, but I had solitude while hiking.

  • Great time to drive the trails and take in the beauty. On trail was unpassable however i saw a sign that was placed there to warn others that someone moved, so I moved it back to block the unpassdable trail. Happy Trails to you!!!

  • Beautiful place. It was so relaxing

  • A nice wild place to hike and explore. The Eleventh Mountain and Thirteenth Lake trail heads are the most popular other areas are less used.

  • Pretty area with lovely hikes to wilderness ponds.

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