We will begin accepting reservation starting January 1st 2021

We plan to open for the 2021 season on June 25, 2021. As there remains much uncertainty we plan to continue to follow our Covid-19 protocols for now. As things change we will adjust.  We will continue to post updated information both here and on our   Face Book page  “Northwood Cabins” (See link to the right).  #WeWillBeHereADK

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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4 days ago

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"Got a Moose got a Moose, do you do the Fandango?"One of the things that makes the Adirondacks so special is the diversity of the wildlife that calls the Park home. Bear, deer, otters and loons can be found throughout the region, but by far the most sought after is the moose.I recall being told by a professor at SUNY Plattsburgh in the early 1980s that the moose long gone from the Adirondacks would never return. The primary reason being the presence of a parasite known as a "Brain worm." Its lifecycle has it pass safely through a deer, but then become lethal to moose. Luckily, no one told the moose about this. Sometime thereafter they started to be seen again in the Adirondacks, after nearly 100 years. They may have crossed over from Vermont or Canada. One moose, having had a radio collar attached in Algonquin Provincial Park in Ont. was tracked as he traveled from there to the Adirondacks. This epic journey has inspired the creation of the A2A Algonquin to Adirondacks Collaborative trail which follows his route.Just like this moose we too have traveled between these two special places. We have also had the good fortune to have seen moose in both Adirondacks and Algonquin and thought we would share some of our photos from both parks.With the DEC estimating the population to be between 400-500 moose in New York your chances of seeing one are getting better all the time. Here in Tupper Lake, NY we have had multiple sightings south of town on Rt 30 near the Coney Mt TH. To the north in Paul Smiths and Onchiota seems to be a good spot to see them as well.So as you are out driving around stay alert and have your camera ready because a moose can pop up any time just like..."Thunderbolt and Lighting, very very frightening." ... See MoreSee Less
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7 days ago

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"Wow sure is a hot one today." "ah...yea it's summer"Count down to opening day. So much still to do, so you know what we did? We took Sunday off and took a road trip all the way to Long Lake.Hit all the "Hot" spots, Hoss's Country Corner, where we picked up an interesting book., "Who Pooped in the Northwoods" it's about animal tracks and signs. but we are thinking about gluing the cover to the front of our new guest book. Then we stopped over to Wild River Antiques just to browse and dream.After all that shopping we went to a "Cool" spot ,the front porch of the Adirondack Hotel. A nice way to enjoy the start of summer.But now it's back to work: finished planting the first batch of flowers. You might not want rain on your parade or wedding day, but we could use some on our flowers and grass. We checked and as neither of these events are scheduled this week in Tupper Lake, NY let it rain. We still have much to do before the sign gets uncovered in just about a week. We are making progress but the staff has been told, "No more days off until...check notes...October. They were not impressed. ... See MoreSee Less
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