3 Birches, tucked in among the trees and pines, is just splendid for families. With the kitchen, living area and outside deck in the middle. It’s perfect for Two families. Board games and, puzzles are available. Yes There is Full Screen TV and Free Wifi for those who must stay connected to the outside world.
There are 25 miles of lakes, ponds with shorelines deemed forever wild. Fishing is just awesome. 3 connected lakes. Largemouth, smallmouth , walleye, pike, rock bass, sunnies, trout….
On the other side of the cabin lies a walkway that leads up to the old rail line. Perfect for a walking, biking, catepillar hunting, blue berry picking… In the winter: snowmobiling, cross country skiing, snowshoeing and more. We are along side corridor #7. Over 300 miles of amazing scenery.
If snowmobiling is your thing. We are located on the main corridor #7, alongside 300 Adirondack snowmobile trail systems with extensive grooming. We welcome all snowmobiliers, skiers, and snowshoers. Come explore the scenic trails that lead through some of the most pristine areas of the Adirondack Mountains .
Want to go in and check out the towns? There are wonderful restaurants and stores to visit in Saranac Lake and Lake Placid, home to the 1932 and 1980 Olympics.
Weekly attractions and events are found for both adults and children. A 5-10 minute drive will bring you to the Six Nations Indian Museum in Onchiota, home to over 3000 artifacts from the Six Nations (Cayuga, Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Seneca, and Tuscarora) Iroquois Confederacy. In the opposite direction, a few miles away, Paul Smiths, is the Visitors Interpretive Center (VIC). A Natural history museum that does a great job connecting recreation, education, and the arts, naturally. Just as the rail line offers right outside our door. There are many trails to hike on, snowshoe or cross country ski. And if you want more. Plan a day to go to The Wild Center in Tupper Lake. Another Natural Museum of the Adirondacks. Explore The Wild Center, Connect with nature through their guided paddling trips, and explore a 54,000-square-foot museum with live animals and hands-on everything.