The Town of Horicon includes the hamlets of Brant Lake and Adirondack, located east of the Schroon River and easily
accessible from exits 25 and 26 of the Adirondack Northway (I-87). Once a sleepy country town, Horicon is being discovered as one of nature's little gems.
Autumn on the Mill Pond
Brant Lake, Schroon Lake, Schroon River and a myriad of quiet ponds and creeks are accessible by public boat launches and winding country roads. Quaint general stores are located in both hamlets, along with public beaches. The picturesque Mill Pond in Brant Lake is the perfect spot for a stroll or picnic.
Fishing from a boat, bridge, shoreline or the middle of a stream should satisfy any angler. Hike trails to quiet ponds or into the Pharoah Lake Wilderness to camp, canoe, kayak or just commune with the wonder of nature. Winter brings ice fishing, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing or snowmobiling on well-groomed trails.
The pace may be a little slower sometimes, but that's the way we like it, and doesn't that sound like just what you're looking for?
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