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are spaced 100 to 400 feet apart on over 20 wooded Adirondack acres, which allows
ample privacy. Shorelines along the Adirondack waterways & paths are naturally wooded. Each
has its own dock to keep a boat or canoe. Every Adirondack cabin has a knotty pine
finish & linoleum floors.
What to bring
are amidst wooded Adirondack acres. It is wise to bring flashlights and
sneakers as the paths to the cabins are naturally wooded. Other items:
binoculars for the beautiful scenery, hiking/boating gear, food, linens
(except pillows), charcoal if you plan to grill, games or books for
entertainment (no TVs).
& Cell phones
Due to the
Adirondack wooded preserve, Internet and cell phones may not be accessible at your
cabin. However, the main house and greens are WiFi compatible. Feel free
to bring your laptop and set up on the porch (or on a cozy Adirondack
chair on the main lawn area).
There is a
non-refundable pet fee of $50/week per pet. Before your stay, you must
notify Cochran's Cabins that you will be bringing your pet(s) or your
reservation may be considered void upon arrival. Please familiarize
yourself with our pet policy by clicking here.
The Adirondack cabins are located on Lake Kiwassa & Kiwassa Outlet, 3 miles by
paved road from the Village of Saranac Lake, which has supermarkets,
restaurants, sporting goods stores, Adirondack gift shops, taxis,
churches, garages, banks, golf courses, tennis, & basketball courts,
hiking trails, and Laundromats.
the Adirondack cabins, you are able to travel by boat, to the Village of
Saranac Lake. 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. Adirondack lake & stream fishing for trout,
bass, perch, northern pike, whitefish & panfish is available as
away are the Adirondack Mountain attractions such as Whiteface Mountain
& chairlift, the North Pole, Great Escape Adventure Park, Ausable
Chasm, Adirondack Museum, the Olympic Center & the Lake Placid
Village, Six Nations Indian Museum, & the N.Y. State Fish Hatchery.
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