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Wilder Homestead near Malone

The NYS Zoo at Thompson Park near Watertown

The rustic style of architecture is evident near Pauls Smiths in the Town of Brighton not far from the Adirondack Trail Scenic Byway

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Town of Brighton

Adirondack Trail, in Franklin County

Paul Smiths, Lower St. Regis Lake, and Rainbow Lake are in the Town of Brighton.

Town of Brighton boasts such historic buildings as the Brighton Town Hall, built by the same man who designed and built Camp Topridge, an Adirondack Great Camp once the summer home of Marjorie Meriwether Post. White Pine Camp is a Great Camp on Osgood Pond that served as the Summer White House for US President Calvin Coolidge during the summer of 1926 and now offers accommodations to the traveling public. Noted for their trout fishing are Grandmas Pond, The Flow, Rainbow Lake and Square Pond.


Paul Smiths


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