The 186-acre Corinth Forest is a northern Saratoga County property with close proximity to the Great Sacandaga Lake / Glens Falls region and Saratoga Springs. Corinth is the gateway to the southern Adirondacks. Highlights include long mountain views to Vermont, good ATV trail network and paved road frontage with utilities.
The 186-acre Corinth Forest enjoys a convenient northern Saratoga County location at the gateway to the Great Sacandaga Lake and Adirondack Regions. The property is situated just outside the village of Corinth (population 6,500) along West Mountain, a prominent landmark overlooking the nearby Hudson River. The surrounding neighborhood is a mosaic of year-round homes, pine and hardwood forests, state lands and weekend residences.
The property has 835 feet of year-round paved road frontage with utilities along County Route 10 – a connector between the village of Corinth and the Great Sacandaga Lake’s south shore community. There’s a cabled-entry point spur along the road frontage that was used as a log landing when the property was harvested a few years ago. This could be easily upgraded into a driveway to support future home site options or rural subdivision in this vicinity.
Some properties are all about the character of the land itself. This property has significant topographical character in terms of its long-range views, interesting rock formations and varied terrain. Highlights include an incredible ledge face for rock climbing, a small mountain stream with a nice waterfall, a scenic overlook toward the Hudson River and a young forest with plenty of wildlife, rocks and hills to explore.