Cabins for rent in Adirondack Mountains

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Entire cabin · Jay
Adirondack Mountainside A-Frame
A cozy pet friendly A-frame nestled in the Jay Range with view of Whiteface Mountain. The home features a living room, fireplace, loft bedroom and fully equipped kitchen. With endless activities to choose from, we are located just 10 minutes from Whiteface Mountain and 20 minutes from Lake Placid.
$163 per night
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Entire cabin · Remsen
The A-Frame at Evergreen Cabins- Sleep under stars
This one of a kind 1 bedroom 1 bath "A" Frame cabin is designed with a modern rustic décor and has a bed that allows you to star gaze at night! It sleeps 4 adults and 2 kids under 12. We have a lake across the street with a public access nearby and direct access to snowmobile trails!!!
$413 per night
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Entire cabin · Glenfield
Serenity Creek Cabin
Take it easy at this unique waterfront cabin getaway. This all new log cabin on a spacious two acres and only feet away from the Adirondack's scenic Otter Creek. The creek ranges from 40 to 60 feet wide, has gentle rapids, relaxing sounds, rocky areas with a great soaking pool directly in front of the cabin and firepit. With nearby state parks and forests there is plenty of hiking, fishing, watersports, horseback riding, biking and skiing for any outdoor enthusiast.
$210 per night

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Lake cabins in Adirondack Mountains

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Entire cabin · Indian Lake
Cabin 1 - Waterfront on Lake Abanakee
$145 per night
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Entire cabin · Shoreham
Lakeside cozy redwood cabin with stone beach
$196 per night
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Entire cabin · Piseco
Lakefront Privacy and Romance found at Camp Stardu
$404 per night
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Entire cabin · Saranac Lake
Cozy Cabin, porch and lake
$172 per night
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Entire cabin · Keeseville
The Minouche - Cabin Life at its Best
$130 per night
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Entire cabin · Lake George
Cabin on Dream Lake, home in Lake George area
$222 per night
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Entire cabin · Hadley
Sacandaga Lake House Adirondack Camp-The HydeOWay
$283 per night
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Entire cabin · Schroon Lake
The Treehouse
$159 per night
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Entire cabin · Caroga Lake
Loon's Echo lakefront w/ JACUZZI, private dock
$200 per night
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Entire cabin · Indian Lake
Indian Lake Cabin
$225 per night
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Entire cabin · Indian Lake
Cabin on the Knoll - Lake Abanakee
$155 per night
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Entire cabin · Middle Grove
Rustic ADK Lakeside Cabin 20 Minutes from Saratoga
$225 per night

Weekend cabins in Adirondack Mountains

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Entire cabin · Jay
The Fisher House - Secluded Cabin near Whiteface
$255 per night
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Entire cabin · Tupper Lake
Big Pines Lakefront Cabin
$269 per night
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Entire cabin · Johnstown
Bear Cabin at Camp Garoga Superior Quality HOT TUB
$156 per night
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Entire cabin · Wilmington
JUNIPER HILL cabin
$276 per night
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Entire cabin · Lewis
Adirondack Cabin Sanctuary
$135 per night
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Entire cabin · US
Cozy 1-bedroom Cabin in the woods.
$95 per night
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Entire cabin · Jay
BROKEN ARROW LODGE - A Safe Haven
$152 per night
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Entire cabin · Keene
Honeymoon Cabin with Jacuzzi Tub
$221 per night
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Entire cabin · Glenfield
Hemlock Point Cabin
$207 per night
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Entire cabin · Vermontville
Camp Arden: East Lake Cabin
$175 per night
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Entire cabin · Johnstown
Moose Cabin: Superior Quality Camp Garoga. HOT TUB
$156 per night
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Entire cabin · Glenfield
Otter Creek Falls Cabin
$196 per night

Your guide to Adirondack Mountains

All about Adirondack Mountains

Covering much of northern New York State, the Adirondacks Mountains region contains the largest naturally protected area in the contiguous United States. With more than 100 communities, it’s truly about choosing your adventure, whether it’s a peaceful lakeside getaway in Lake George, a hiking adventure in the High Peaks Wilderness near Lake Placid, or even an underwater dive to look for shipwrecks in the Adirondack Seaway up north. Many choose to start their week-long adventures in Old Forge, known as the Adirondack Base Camp, while others make a weekend trip out of it, whether it’s chasing thrills at the theme park or just gazing into the serenity of the area’s natural beauty.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Adirondack Mountains?

For outdoor lovers, May to August is definitely the sweet spot to book one of the rental houses in the Adirondack Mountains, when highs are in the upper 60s to low 80s Fahrenheit and lows are in the mid-40s to upper 50s. Of course, along with the lovely weather comes the crowds, so book ahead. Winter sports fans will generally find the best conditions from November to April, but look for freezing temperatures, usually in the low teens to mid-30s, but dipping down to the single digits in January and February. Pack accordingly with the warmest of gear, including hats, gloves, scarfs, and maybe even hand and foot warmers.


What are the top things to do in Adirondack Mountains?

Lake Placid

Best known as the site of the Winter Olympics in 1932 and 1980, the village is packed with winning spirit year-round. Take the elevator to the top of the 70- and 90-meter ski jumps for an aerial view of the Adirondack Mountains — and, for the more daring, speed back down to earth via the zipline. The high-adrenaline adventures continue on the country’s longest mountain coaster in North America at Mt. Van Hoevenberg, where the 1980 bobsled team raced. But it’s not all about the sports history here: The downtown area is packed with delightful locally owned boutiques and eateries, including a brewery and bakery.

Lake George

The entertainment options are endless in the area surrounding the 32-mile-long lake. There are mini golf courses and an amusement park, craft breweries and wineries, local boutiques, and factory outlets, all set to the backdrop of the mountain-and-forest scenery.

Saranac Lake

Packed with unique adventures, a day in the village of Saranac Lake can include river walking in waders, forest bathing, and canoeing in the state’s only designated canoe zone. Plus learn how the mountain air here helped cure tuberculosis patients around the turn of the center at the Saranac Laboratory Museum.