Sit back, relax, and discover the Adirondacks with us at Northwood Cabins. Located one mile east of Tupper Lake on Route 30 we are  your gateway to the Western High Peaks.  Enjoy the fresh Adirondack breezes from your own front porch or a peaceful early morning paddle from one of the many boat launches located near us.

Our Adirondack cabins provide a nostalgic experience with all the modern amenities.  The  cabins sleep 2-4 people, have their own private bathroom and all linens are provided.  Also all of our cabins  are equipped with AC/heat, refrigerators,  flat screen TV’s with cable  and have wifi access. Two cabins offer full kitchens and a separate bedroom.

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March Madness. Headed south... with our Buffalo Gear, a Raquette River Brewing Mango Wheat, and a truck load of New York Snow. The beer and the sweat shirt made it safe and sound. Shockingly the snow not so much. It seems it is not winter south of Cleveland this time of year. ... See MoreSee Less

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We just returned from the Regional Office of Sustainable Tourism “Adirondack Destination Marketing Summit at the Lake Placid Conference Center in Lake Placid ADK. This presented a great opportunity to meet with others involved in Adirondack hospitality, all who are working to make your visit to the Adirondacks more special.

Excellent speakers and presentations focusing on social media marketing. Our one small complaint was that our Social Media Manager was not allowed to attend, something to do with the health code. Marcy was not happy that she had to stay back at the Northwood Cabins. I think she changed the WiFi password out of spite as I cannot log in now.

Lunch was provided and by chance we sat with the nice people from the Saranac Laboratory MuesumHistoric Saranac Lakee, the Lake Placid Olympic MuesumWhitefacee, and of course The Wild Centerr. Three great spots to check out next time you are visiting.

Speaking of lunch it was very good. I wanted to take a picture and post it on Facebook but l found out just this morning that is not a good marketing tool. Instead I learned that I should “tell a story”. So here goes,

“It was a dark and stormy night...”
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