Amanda's Village Motel

Address: 185 River Street (Rt.86), Saranac Lake, New York, 12983, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 185 River Street (Rt.86), Saranac Lake, is near Saranac Lake, St. Regis Canoe Area, and Saranac River.
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    Travel Blogs from Saranac Lake

    Franklin Falls Flow

    A travel blog entry by dmarek on Jul 23, 2015

    33 photos

    ... gotten so far up - the water level is much higher at this time for some reason. We played around a bit - I tried to go up the creek but didn't want to risk capsizing since it was still a bit chilly. I didn't mind the cool water on my quick-drying pants but still didn't want to get totally wet...or have an accident.

    On our way back we stopped at a little island sort ...

    Exploring Adirondack History

    A travel blog entry by dmarek on Jul 22, 2015

    90 photos

    ... to go. The GPS could not locate Saranac Lake from here so I took out my road map and discovered I was taking the scenic route - a big S that took me west before going east from Tupper Lake to Saranac Lake. I finally made it to Otto's around 5 pm.

    The evening was cool and the next morning even cooler. We loaded the canoe & kayak onto Otto's vehicle and set off. We then kind of drove from one put-in possibility to another - finding ...

    New England touring

    A travel blog entry by ukjays2009 on Jul 15, 2015

    3 comments, 10 photos

    ... been uplifted (possibly by a rising plume of magma in the mantle underneath). All the overlying softer rocks (like sandstone and limestone) have been weathered and eroded away, leaving the much harder basement rock. This rock is part of the Canadian Shield formation - some of the oldest rocks on Earth that formed the first part of the North American continent over 1000 million years ago! The rock is called anorthosite and is the same kind of rock the astronauts bought back from the ...


    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

    ... at Dancing Bear always gave us an enthusiastic "yeah" with any request we made. Our breakfast waitress at Dancing Bear barely spoke beyond the necessary questions and comments. We ate dinner at Player's Sports Bar two nights. Cassie, our waitress was also an enthusiastic college students studying math. We also saw her at while eating breakfast around town.