Located in the southern portion of the Adirondacks, The Sacandaga State Campground area has splendid scenery of both the east and west branches of the Sacandaga River meeting at this point.
- 143 campsites (some designated as accessible for the mobility impaired)
- Picnic area with tables and fireplaces (some designated as accessible for the mobility impaired)
- Hot showers/flush toilets (some designated as accessible for the mobility impaired)
- Firewood sales
- Trailer dump station and recycling center
- Pay phone
Boating and fishing
This facility does not have a boat launching site, as the river is not suitable for navigation by normal sized boats. However, during periods of high or "white" water, usually in the spring, the river is used by kayakers and canoeists between the hamlets of Wells and Northville. Boat launch, boating, and canoeing are available on nearby Lake Algonquin. Fish in the area include: brown trout, rainbow trout, brook trout, walleye, and smallmouth bass.