Category: Adirondack Lakes & Rivers

Common Lakes in the Adirondacks

The Adirondacks are home to thousands of lakes, ponds, and rivers, offering unparalleled paddling and boating opportunities, among other outdoor activities. While it would take many lifetimes to explore them all, there are several that simply cannot be missed. Their rich history and natural beauty make each one a remarkable place to visit and an […]

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FAQs About Twin Ponds Preserve & Adirondack Waterfront Property

Twin Ponds Preserve offers Adirondacks lakefront property in a secluded 4,300-acre area. Located in the northern reaches of the Adirondack Wilderness area, Twin Ponds is a hidden gem that includes a pristine 500-acre lake with nearly 7 miles of shoreline. Here are a few frequently asked questions we get about life in and around Twin […]

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Long Lake NY

FAQs About Long Lake & Long Lake Real Estate

Whether you’re looking for a quiet place to relocate permanently or you’re looking for a quiet place to get away from busy life, Long Lake has you covered. While you look at available properties in the Adirondacks, here are a few frequently asked questions we get about Long Lake and what makes it unique for […]

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Lake Champlain

Life is Better on Lake Champlain

If you’re looking to buy land near a lake, it’s definitely worth exploring Lake Champlain. Known for its rich history and a legendary monster named “Champ”, this lake offers scenic beauty, an abundance of recreational activities, and some of North America’s best bass fishing. Lake Champlain By The Numbers The third largest body of water […]

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reflection of clouds on quebec brook

An Adirondack Treasure – Quebec Brook

A perfect late summer day on Quebec Brook in the northern Adirondacks, a beautiful stream where you are sure to find yourself alone in wild country. The boreal forest of the Canadian north, consisting of black spruce and tamarack, is common in this region of the Park. There is something about the vast stretches of […]

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everton falls in winter

Everton Falls

It’s early spring at Everton Falls. Well, maybe. Winter, in it’s final death gasp, has painted the landscape white with snow overnight. The temperature hangs at 19 degrees on this April morning. The East Branch of the St. Regis River tells the truth; it’s spring alright. Recent rains and melting snow have swollen the river […]

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