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New Lifeguard at the LL Town Beach

The Lifeguard Bear made an appearance on the Long Lake Town Dock on Sunday, August 9th. At first on-lookers thought it was a real bear, but upon closer inspection, it was deemed, it was merely a stuffed, somewhat mangy, bear.

This bear takes the guarding of the beach very seriously

This bear takes the guarding of the beach very seriously

Having culled the local police reports for signs that this bear had been illegally absconded with, and finding none, it was deemed that the bear may stay on the beach guarding the waters for the rest of the day. When asked if it was Red Cross Certified, Class 2B lake trained, the guards did mention the bear did have some required testing left to pass, including First Aid and CPR.

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One of the lifeguards not on duty Sunday had a surprise when opening the lifeguard shed Monday morning only to discover a pair of beady, glass bear eyes staring her down. She jumped, she gasped, and realized quickly, it was stuffed.

Only in Long Lake.

Loves Labours Lost in Long Lake

On July 26th at 7pm come out to the Mt. Sabattis Pavilion at 7pm for the ALCA’s production of “Loves Labours Lost.” Love and desire face off against logic and reason as a group of determined high school boys swear off the distraction and temptation of the opposite sex. That is, until they realize that the Princess and her court have just moved into town in this innovative 60-minute adaptation of the classic Shakespearean comedy.

Loves Labours Lost, Free performance, Pavilion, Sunday, June 26th

Loves Labours Lost, Free performance, Pavilion, Sunday, June 26th

This performance is free.

Summer 1914. In order to dedicate themselves to a life of study, the King and his friends take an oath to avoid the company of women for three years. No sooner have they made their idealistic pledge than the Princess of France and her ladies-in-waiting arrive, presenting the men with a severe test of their high-minded resolve.

Shakespeare’s sparkling comedy delights in championing and then unravelling an unrealistic vow, and mischievously suggesting that the study of the opposite sex is in fact the highest of all academic endeavours. Only at the end of the play is the merriment curtailed as the lovers agree to submit to a period apart, unaware that the world around them is about to be utterly transformed by the war to end all wars.

Long Lake Fourth of July Traditional Celebration

On Saturday, July 4th join the Town of Long Lake Parks and Recreation Department for their annual fourth of July celebration. Games for all ages starts at 10am at the Long Lake Ball Field. Classic favorites include a scavenger hunt for the youngest, balloon races, sack races, egg toss and a three-legged race. Children compete for over 1,000 prizes from the prize booth.

Carrera Lance hops to the finish line at the Games for All Ages

Carrera Lance hops to the finish line at the Games for All Ages

The Bed Races return and will be starting at a new time, 2pm from the Long Lake Town Bridge. Teams race each other to the finish line in speed and precision while competing for the title of Best in Show. Cash prizes will be awarded to the Best in Show, and Fastest, along with a trophy and bragging rights for the year. Entry fee is $10 per bed and pre-registration is required. Call 518-624-3077 for information or to sign up. The Town of Long Lake is also looking for line judges and Best in Show Judges. Judges will receive a complimentary Feelin’ Long Lakey t-shirt for their efforts.

Be a Bed Race Judge and get a free t-shirt!  Call 624-3077 to sign up!

Be a Bed Race Judge and get a free t-shirt! Call 624-3077 to sign up!

Peter-Michael Marino returns as the popular Long Lake MC. Peter is an award winning director, actor and comedian who has performed in the off-Broadway show STOMP, wrote and created “Desperately Seeking Susan, The Musical” premiering on the West End in London and has most recently returned from performing “Late with Lance,” his hilarious one-man show featured at the Orlando and Hollywood Fringe Festivals. Peter will be traveling to Scotland to perform his show at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in August. Do not miss his antics, hilarity and comedic repartee with the crowd at the Bed Races.

The Long Lake Fire Department will be serving a feast of sausage and peppers, hot dogs and hamburgers. Penelope the Clown will be face painting and creating balloon animals at the gazebo starting at 4pm. For dessert try the homemade and delicious Strawberry Shortcake and North Country Kettle Corn.

Finish out the evening dancing until dark with live music from Fade to Blues, a blues band from Lake Placid NY. Fade to Blues’ brand of original Indie Blues combines elements of classic rock, funk, fusion, country and soul. Look for guitar playing and vocals of BB Ready, bassist Dave Fischer and drummer, Long Lake legend, Jay Lamica to lay down the grooves to keep the crowd moving. They will rock the beach starting at 6:30pm.

