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Paddler's Rest

Lakefront Cabins and Motel in the Adirondacks
1055 Deerland Road Long Lake, NY 12847 |
stairs going down to a lake Check out Paddler's Rest in Long Lake, NY for your next Adirondack vacation!
a sign and building behind it Paddler's Rest is a lakefront property with four different lodging options.
cabins lined up along a green field Cabins are one of the lodging options guests can choose from.
fire pit and two adirondack chairs Enjoy a fire by the lake at one of the fire pits on site!
view of a beach with chairs and a dock Paddler's Rest features a private, large, sandy beach.
beach with chairs on it The beach is just steps away from all accommodations!
a dock with three chairs and a flag on it Hang out on the dock and fish.
two beds in a room Paddler's Rest also offers motel rooms.
two beds and chairs in a room All linens are provided in every lodging option.
two red adirondack chairs in front of a cabin Watch the sunset from your own outdoor space.
a screened in porch Some cabins have screened in porches.
a kitchen with a table in it Enjoy homecooked meals in your cabin's kitchen and dining area.
a living room with a wood stove and three chairs Feel right at home in this cozy living area.
bunk beds Lodging options are available for every size family.
full bathroom Each lodging option has at least one full, private bathroom.
horseshoes Paddler's Rest offers a ton of amenities and activities to participate in.
a fish in a net on a dock Catch a big one while you're here!
laundry facilities They offer laundry facilities for guests as well.
a rec room with ping pong, a meeting space, and more Hang out in the rec room with friends and family!
a sunrise or sunset over a lake Visit the Paddler's Rest website to book your stay today!


Nestled among towering pines, featuring lakeside views and a private sandy beach, we are within walking distance of Long Lake’s village. Whether you're looking for a motel stay, a cozy cabin, or a historic home, come to relax at Paddler's Rest!

Get the Most Out of Your Next Adirondack Vacation

Find the perfect lodging option for your stay at Paddler's Rest! This incredible, lakefront property offers four different options, allowing for guests to customize their stay to their needs. Paddler's Rest visitors can choose from:

  • The Motel: Two beds in each room, private bathrooms, mini fridge and microwave, fresh towels and linens provided
  • Seven Different Cabins: Each features two bedrooms, full bathroom, outdoor space, kitchen, and linens provided
  • Efficiencies: Studio cabin, queen bed, full bathroom, deck space, kitchen, and linens provided
  • Houghton House: Vacation rental home, three bedrooms, 1 1/2 bathrooms, kitchen, in-house laundry, and linens provided

In addition to the array of different lodging options, Paddler's Rest features a wide variety of amenities and activities to make your stay unforgettable, including:

  • A private, sandy beach
  • Complimentary canoes and kayaks
  • Fire pits and grills
  • A rec room, featuring ping pong, an elliptical, movies, games, and more
  • On-site laundromat
  • Close location to Long Lake, hiking trails, and more

Paddler's Rest is a wonderful option for those who want the best of both worlds! This spot is near the action, but its large lakefront plot of land offers visitors plenty of opportunities to explore the area and indulge in some R&R if needed.

Visit our website to book your stay at Paddler's Rest today!

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