Photos by Valerie White and Eric Williams-Bergen

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The Friends of Higley Flow State Park is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to supporting a dynamic state park, located in the North Country of Northern New York.

Ski Report

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Ski conditions are just about perfect. We don’t anticipate grooming today because you can’t improve perfection.  Ben Yandeau will be your host for skiing tonight until 8:00P.M. It should be the best evening of the season! There is a small pair of children’s strap on skis by the ski rack at the lodge and a brownish, size medium,…
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Park hours & Location

Visit the Park

Admission: FREE during ski season
Lodge Open Daily: 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Park Hours: 8:00 AM – Sunset
Snacks and Beverages:  We will be stocking the refrigerator and snacks.

skier in forest
Photo by David Sommerstein

Please Keep Dogs on Leash

Unleased dogs are against Park and Town regulations and laws.  You can be ticketed.

This is a touchy subject because we all love our pets and think that they are exceptional members of our families deserving special privileges but an issue has come up multiple times to the point that it needs to be addressed.

Leashed dogs are welcome at the Park and owners are to be commended for keeping the trails poop free.  

There is something joyous about seeing a dog run free and happy, but the Park is not the place for that. Skiers have expressed issues with unleashed dogs. 

Additionally, unleashed pets may stray and pick up a deer scent, follow, and become a missing pet.  Animals can be oblivious to skiers and may cause injury by hitting people or appearing in the middle of a track on a downhill, causing falls.  We have a lot of little children at the Park now. An exuberant unleashed dog running around the lodge area can frighten and knock down little ones. 

Let’s all follow the rules and make sure that dogs continue to be welcome.

skier with dog on leash
Skijoring. Photo by Brad Taylor