Restored Farmhouse on 400 acres & ATV/Snowmobile trail network. 7 BR, sleeps 15!
Why John Durand chose Copenhagen
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.
Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
Additional fee applies
Minimum age of primary renter:25
100% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 7 days before arrival date.
Beautiful property , perfect for large groups.
We had a large group and this property was perfect for us. The house was immaculate when we arrived and everything was well laid out for us.
Jaime, We're glad we met your expectations and the lodge meet your needs.
William, I hope the wedding was fabulous and we're glad we met your expectations.
Very comfortable place.
The lodge is very spacious and comfortable. The kitchen is very well stocked with utensils and cookware and even spices. There were plenty of towels and bedding. Cleaning supplies and paper products were provided as well. We really enjoyed sitting out on the closed in porch in the evenings.
Nyla, we're glad the lodge met your expectations you found the lodge comfortable.
Great house in a great location with all the comforts of home!
Valerie, we glad you found the lodge comforting, our goal is to make it a stay feel like home.
We had a great time at Beaver Creek Lodge. The lodge was spacious and fit our entire family. We used all of the seven bedrooms. The surrounding views were awesome. We really enjoyed walking down the trail which is the snowmobile trail in the winter. Also, they had everything for us, extra napkins paper towels towels, even games for the kids. We can't wait to come again!
We're pleased that the lodge was large enough for your family and that you got to explore the property at bit.
Large and plenty of space for our group of 13.
We're happy you found the lodge large enough for your group.
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