Rocky Point Properties

Vacation in the rugged, natural beauty of the Adirondack Mountains while relaxing in the comfort and modern convenience of one of our townhomes. Rocky Point resort is situated on 28 wooded acres with 2,300 feet of Fourth Lake waterfront.

All townhomes feature three bedrooms, three bathrooms with modern fully-equipped kitchens, a great room with a wood burning fireplace, and upper and lower decks. The property boasts an indoor heated pool and spa, three tennis courts, and a lakefront gazebo out on the point with panoramic views. Also enjoy our 1,300-foot sandy beach, children's play area, and rentable boat dock space. Whether you come to the mountains for quiet comfort or action-packed activity, Rocky Point Properties has it all!

Open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday through Monday in the summer, and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday through Monday in the winter.

*Paid member of the Inlet Area Business Association

Irondequoit Inn & Cabins

The Irondequoit Inn, established in 1892, is a rustic Adirondack retreat – and a place where time moves at its own pace. Nestled at the shores of Piseco Lake, this 600-acre resort is a sanctuary for vacationers who value peace and quiet, while appreciating the great outdoors.

Our 2 bedroom cabins sleep 6 and are fully equipped with a galley-style kitchen, full bathroom facilities, comfortable living area and a porch with a view. Give yourself a night off from cooking and enjoy a wonderful gourmet dinner in the lodge. Spend your days relaxing on the beach, hiking, or boating in the lake. The possibilities are endless!

Rooms are also available in the main lodge. Whatever you choose, you'll enjoy a beautiful Adirondack experience. Find out why so many return year after year to the charm of the Irondequoit Inn.

For more detailed information and to make a reservation, visit us at www.irondequoitinn.com. Follow us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/IrondequoitInn

Snowy Mountain Inn

The Snowy Mountain Inn is a chef / owner operated country Inn that is open year round. We offer bed and breakfast lodging, cottages, and a dining room that is available for our lodging guests on a daily basis and offers real pit southern barbecue and home cooking.

Prospect Point Cottages

New cottages on Blue Mountain Lake, some with fireplaces, all with full kitchens, porches, outdoor barbecues, and fire rings. Located directly on Blue Mountain Lake with a 200-foot sand beach, conference building with piano and fireplace, free use of canoes, rowboats, and paddleboats, free wireless internet and cable TV.

Snowshoes and sleds available for exploring and fun during the winter months. Call us for info about ice fishing on Blue Mountain Lake as well!

Nine waterfront housekeeping cottages.

Stiefvater's Lakefront Cottages

Stiefvater's Cottages are on Fourth Lake in Inlet. We offer 14 one to five bedroom cottages and houses and 159 feet of shoreline. We offer free use of kayaks, canoes, SUPs, playground, rec room, sandy beach, and dock. Enjoy stunning sunsets and campfires nightly! We are a short walk to restaurants, shopping, the public beach, and hiking!

Open Memorial Day to Columbus Day.

8 rustic cabins tucked away from civilization on the Kings Flow, at the base of Chimney Mountain in the Siamese Ponds Wilderness Area. The cabins accomodate 2 - 10 people, are completely furnished, (full kitchen) contain a fireplace, and have acres of wild forest surrounding the cabins for you to explore.

This "friendly little hotel", located in the heart of the village, is listed in America's Wonderful Little Hotels & Inns. Zeiser's has 5 rooms with a restaurant & bar on premises.

All of our modern, Danish units are fully equipped for housekeeping, just bring sheets and towels. All units face Seventh Lake and have a full deck, picnic table, grill, basketball court, horseshoes, and boat rental. There are 10 two- or three-bedroom cottages, all with a microwave, toaster, and coffee maker.

Cottage w/ private beach in a wooded setting, offering ample privacy. This cottage has 2 bedrooms w/ a living room, screened-in porch, kitchen, BR and is right on the water.

