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Camp Victor, a rustic waterfront Adirondack cabin vacation rental, overlooks Kiwassa Lake, and is available year-round. This cabin is available for weekly rental in the summer, and nightly in the spring and fall. It is also a pet friendly cabin rental.
The two bedrooms have two doubles beds in one and one double bed in the other, each including mattress covers and pillows. Guests need to bring linens, blankets and towels unless the rental is during winder during which time linens can be provided upon request.
Bathroom has a toilet, sink and shower stall. This Adirondack cabin rental also has an outhouse for use as a 'second bathroom' for more daring guests.
The Living/Dining Room has three picture windows facing the front of the cabin with a view of the water, a double door wood stove, an electric monitor heater, a love seat, a dresser and a large table with chairs.
The Kitchen has a gas cooking stove/oven, refrigerator, coffeemaker, toaster oven, sink, cooking utensils, flatware and dishes (service for 7).
Linens, cleaning, etc…
Camp Victor is a housekeeping cabin rental which means there is no maid service. Guests bring their own linens, towels, blankets, etc.
This Adirondack cabin is a housekeeping cabin rental which also means guests must leave the cabin as they found it, otherwise the security deposit will be forfeited.
We own several properties in the area and this cabin is one of our favorites. We have lived in the Adirondacks since 1991 but have been part-time residents since the 1960s. We even attended the 1980 Winter Olympics in Lake Placid! We can offer suggestions for activities unless you simply want to rest and relax in a cabin.
Margie Cochran purchased this cabin in 1991
This is the most scenic area in the east! It is an easy place to rest, relax and enjoy life at a slower pace. Kiwassa Lake is an idyllic and quiet lake and most guests return year after year to get away from the hustle and bustle of a faster pace.
The cabin offers a wonderful deck with Adirondack chairs that allow guests to put their feet up, read a book and soak up the view of the lake.
Often guests will take in a sighting of our lake loon and its beautiful calls. Other guests have said they have seen eagles, deer, fish jumping, wild types of birds, etc…
Our property is a dream come true. While there , guests enjoy bird watching, reading and traveling by boat to the nearby Village of Saranac Lake. Often guests will take in a sighting of the lake's loon and its beautiful calls. Other guests have said they have seen eagles, deer, fish jumping, wild types of birds, etc…
The cabin is located on Kiwassa Lake in the Adirondacks just 3 miles from the Village of Saranac Lake and 10 miles from Lake Placid.
The Adirondack Mountains offers 689 lakes and ponds. Kiwassa Lake is part of the Saranac Lake Chain which means guests of this cabin have access to 23 miles of waterways from the cabin. From this Adirondack cabin, you are able to travel from Kiwassa Lake, by boat, to the Village of Saranac Lake. The popular Adirondack route from Kiwassa Lake takes you through Oseetah Lake into the Village of Saranac Lake where the Saranac River begins. You may also enjoy a waterway trip 40 miles through scenic Adirondack lakes, ponds, rivers & streams, & go through State locks into the Adirondack State Preserve.
Boat rentals may be available during your stay but it is best to reserve early as we cannot guarantee availability.
Single recreational kayaks
Canoes and rowboats
Rowboat with 8hp motor
Other activities nearby -
Local Adirondack Hike
There are 46 High Peaks in the Adirondack Mountain region with many experienced hikers earning the designation of an 'Adirondack 46er'. If you're looking for a simpler, local hike, Mt. Baker may be a good start depending on your physical condition. Approximately 1 mile up and 1 mile down, the base is minutes from the cabin and the summit offers views of the Village of Saranac Lake.
The Adirondacks is a destination for birders regardless of the season.
From and on Kiwassa Lake in the Adirondacks, fish for Northern pike, trout, bass, perch, whitefish and panfish. Whether you prefer fishing the waters of summer or the sub-zero ice that has formed mid-winter, Kiwassa Lake offers some of the best fishing in the Adirondacks. ESPN has also held its Great Outdoor Games Bass Fishing Tournament on the Saranac Chain of Lakes!
This unique attraction in downtown Saranac Lake is a testament to the small town atmosphere of Saranac Lake. Built with donations, on the backs of volunteers, riders can choose from 18 Adirondack wildlife figures and a Chris Craft style chariot. http://www.adirondackcarousel.org
The Wild Center
Created with children in mind, the Wild Center is an Adirondack experience that you won't want to miss. Hands-on exhibits that play music, make clouds, blow snow, etc… There are even secret exhibits that only children will see. http://wildcenter.org/visit/visit-with-kids
Located in Blue Mountain Lake, about an hour and a half from Saranac Lake, the Adirondack Museum has activities and exhibits for all ages. http://www.adkmuseum.org
Whiteface Mountain & Chair Lift - Whiteface Mountain offers a ski mountain in the winter as well as a gondola ride in other seasons, as weather permits.
Other Local Attractions
Village of Saranac Lake
Lake Placid Village
Six Nations Indian Museum
NY State Fish Hatchery
Santa's Workshop at the North Pole
Saranac Lake, Lake Placid & Tupper Lake
There are a multitude of local events regardless of the time of year. Saranac Lake hosts multiple annual events with two popular ones being the Annual Can-Am Rugby Tournament in Saranac Lake in August and the Saranac Lake Winter Carnival in February. Lake Placid was the site of the 1932 and 1980 Winter Olympics and is currently the host of an annual Ironman competition.
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My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
for 2 nights
REFUNDABLE SECURITY DEPOSIT OF $250 DUE AT CHECK-IN
It is refundable provided guests leave cabin as they found it. Cabin is a housekeeping cabin which means there is no maid service. It is clean upon arrival and guests are asked to leave it as such.
PET IS WELCOME
One well-behaved pet is welcome in the cabin. A non-refundable pet fee applies of $50/week per pet. Advance notification required or reservation may be considered void upon arrival. Guests must read/agree to the owners pet policy: http://adirondackcabin.com/pet_policy.html
13% Taxes are Required, as follows -
5% Franklin County Occupancy Tax (charged on rentals less than 29 days)
8% Sales Tax