This was an unexpected yet pleasant addition to our daytrip to the Adirondacks. This cemetery seems just about forgotten; some stones are starting to be reclaimed by the woods. Many of the graves are of Civil War veterans. The graves are guarded by a few large and ominous looking trees.
It’s about a half mile hike from the road to the cemetery. Part of the “trail” is actually a stream bed. We came across the ruins of a stone bridge which has had a replacement wooden bridge built over it; that one is falling apart as well.