Old Forge

Old Forge is a village in the Adirondacks.

Understand

Old Forge souvenir village in 1973

Old Forge (population 1580) is a formerly-incorporated village in the southwestern corner of Adirondack Park, serving as point of entry to the park from a large area of Central New York. An Adirondack ski resort known for its lake-effect snow, the tiny village holds one of the records for the lowest winter temperatures in New York, at -52 °F (-46 °C) on February 17, 1979.

Get in

From Herkimer, take NY 28 northbound. To pick up NY 28 from Utica-Rome use NY 12 northbound (from Utica and I-90) or NY 365 (Rome).

Get around

A car would be the best way to get around, but there are scenic railroad rides and cruises for seeing the area in depth.

By boat

By train

By snowmobile

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Routes through Old Forge

Oneonta Herkimer  S  E  Warrensburg END


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