Lake Paradox Club
Lake Paradox Club is comprised of twelve vacation rental houses situated on the west end of Paradox Lake where we have a lovely natural sand beach and 400 acres of land. The property has been in our family for over 150 years and we are proud to carry on this long family tradition.
Our houses range in size from one to five bedrooms and feature all the modern amenities while preserving the flavor of the Adirondacks. Our kitchens are electric and contain all necessities including microwaves. All the houses have fireplaces and large screened in porches.
We have a wonderful natural sand beach for swimming and we provide complimentary rowboats, rental sailboats, outboards,canoes and kayaks. The grounds contain recreational facilities, tennis court, horseshoe pit, baseball field, volleyball court and basketball backstop. There are large meadow and woodland areas for walking.
We are open all year long. Our three year around houses mean you can come for ice fishing, skiing, hunting and fishing.
From our smallest one bedroom house to lakefront five bedroom houses we have a range of prices from $850 per week to $1,750 per week at the height of the summer season.
Once country visited by the wealthy who established their hunting lodges in the Adirondacks, the area gradually changed from one of large hotels to that of country inns and eventually, around the beginning of the twentieth century, to rental homes. We are one of the few remaining establishments continuing the tradition of providing homes for families coming to the Adirondacks for the summer. Most of our clientele return year after year renewing memories and relationships and strengthening their bond with the environment.
We are centrally located within five miles of the Pharaoh Lake Wilderness Area, the Hoffman Notch Wilderness Area and the Hammond Pond Wild Forest. While close to large areas of wilderness we are still just a mile from Exit 28 of the Adirondack Northway which links New York City to Montreal, and only steps from Route 74 which leads to Ticonderoga, the Champlain Valley and the ferry to Vermont.