Clam Steam!July 20th at 4PM
$6 per person (price depends on market price of clams)
Bring a dish to pass!
Adirondack Cabins and Rentals
At Daggett Lake, you’ll find cabins, cottages, camping cabins, and RV sites - all sorts of Adirondack rentals, nestled among 400 acres of mountains, fields, streams, and a beautiful private lake. The cabins are quiet and remote, yet only minutes from Lake George. Click here for exterior and interior photos of cabins and cottages.
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Adirondack Camping in your Tent or RV
Campsites are also available at Daggett Lake, for both tent and RV camping. Camper cabins, too, offering an enclosed accommodation. Each camper cabin has one double bed and three single beds, picnic table and fireplace outdoors. Leave your tent at home!
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“Pet friendly vacation rental” doesn’t begin to say it. Hiking trails guaranteed to challenge and please both you and your dog. Dogs even have their own swimming beach!
The camping season May 17-October 14, 2013
Cabins and cottages are available from the spring green of early May through the October fall foliage season. Adirondack Camping is more than just a summertime thing to do.
The autumn camping experience
Booking one of our heated, comfortable, and well appointed cottages or cabins in September or October is an opportunity not to be missed. Warm days, cool starry nights, unforgettable color. Click here for special off-season cabin rental rates.
Want to get on the waiting list for a 2013 seasonal site? Contact the campsite office now.
Vacation Rentals - Adirondack Mountain Cottages
Five well appointed, comfortable vacation choices—available from the spring green of early May through the October foliage season!
Learn to Waterski
Dog Days 2008
Photos by Ray Summers
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|Click on photos for larger images. (Notice that dogs have their own swimming beach at Daggett Lake Campsites - a very pet-friendly place!)|
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New York has stepped up action to halt the spread of tree-killing beetles and other threats to forests by restricting transportation of untreated firewood. The action closely follows measures imposed by Pennsylvania and other states to stem the proliferation of invasive species that can wipe out trees in forests and neighborhoods. Additional information is available on DEC's firewood webpage.