|Minimum Stay||2 - 7 nights|
This Pilot Knob Road log cabin located in Fort Ann, NY, is perched high on the shore, offering an
incredible long view over the tranquil waters of Lake George's Warner Bay toward Rockhurst and Long
Island. Comfortably sized with almost 3,000 SF of living space, it features a cathedral ceiling
family room with a working wood fireplace, a modern kitchen, five bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms, and a
A first floor master bedroom with a queen bed and sitting area provides easy first floor
accessibility. On the second floor, two more bedrooms with queen beds, a fun 'bunk room' that sleeps
four in twins, and another master with a king-size bed and private bathroom, can accommodate up to 12
guests. Not to worry about sticky August nights as each bedroom has its own air conditioning
assuring everyone a comfortable night's sleep.
This is not a primitive cabin. While staying here, you will still be as connected as you want to be
with wireless DSL internet access, cable, and a TV with a built in DVD player. Use the modern
kitchen to cook family feasts or venture out to one of the nearby restaurants. Watch a sunset or
head out for a night of fun of miniature golf, rides at Great Escape or a shopping spree at the
outlets. Check out a drive-in movie or curl up by the fire and read that book you've been carrying
around. Swimming is great off of the dock and in the Summer, kids will love the 12 foot diameter Aqua-Bouncer swim float!
Beautiful house inside with everything you need for a relaxing vacation. Living room has a nice view of the bay and plenty of room for 10 people. Bedrooms are spacious and what really helps, that they all have air conditioning The downside is that the house is located 20 feet from the road and none of the pictures really shows that. Also, for the price you would expect the owners to have some kind of a canoe or a paddle boat available since you are on the water, and they do have couple of them, but you are not allowed to use any.
Top Thing to do in City:
* shop at outlets and see attractings.
* Ski and play golf.
Top Thing to do in Budget:
* Swim and enjoy the lake.
* hike and fish, cross country ski.
* see the historical sights.
* hangout and relax on the waterfront.
* go boating.
Top Thing to do in Family:
* boating and fishing.
* hike and ski.
* see the sights.
* Play golf, horseback ride.
* Go to Great Escape.
Summer is a fantastic blend of fireworks, boating, swimming, hiking and just taking in the beauty
that is Lake George and the Adirondack Park. But remember, there is more to Longview than just 12
weeks of summer. Above all, this is a four season location with fun winter activities like ice
fishing, skiing, snow shoeing, outlet shopping or getting a spa treatment at the Sagamore. Fall
offers crisp leaves with hikes, fresh apple cider, and the robust color wash of the turning leaves.
Spring is a great time to shrug off the winter chill and get moving with bike rides, hikes and
fishing. As you will discover, each season offers a variety of different and unique experiences.
Which ones will you, your family and guests want to experience?
In the winter, Longview is ideally located for easy access to downhill and cross country ski areas.
Gore Mountain is about 45-60 minutes away, with snowmaking on 95% of its 60 trails. It has a summit
elevation of 3,600 feet and a vertical drop of 2,100 feet. West Mountain is within a 20 minutes
drive and is a smaller, easier mountain that has a kid friendly ski school. It also offers non-
skiing fun for the entire family on its snow tubing hill. Vermont ski mountains are as near as 1-1/2
to 2 hours away. Cross country skiers have numerous options within a 20-60 minute drive, not to
mention direct access to the trails off of Pilot Knob Road. Extensive groomed and non-groomed snow
mobile trails are within a 10-15 minute drive of Longview, offering a wide range of trail types. If
snow shoeing is your thing, the trails off of Pilot Knob offer varied terrain from gentle paths to
steep challenges up to the nearby mountain summits. Drive a little farther and there are dozens of
trail networks that offer extensive winter hike/snow shoe/cross country skiing opportunities. Lake
George has a great Winter Festival that has races, food and other fun activities. You can find
indoor ice skating year round at The Lake George Forum where you can free skate and even take some
Looking for something cultural to exercise your mind? In the summer, the Saratoga Performing Arts
center offers the New York City Ballet, the Philadelphia Orchestra and various other musical
performances. There is a dinner theatre in Lake George Village that operates from mid-June to mid-
October. Like museums? In Glens Falls you can visit the Hyde Collection and the Chapman for fine
art. For local history, Lake George's Fort William Henry Museum and Battlefield Park are great
places to start. The Adirondack Museum in Blue Mountain Lake (about an hour away, May to mid-
October) offers extensive exhibits covering the history, life and legends of the Adirondacks.
Weekly Rate: $2500 - $6400
Fall 2014: Sept. 15 - Nov. 2, 2014 $3,500/week 2 Night Special: $1,500
Winter 2015: Nov. 3 - Apr. 26, 2015 $2,500/week 2 Night Special: $1,500
Spring 2015: Apr. 27 - June 14, 2015 $3,500/week 2 Night Special: $1,500
Summer 2015-1 week minimum from June 14, 2015 to Sept 12, 2015 @ $6,400/week
Stays less than one week, add $350 cleaning fee
Deposit - $1,500 or 25% of ren