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Retreat to a private Adirondack cabin for the weekend, a month, or the entire season. These vacation rentals come with gracious caretakers who handle yard work and upkeep while you maximize vacation time. Whatever your needs, from remote rustic to close-to-town, the Adirondacks have a cabin to match. Consider a stay at Timberlock, where 23 rustic cabins perch on a half-mile of Indian Lake shoreline. Bunks include propane lights and wood stoves; group dinners feature roasted salmon with mango salsa. Farther north in Willsboro, families self-cater at Long Pond Cabins, where 19 waterfront cottages overlook private docks. Local farm stands supply cage-free eggs, yogurt, vegetables, bacon, and maple syrup. And at the northern edge of the Adirondacks, Toti's Cottages welcome dedicated anglers with boat slips and a fish cleaning station on Black Lake in Hammond, NY. Eight cabins include bathrooms, kitchens, and beds for up to six people. Plus, you're just 10 miles from Jacque Cartier State Park, where boats launch on the St. Lawrence River. If you are looking for unique cabin-like experiences, try Adirondack glamping (luxury camping) or a Dude Ranch stay.
Adirondack cabins and cottages transport you to a simpler life. Take a look—your quiet place awaits.
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