Adirondack Lake

New York

Adirondack Lake, New York

Adirondack Lake real estate is a beautiful, but lesser known, market for lake homes and land in New York.

This lake is one of the many smaller New York lakes and has 6 miles of shoreline. The closest major airport, Burlington International Airport , is only 107 miles away.

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  • 6Mi. of Shoreline
  • 7Avg. Depth
  • 19Deepest Depth
  • Ownership
  • Acreage
Burke's Marina Inc
(315) 354-4623
592 NY-28
Raquette Lake, NY 13436
Indian Lake Marina
(518) 648-5459
156 Lakeshore Dr
Sabael, NY 12864
(518) 624-2266
8 Dock Rd
Long Lake, NY 12847
Palmer Bros Marina
(518) 494-2677
33 Palisades Rd
Brant Lake, NY 12815
Golf Courses
Green Mansions Golf Course
(518) 494-7222
207 Darrowsville Rd
Chestertown, NY 12817
(518) 582-2300
47 Santanoni Dr
Newcomb, NY 12852
(315) 357-3503
300 NY-28
Inlet, NY 13360
(518) 494-2220
8448 U.S. 9
Pottersville, NY 12860
(315) 354-4230
RR 28
Raquette Lake , NY 13436
(518) 352-7792
3444 State Road
Blue Mountain Lake, NY 12812
(518) 648-5266
4155 NY-30
Sabael, NY 12864
  • Counties: Hamilton County
(518) 648-5707
6356 NY-30
Indian Lake, NY 12842
Albany International Airport
Albany Shaker Rd., Colonie, NY
96 miles away
Bennetts Airport
32 Fairview Ave, North Creek, NY 12853
18 miles away
    About Adirondack Lake
    Located in the Indian Lake Village

    Adirondack Lake is 128 acres in size and is located in the Indian Lake Village, in Hamilton County, New York. It is nestled in the mountain ranges of northeastern New York, which extends into Canada, and is also near the Vermont-New Hampshire state border.

    Adirondack Lake has a neighbor just south called Lake Abanakee.


    Fishing is one of the more popular sports on Adirondack Lake. This warm water fishery is abundant with popular sports fish such as largemouth and smallmouth bass, northern pike, yellow perch, and grass carp.

    Besides fishing, there is plenty of camping, hiking, and ice fishing on Adirondack Lake!

    Hike the Hudson Gorge Wilderness

    Just to the east of Adirondack 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.

    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, Adirondack Lake is an excellent choice.