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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Travel Blogs from Saranac Lake

Franklin Falls Flow

A travel blog entry by dmarek on Jul 23, 2015

33 photos

... from the put-in. It was a lovely spot - perfect for camping but camping is not allowed there. It has a little sandy beach where Otto fed some fish with bread and hopes to bring his grandson Milo. I took some photos with the macro part of my waterproof camera.

We left about 11:30 am. As much as I would have loved to stay longer and do more paddling, I was ...

Exploring Adirondack History

A travel blog entry by dmarek on Jul 22, 2015

90 photos

... the ruined houses near the road which had stunningly beautiful ruined interiors. I marveled that the shingles looked better on some surfaces than my garage siding. The couple mentioned two houses in the wooded. We found one. It was a very large house and had lots of fallen pieces in it but also some intact cedar shingle siding. All in all, quite the discovery. All the time I had gone hiking in the high peak region, I never thought to check ...

New England touring

A travel blog entry by ukjays2009 on Jul 15, 2015

3 comments, 10 photos

... We lazed in the sun and watched all the 'youngsters' mucking about. After a forgettable Italian dinner at a local restaurant, we returned to relax and watch the sunset. Super chilled now and excited to get to Maitland tomorrow. Surprise find - Whiteface Mountain. Saranac Lake Travellers tip - Go to Whiteface Mountain. Stay at Saranc Lake Geology alert - the Adirondacks are unlike any other mountains. They were formed when a fairly circular area of land (250km diameter x 1600m ...

Montreal!

A travel blog entry by hulcher on Jul 03, 2015

... later in the depths of the lake. After a quick lunch in Lake Placid we headed to Montreal. We expected a 3 hour drive but didn't count on nearly a two hour wait to cross the border. On we got to the border station it only took a few minutes to go through and get back on the road. We checked in to our Hotel.....a hotel atop a ...

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 ...