Private cabins near Tupper Lake

At the crossroads of the Adirondacks, Tupper Lake is perfectly placed for adventures.

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Sterling Pond

1 site · LodgingParishville, NY
The camp was first built in 1905 by Dr. Goldsmith and family. The doctor and his family used the camp for summer vacations. During the winter the camp was rented out as winter hotel for loggers. Ice was harvested from the pond and stored in what is now one of the cabins. When our family bought the place, the hotel was falling down and the buildings were in disrepair. Geoffrey, the family caretaker, has spent the last few years cleaning up the site. All that remains now of the hotel is the chimney while the ice house and caretaker's cabin have been improved and are now ready for visitors. With 840 ft of pond frontage and 4.4 acres you can pitch a tent on the banks of the pond, up in the woods, or stay in one of the two cabins on site -- all are included in the cost of booking! Swimming and boating in the pond is obligatory. Year round fishing has long been a tradition. The spring fed pond is home to large and small mouth bass, northern pike, crappy, and blue gills. There are a number of ponds and state lands nearby. Accommodations include two outhouses and two docks so no waiting. There is a canoe and rowboat available and life jackets. The camp is car accessible three seasons and snowshoe accessible in the winter.  There are summer cottages across the pond but not much happening on our side. Cedar Lodge, the nearest bar/restaurant, is about 5 minutes away and very popular all year round. The closest gas station and convenience store is about 20 minutes in the village of Parishville.
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Adirondack Cabin for Unwinding

1 site · Lodging8 acres · Vermontville, NY
Sleep comfortably in a quaint cabin with easy access to Adirondack hiking, fishing, canoeing, kayaking, hunting and relaxing. Our cabin is tucked away, bordered by NYS Forever Wild land to the south and west and few neighbors to the north and east. Built by a local doctor in 1924, this cabin was his family's summer home. He was also a talented watercolor painter and his original work is displayed throughout. We are only the third owners and we have been enjoying the cabin since the 80's. In the last 30 years we have introduced some creature comforts (hot/cold water, electricity) while maintaining its original charm. In a time where it is so hard to disconnect from the world, we offer a comfy bed, fresh air, starry nights, a fire and no cell service at the cabin. Learn more about this land: Come, sit back, disconnect and relax in our unique cabin in the Adirondack Park. Our 100-year-old cabin comfortably sleeps seven. There are two small private bedrooms: one with a queen and the second with a full bed. The third room is open to the living room and features a bunk bed. Linens, blankets and towels are provided. The kitchen is well stocked with cookware, a full-sized stove, refrigerator, microwave and farmhouse sink with hot and cold running water. The bathroom has a flush toilet, sink and tub with handheld shower. There is a pellet stove (pellets provided) in our kitchen/dining area and a wood stove (wood provided) in the living room. Both bedrooms have thermostat controlled electric heat. The cabin is a true escape: no internet, no telephone and hit or (mostly) miss cell service. There is electricity if you need to recharge a device and there is a great sound system to Bluetooth your tunes. Built by Dr. James Cormier in 1924, our cabin became a summer getaway for his family. He was also an artist and his original watercolors still adorn its walls. We are only the third owners in nearly 100 years and we have been building cherished memories there for decades. We have made improvements to the property while retaining its charm. There is one P/T neighbor who shares our driveway but the property provides privacy. We are adjacent to a NYS Forest Preserve and surrounded by woods. The cabin is a short drive from Lake Placid and Saranac Lake and close to hiking the Adirondacks, canoeing in the St. Regis Canoe Area, close to the Six Nations Indian Museum and an easy drive to the Visitors Interpretive Center at Paul Smith’s College. For the water and fishing enthusiast a 3 minute drive or 10 minute walk brings you to the North Branch of the Saranac River, Rainbow Lake and Lake Kushaqua. Local fishing, and hunting opportunities abound. The cabin’s location also offers history buffs a chance to explore the impact of tuberculosis sanatoriums which served patients from the big cities in the early 20th century. Sites are available to explore within walking distance and a small museum in Saranac Lake is worth the trip. Lastly, there is a cool antique store within a few miles whose owner is always available for conversation about the area. After a day of ADK fun, you can kick back around the fire ring (outdoor burning wood supplied) and take in the stars. If the weather isn't cooperating, stay in with a good book, play some card/board games or just spend some uninterrupted time with people you care about.  Please let us know if we can answer any questions or provide something special to make your stay even better.
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The Cabin

