Daggett Lake Campsites & Cottages is a family-friendly campground in the Southeastern Adirondacks that offers comfortable, rustic, and peaceful cabins and cottages, as well as tent and RV campsites.
Experience Adirondack Mountain Camping at Its Finest
If you'd like to experience camping in the Adirondacks but aren't ready to stay in a tent, then a cabin or cottage at Daggett Lake Campsites & Cottages may be the lodging option for you. This campground prides itself on being a quiet and peaceful place where families can enjoy the wilderness and have fun in the great outdoors.
Nestled near the waterfront and surrounded by trees, Daggett Lake is a pet-friendly property with five cottages, including:
- Cabbage (studio cottage for two with screened porch, indoor/outdoor kitchen, full bath, double bed, and heat)
- Birchwood (two-bedroom cottage with gas fireplace, fully-equipped kitchen, living room, bathroom, and heat)
- Cottage in the Woods (two-bedroom cottage with loft, screened porch, fully-equipped kitchen, living room, bathroom, and heat)
- Twin Pines (two-bedroom cottage with screened porch, fully-equipped kitchen, and fireplace)
- Whitehouse (three-bedroom cottage with two baths, kitchen, fireplaces in master bedroom and living room, and heat)
Daggett Lake also features comfortable camper cabins that do not have a kitchen or bath inside, but they are by the lakefront. These cabins have one double and three single beds - perfect for a small group or family who don't require all the amenities of a cottage.
Tent / RV Sites
A limited number of tent / RV sites are available at the property, and they include either water and electric or full hookup.
Enjoy the Campground's Facilities & Events
What makes Daggett Lake stand out is that they offer a wide range of facilities and events for campers. Enjoy swimming at the sandy beach, rent canoes or rowboats for a small fee, relax at the picnic tables, or explore some of the nearby hiking trails. In addition, the campground hosts on-site events and activities throughout their season.