Town of Corinth
Corinth is a quaint little town in Saratoga County, Upstate New York. The Hudson River winds peacefully through Corinth, making it a favorite vacation spot for tourists of all seasons looking for a place that has swimming, boating, fishing, waterskiing, beautiful fall foliage, snow skiing, snowshoeing, and much more all centrally located.
Actually Corinth is the snowshoe capital of the world.
In 1810 there were between thirty and forty sawmills in town. Corinth was founded in 1818. The population in 1875 was 1659. It is today 6,245.
In the extreme southwestern corner of Corinth is the famous Mount McGregor, Where Gen. Ulysses S. Grant died.
Corinth is located on the banks of the Hudson river, in the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains. The surrounding lakes and streams, and woodlands provide beauty at every turn. We have several small lakes, among the larger being Hunt, Efner and Jenny lakes.
Come enjoy then serenity of Corinth, and still be only 15 minutes from all the fast paced attractions and entertainment offered in neighboring communities of Saratoga, Glens Falls, and Lake George.
We are working towards scenic rail travel from Corinth to North Creek and South to Saratoga Springs. We have Alpine Lake campsites which has well over 1000 sites rented each week to seasonal and singly.
We have restaurants, bed and breakfasts, and friendly faces. Stop by and say Hi!!!