Whether you are drawn to the adirondacks beautiful lakes, wilderness trails, small country towns or large tourist destinations, we have it all just minutes from our log cabin retreat. We offer all the comforts of home, large kitchen, 3 bedrooms and a loft, finished lower level, and large living room to sit and relax after a fun day outdoors. Barbeque your favorite foods out on the deck and have your meal in the sun, or under the covered porch. Have a fun game of horseshoes, then sit around the fire pit and gaze at the spectacular night sky. At night, listen for the calming sounds of the stream or wind through the trees. Ticonderoga, only 6 miles away, has a rich historical past and offers shopping, restaurants,museums, a Fort, and a ferry boat to vermont . Bolton landing, 25 minute's away has a great small town adirondack feel with shopping and dinning abound.
The hague public beach and boat launch are about a 4.5 mile ride and has bathrooms and a visitor welcome center. From the beach you can walk to the general store on hague's down town main road. There is parking at the beach, or on the side road.
Some of the things to do with your family and friends, and is within a 15 minute ride, is golf, fishing, boating, swimming, diving, tubing, island hoping, shopping, wilderness trail hiking, antiquing, berry picking , mountain climbing, dinning, church, museum visiting, mini golf, bowling alley, sight seeing and more.
Within 45 minute's , try white water rafting on the mighty hudson river, gore mountain gondola ride, lake george village with shopping, dinning, boat cruises and swimming, glens falls malls and outlet stores, water park with a lazy river, bumper cars, and great escape amusement park. Great restaurants like GEORGES, or the LOG JAM offer fine dinning in the village area. The HOT Biscuit in Ticonderoga is a breakfast favorite.
A bucket list dream of mine was to build a log cabin in the Adirondacks in the Lake George area. We love the lake, the mountain trails and streams, and the quiet of the area's wooded tall pine forest in the Northern Basin of Lake George. My wife Carol and I are happy we can share this wonderful hideaway with you and hope you love it as much as we do.
If getting away to a private, quiet and peaceful place where you can recharge your self and get closer to nature and your family sounds good to you, than you found it here. Its the reason we built it.
Quiet and relaxing yet only a short ride to the beach or the area's major attractions like Fort Ticonderoga, Rodgers Rock, Bolton Landing and The Village of Lake George.