The Wild Center

So many local attractions!

There are so many awesome activities within a short drive. Saranac Lake has many great shops and restaurants and so does Lake Placid, the home of the 1932 and 1980 Winter Olympics. The Wild Center in Tupper Lake is an amazing Natural History center.

The House and Grounds

Camp Not A Care is a truly amazing location which words and pictures cannot do justice! The cabin has 3 bedrooms and 2 baths on 20 acres, it is nestled between 4 ponds totaling around 100 acres

Yes, this Rainbow Trout was caught in Loon Lake. It's not the norm but was caught 2 coves down from Camp Loony!

Fishing on Loon Lake and Nearby

There is fantastic fishing on Loon Lake and nearby streams. You will catch small-mouth bass, northern pike, a few elusive large-mouth bass, a very rare rainbow trout (on the lake, there are plenty in the streams) and perch.

Lots of shoreline and coves to explore by canoe and kayak.

Canoeing and Kayaking

 The ponds surrounding the camp are private and only you will have access to them. There is a dock and fire pit with Adirondack chairs, the perfect spot to relax and enjoy the amazing views. You also have access to Loon Lake, there is a canoe there for you to use.

Crusher Mountain view

Hiking and Mountain biking

There is basically an unlimited number of places where you can go hiking and mountain biking nearby. Check out the local trails, videos, trail maps and recommendations. Also feel free to comment in this section on your favorite trails.

Loon with babies in tow

Witness Wildlife Galore

The Loons are our favorite wildlife to see and hear but there is so much more to be seen in the region of the Adirondacks; deer, moose, black bear, eagles, ospreys, hawks, kestrels, owls, mergansers, and many more species.