8 unit motel situated on beautiful wooded acreage, with outdoor swimming pool. Continental breakfast included

Singing Mountain Adirondack Camp

"Put the world on hold, and say you'll get back to them"....Take a break from the 21st century at Singing Mountain camp, a two story, log cabin located on 24 acres of private land. A great place to get back in touch with the important things in your life. Hike, bike, swim, fish, or just hang out on the deck watching the wind ripple the pond below. Non-electric with all utilities running quietly on propane. Sleeps four. $750.00 weekly. $250.00 weekends.

Shamrock Motel & Cottages

The Shamrock is centrally located and closed to downtown and within walking distance to shops and restaurants. Stay right on the lake in your choice of a motel room, efficiency or fully self - contained cottage that all overlook the lake with their own outside or covered decks. Enjoy one of the largest private sand beach on the lake with docks for both fishing and boating. You may never leave the grounds! Open year round.

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2 BR cottage, with full bath, living room, dining area & fully equipped kitchen. Access to private beach on Lake Pleasant.

Secluded Cabin on Lake Pleasant, sleeps 11. Includes Screened-In Porch, grill, fire pit, docks, and row boat for guests.

Saint William's on Long Point

Built by William Durant in 1889, St. William's on Long Point is a not-for-profit, non-denominational, lakeside retreat and cultural center, accessible only by boat on Raquette Lake, New York. Musical, historical, and environmental programs are held during July and August. Semi-private and dormitory lodging for up to 19 people is available for retreats, family gatherings, weddings, and more!

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HISTORY

Even before Mercer's ice cream and the W.W. Durant boat, Adirondack visitors have enjoyed Raquette Lake. The last leg of a two day journey into the mountains from New York City, it's water ways provided transportation to the peace, beauty and silence of nature so attractive to city dwellers of the Industrial Age. Developers, like William West Durant, saw the financial opportunity in offering land and vacation homes to these wealthy urbanites, tired of the noise, crowding and smog of the cities they had themselves created. So, while building Great Camps like Pine Knot and Sagamore, Durant was not only establishing summer residences for families like the Morgans and the Huntingtons, but creating towns for the workers and families that lived year round in the mountains, maintaining and running the Great Camps their employers visited only a month or two out of the year.

In 1889, William West Durant established one such town on Long Point of Raquette Lake . He built a post office there and a general store, naming the town Durant , NY . A year later, he responded to the needs of the Catholics in the area by donating the land, the materials and the money to build a Catholic Church just down the shore from the general store. Designed by the J.C. Cady Company of New York City , the church was completed in 1890 by Hammond and Mosher, a contracting company in Saratoga Springs . William West Durant entitled the church St. William's. The following year, the Franciscan Friars, Order of Friars Conventual, began administering to the needs of the parishioners of St. William's. As transportation technology advanced and the railroad arrived within the blue line, the water-locked town of Durant , NY (having changed its name to Raquette lake soon after its creation) relocated to its present location, where the railroad spur from New York City ended. Still, the cedar shakes and shingled church, St. William's on Long Point, continued to serve the parish until the end of the 1930s. It was when the rectory in the town of Raquette Lake burned in 1938 that the new St. William's, in town, was built, despite the financial strains of the Great Depression. The parish, now with two official churches, saw more frequent use sway towards the St. William's in town, the St. William's on Long Point offering masses mostly during the summers. Finally, in 1979, with the death of Father Henry Gibeau, the parish fell under the jurisdiction of St. Anthony's in Inlet, NY and St. William's, the first Catholic church in the area, became a mission church to a parish it had help to establish.

