Beaver Lake is a lake located about 18 miles from Lowville, in Lewis County, New York. Enjoy being in the heart of the Adirondacks with wilderness abound and rolling hills in the background.
Beaver Lake is around an hour from Watertown, New York, which sits on Lake Ontario's shore. If you are looking for a more extended road trip, New York City is just over five hours from Beaver Lake. You can even be in Montreal, Canada, in around three and a half hours. Adventure is never far when you are living on Beaver Lake.
Beaver Lake permits motorized boating activity as well as traditional canoe/kayak and sailing alternatives. In the past, several seaplanes have also used Beaver Lake as a landing ground.
One of the main reasons this area is loved so much is the Independence River Wild Forest that sprawls 78,600 acres in northern New York. This forest is a lovely place for recreation and horseback riding, paddling, boating, hiking, camping, fishing, hunting/trapping, biking, snowmobiling, skiing, bird-watching wildlife viewing. There are plenty of different trails to choose from that are accessible to people of all skill levels.
Watson's East Triangle Wild Forest, Five Ponds Wilderness, Ha-De-Ron-Dah Wilderness, Fulton Chain, and Pigeon Lake Wilderness are just a few of the other surrounding forests that you can easily explore while living on Beaver Lake.
Two popular camps call Beaver Lake their homes. Beaver Camp and Camp Unirondack are two popular outdoor camps that attract dozens of youth in the summer.
This lake is truly the best place to escape from the hectic noise of city dwellings and enjoy serene wilderness from your own lake home's privacy.
Whether you are looking to buy a family home, a full-time retirement residence, or a vacation rental, Beaver Lake is an excellent choice.