Franklin Falls Pond

Franklin Falls Pond is a 439-acre (178 ha), 2.7-mile (4.3 km) long pond created by damming the Saranac River three miles (5 km) northeast of Saranac Lake in the Adirondack Mountains of northern New York State, USA.

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Map: Franklin Falls Pond – Saranac River Campsites

Map: Franklin Falls Pond – Saranac River Campsites

This shows the campsites south-west of the Franklin Falls Pond/Reservoir. The Saranac River at this point is mostly navigable at higher level flows but it is shallow with lots of big boulders and some rapids. You will be hoping in out of your canoe. Most of the campsites can also be accessed by parking on the shoulder of the road and climbing down a steep bank to campsites along the shoreline.