Fade To Blues will rock the beach!

Fade To Blues will rock the beach!

At dusk do not miss the best fireworks in the Adirondacks. Fireworks can be seen from the beach, boat, or the Mt. Sabattis Pavilion. The fireworks display is made possible with the support of the Town of Long Lake, Raquette Lake Navigation, Shortridge Landscaping, Motel Long Lake and Cottages, Britton Enterprises, Dr. Russell Rider, Gillis Realty, Long Lake Storage, Stewart’s Shops, Chax Handmade Knives, Wide River Antiques, Order of the Eastern Star #745, Whitney Industries LLC, and Raquette Lake Camps.

Happenings Around Long Lake

It’s been a busy spring in the Town of Long Lake. The Long Lake Water Department is busy working on installing a new water line along Olivet Road to Motel Long Lake.

Long Lake Water Department digs along Olivet Road as they start the process of installing a new water line.

Long Lake Water Department digs along Olivet Road as they start the process of installing a new water line.

The Long Lake Waterfront Revitalization Project has been scoped out by engineers and they are developing plans to help convert the concrete town dock into something that will be more useful in times of high water.

Long Lake Town Dock submerged under water.  Use the State Boat Launch on the end of Olivet Road to load boats.

Long Lake Town Dock submerged under water. Use the State Boat Launch on the end of Olivet Road to load boats.

Volunteers have been out planting and watering flowers in the barrels located around town. On June 15th the Town of Long Lake with the assistance of the Red Cross collected 33 pints of blood. 33 Pints of blood translates to 99 patients helped. The Town of Long Lake extends a huge thank you to our donors and volunteers who made this event possible.

Mary Hartle & Nancy Lance plant the garden at the Long Lake Town Hall

Mary Hartle & Nancy Lance plant the garden at the Long Lake Town Hall

And the Long Lake Town Beach is finally open.

Long Lake Town Beach is open despite the high water!  Lifeguards on duty daily from 10am - 6pm.

Long Lake Town Beach is open despite the high water! Lifeguards on duty daily from 10am – 6pm.

The lifeguards help put mulch in the beach garden.

The lifeguards help put mulch in the beach garden.

Not so Secret Facts About Long Lake NY

We work very diligently at the Long Lake Parks and Recreation department bringing events to the people year round. We sometimes have so much going on between trivia, kids events, planning concerts, craft fairs, hiking expeditions, grooming snowmobile trails and organizing trips that sometimes we forget to promote some of the great ways we communicate to the people on social media. We’ve compiled a list of links, so you can stay connected with our social media outlets and what we have going on in our community.

Long Lake and Raquette Lake NY are connected to Social Media Outlets.  Are you?

Long Lake and Raquette Lake NY are connected to Social Media Outlets. Are you?

Long Lake Flickr Page.
Long Lake Pinterest Page
Long Lake Youtube Page
Long Lake Facebook Page
Raquette Lake Facebook Page
Adirondack Quilt Camp Facebook Page
Long Lake Twitter
Adirondack Quilt Camp Registration and Webpage
Long Lake Instagram

Business news.
The Long Lake Lodge, 681 Deerland Road will be open under new ownership this summer. Welcome to the Johnson Family!
Journey’s End Cottages has new owners and will be opening this summer. Welcome to Nancy and Jorge!
SLIC Network Solutions is installing fiber optic cable throughout town and will be offering hi-speed broadband services very soon!
The Town of Long Lake Parks and Rec Department will be building a portable kiosk to display local business information at the Long Lake Town Beach this summer.

Prize Winning News!
Long Lake was awarded a New York State Waterfront Revitalization Grant along with Potsdam and Tupper Lake. There will be a three year time frame to design and implement some exciting and fresh changes. Plans include replacing the concrete Town Dock, improved street lighting for downtown, beach improvements, and boardwalk along the waterfront as well as a wifi hub at the LL Town Beach and plans to finally launch webcams.

Long Lake is a partnering with the Empire State Winter Games for 2016 as a site for a snowmobile race, more to be announced.

Long Lake plans to start work on a Horse Barn / water station to complement the horse trails opening in the Essex Chain of Lakes property accesible via trails in Newcomb and Indian Lake, NY.

