Nestled on an idyllic property on Lake Abanakee in the Adirondacks, Beach Point is a beautiful and comfortable cabin with a large private beach! Enjoy scenic views and over 200 feet of prime shoreline during your relaxing stay. We are dog friendly!
Welcome to Beach Point
How would you like to spend a waterfront vacation in the heart of the Adirondacks? If that sounds like the perfect getaway for you, then consider renting Beach Point, a beautiful two-bedroom cabin in Indian Lake, NY.
This lovely Adirondack cabin has two bedrooms and one full bathroom, and the interior is knotty pine throughout. The master bedroom has a queen-sized bed while the second bedroom has a full bed and a twin bunk that is ideal for kids. Dogs are always welcome at Beach Point.
Guests will have access to a fully-stocked kitchen with an oak island that offers seating for two. The separate dining room has a large round Adirondack table with enough seating for four. You can also relax on the screened-in porch (seating for four) and enjoy the amazing views of the beach and lake.
Enjoy Premier Amenities During Your Stay
Beach Point guests will have full use of a wide range of property amenities:
- Four Kayaks
- Large Canoe & Two SUPs
- 14' Aluminum Fishing Boat with Trolling Motor
- DirecTV Satellite and HD TV
- DVD Player
- High-Speed Wi-Fi; Mobile Coverage from Verizon Wireless and Sprint
- Gas Grill and Two Fire Pits
- And More
Explore Lake Abanakee and the Adirondacks
Lake Abanakee is a very quiet and peaceful lake that is perfect for swimming, kayaking, canoeing, and stand up paddle boarding. The property's waterfront features a large private beach, lean-to, two picnic tables, and two campfire pits. The lake offers excellent bass, northern pike, and yellow perch fishing.
When you're ready to get out and explore the Adirondack Park, you'll find plenty of activities to try in the surrounding area. You can discover nature on numerous nearby hiking trails, including Snowy Mountain, Chimney Mountain, OK Slip Falls, Blue Mountain, Sawyer Mountain, and many more. Plus, whitewater rafting opportunities and winter skiing at Gore Mountain are an easy drive away.
During your travels, be sure to keep an eye open for local wildlife, such as bald eagles, loons, ospreys, beavers, otter, wild turkeys, deer, moose, and others.