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Our slide show captures the serene beauty of Lake Bonaparte. Located in the foothills of the Adirondacks, in Harrisville, N.Y., a short drive to the Thousand Islands, historic Sackets Harbor, the Canadian Border, and Lake Placid. Why not consider spending your next vacation with us in the Long Falls Lodge?
 
Waterfront Cottages

We offer one waterfront cottage for rent on a weekly basis from May through mid-September. Included with your rental is dock space, a picnic table, grill, use of canoe, private parking, and a camp fire area. The unit is unique in design and history and pictures can be seen of Long Falls Lodge Cottage on this web site. It offers all modern conveniences including stove, refrigerator, microwave, television, shower, etc., and is fully heated.

The owner of Long Falls Cottages is Charlene Backus. Our mailing address is 14150 Hotel Road, Harrisville, N.Y. 13648. If you have any questions after reviewing our web site and the FAQ page, please e-mail us at cbackus1940@gmail.com or call us directly at 315-543-2585 or 315-771-1940.

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  Some Facts About Lake Bonaparte:

Lake Bonaparte was named after Joseph Bonaparte, brother of Napoleon, who was exiled from Spain and came to live in Northern New York. He resided for a while in Natural Bridge, N.Y. and had his summer villa on the lake. The 1,286 acre lake has twenty-four miles of shoreline and parts of it border on Fort Drum, the home of the 10th Mountain Division. It is 768 feet above sea level and contains nine islands. It is over two miles long and is spring fed. The fish population includes wall eyes, great northern pike, rock and black bass, perch, and bullheads. There a public marina, a state boat launch, a public swimming area, and a restaurant. The recorded range of temperatures is from a high of 110 F to a low of minus 52 degrees. It once was the home of Boy Scout camp and a famous resort known as the Hermitage Hotel.

 

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