Old Forge/Thendara/Okara Lakes/McKeever

Old Forge is the outdoors man headquarters for the adventure-seekers as well as those looking for placidity.  With its unparalleled mountain top views, miles of wooded hiking and snowmobile trails and limitless waterways, Old Forge has an adventure for everyone!  Old Forge is filled with unique shops, educational centers and history that you won’t find anywhere else.  Visit our historic movie theater, take a tour on the Old Forge Lake Cruises or ride to the top of McCauley Mountain.  The pristine Adirondack beauty coupled with the endless adventure opportunities make Old Forge a key destination in the Adirondack region. Just south of Old Forge, you will find Okara Lakes and McKeever, both filled with a mix of year round and seasonal residents who enjoy the peace and quiet that the areas have to offer. If you’d like to enjoy the Old Forge activities but would also like to take in the peace and serenity of the Adirondacks, a rental property in Okara Lakes or McKeever is the perfect solution – you’ll always be just a short drive from Old Forge!


Inlet is recognized for its friendly, small-town atmosphere with an endless amount of scenic beauty. Downtown Inlet is action-packed and filled with shops, restaurants, and lodging destinations.  In the summer and spring months, take advantage of the miles of waterfront available to you.  During the fall, take in all the peace and tranquility that Inlet has to offer with its vibrant foliage.  If you’re a winter enthusiast, you’ll enjoy that you won’t need to go far to get to one of our groomed snowmobile trails.  If you’re looking for a fun family vacation, the possibilities are endless.

Otter Lake/White Lake

Otter Lake and White Lake are located just south of Thendara. Both charming towns are based around their beautiful lakes and are home to both year round and seasonal residents. In the summer, residents and visitors enjoy fishing, boating and relaxing while in the winter, many enjoy cross country skiing, snowshoeing and riding along endless miles of groomed snowmobile trails. If you’re looking to pay a visit to Otter Lake & White Lake during an especially serene time of year, you’ll want to visit in the fall when foliage is as its peak; the scenery is stunning. You can grab a bite to eat in town or nearby; both towns are a short drive to the Old Forge Area. You may also enjoy extending your stay by renting a seasonal house to enjoy all that Otter Lake & White Lake have to offer.

Eagle Bay/Big Moose/Stillwater/Beaver River

If you’re looking for the ultimate relaxing Adirondack vacation, you need not look any further than the Eagle Bay area. The Eagle Bay, Big Moose, Stillwater and Beaver River areas are known for their sightseeing and true picturesque Adirondack beauty. Those looking to get outside and get active will certainly enjoy the paved bicycle trail that leads through the area – with bike trail options lasting from one hour to an entire afternoon, you’re sure to get a unique look at the area and its scenery. There are many lodging options including bed and breakfasts and lake-view motels that you’ll love. While you’re in the area, be sure to take a tour around Stillwater Reservoir, the Adirondack backdrops and wildlife that you’ll see will be captivating.

Raquette Lake

Here in Raquette Lake, we pride ourselves in a real Adirondack experience for all who visit.  Enjoy a camping adventure at one of our campgrounds or spend your summer days on one of our beaches.  Enjoy canoeing, kayaking or paddle boarding in the summer and enjoy ice fishing in the winter.  Raquette Lake offers spectacular views and miles of historic beauty.  Take a ride on the Durant for a moonlight cruise, private charter or one of the other many packages we have to offer.  If you’re looking for an unforgettable Adirondack family adventure, Raquette Lake is a must-visit.

Blue Mountain Lake

Blue Mountain Lake is a true gem in the Adirondacks, filled with arts, shops, restaurants and plenty of natural beauty. Many enjoy the hiking, world class whitewater rapids and fishing – to name a few, while visiting the area. Perhaps the biggest draw of all is the world famous Adirondack Museum, jam-packed with exhibits and rich history of times past. The museum is visited by many, year after year, and is a beautiful display of the all that is wonderful in the Adirondacks. Blue Mountain Lake offers everything that you’d want in an Adirondack town – adventure, breathtaking views and lots of history!