Beautiful Adirondack home right on Upper Saranac Lake with multiple cabins, great for big groups and families!
This is a vacation home that has been in our family for over three generations. The property sits high above the lake and includes many paths that connect several sleeping cabins, the dock, the boathouse, and the beach.
The main camp features a fully equipped kitchen that is open to the dining area and looks out over the lake.
The rental comes with kayaks, canoes and a 9 horsepower putt-putt.
We will be available and have a caretaker who can help with arrivals.
According to Adirondack tradition, homes are called "camps." Our camp is on a long dirt road, about three miles long, that crosses three bridges as it travels down Markham Point through state-owned Adirondack Park land. It is vital to travel slowly (15 mph) down the road, as it is a single lane and cars may be approaching from the opposite direction. If this happens, there are cut-offs spaced all along the road to either back into or move forward into to allow a car to pass. There are several other camps on both sides of the end of the point, though none are visible from our camp. We love to run and walk along the road for exercise, flower gathering, and berry hunting.
Because the camp is relatively remote, renters should plan to bring a meal or two with them, as well as bottled water. We usually bring dinner and breakfast with us and make a grocery store run after breakfast on the first day. Renters are welcome to use the staples available in the pantry.