Cochrane Cabins

Address: 1150 Kiwassa Road, Saranac Lake, New York, 12983, United States | Campground
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Location

This campground, located on 1150 Kiwassa Road, Saranac Lake, is near Saranac Lake, St. Regis Canoe Area, and Mount Ampersand.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Cochrane Cabins Saranac Lake

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
 

Travel Blogs from Saranac Lake

Montreal!

A travel blog entry by hulcher on Jul 03, 2015

We checked out of our hotel and went on a boat tour of Lake Placid. We enjoyed seeing the many "camps" along the lake -many with only boat access. The term "camp" is misleading as many of these are multimillion dollar properties. We heard the story of Mabel Smith Douglass who mysteriously drowned after boating only to be found ...

Sun (finally) and Elevation!

A travel blog entry by hulcher on Jul 02, 2015

... a mile to the top. There we had a 360 degree of the landscape-an amazing view in to both Vermont and Canada. We went down much more quickly then we went up-an 246 ft. elevator ride to the bottom. We enjoyed the majesty of the mountains, the amazing scenery and the views that only higher elevations can provide.

Family Folklore: We had interesting ...

Rain, Rain-Go away!!

A travel blog entry by hulcher on Jul 01, 2015

The day dawned gray, overcast and rainy. Following a breakfast at Dancing Bears we headed to the Olympic Museum. Historical events in Olympic history were located here-ice skater Sonia Henie and the "Miracle on Ice" memorabilia. We saw the Herb Brooks arena where the historic game took place. Across the street ...

Two Lakes

A travel blog entry by hulcher on Jun 30, 2015

Our first stop on the next leg of our journey was The Wild Center in Lake Tupper. Here we met Joe, a retired Art professor who became our unofficial guide for the center. We began on the "wild walk"-a large structure that takes you through the canopies of the trees. There are places along the way to stop and look for birds, see what nests, and ...

Adirondacks/Lake Placid

A travel blog entry by rissassipa on Jun 23, 2015

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... and the elevation climb was very gradual. Not a lot of towns or places to stop along the way, but the views were great.

Since we started out later than we had planned, we didn't get to Lake Placid until about 1:30pm. Luckily our rooms were ready so we were able to check in and unload. I'm starting to understand how these rides work. I thought we'd ride for 50 miles or so, then stop and see something, then get back on the road and continue on like that ...