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Adirondack Lake

In the Heart of the Adirondacks

Nestled on the shore of Adirondack Lake, our guests enjoy seeing the beautiful wildlife the Adirondacks has to offer.  Loons, Bald Eagles, Osprey, Beaver, Turtles, and Whitetail Deer are seen regularly, and lucky guests might even glimpse a Black Bear or Moose on their way into town!  Lake Adirondack's calm waters offer a beautiful sunrise and sunset every day and provide the perfect backdrop for your vacation year round.  Whether hiking, kayaking, hunting, skiing, ice fishing, snowmobiling, or just sitting back and doing nothing all day, Adirondack Lake Cabins is the perfect spot to relax after a day of adventuring in the Adirondacks.

  What began as Crawley's Cabins in the 1950s and for the last 20 years was known as Binder's Cabins is now Adirondack Lake Cabins.  The current owners are 7th generation Indian Lakers.  We offer guests the opportunity to take a step back in time, where life is a little easier and surrounded by wildlife, scenery, and serenity.    

Why choose to visit Indian Lake?  Take a step back in time.  Indian Lake is located in Hamilton County, New York.  Out of the 62 counties in New York, Hamilton has the lowest population at just under 5,000 full time residents, yet we have more land area than the state of Rhode Island.  We like to brag that we have the lowest population density of any county this side of the Mississippi River, at just three people per square mile!  It's also rumored we are the only county this side of the Mississippi without a traffic light.  Things move a little slower up here, and that's the way we like it.



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