The Long Lake Nature Trail will have interpretive signage written, built and installed this summer. The LL Nature trail connects the Adirondack Hotel to the Long Lake Ball Field and will be extended around the perimeter of the Long Lake Ball Field. Work will be getting underway shortly. All a continuing effort and completion of part of a 90 Miler Blueway Corridor Awarded in 2011.

Matt Burnett’s Portraits in the Wilderness is still on display. Look for more installations this summer!
The Big Easy Playboys, a Louisana Roots Cajun Band will be playing the LL Town Beach on Saturday, July 25th as part of the Decentralization Grant Funded Awards! This concert is made possible with the funds from the Decentralization program, a regrant program of the NYS Council on the Arts with support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the NYS Legislature and administered by the Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts.

Verizon Cell Phone Service is FINALLY available and working well, along with AT&T in Cell phone service in downtown Long Lake!

Bernice Ende, the Long Lady Rider in Long Lake

Bernice Ende is midway through an 8000 mile, two and a half year international horseback ride from Montana, through New York State, the Adirondacks, including Long Lake and she is on her way north to Ogdensburg where she will have the horses vetted for clearance to start her journey across Canada and eventually to the Pacific Coast.

I catch up with Bernice as she arrives in downtown Long Lake.  We communicated in February about her visit, but she doesn't travel with cell phone or computer, so it was anyone's guess when she'd get here.

I catch up with Bernice as she arrives in downtown Long Lake. We communicated in February about her visit, but she doesn’t travel with cell phone or computer, so it was anyone’s guess when she’d get here.

This Lady Long Rider travels with two horses, Essie Pearl, a 15 year old Norwegian Fjord mare and Montana Spirit a 7 year old Norwegian Fjord, Percheron mare. She traveled into Long Lake on Monday, April 13th after wintering in Fort Edward and making overnight pit stops in North Creek and Minerva. She started traveling after the winter weather started to recede. She is traveling slowly, easing back into her routine having taken a few months off during the winter season. She anticipates traveling about 20 miles a day and picking up her pace as she regains her momentum and overall riding stamina. She’s looking forward to arriving in Ogdensburg by the end of this week for a veterinarian check, vaccines and paperwork so the horses will be welcome into Canada. She aims to be crossing the Canadian Rockies by August.

Bernice visits with Long Lake resident Greg Foster.  They met in 2014 as Bernice was traveling through the southern Adirondacks in the summer time.

Bernice visits with Long Lake resident Greg Foster. They met in 2014 as Bernice was traveling through the southern Adirondacks in the summer time.

This 8000 mile ride will connect her coast to coast and she’s not sure it’s ever been done before. She travels without cell phone or computer and often relies on the kindness and generosity of strangers as she travels, whether its hauling her gear to her next overnight location, or providing hay and feed until she moves further on. Bernice started her long-riding in 2005 and has been hooked ever since, logging in over 25,000 miles total.

Norwegian Fjord mare Essie enjoying some recently uncovered grass near Helms Aero Service

Norwegian Fjord mare Essie enjoying some recently uncovered grass near Helms Aero Service

She’s a spirited woman, with tons of enthusiasm, curiosity and energy. She started the trek in 2014 to celebrate 100 years of women’s voting rights in Montana. She’s truly enjoyed the hospitality and friendliness of the Adirondacks and hopes to return.

To find out more about Bernice Ende and her travels see her website at www.endeofthetrail.com

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Vintage Bugatti’s spotted in Long Lake, NY

September in the Adirondacks is the best time to explore. There are no bugs, it is still relatively warm (with a few frost warnings sprinkled here and there) and the developing fall foliage makes any drive more pleasurable. The roads are quieter, the restaurants are open, the stores aren’t crowded and the scenery is just as pleasing if not more so with the backdrop of the colors.

Today a group of Vintage Bugatti’s traveled through town. Messages came in from friends from other areas via FB photos, “wow, check out these amazing vintage cars! They are heading north, be on the look out.” Sure enough after being notified through the modern world of email, Facebook and other social measures, the LL Parks and Rec staff kept our eyes peeled out our office windows just waiting to see what all the fuss is about.

Bugatti rounds the corner by Hoss's in Long Lake NY on NYS Route 30.

Bugatti rounds the corner by Hoss’s in Long Lake NY on NYS Route 30.

