|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
Centrally located between Copenhagen and Barnes Corners in the heart of Tug Hill, Beaver Creek Lodge is right on the official Lewis County snowmobile and ATV trail network. A restored farmhouse on 400 acres, Beaver Creek Lodge is a year-round rental that offers seven bedrooms, living room, dining room, full kitchen and two baths, making it ideal for large families, or groups. Rental of Beaver Creek Lodge gives you exclusive use of the entire lodge, including hunting privileges (in season). It is a perfect home base for enjoying the many pursuits available in this region of upstate New York.
Beaver Creek Lodge is less than an hour's drive to Alexandria Bay, Clayton, 1000 islands, Sacketts Harbor and world class Salmon fishing on the Salmon river. Old Forge is approximately a 1 1/2 hour drive, making it an easy destination for a day trip.
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Lodge Description: The lodge is a restored farmhouse that is spacious enough for large groups and families. The first floor contains the kitchen, dining room, living room, 2 bedrooms and a full bath. The second floor has 5 additional bedrooms and a second bath. There is also an enclosed porch/mud room for storing your outerwear and as a staging area to prepare for your ride. The living room serves as the main gathering place at Beaver Creek Lodge. It has plenty of seating, a fireplace, HDTV and library. Adjacent to the living room, the dining room offers a large table that seats 8+. It also serves as a gathering place and is perfect for board or card games. Our full kitchen is complete with all the appliances and utensils needed for your stay. It features a full size refrigerator & stove, and also includes a microwave, coffee maker and toaster. The kitchen also has a table for additional seating and a full size washer & dryer (free) should you need them.
Property: The lodge has a circular driveway with easy access from the road, providing easy access for vehicles with trailers. We are right on the snowmobile/4-wheel trail network, enabling you to ride right from your door, which obviously makes us popular for snowmobiling and ATVing. Our property is approximately 400 acres, and is adjacent to Granger State Forest and Pickney State Forest. Without having to drive you can hunt on our lands or the state forests, totaling over 6400 acres.
Beaver Creek Lodge was created in the late 1980's by Robert Whipple, a consummate farmer and outdoorsman from Knox, NY who loved the beauty of the Tug Hill region. Bob envisioned a place where one could come and enjoy the bounty of nature's offering, while staying in a place with all the comforts of home. Whether you come for hiking, hunting, snowmobiling, 4-wheeling, skiing, fishing, communing with nature or just plain escaping the normal grind, Beaver Creek Lodge offers the perfect home base. Today, that vision is continued by Bob's children, who invite you to come experience Tug Hill and Beaver Creek Lodge.
The house was everything we saw on line and more! ALL the “extras” around the house – fans, Kleenex, spices etc. were so nice – made us feel right at home and instantly welcome! Well maintained – Karen only a phone call away – Great time. …….”Karen the housekeeper” – the biggest worry in booking any accommodations is always cleanliness. This was amazing! Clean, clean, clean!! Thank you so much for doing such a super job!!
As always, our stay was very enjoyable. Thanks for allowing us to arrive early on Saturday morning so that we could enjoy time getting our supplies and preparing our sleds to get out on the trails earlier. The house was warm and inviting. We love using the fireplace when we are at the house during the morning and evening hours. Our cooks use the house most of the day for relaxing and enjoying their time away from their jobs. The snow was excellent this year and we were able to get more time out on the trails. It is wonderful to be right along the trail and be able to just go out in the morning, get on the sleds and get right on the trails. As long as we are able, we will be coming back to enjoy the house and the trails.
The listing description was accurate. The property was clean and will maintained. The property manager made sure the driveways were cleared after each snowfall. The owner provided excellent customer service when he answered all our emails in a timely manner.
We would highly recommend this location to our friends and relatives.
We went snowmobiling just about every day. We go to the local grocery store in Lowville for all our supplies. We enjoyed all the local restaurants we stop at along the trails.
This wonderful place was just what we needed! Plenty of room for family board games, watching a little TV, reading a book, walking around and cooking! The beds were very comfortable. A few cobwebs, here and there, but otherwise clean. The only draw backs were the flies which could not be helped because of the cows & horses in the area and how close to the road it was. We had to watch the granddaughter extra close. I recommend this place for adults looking to relax or hunt. The owner was very good to work with. The house cleaner was very patient with us too! Thanks for a great weekend!
The lodge was beautiful and clean. The weather was gorgeous. The atv riding was second to none. We rode 243 miles!
We had great time!!!. The owners are very friendly and worked with us on solving few issues. Best deal for big groups and in the middle of the Tug Hill Plateau.
The house was wonderful, beautiful property, all amenities that we needed, and even fire wood provided for a nice bonfire at night! The housekeeper down the road was very available to us if we needed anything. Would definitely recommend to a large group looking to get away to the beautiful country!
The Tug Hill region is directly west of the Adirondacks and just south of the 1000 islands, located roughly in the triangle formed by Watertown, Rome, and Syracuse. It encompasses approximately 2000 square miles. The most outstanding characteristic of the Tug Hill region is its undeveloped state. There are some small, scattered hamlets and villages along the outer edges of the region, but the core area is heavily forested and relatively unpopulated.
The area, because of its landform and location east of Lake Ontario, has the perfect conditions for lake effect snowstorms. These storms are responsible for the majority of the 200-300 inches of snow which fall each year, turning the region into a winter wonderland. The heavy snowfall is one of Tug Hill’s greatest recreational assets.
Tug Hill has an extensive snowmobile trail network criss-crossing the region. A rapidly growing ATV trail network compliments the snowmobile trails, providing year round riding opportunities.
Other Activities: Snowmobiling, ATVing
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event|
My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
|Notes: Rates are based on 8 guests; add $30 per night, per additional guest|
|Property Damage Protection||$59|
|Housekeeping||$50 + Tax|
|Notes||Additional per person per night guest fee is for adults only. Children under 18 are not included in guest count.|
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