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Middle Saranac Lake A small island, Stony Creek Mountain in the background Location Adirondacks, Franklin County, New York, USA Coordinates 44°15′28.08″N 074°15′56.5194″W / 44.2578°N 74.265699833°W / 44.2578; -74.265699833Coordinates: 44°15′28.08″N 074°15′56.5194″W / 44.2578°N 74.265699833°W / 44.2578; -74.265699833 Primary inflows Upper Saranac Lake Primary outflows Saranac River Basin countries United States Max. length 3.2 mi (5.1 km) Max. width 1 mi (1.6 km) Surface elevation 469 m (1,539 ft) Islands 18 Settlements none Middle Saranac Lake, also called Round Lake, is the smallest of three connected lakes, part of the Saranac River, near the village of Saranac Lake in the Adirondacks in northern New York. Two-thirds of its shoreline is state-owned. The lake is located in the towns of Harrietstown and Santa Clara, in Franklin County. With Upper Saranac Lake and Lower Saranac Lake, a 17-mile paddle with only one carry is possible. Weller Pond, made famous by Martha Reben's The Healing Woods, can be reached via an outlet of Hungry Bay on the north shore. The Saranac Lake Islands Public Campground provides 87 campsites on Middle and Lower Saranac Lake. Contents 1 History 2 See also 3 External links 4 Sources History Prior to the development of railroads and the automobile, the Saranac Lakes formed part of an important transportation route in the Adirondacks; one could travel 140 miles across, from Old Forge to Lake Champlain, almost entirely on water. Middle Saranac Lake from Ampersand Mountain, Upper Saranac Lake, upper right, Weller Pond, center right A lean-to at a campsite on Weller Pond near Middle Saranac Lake. See also Adirondacks Upper Saranac Lake Lower Saranac Lake Northern Forest Canoe Trail External links New York State DEC - Camping Information Sources Jamieson, Paul and Morris, Donald, Adirondack Canoe Waters, North Flow, Lake George, NY: Adirondack Mountain Club, 1987. ISBN 0-935272-43-7. This article about a location in Franklin County, New York is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e