Serene and quiet. We did some nice kayaking. Hung out with a pair of beautifully sounding Loons at sunset.
We stayed at Lake Harris Campground for three days. We reserved site 54 which had a level dirt pad for the tent and a pretty long drive way. The firepit did not have a grate like the others, but that was ok because we had our MSR. The bathroom facilities had individual shower rooms that were filled with mosquitoes (shower quickly). We didn't have to wait to shower which was nice. At the time of our visit only one of the two sinks worked in the women's bathroom
The campground is on a large lake which connects to the Hudson River and other lakes. The campground rents out canoes for a 24 hr period. If you want to rents kayaks or paddleboards make your way to Cloud Splitter which is on the main road in Newcomb.
There are plenty of good hiking.trails nearby. We hiked My. Goodnow which was recommended by the owner of Cloud Splitter. My. Goodnow has a firepower on top of the mountain and the views are amazing (see photo below.) We will be back to this region next year.