Located just 10 miles southwest of Plattsburgh, Schuyler Falls is a rural community nestled along the banks of the Salmon River and the Saranac River at the north-end of town.
First settled around 1797, Schuyler Falls is a charming Adirondack Coast town with several historic sites, unique shops, and restaurants to discover.
Visit Schuyler Falls’ Irish Settlement Cemetery, one of the oldest Roman Catholic cemeteries in the area, as well as historic Schuyler Falls Cemetery, where veterans of the American Revolutionary War and War of 1812 are buried.
Hid-In-Pines Vineyard, located five miles north of Schuyler Falls on Soper Street, is an ideal place to stop and sip! One of six local wineries featured on the Adirondack Coast Wine Trail, Hid-In-Pines Vineyard offers tours of its three-acre vineyard and a wide variety of wines from hardy, cold climate grapes.
Travel along Schuyler Falls’ scenic, open roads by bike or car, or take a relaxing stroll near the Salmon River, which runs through the heart of town and flows into Davis Lake at Macomb Reservation State Park. The winding and picturesque Salmon River provides great opportunities for Adirondack Coast fishing and paddling.
Explore Macomb Reservation State Park, located just south of Schuyler Falls, which offers an abundance of Adirondack outdoor sports and activities year-round, including hiking, bird watching, snowshoeing and cross country skiing on its nature trails, boating, swimming and fishing on Davis Lake, fun and picnicking on its sandy beach and much more!
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