Moose River Plains Wild Forest

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The Moose River Plains Wild Forest is a 50,000-acre (200 km2) forest in Adirondack Park, which is in the Hamilton and Herkimer counties in the U.S. state of New York. It is designated a Wild Forest by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation.

Rivers and lakes[change | change source]

  • Red River
  • Brook Trout Lake
  • Cobblestone Creek
  • Mountain Lake Outlet
  • Horn Lake Outlet
  • Ice Cave Mountain Outlet
  • Benedict Brook
  • Muskrat Creek
  • Silver Run
  • Otter Brook
  • Twin Lakes Outlet
  • Black River
  • Moose River
  • Cedar River Flow
  • Mitchell Ponds
  • Lost Ponds
  • Twin Lakes
  • Icehouse Pond
  • Helldiver Pond
  • Beaver Lake
  • Squaw Lake
  • Balsam Lake
  • Stink Lake
  • Mountain Lake
  • Monument Lake
  • Snyder Lake
  • Horn Lake