Lewey Lake State Campground

Lewey Lake State Campground


Peaceful, secluded, wooded campsites located on the water. Offering 197 campsites, a swimming beach and a boat launch, Lewey Lake Campground is a true Adirondack "get away from it all" campground.


Picnic area with tables and fireplaces, restrooms with separate shower building, all of which have some facilities designated as accessible for the mobility impaired. A trailer dump station, a recycling center, a sand beach, a swimming area, a bathhouse, boat launches on Lewey Lake and Indian Lake, and many nearby hiking trails.

Boating and Fishing

Motor boats are permitted (please note that smaller boats are recommended as the lake is shallow), rowboats, and canoes are permitted. Visitors enjoy fishing for sunfish, yellow perch, white sucker, brown bullhead, lake trout, lake whitefish, rock bass, northern pike, and smallmouth bass.

Additional Information

Lewey Lake Campground is a quarter mile (and across Route 30) from Indian Lake Islands Campground.


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