Adirondack Interpretive Center
- Newcomb Campus
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With both our indoor and outdoor facilities, we have everything you need to make the most out of your visit!
The AIC Building
Inside the AIC building, we have an array of exhibits, props and publications that allow you to explore the natural and cultural history of the Adirondacks. In our newly renovated Northern Forest Room (expected completion date: January 2015), you can:
- Sit back and enjoy the birds at the feeders through our oversized plate-glass windows.
- Discover the various wildlife communities found in the Northern Forest.
- Learn about the natural resources that define the Northern Forest and our past, current and future use of the forest.
The Great Outdoors
Outside, our facilities include our 3.6 mile trail system. Choose your path and discover the beauty of the Adirondacks!
We also have a beautiful picnic area where you can enjoy your lunch and the company of your family and friends.
Beyond the AIC
As part of SUNY-ESF’s Newcomb Campus, the AIC and its programs take advantage of several facilities on the campus. They include:
*Note: These facilities are closed to the general public, unless accompanied or approved by staff for programming, planned visits, etc.