The Town of Clifton is comprised of Cranberry Lake, Newton Falls - including Windfall - and a small portion of Star Lake. The Town itself has much to offer. Located in the beautiful Adirondacks, the Town is surrounded by rivers, lakes and mountains for your enjoyment. This also brings many recreational opportunities, including camping, fishing, kayaking, swimming and more.
The Town of Fine offers the outdoor enthusiast a number of activities, be it spring, summer, fall, or winter. Some of these activities include hiking, mountain biking, cross country skiing, snow shoeing, snowmobiling, riding horseback, or ATV's on many of the designated conservation trails.
Things to Do in Clifton-Fine & Nearby Surrounds
How to Get There: Wanakena is located just off of State Highway 3. From the West – Head on NY – 3E, turn right onto County Rd 61 for 0.9 miles, slight right onto Main Street. From East – Head on NY – 3W, turn left onto County Rd 61 for 0.9 miles, slight right onto Main Street. General Idea If you are looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of life, the quiet Hamlet of Wanakena is your place. Wanakena, rich in history, is located at the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains between Cranberry Lake and Star Lake about a mile off Route 3. Wanaka,…Read More
Where to Eat, Stay, & Play
Where to Shop
Browse through unique, family-owned shops for handcrafted wares and artisan goods.
Where to Eat & Drink
Clifton-Fine has a range of restaurants, eateries, cafes and bars with local and international cuisine options.
Where to Stay
Need a place to stay while visiting Clifton-Fine? Check out these local options!
An attractive college community with a variety of local shops & eateries, a historic business center, two golf courses, lovely parks and museums.
Beautiful scenery and a bounty of natural resources, including the Raquette River and its many lakes and surrounding trails.
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A quaint town with a rich history which is celebrated through historic buildings, museums, statues & festivals.
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