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(Photo courtesy of Hadley-Luzerne Historical Society)
Hadley sits at the confluence of the mighty Hudson River and the Sacandaga River. In this aerial view of Hadley (left) and its sister town Lake Luzerne (right) the bridge that is seen spans the Hudson River Gorge. The Gorge is the narrowest point of the Hudson River. Standing on the bridge, you can feel the power of the water as it rushes below you, cascading over the giant boulders and past the old factory ruins to where the Sacandaga merges with it. The railroad bridge and the Bow Bridge are just out of the picture on the left. Color movie of gorge.(784KB) (Taken in Spring 2000)
The Town of Hadley originated February 27, 1801 from the Towns of Greenfield and Northumberland, and comprised the present towns of Hadley, Corinth and a portion of Day. In 1819 It was reduced to its present size.The Town Hall (seen right) was originally erected in 1931, and has been enlarged and renovated in 1998. Hadley is celebrating its bicentennial in the year 2001.

(Photo courtesy
Sue Wilder)

(Photo courtesy
Carolyn Weiss)
Stewart’s Dam on the Sacandaga River holds back the Stewart Bridge Reservoir, one of the largest reservoirs in America to be contained by a earthen dam. Farther upstream is the Conklingville Dam which creates the Great Sacandaga Lake.

(Photo courtesy
Walter McNeill)
 The Conklingville Dam holds back the Great Sacandaga Lake (in the Town of Day) which has a 129 mile perimeter. Boating, fishing, swimming and water sports are favorite summer fun activities. Many summer rentals of homes and boats are available. This picture was taken in late May of 2000 from an overlook on County Route 4.
Hunting in the Adirondack Mountains has been a tradition for over a century. Here a group from the not-so-distant past seems to have had good luck in deer hunting season. In big game season you can hunt deer or bear, and in small game season you can hunt turkey or rabbit. There is a bow and arrow season also.

(Photo courtesy of Hadley-Luzerne Historical Society)
Built in 1885 to replace an 1813 wooden covered bridge that burned, the Parabolic Bridge, better known as the Bow Bridge is one of three iron lenticular truss bridges built in New York state. It is the only one left standing. It was placed on the National Registry of Historic Sites in 1977. Although the deck has been removed and the bridge is currently closed to traffic, plans were underway to restore the bridge. A new deck and an additional support system has renewed the bridge. It will open to one-way traffic in late August 2006.

Bow Bridge

(Photo courtesy of Hadley-Luzerne Historical Society)

Bow Bridge refurbishing nearly finished
(August 2006)

(Photo courtesy of Hadley-Luzerne Historical Society)
High atop Hadley Mountain sits the Hadley Fire Tower. It’s a good hike to get there and lots of fun. Go with a guide and get a card that proclaims: I climbed Hadley Mountain!


Here are some links and e-mail addresses to our good friends from the Hadley, Corinth, Day, Lake George, Lake Luzerne, Warrensburg, Saratoga Springs and Ballston Spa area:

Chicken Coop Forge: Lake Luzerne, handmade metal objects made to order
Cleveland Brothers Landscaping: Corinth
Greenhaven Resort: Lake George, email:
Hudson River Credit Union: Corinth
Jay Gilbert Coins & Trains: Hadley, e-mail:
LaGrasse Massage: Stony Creek, e-mail

Lake Luzerne Motel: Lake Luzerne: e-mail:
LaMarco Physical Therapy, P.C. : Ballston Spa
Lamplight Inn Bed & Breakfast: Lake Luzerne, email:

MARS: Corinth, Bleacher sales and service: e-mail:
My Brother’s Keeper Quilt Group: Hop Bottom, Pa.: Sleeping bags for the homeless: e-mail:

North Country Bowtie: Hadley, 55-56-57 Chevy Parts: e-mail
Painted Pony Rodeo Lake Luzerne, real rodeos
Peniel Bible Camp: Lake Luzerne, A center for prayer and renewal: e-mail:

Pine Meadow Farm: Ballston Spa, Dressage and trail riding: e-mail
Ralph Kylloe Rustic Design: Lake George, Rustic furniture and antiques: e-mail
Sacandaga Rustic Designs: Town of Day: e-mail
Stewarts Pond Campsite: Hadley
Stony Creek Family Campground: Stony Creek
Whispering Pines Cottages: Lake Luzerne, e-mail: