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Make Piercefield Your Home

Schools: Tupper Lake Central School District includes L.P. Quinn Elementary School and Tupper Lake Middle-High School. In addition, students have access to the Franklin-Essex-Hamilton BOCES.

Recreation: Mount Arab fire tower hike, Horseshoe Lake Wild Forest, Massawepie Scout Camp, fishing, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing and more.

Piercefield, New York, founded in 1801, has a rich history rooted in its industrial past, including the largest hydropower dam in the northeast and a thriving maple syrup industry. Despite the closure of the mill in 1933, Piercefield has evolved into a tranquil residential and vacation destination, with its history preserved at the Piercefield Museum. The town is part of the western Adirondacks and offers a variety of hamlets, each with its own charm, surrounded by natural attractions like the Horseshoe Lake Wild Forest and Massawepie Mire. Outdoor enthusiasts flock to Piercefield for its hiking trails, fishing spots, and winter activities, making it an ideal year-round destination for those seeking to immerse themselves in the beauty of the Adirondacks.

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