“Um, what’s a Bugatti? Is it a watch?” Someone asked… “really? no.” So I googled it. Why not? What is the Bugatti after all?

Wikipedia reports: “Automobiles Ettore Bugatti was a French car manufacturer of high-performance automobiles, founded in 1909 in the then German city of Molsheim, Alsace by Italian-born Ettore Bugatti. Bugatti cars were known for their design beauty (Ettore Bugatti was from a family of artists and considered himself to be both an artist and constructor) and for their many race victories. Famous Bugattis include the Type 35 Grand Prix cars, the Type 41 “Royale”, the Type 57 “Atlantic” and the Type 55 sports car.”

NYS Route 30 is a stop on the Adirondack Trail, part of the Adirondack Scenic Byway.

NYS Route 30 is a stop on the Adirondack Trail, part of the Adirondack Scenic Byway.

Comments from the roadside crowd, wondering what all the fuss was about could be heard, “wow, that steering wheel is on the wrong side.” “What is making that racket?” as the cars revved and honked to enthusiastic passers by.

Even though they didn’t stop and park for a prime photo op when we were out there, many of the cars slowed down so we could catch a photo.

It’s a great weekend in Long Lake and one never knows what you’ll see.

Upcoming this weekend:

Antiques Weekend at the Adirondack Museum, in Blue Mountain Lake and in Indian Lake
Long Boat Regatta and 1911 Old Town War Canoe Dedication at the Long Lake Town Beach, Saturday, September 20th at 10:45am.

Foliage Report:

Developing. Swamp maples are red, and others are starting to pick up the pace.

Vote Yes Prop 4! Election Day

The voters decide on Tuesday, November 5th.

Have you heard about the Fall Photo Contest?  Submit entries by Oct 18th to longlakephotocontest@gmail.com

A View from Raquette Lake in Township 40

Vote Yes on Prop 4.

Since the 1800’s, Adirondack land titles in “Township 40” in Hamilton County’s Town of Long Lake and Raquette Lake have been confused by conflicting claims amongst the State and both public and private owners including the school, firehouse, waste transfer station, utility station, marina, businesses and homes – 216 parcels in all.

Please join us in completing 10 years of work by our State legislators, Hamilton County legislators and officials, DEC, the Attorney General’s Office, Town of Long Lake officials, Adirondack environmental groups and private citizens in this effort to clear this legal tangle and add to the Forest Preserve at no cost to the taxpayer.

Article excerpt from: http://www.syracuse.com/news/index.ssf/2013/11/you_decide_should_the_state_stop_trying_to_take_adirondack_school_homes_and_busi.html
By Marnie Eisenstadt | meisenstadt@syracuse.com

When David Bull retired from teaching Earth science at Henninger High School, he planned to build a modest house on a piece of land he bought in 1980 along Raquette Lake in the Adirondacks.

Bull, now retired for more decade, still doesn’t have his retirement home. That’s because when he tried to get a loan to build on the land, he found out the state was claiming it, too, owned the property.

“It’s a nightmare situation no one should have to deal with,” said Bull, who lives in Manlius. He has property records going back to the late 1800s. None of them show that the state had any claim.

Here all links directing you to the numerous videos, endorsements and information regarding Proposition 4.

NY Times Endorsement

Daily News Online


Youtube Video Explains The Prop 4 Township 40 Story

Township 40 Info

Newsday

Democrat and Chronicle

Times Union

Adirondack Daily Enterprise

New York Times Century Old Adirondack Land Dispute

NRDC Endorsement

NY State of Politics

Adirondack Wild

NYLCV

NYSAC

WKTV Prop 4 End Century Long Conflict

Lockport Journal

Vote Yes for the Adirondacks

WHMT VideoNYLCV Eco Politics Daily

Buffalo News

Letter to Editor Democrat & Chronicle

Watertown Daily News

THERE’S PLENTY ON THE LINE IN TUESDAY’S VOTE (Editorial)
Poughkeepsie Journal (Poughkeepsie, NY)
November 3, 2013

The Poughkeepsie Journal editorial board writes that the Adirondack ballot propositions are worthy of passage.
Poughkeepsie Journal

