|Historic St. Bartholomew's Church|
|Beaver Restoration Plaque|
|Historic Plaque near Parking Area|
|Second Lake, Treasure Island NYSDEC Campground and Day Use Area|
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Whitewater rafters, kayakers, and canoeists all take advantage of the Moose River’s high gradient as it drops out of the mountains for quality recreation.
|Closest Byway:||Central Adirondack Trail|
|Distance from Byway:||on|
|Closest Route #:||State Rt. 28|
|Months Occurring:||may, june, july, august and september|
high water in the spring is most thrilling
|Indoors or Outdoors:||outdoor|
|How to Find:|
The trailhead is located in the town of McKeever, about 10 miles southwest from Old Forge on NY 28 (where it crosses the Moose River).
|URL:||Moose River website|