Boating in the Saranac Lake Area
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Boating in the Adirondacks is something for your bucket list and Saranac Lake is the place to begin!

Saranac Lake invites you to enjoy our water by boat! Beginning in Lake Flower, the center of downtown Saranac Lake, offering over 24 miles of navigable Adirondack Lakes and waterways. Find your own private beach or spot to anchor down and make the most of your day on the water. As you coast along you will see islands to hop and rope swings for thrills and excitement. 

Browse our listings and find the best place for you to start your day on the Adirondack lakes of the Saranac Lake Region.

 

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The Village of Saranac Lake and a delegation from the Australian Embassy in Washington, DC, will commemorate ANZAC Day for Post Traumatic Stress Awareness on Wednesday, April 25, with an 11:00 a.m....
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The 3rd Annual Tri-Lakes Job Fair sponsored by the Adirondack Daily Enterprise and hosted by North Country Community College. The first date had to be rescheduled due to the snowstorm that closed the...

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