Welcome to the Town of Caroga!
Caroga, home to about 1,200 residents, is located in upstate New
York’s beautiful Adirondack foothills. Come visit and discover the great
outdoors with us. Choose from multiple lakes for boating, swimming,
canoeing, and fishing. Explore mountain trails for hiking,
Wheelerville Bike Trails for mountain biking,
streams for fishing, and woods for hunting. In warm weather, tee off at
our municipal golf course,
enjoy a picnic or dinner at a scenic spot, or sleep under the stars at
Take in some history at the museum or hear some music around town. In
cold weather, go to the snow on your sled, skis, board, or snowshoes. Any
time of the year, bring the whole family and be part of our friendly
small town experience and endless outdoor adventures.
- COVID-19 Health Information and News
- COVID-19 Town Operations News:
The Highway Department
will be paving South Shore Road West Caroga
Tuesday August 18, 2020 from 6:00am to 4:00pm.
The road will be closed for paving.
Paving will start at the end of the road
(the turnaround area)
and proceeding to the east (State Route 10).
Please make sure you have made arrangements
to secure parking and other means of ingress and egress
during this time.
The Highway Department will be working
on South Shore Road East Caroga Lake until the road is completed. We are
starting at the Wheelerville School end. South Shore Road East Caroga
Lake will be closed down to traffic on the Wheelerville School side.
Please enter and exit on County Highway 137 (Beech Ridge Road).
Lane Road stump dump is closed
due to misuse. It is available by appointment only:
Allen Farber and Dick Loomis have
of Barbara McMartin’s
Caroga: An Adirondack Town Recalls Its Past
with new typesetting, many new images, and many color images.
This volunteer effort was enabled by
- Email your Town Board and Town Clerk
Town of Caroga