Camp Loony is a perfect place for snowmobiling and other winter activities. Camp Loony is just feet from New York State Corridor trail C8. Start from the house and sled through the beautiful wilderness past Rainbow Lake and Lake Clear, to Lake Placid and/or Saranac Lake in an hour. Malone is about an hour north and Tupper Lake about 40 minutes southwest. The corridor trail from Camp Loony connects you to a system of over 10,000 miles of marked and groomed trails. The Adirondacks are a famous destination for snowmobile enthusiasts. Go on an extended trip, travel through historic villages, head out for an afternoon with some friends. There are 10,500 miles of funded snowmobile trails in New York, and (depending on the snow cover), your registration allows you access to every mile. Many riders, who come to enjoy what New York State has to offer, take off in groups and explore the back country where there are well marked trails that take you to snow-covered valleys and scenic vistas. Ice fishing is also great on Loon Lake! Don’t forget Winter Carnival in Saranac Lake and the Olympic Village in Lake Placid.
The garage is large in case you want to park your cars and/or snowmobiles in there. Ski or Board a two time Olympic mountain just 25 miles from Camp Loony! Whiteface Mountain boasts over 283 acres of skiable terrain, 86 trails and 11 lifts. Experience the greatest vertical drop east of the Rockies at one of the Adirondack Mountain’s legendary High Peaks. Whiteface is known for its beautiful panoramic mountain scenery, technical terrain, and award-winning family resort amenities; from beginner bunny trails to challenging expert terrain you will find there is skiing and snowboarding trails for all ages and abilities. Whiteface also offers a complete Terrain Park with jumps, rails, jibs, and a US Air Bag for tricks with a soft landing.