The remnants of the ironmaking industrial structures at this site date from the 18th and 19th centuries. Furnaces, casting house ruins, charging areas, ice houses, waterwheels and other structures are a part of the remains.
The area is currently undergoing restoration: one waterwheel has been reconstructed and several houses stabilized. The 'Old Country Store' has been renovated and now houses the Long Pond Ironworks Museum.
Facilities and activities include boating / canoeing (electric motors, gas motors - 10 hp), trailer launch, cartop launch, boat ramps, birding, fishing and hunting. Winter sports include ice fishing and cross-country skiing. Trails accommodate hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding.