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Pine BearCottage

    There is so much to see and do on, in, and near Long Lake. Hiking, biking, mountain climbing, boating, birding, fishing, paddling, swimming, and outdoor activities all day long and into the evenings with music on the beach Friday nights. Meet friendly locals and guests from all over. It's a mountain wilderness brimming with summer activities and events planned the entire season. 

    Take a short walk across the Long Lake bridge to the public beach, stores, restaurants, coffee shop, food stands, and events planned all summer. It's never boring! You will love it here!!


ATTRACTIONS: Adirondack Experience Museum nearby, The Wild Center Science Museum in Tupper Lake, the historic Lake Placid Olympic Center, Nature Trails, and Fire Towers to climb. A local library, great views, wildlife, and so much to take in. Shopping for gifts, the Thursday afternoon Farmers Market with local baked goods, arts, gifts, and locally grown vegetables. You will lack for nothing. 

DINING: Fine casual and rustic dining is available throughout town, food stands are available at the beach, ice cream stands and food venues at the intersection of Rt 30 and Rt 28N. The Adirondack Hotel, the Long View Lodge, and the Long Lake Diner & Owl's Head Pub all offer Adirondack style dining, generous portions for hearty appetites, and a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Breakfast sandwiches and Lobster Rolls on Fridays at the Adirondack Trading Post. If you're looking for a cruise and dine, try the Raquette Lake Navigation​, another local's favorite. You won't go hungry and will have a good time after a full day of activities at any of these fine establishments.  

RENT: $200 per night or $1400 per week + $50 cleaning fee.

BOOK NOW, as dates fill up fast!

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Family Time

Make memories with the family. Enjoy the refreshing outdoors and stay in a cottage with all the amenities of home. Relax and toast some marshmallows with the kids.


On the Water

Two kayaks are available on site for $20/each per day. Enjoy the waters of the Raquette River. Long Lake is 14 miles long and 1 mile wide at its widest spot. 



Deer, moose, bear, beaver, otter, coyotes, rabbit, fox, raccoon, song birds, eagles, heron, loon, geese, and the list goes on. Treat all wildlife with distance and respect.

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