Day Trips With a Splash: Northeastern Swimming Holes|
Two swimming holes along a fishermanís trail on Johns Brook in Adirondack State Park. The upper is the more attractive, the lower is longer and deeper. At the top, a rocky cascade achieves some depth where the current strikes a truck sized boulder fallen into the stream. It creates a sweet spot six to ten feet deep thatís about the size of a dinner table. Excellent. Rock on the south side is 15 feet high. The north side has a big block of rock also, but itís much less vegetated and closer to water level. A good place to enter and exit or to enjoy the sun.
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