Long Island Campground

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Legend at Long Island Campground tells of a 1960s honeymooning bride and groom who were murdered while they slept. Witnesses claim to have seen a ghostly bride wandering through the campsites.

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Geographic Information

Long Island
Lake George, NY
United States

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43.483419033084864, -73.65505743027825
Warren County, New York
Nearest Towns:
Lake George, NY (4.9 mi.)
Bolton Landing, NY (5.1 mi.)
Warrensburg, NY (6.1 mi.)
Queensbury, NY (7.6 mi.)
Fort Ann, NY (9.7 mi.)
Glens Falls North, NY (10.3 mi.)
Glens Falls, NY (12.0 mi.)
West Glens Falls, NY (12.8 mi.)
South Glens Falls, NY (12.8 mi.)
Hudson Falls, NY (13.1 mi.)


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