Events, commentary, reports about Long Lake NY. Real Adirondack Experience

Area Maps

Let us guide you on your way

Click the thumbnails to the right for a link to a Google map or a PDF.

Long Lake and Raquette Lake are located in the Adirondack mountains of New York State. Rt 87 North is the major NY Roadway that travels along side the “blue line” of the park. The park is over 6 million acres of land, most of which is protected by Forever Wild and can not be developed for commercial purposes making for a great outdoor experience.

We are close to many major cities and airports like Albany NY (2.5 hrs), New York City (5.5hrs), Montreal Canada (2.25hrs) and Syracuse NY (3hrs) yet you’ll feel worlds away in our wilderness.

Long Lake/Raquette Lake Interactive Map – Click this. A complete listing of businesses, trails, snowmobile trails, attractions are all right here. Long Lake/Raquette Lake Interactive Map

Weather? Click here for Long Lake Weather & webcam at route 30


Directions to Mt. Sabattis Pavilion

Entrance located at 1100 Deerland Road and look for the signs.

Mt. Sabattis Pavilion is located at the very top of the Mt. Sabattis Recreation Area in Long Lake NY. The road up is located at the intersection of South Hill Road and Route 28N/30 across from the Long Lake Post Office. If you get lost – stop at an area business, the friendly folks will be happy to tell you where to find the Pavilion.

For GPS – or mapquest directions enter the address of 1100 Deerland Road, Long Lake NY.

  • Long Lake Lodging Map | 2015 (PDF)
  • Long Lake Dining Map | 2015 (PDF)
  • Snowmobile Trail Map Side | 2015 (PDF)
  • LL/RL Snowmobile Map Text | 2015 (PDF)
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