St. William's on Long Point and the old general store of Durant , NY (having been deeded together to the Catholic church) were still in use, functioning as a summer retreat center for Franciscan Friars. One member of a class retreat in 1974 felt a close connection to the church, the house and the spiritual, natural and historical aspects they encompassed. Brother Ed Falsey, serving as director of St. William's from 1983, opened and closed the house, bunkhouse and church for use in the summers by fellow Franciscan Friars. As use of the camp continued to decline and a deferred maintenance plan was instituted, Br. Ed remembers climbing under the church at the beginning of each season to patch broken foundations and loose piers. For the church's centennial celebration, Br. Ed and Louie Burke climbed the dome of St. William's to install a cross built by Louie Burke and painted yellow to match the trim. The mass celebrating the church's hundredth anniversary in 1990, was held in the St. William's chapel of Raquette Lake, the foundation of the church on the Point too unsure to accommodate a congregation safely and the boat docking logs torn loose by winter's ice.

After the centennial, Br. Ed knew a change was in St. William's future. The condition of the buildings as well as the withdrawal of the Franciscan Friars from the diocese (including St. William's) hinted at the church's wish to end their relationship with the property. If the church did so by selling, the probability that the buyer would see the value in the land, not the historically rich, but ailing, structures, would be high. If the property was sold, the bunkhouse, the old general store and the church would likely be torn down.

Following models like the Covenant House in New York and the Samaritan Counseling Center, Br. Ed began to develop an idea to save St. William's. A non-profit organization aimed at providing a quiet retreat location for religious, educational and other non-profit organizations, could maintain and restore the facilities with a respect for the rich history and natural beauty of the site. It would mean much restoration, rebuilding and repairs, but Br. Ed was confident that citizens of Raquette Lake valued their local history and would work hard to preserve it...VISIT OUR WEBSITE FOR THE REST OF THE STORY!

 

Three Housekeeping cottages on Raquette Lake, with private dock. Sleeps 5 - 6. Main cottage has a fireplace, all have showers and electric heat.

Two rooms share one bathroom. Tubs only, no phones, no TV. 1920's hotel with done over rooms.

6 unit motel with cottages on Indian Lake.

The Hedges, on Blue Mountain Lake is an estate camp open to the public. Hearty breakfast and dinner with every room. Boating, beach, fishing, and tennis offered on premises.

Great Camp Sagamore

Great Camp Sagamore's authentic buildings dating from 1897 are situated on a peninsula jutting into pristine and picturesque Sagamore Lake. The Adirondack Forest Preserve surrounds the entire 27-building Great Camp Sagamore estate owned by the Alfred Vanderbilt family from 1901-1954. Its wood and stone buildings are the vernacular rustic architecture on which our National Park lodges were modeled. Great Camp Sagamore's remote location removed from the normal hubbub will allow your full concentration on learning, the camaraderie of the people at hand, the extraordinary beauty of the land, and the Vanderbilt history that envelops you.

As a guest at Great Camp Sagamore, you will be accommodated in our historic buildings in (mostly) double occupancy rooms with twin beds and bathrooms, many with footed tubs, in the hallways. Most of our guests are housed in one of our three lodges each sleeping 20. Cottages sleep another 12.

There are no telephones in rooms, no cell service, and no TV so your relaxation is assured. There is an Adirondack lean-to where you can sleep or enjoy a campfire.

Our chef will carefully prepare buffet meals from which you will make your selections. The buffet is served in our paneled dining room with splendid views of Sagamore Lake. Everyone is called to meals by the bell. One of the highlights of our dining experience is our excellent water. Please do not bring bottled water with you. You may purchase beer and wine to accompany your meal.

During free time many of our guests enjoy our 20 miles of hiking trails, playing lawn games, and canoeing. Great Camp Sagamore also recommends its history-based DVDs. Porch-sitting is also highly recommended. All guests are given a free pass to our award-winning guided tour.

Check in begins at 4P. Check out is at 10A.

Expect for a few short days to live in community in an authentic great camp. Expect to enjoy the natural beauty of the Adirondacks. Expect astonishing views of the stars, the scent of balsam in the air, and lack of traffic noise.