2 ADIRONDACK LAND SWAPS PROPOSALS ON BALLOT
NCPR.org (Canton, NY)
November 4, 2013

Reporter Karen DeWitt reports that Proposition 5 has divided New York’s environmental community, with Protect the Adirondacks and Adirondack Wild on the “no” side and the Adirondack Mountain Club, the Adirondack Council and state DEC Commissioner Joe Martens on the “yes” side. Of note: WAMC in Albany and WXXI in Rochester also ran this story.
NCPR.org

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ZAINO: BALLOT INITIATIVES UNFAIR TO VOTERS
Newsday (New York, NY)
November 1, 2013

Writer Jeanne Zaino, professor of political science at Iona College and of political campaign management at New York University, asks why voters in the New York metro area are asked to vote on Adirondack issues that have nothing to do with them and would be better left to those affected.

Jeanne Zaino

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GENERAL ELECTION ENDORSEMENTS 2013
ArtVoice (Buffalo, NY)
November 3, 2013

Writer Alan Bedenko writes that Proposition 4 and 5 should be approved.
Art Voice

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OUR 2013 ENDORSEMENTS
Democrat & Chronicle (Rochester, NY)
November 4, 2013

The Democrat & Chronicle editorial board lists its endorsements for 2013, including its backing of Proposition 4, the Township 40 settlement, and Proposition 5, the Adirondack Land Swap.
Democrat & Chronicle

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SETTLING LAND’S FATE IN QUEENS (Column)
Times Union (Albany, NY)
November 2, 2013

Columnist Fred LeBrun writes that Proposition 5, the Adirondack Land Swap, and Proposition 4, the Township 40 settlement, are well-thought-out solutions to difficult problems that will prove to be a huge gain for the forest preserve and, in the case of Proposition 5, will save 100 jobs. Voters should approve Proposition 4 and Proposition 5.
Times Union

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THE LEGISLATURE ASKS PERMISSION – SIX TIMES: SHALL WE GIVE IT?
City & State (Albany, NY)
November 4, 2013

Writer Gerald Benjamin, a professor of political science at SUNY New Paltz, writes that he is supporting Propositions 4 and 5, the Township 40 settlement and the Adirondack Land Swap.
City & State, Albany NY

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THE OTHER NEW YORK STATE BALLOT PROPOSALS
Metro (New York, NY)
November 3, 2013

Reporter Anna Sanders reports that voters in New York face six constitutional amendments on Tuesday’s ballot. She details each one and discusses what supporters and opponents are saying about the measures.
Metro New York

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VOTE ‘YES’ ON STATE PROPOSAL NO. 4, ADIRONDACKS LAND ISSUE (Editorial)
Newsday (New York, NY)
November 1, 2013

The Newsday editorial board writes that voters should vote yes on Proposition 4, the Township 40 settlement.
Newsday

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A DEEPER LOOK AT THE ADIRONDACK LAND SWAP PROPOSALS
NCPR.org (Canton, NY)
November 4, 2013

Reporter Brian Mann reports there’s confusion and some controversy over the two Adirondack constitutional amendments.
Brian Mann Reports on Land Swap Proposals

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PROPOSAL PROPAGANDA PROLIFERATES
Post-Star (Glens Falls, NY)
November 4, 2013

Editor Will Doolittle blogs that is has been impressive to see the opposition to Proposition 5, the Adirondack Land Swap, considering the same groups are supporting Proposition 4, the Township 40 settlement, which for all intents and purposes is doing exactly the same thing.

Post Star

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PATAKI HELPS GET OUT THE VOTE FOR PROP 4
Legislative Gazette (Albany, NY)
November 4, 2013

Reporter Kelly Fay reports that former Gov. George Pataki has joined advocates in publicly supporting Proposition 4 and Proposition 5, the Township 40 settlement and Adirondack Land Swap ballot proposals.Governor Pataki Supports Prop 4

The Buffalo News Editorial Board is recommending a YES vote on Prop 4.

The Watertown News Editorial Board is recommending a YES vote on Prop 4.

The Executive Director of the NYS Snowmobilers Association has recommended to all of their members that they vote YES on Prop 4.

The NYS Realtors Association has a statewide convention this coming week and will recommend to all of their members that they vote YES on Prop 4.

