Tuesday, June 26, 2007

Nice place to visit, never more than now

The Town of Waverly, New York, can't keep quiet about what it has to offer. And we can't blame the Town Council and the residents for wanting to boast.

Waverly is one of just two towns in the Adirondack region -- the other being Port Henry -- that owns and operates a campground.

The St. Regis Falls Scenic Campsite offers its visitors their choice of rustic rental camps and cabins as well as tent space along a breathtaking stretch of the St. Regis River.

The land was once home to mills and factories from the community's rich past, but in 1967 the Town Council received a grant to develop the scenic riverside.

The Town Council is inviting everyone to attend a special event in July to bring together those who built the campground with those who worked there and those who visited there during the past 40 years.
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