Newcomb is home to the Great Camp Santanoni Preserve, the Essex Chain Lakes, and the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry’s very own Adirondack Interpretive Center.   When you arrive in Newcomb you will be hosted to the Lake Harris Lodge and the Newcomb Café our two local dining establishments. Other amenities are superb clean air, awesome views, and outdoor activities for each season and level of adventure. Noise free, pollution free, minimal traffic, lots of wilderness trails, lakes, rivers, abundant wildlife, and even our Municipal owned, High Peaks Golf Course in the midst of it all. The Great Camp Santanoni is where the wealthy Pruyn Family of Albany came to relax and show their friends how to enjoy the Adirondacks in the early 1900s. We also have the Newcomb Historical Museum, a Board of Regents 501.c organization, partially funded by the Town of Newcomb to showcase and educate you on everything regarding Newcomb’s rich history.

Newcomb is a small, historic Adirondack town with wide open wilderness spaces and experiences waiting to happen. We are a great place to live or play in the brisk clean air in the High Peaks Region of the Adirondack Park. We have a rich history of miners, loggers, frontiersmen, and famous guides. Many families have remained and built livelihoods here for almost two centuries.

We have a fantastic school rich with international friends. The corridor boasts its diversity with the flags and names of students who have attended and remain forever-friends. Newcomb Central School offers a great program for advancing students to graduate High School with a two-year jump on their college education.

Newcomb has both Verizon and AT&T Cellular Service and 100% Community Broad Band through SLIC Network Solutions and Frontier Communications.

So come on up to “Experience Newcomb” and stay for a while. You’ll create memories of adventures your family will long to repeat.