DEC Campground, trails, & covered tie stalls. 7 miles east of NYS Route 12. The Otter Creek Horse Trails are a series of interlocking horse trails comprising about 65 miles. They are located on both the Independence River Wild Forest Unit of the Adirondack Forest Preserve and on the Independence River and Otter Creek State Forests on the western border of the Adirondack Park in Lewis County.

The trails also provide a great mountain biking experience with a series of old, sandy roads and woods roads that wind along spirea flats, wooded areas, and picturesque ponds. It is a varied and scenic terrain as you follow a number of creeks as well as the beautiful Independence River. The riding is fairly easy – mostly flat to rolling with an occasional climb over a ridge.