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Tupper Lake the Heart of the Adirondack's

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You really can't get much more centrally located than Tupper Lake.

Despite its proximity to a host of attractions North, South, East and West, the lake sees relatively little traffic, making it one of the best lakes to rent a cabin. Our central location makes half-day or full day trips East to Lake Placid or South to Long Lake, Blue Mountain Lake or Raquette Lake possible, an advantage few other locations can provide. In addition, Tupper Lake is in the very heart of the Ten Rivers Region and just 16 miles from the High Peaks Wilderness Area. Tupper Lake is the Crossroads of the Adirondacks!

Main Street of Tupper Lake is where the remains of old railroad tracks cross on the village’s west side, there lies many a tale from Tupper Lake’s past. The village was a lumbering and transportation center from its founding in the 1890’s, until lumbering was cut back and the railroad closed down in the 1960’s. This part of Tupper Lake was called The Junction, or Downtown. It was even called Faust for a while, after the postmaster’s wife’s love of Goethe. In this area you'll find the oldest buildings remaining in Tupper Lake. The Grand Union Hotel on Depot Street dating back to the end of the last century. Walk down Main Street by the tracks, and you can almost imagine the ghosts of the ‘jacks and trainmen, busy at their work. A visit to the Goff-Nelson Library on Lake Street reveals a treasure trove of photographs, and the history of Tupper Lake’s glorious past.

Click here for Activities in the Area

  • Saranac Lake, New York (SLK) 30 miles from camp, closest but small airport
  • Plattsburgh, New York (PGB) 74 miles, 1.5 hours drive
  • Albany, New York (ALB) 144 miles, 2 hrs 45minutes drive
  • Syracuse, New York (SYR) 160 miles, 3 hours from camp

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