1 site · Lodging16 acres · Redford, NY
Secluded log cabin set in 16 acres of private woodland in the Adirondacks. Easy access to all the region has to offer, from world class fishing, hiking, climbing and paddling with white face mountain 20 minutes away for skiing and snowboarding in the winter. The Cabin is off the grid, with solar power for lighting and well pump, propane for the fridge and stove, and two wood burning stoves for heat. There’s an outhouse for a washroom.. There’s a screened in porch that has a bbq as a second cooking option. The property is teaming with wildlife, providing a home to many species native to the region. An ideal location to immerse yourself in nature !
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Camp Moonset

1 site · Lodging660 acres · Au Sable Forks, NY
Our cabin is an original Adirondack hunters camp nestled on the toe of Pelkey Mt. Vintage twin beds and built-in bunks sleep up to 5 people comfortably with a wood stove, propane lighting and a dry sink to load with ice and goodies. This off-the-grid, rustic cabin is the ONLY camp on over 600 acres of land, of which Pelkey Mt is the dominate feature. World class hiking, boating, swimming, biking, and fishing all within minutes of Camp Moonset and set in one of the most beloved areas by ADK locals. Enjoy the Adirondacks' High Peaks region without the crowds. **New pictures added from the April 2024 eclipse, top of Pelkey Mt looking south east towards Catamount Mt. **New pictures will be posted soon with recent cabin interior up grades. **2 night minimum required during the summer season.
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Overview

Located in the heart of the Adirondack Park, you’re never far from nature in Tupper Lake, New York. Not only is the village an excellent jumping off point for exploring the Adirondacks, it’s also home to pristine waters that are ideal for swimming and paddling in, as well as secluded trails. You’ll also find the popular Wild Center, a natural history ecocenter, here, as well as the Adirondack Sky Center and Observatory. Add in some great breweries and restaurants and you have all the fixings for the perfect New York getaway. 

Where to go

Saranac Lake

Just a 25-minute drive away, Saranac Lake forms part of the Tri-Lakes Region along with Tupper Lake. Surrounded by high peaks, the town has a charming downtown lined with galleries and restaurants and the area has plenty of hiking trails and canoe routes. A few miles away, 87 boat-access campsites at Saranac Lake Islands span Middle Saranac Lake and Lower Saranac Lake. 

Lake Placid

The third of the lakes that make up the Tri-Lakes Region is Lake Placid, a 40-minute drive from Tupper Lake. A two-time Winter Olympics host, the village is a hub for snowsports, including bobsledding and ski jumping. Nearby, the Adirondack Mountain Club's Wilderness Campground has tent sites, lean-tos, and canvas cabins. 

Ausable Chasm

Known as the “Grand Canyon of the Adirondacks,” Ausable Chasm is a two-mile-long gorge that has been carved into the landscape by the Au Sable river. Visitors can hike along roaring rapids and across suspension bridges, or go rafting through the bottom of the canyon. Ausable Chasm is around an hour and a half’s drive from Tupper Lake.

When to go

Warm weather and long days make spring and summer ideal for enjoying the trails and water activities on offer, and are the most popular seasons to visit the Tri-Lakes Region and the Adirondacks generally. Fall offers fewer crowds and golden landscapes. For snowsports enthusiasts, winter is even more appealing with many visitors flocking to Lake Placid to enjoy everything from skiing and bobsledding to snowshoeing and dog sledding.

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