Lake Abanakee

New York

3Listings
$75K-$520K
$990KTotal Value
Lake Abanakee, New York

The Abanakee Lake real estate market is a limited supply marketplace for lake property in New York.

Abanakee Lake is one of the many smaller New York lakes, and has 10 miles of shoreline. Burlington International Airport, the closest major airport, is only 108 miles away.

  • 10Mi. of Shoreline
  • 12Avg. Depth
  • 27Deepest Depth
  • Year Built
    1950
  • Ownership
    Public
  • Acreage
    360
Campgrounds
(518) 352-7797
3444 State Road
Blue Mountain Lake, NY 12812
  • Counties: Hamilton County
  • Fish: Largemouth Bass
Hospitals
(518) 648-5707
6356 NY-30
Indian Lake, NY 12842
Airports
Albany International Airport
Albany Shaker Rd, Colonie, NY
97 miles away
Bennetts Airport
32 Fairview Ave, North Creek, NY, 12853
19 miles away
About Lake Abanakee
Nestled in the Adirondacks

Lake Abanakee is a shallow, four-mile-long lake located between Indian Lake and the Hudson River. It is approximately 360 acres in size and rests in one of the valleys of the Adirondack mountains.

Surrounded by beautiful wilderness, this lake contains a series of small islands, exposed and subsurface structures, and a variety of weed beds.

Lake Abanakee is located approximately two hours away from the state's capital, Albany.

Fishing

On Lake Abanakee, anglers can expect to catch various fish from northern pike, largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, and yellow perch. Due to the natural habitats, weed beds, and shallow waters, this lake is the perfect environment for these fish species. Anglers report catching relatively large-sized fish and are overall pleased with the quality of fish caught.

The lake's shallower waters, smaller aluminum watercraft, and shallow boats are the best transportation way. Kayaking and canoeing are also fun ways to get around the lake and allow you to take in the natural scenery.

Hike the Hudson Gorge Wilderness

Just to the east of Indian Lake is the 24,477-acre Hudson Gorge Wilderness. Running through the wilderness is the Hudson River, which created the Hudson Gorge over time.

The gorge is known for its cliffs on either side of the river and its scenic views. Also on this property are the 200 foot high OK Slip Falls and the unique Blue Ledges, located on the Hudson River's south side.

There are plenty of hiking trails for you to explore and paddle the Hudson River is a popular sport and whitewater rafting.

Camping, fishing, hunting, trapping, and wildlife viewing can also be done throughout the area.

Experience Life in the Adirondack Wilderness

Whether you are looking to buy a family home, a full-time retirement residence, or a vacation rental, Lake Abanakee is an excellent choice.