Historic Charm and Stunning Views
Nestled in the lush northern foothills of the Adirondacks, St. Regis Falls is a unique hamlet with historic charm. Originally a logging town, this community has kept its forestry roots alive. Named after the beautiful St. Regis waterfalls and overlooking the St. Regis River, there’s no shortage of stunning scenery here. A quick hike up one of many nearby mountains will reward you with a gorgeous view of the Adirondack High Peaks. St. Regis Falls lies within the vast network of charming Adirondack towns, and is easily accessible by a number of roadways. Golfing, hunting, skiing, and a variety of other summer and winter activities are all just a short drive away.
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St. Regis Falls Central School District educates students from grades K-12, serving the local towns of Dickinson, Hopkinton, Lawrence, Santa Clara and Waverly. This public school offers top-tier education and has an excellent student-teacher ratio of 9:1, so you can be sure that your child receives the best possible classroom experience.
St. Regis Falls is a nature lover’s paradise, located in between vast forests and parks. Directly to the west of St. Regis Falls is the expansive Adirondack Park, which encompasses 6 million acres and offers plenty of wilderness to explore. The Adirondack Park boasts 3,000 lakes and ponds, 2,000 miles of hiking trails and 30,000 miles of rivers and streams, perfect for canoeing and kayaking. The 46 tallest mountains within the park are called the Adirondack High Peaks. Mount Marcy is the highest point in the entire state of New York, towering 5,343 feet above the High Peaks Wilderness Area. To the north, St. Regis River State Forest features 929 acres that are perfect for camping, hiking, fishing, hunting and other outdoor activities. To the east, the 12,273-acre Deer River State Forest offers a rustic outdoor experience with rapids, waterfalls, open flat waters and expansive marshes.
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