Name that Place: Day 2

Can you name this island? Hint: It’s located on one of the most scenic lakes in the Adirondacks, and the island itself has rarely ever been visited by humans due to its protected status.

Each day this week we’re posting a photo of a “mystery location.”

Let us know where it is by leaving a comment in that post. Come back each day for the answer and a new photo/entry.

At the end of the week, we’ll draw a winner for a grab bag of Adirondack Explorer swag and books by Bill McKibben and Phil Terrie.

As a bonus, the first person who gets all 5 entries correct receives special recognition!

Yesterday’s photo was of Permanent Rapids on the Saranac River in Bloomingdale.

Photo by Mike Lynch/Adirondack Explorer

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  1. MaryE says

    Dome Island, Lake George. Although it isn’t much of a contest when there are already loads of answers posted!

  2. Dan Ling says

    Dome Island. 45 years ago we stopped our canoe here to marvel at the rocky shore and the depth at which we could see into the gorgeous, crystal-clear water. How fortunate we are to live on such a special rock such as this!

  3. Jill says

    Go to Blue Mountain Lake : Rock Island one of the many-BML is a hidden gem tons of places to explore and lots of geo casching

  4. Danielle says

    Oh man, that’s Dome Island, Lake George, NY!! I just came back from a week vacation there and I’ve seen this island before! ❤️

  5. Richard L. Daly says

    Looking South on Lake Champlain,off Willsboro Point NY; one of the Four Brothers and a rookery, bird breeding/nesting ground. Thus, a protected status, i.e. NO (legal) visitors.

  6. Tonja Ware says

    The Island is called Round Island, I know this because I was just there on August 20, 2021 with one of the owners Swanny Seirup and yes it was totally amazing.

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