|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
Located on the north end of Cranberry Lake approximately 1/2 mile across the lake from the Village of Cranberry Lake. The house is approximately 700sqft with 3 bedrooms and 1 bathroom. One bedroom has a king size bed, 1 bedroom has a full size bed and the third bedroom has a twin bed and bunk beds The kitchen is fully equipped with electric stove/oven, microwave, full size refrigerator, dishwasher, and garbage disposal. The deck is huge. It totals approximately 400sqft with half covered and enclosed in screen and the other half open with a great view of the lake. There is a covered boat dock/hoist.
If you are looking for a great place to enjoy the outdoors and connect with family, this is the place. There is no TV reception or cable. There is one TV in the living room with a DVD player and small library of family friendly movies. There is a second TV/VCR in the bedroom with the twin bed and bunk beds. There is internet (wifi) and phone but no cell phone reception. If your looking to get away from the daily grind and enjoy a quiet comfortable experience in a beautiful part of the world. This is it.
Cranberry Lake in the Adirondacks is a scenic, still lake surrounded by mountainous terrain and plentiful opportunities for outdoor adventure. It is the third largest lake the Adirondacks, behind Lake George and Raquette Lake. The lake is vast, nearly 7,000 acres, and so has a wide range of depth. While the average depth of Cranberry Lake is only six feet deep, large areas are past the 20 and 30 feet marks.
If you’re looking for a great place for activities in the water, Cranberry Lake is a true haven for watersports. Visitors enjoy boating, rafting, kayaking, canoeing, paddling and more. Fishing is also very popular in the Cranberry Lake region. The lake itself is stocked with trout to encourage the sport, and nearby rivers also offer excellent trout fishing.
Various trails in the Cranberry Lake region make the area an ideal spot for hiking and exploring, from beginner to intermediate hikers. Enjoy trails in the Cranberry Lake Wild Forest, Western Parcel, Northwestern Parcel, Eastern Parcel and Five Ponds Wilderness Area.
Just east of Cranberry Lake village, there is a public campground and day-use area maintained by the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC). Here you'll find a picnic area, fishing pier, beach for swimming and bathhouses. There are also graded areas for tents or trailers, water outlets, toilets, a trailer pump-out station and showers. Handicapped accessible campsites are also available. There is a public boat launch on the Oswegatchie River located on Columbian Road.
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Jun 1 - Sep 30
$250 deposit required to reserve dates and held as security deposit (returned after inspection of property, less deduction for any damage/cleaning)
Total rent amount due 30days prior to occupancy
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (USD) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.