Great Camp Sagamore is not a hotel, motel, or resort. Expect instead, a complete experience in learning and living a "bit of history" in an incomparable setting. Great Camp Sagamore guests come for programs, not specific rooms. Expect that we will meet as many requests as possible, but can never make housing guarantees. Sagamore is able to offer you the rare privilege of staying in and learning at a National Historic Landmark. Expect a one-of-a kind experience.

Journey's End Cottages

A small lakefront cottage colony of four housekeeping cottages with 1 - 3 bedrooms. Sleep up to 6 persons. Dock, beach, canoe and kayaks included. Weekly rates in-season: $1000 - $1200. A fully equipped house is also available that sleeps 8 and includes an enclosed porch overlooking the lake.

On Lewey Lake, 14 miles South of Indian Lake. 18 housekeeping cottages, fireplace, pets allowed.

Irondequoit Inn

The Irondequoit Inn, a rustic Adirondack retreat – and a place where time moves at its own pace. Nestled at the shores of Piseco Lake, this 600-acre resort is a sanctuary for vacationers who value peace and quiet, while appreciating the great outdoors.

Established in 1892, the main lodge features two lake-view living rooms and a delightful wrap-around porch where guests sit to enjoy the spectacular scenery in a relaxed and informal atmosphere.

Whether you choose accommodations in the main lodge, a roomy cabin overlooking the lake, or "roughing it" at one of our campsites, you'll enjoy a beautiful Adirondack experience. A delicious home-cooked breakfast is served each morning and wonderful gourmet dinners most evenings. Find out why so many are drawn to the beauty of the Adirondacks and return year after year, to the charm of the Irondequoit Inn.

For more detailed information and to make a reservation, visit us at www.irondequoitinn.com. Follow us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/IrondequoitInn

Five fully equipped cottages and efficiencies on the lake. There is a private beach and hiking trails nearby, as well as canoeing, kayaking, and fishing at the cottages.

Family retreat on Blue Mountain Lake's north shore. Full maid service. Breakfast and dinner served. Automatic heat.

The Highland Lodge

Enjoy Adirondack history, incredibly beautiful sunsets, and an expansive beach all at the same time.

The Highland Lodge is located at the east end of Fourth Lake with 220 feet of shoreline. Restored in 1995, this lovely Victorian includes a wrap-around front porch with a swing and rocking chairs, original wainscott paneling throughout the house, two living rooms, a large dining room, a sun room, five bedrooms, two fireplaces, two baths — including one with a clawfoot tub, a beautiful fully equipped kitchen with granite countertops, a laundry room, and an expansive deck accessible from the kitchen and master bedroom. There is also a private dock, two beaches, picnic table, gas grill, firepit, Direct TV, and WiFi internet access. It sleeps a maximum of 10. There is no smoking in the house, and pets are not permitted.

A fully equipped, two-bedroom cottage on Lake Adirondack, complete with a private dock and boat. Pets allowed.

La Casita

This three bedroom, lakefront cottage sleeps seven. Enjoy the wraparound deck and private sandy beach with a floating dock for your boat. We also have one efficiency apartment available.

La Casita is near golfing, horseback riding, hiking and biking trails, and shops.

We are open from June 10 to October 10.

Marina Motel

Marina Motel is a family-run hostelry in the heart of the Adirondack Mountains, nestled along the historic and picturesque Fulton Chain of Lakes in Inlet. Just minutes from Old Forge, Big Moose, Blue Mountain Lake, and Raquette Lake. A four-season vacation destination, Marina Motel is AAA-rated for "excellent housekeeping" and is the winner of the Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence.

We are in an ideal location that's just a short walk to Adirondack specialty shops, restaurants, and two great parks: historic Arrowhead Park with a beach, tennis courts, ball field, and playground, and Fern Park with a sledding hill, skating rink, pavilion, cross-country ski and bike trails, and more. Hundreds of miles of hiking, biking, skiing, and snowmobile trails begin right outside your door! Direct access to the Inlet/Webb snowmobile trail system. Six lakes with public access in the town of Inlet and more are within a short drive.

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