Tupper Lake Wild Walk

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The Wild Walk at the Tupper Lake Wild Center is not only home a canopy walk but also to more than 900 live Adirondack animals – including otters, porcupines, owls, snakes and fresh-water fish.

Address: 45 Museum Drive, Tupper Lake NY 12986
Phone: +1 518 359-7800
Website/Email: https://www.wildcenter.org / info@wildcenter.org

Height/Length: 10 meters (30ft) high
Opening date: 2009

Hours: year round, limited hours during off season
Misc info: The Wild Center also maintains other activities on site including native animal encounters and displays as well as other youth science and research programs.
Parking: Free parking available
Hospitality: Restaurant with a variety of snacks, food and snacks, as well as a gift shop on site and readily accessible to all visitors

The Wild Center is located in Tupper Lake. There are numerous lakes and rivers nearby, including nine-mile long Tupper Lake and the Raquette river that runs by the Center’s campus. The town of Tupper Lake has a distinct history of pioneers, loggers, and Adirondack sportsmen. The railway arrived in Tupper in the 1890’s and much of the modern town was built in the boom years that followed. Tupper was the lumber capital of New York in the early 1900’s. You can see the huge site of the giant mill down by the lake shore. Today the site is a public park, and home to local events, including the annual Woodsmen Field Days festival where lumberjack skills are on display every July.