Brant Lake is an unincorporated hamlet located in the town of Horicon in Warren County, New York. It is not a census designated place. The hamlet is mainly traversed by NY Route 8, having its own exit from the Adirondack Northway, and Palisades Road. The village center is located to the south of Brant Lake, the lake for which the village is named. On the sides of the lake and towards the north end of the lake are summer homes and summer camps including Pilgrim Camp, Point O' Pines, Brant Lake Camp and several others. To the far north end are picturesque farms and the 1000-acre Curtis S. Read Scout Reservation, owned by the Westchester-Putnam Council of Hawthorne, New York.

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