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(Jan. 27, 2011) -- The state Department of Environmental Conservation plans to open a campground in the Adirondacks with 62 handicapped-accessible campsites, complete with accessible bathrooms, showers, trails and beach, stated the Associated Press.

Handicapped-accessible campground coming to Adirondacks

CHESTER, N.Y. — The state Department of Environmental Conservation plans to open a campground in the Adirondacks with 62 handicapped-accessible campsites, complete with accessible bathrooms, showers, trails and beach, stated the Associated Press.

DEC officials say the new facilities, the most handicapped-accessible of its kind in the state, will be open to camping by mid-June at Scaroon Manor on Schroon Lake.

For the complete story from the Associated Press, click here.

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