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Adirondack By Owner has listings of vacation rentals, real estate for sale and timeshares offered by owner. They cover the entire Adirondack Park region. Condos, cottages, cabins, residential homes, businesses, land, and waterfronts are listed.

Renovated house in West Turin featuring six bedrooms, two full baths, living room, dining room, and kitchen. This house is located on the Tug Hill Plateau and is a snowmobiler's delight. Monthly rental-$2,100 to $2,500.

Beaver Creek Lodge, LLC has 7 bedrooms, a living room, a dining room, a full kitchen and two baths. They also offer wifi, a fireplace, direct legal access to official snowmobile and ATV trail networks, and more.

The Glendale Lodge offers a secluded, completely furnished home with 3 bedrooms and a one and half bath. The lodge also offers a 50 foot round pen corral onsite with lean-to shelter and opportunities for snowmobiling and ATV trails, horseback riding trails, hiking, boating, bicycling, fishing, hunting, cross country, snowboarding and downhill skiing.

House located on 10 wooded acres with stream. 3 bedrooms, 1 1/2 baths, washer & dryer. ATV & snowmobiling, golf courses, horse trails, canoe & kayak on the Black River, restaurants & state park.

Otter Creek Lodge has 12 bedrooms and 10 bathrooms, allowing up to 24 people comfortably.  It is perfect for trail riders as it is connected to hundreds of miles of Adirondack State trails. The private lake is ideal for swimming and canoeing. Activities, such as reunions and corporate retreats, are welcome.

The Limberlost offers accommodations for up to eight people - four in the open loft and four in the living room in front of the fireplace. A full breakfast is included featuring homemade baked goods. Easy access to the Tug Hill Plateau. Located on the snowmobile and ATV trails, hunting, fishing and hiking areas nearby. Call for reservations.

Cabins are located on Corey Rd Copenhagen.  We are at Barnes Corners in the Tug Hill Region of the Adirondacks.

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