Time moves at its own pace at the Irondequoit, a rustic retreat overlooking Piseco Lake in the southern Adirondacks. Established in 1892, this 600-acre retreat is a sanctuary for vacationers who value peace and quiet. Here, guests enjoy hiking, fishing, swimming and kayaking, tennis, horseshoes and picnicking, just as they did a century ago. And within an easy drive are many more activities and attractions. Our rooms and cabins are comfortable and cozy, or you may bring nature even closer at one of our lakeside campsites.
The Irondequoit's secluded lakeshore features a sandy beach and a dock for boats. The waters abound with small mouth bass, land-locked salmon and lake trout. Our private, five-acre island is a great place for a swim, a picnic lunch, and breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains.
Fishing & Hunting
Tom Wemett, 2005
If you are planning a hike on the Northville Placid Trail, please consider spending a night with us. Our Inn is located just a 100 yards off the trail. Our friend Tom Wemett maintains a Web Site dedicated to hiking the trail at: www.nptrail.org/.
Additonal hiking guides:
Map Resources -- Hamilton County
To help you plan your visit to Hamilton County, consider visiting the Hamilton County Online Mapping System. It features many recreational ideas including bicycle and hiking trails in our county. You can order USGS maps of Hamilton County from www.landsat.com.
Piseco Lake ~ July 2011
Sledding, Skiing & Snowshoeing
Piseco Lake ~ February 2009
If peace, tranquility and nature are what you seek, we cordially invite you and yours to discover the magic and majesty of The Irondequoit.
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