The New York Times Editorial Board has recommended a YES vote on Prop 4

Also recommending a YES on Prop 4: The Albany Times Union, the Gloversville Leader Herald, the Dunkirk Observer, the Daily News (covering Genesee, Wyoming, Orleans), Denton Publications (north country paper), Post Journal Jamestown and Gale Brewer, a Democrat who’s running for Manhattan Borough President (on a web site for her) Gale Brewer

Essex Chain of Lakes Now Open to Public Adirondacks

PLEASE NOTE: THIS BLOG POST WAS MADE IN 2013. THERE IS NOW AN UPDATED MAP COURTESY OF NYSDEC. DO NOT PARK ON PRIVATE PROPERTY.

Governor Cuomo has announced that the Essex Chain of Lakes is now open to the public for the first time in 100 years. That’s the headline.

For those of us in the Five Towns of Newcomb, Indian Lake, North Hudson, Minerva and Long Lake, we say… WELCOME! Come on in and we’re glad you’re here and let us tell you how to get there from here.

From Long Lake – travel east on 28N to Newcomb, NY for approx 13 miles. Make a right on Pine Tree Road and then another right onto Goodnow Flow Road. Travel on Goodnow Flow Road approx 7 miles. Keep your eyes peeled for official DEC signage and kiosks to direct you to access and parking. It will be like the Robert Frost poem where you see two roads diverged in a woods… Do you want to go to the Hudson? Or do you want to hit up Deer Pond and do some paddling? Choose your own adventure.

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Approximately 11,600 acres of lands and waters on the Essex Chain Lakes tract in the center of the Adirondacks is now open to the public for outdoor recreation. Under an interim plan administered by the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC), the public can access these lands beginning today, October 1.

The interim plan administered by DEC allows the public to access these lands prior to the final classification of the lands and completion of a unit management plan (UMP).

Translation:

This is what is permitted on these lands starting Oct 1, 2013.
Hiking, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and horse trail riding on the many miles of former woods roads; hunting, trapping and bushwhacking on the surrounding lands; and fishing and paddling on the Essex Chain Lakes and other waters on the tract.

Paddling Access Info

Motor vehicle access is open on the Woody’s Road/Cornell Road on the adjacent conservation easement lands and on the Boots to Cornell Road on the forest preserve lands. A parking area at the location allows access to Deer Pond.

Paddlers are able to portage their canoes and kayaks about a quarter mile from the parking lot to Deer Pond. They can then paddle across Deer Pond to the landing for a half-mile portage to a put-in site on Third Lake. Paddlers can travel by water to explore First, Second, Fourth, Fifth and Seventh Lakes of the Essex Chain.

The public may only access the lands for day-use activities under the interim plan; overnight camping is prohibited at this time. Public motorized watercraft and floatplanes will not be permitted on any waterbody during the interim period.

Signs will direct the public to the open roads and parking areas, and gates have been installed on side roads to direct public motor vehicles to the Essex Chain Lakes tract and prevent trespass onto adjacent easement land. In addition, kiosks will provide maps, area regulations and information about the leaseholders’ privileges.

Leaseholder Info:
While the leaseholders on these lands no longer have exclusive use on the newly opened lands, they will retain leased rights that permit motorized access that is not available to the public. In addition, they will still have one-acre exclusive-use envelopes around their camp buildings. Leaseholders also continue to have motorized access to and from the leased camps, including snowmobiles in the winter, ATVs during mud season, and cars and trucks for the remainder of the year. ATV use by leaseholders will also be allowed on designated access roads during hunting season. Please respect leaseholder privacy.

Furthermore, leaseholders will be allowed to use boat motors of 10 horsepower or less on the Essex Chain Lakes 2nd through 6th, Jackson Pond and the Blackwell Stillwater section of the Hudson River from ice-out through June 30 and from October 1 through the end of big game rifle season. They will also be allowed to use electric motors on those waters between June 30 and October 1.

Town of Long Lake Offers Waterfront Property

The Town of Long Lake announces the offering of The Lake Eaton Camp Property Auction.

The property located at 76 Robinwood Way on Lake Eaton in the Town of Long Lake was last subject to Sale in August 2012. The property will be subject to Auction on Friday June 28, 2013.

Interested parties should contact the Long Lake Town Supervisor’s office for packets of information regarding the Property Auction Procedures by contacting 518.624.3001 or Email lakeeatoncamp@adirondackacres.com, Email lakeeatoncamp@adirondackacres.com

For more detailed information about the property please see the mylonglake.com official listing at

Waterfront Property Auction Long Lake

Long Lake