Raquette Lake Winter Carnival
February 19 – 20, 2022

Saturday 11am Kids Games on Village Green 12pm Ladies Frying Pan Toss 2pm Golf on the Lake 7pm Fireworks Sunday 9-11:30 Pancakes 12pm Crosscut & Chainsaw Competition

Mike Norris Ice Fishing Derby
Saturday, January 29, 2022

Pre-registration and Day-of-event-registration will be electronic via this link:
Registration Form

Payments will be collected either in the form of check or cash the morning of the event.

Day of Event: PLEASE NOTE: In compliance with NYS guidelines, social distancing and face masks will be required. Since capacity will be limited, all attendees should be prepared for potential extended waiting periods at the weigh-in station.

Registration Fees: Adult $30, Junior $10 (Ages 17 and under)
A Waiver/Release Form will accompany a confirmation email upon registration. Please return via email and/or bring to the registration table on event day.
Check In: will begin at 6:00 AM at the Raquette Lake Fire Department hall. A bagged continental breakfast will be provided. A badge will be issued to participants with registration information and a unique QR code for scanning participants as checked in.

Weigh-in’s: will be 1 participant at a time at the firehall. Please be patient and we will get anglers back to fishing as soon as possible. All weigh-in’s will be recorded electronically, and a leaderboard will be made available via a tv screen at the hall and displayed on our Facebook Group.

50/50: All adults will be entered automatically for 5 tickets as part of their registration fee.

Door Prizes: Door prizes will be picked throughout the event with winners being posted via a tv screen at the hall and on our Facebook Group. All prizes drawn will be available for pick up at the registration table(s) throughout the day.
Facilities: The firehall will only be available for volunteers and 1-person entry for weighing fish. Portable toilets have been donated by KG Septic & Sewer and will be placed outside the fire hall.

T-Shirts – Long Sleeve Orange Fish & Game $20/each. Limited sizes will be available at the event.

Additional questions may be emailed to rlfandgclub@gmail.com

Thank you,
Gary Miller, President ~ Michael Lamphear, Vice President ~ Karen Lamphear, Treasurer & Lynn Coffey, Secretary


How much do you love Raquette Lake?  Help us make a user generated gallery of your favorite summer photos of Raquette Lake!  We will post them on the official Raquette Lake page, and share them on our website and galleries and marketing, with credit!  Help us showcase why Raquette Lake is your favorite place in the world by sharing your photos! 



July 4th, 2021

FIREWORKS AT DUSK in Raquette Lake, NY

Enjoy a Fireworks display from the comfort of your home, boat, or along the shore of Raquette Lake. The echoes and lights across the mountains return

We asked and you delivered!  Thank you!  Check out this user-generated gallery made by YOU!  Have photos to contribute to the Summer 2020 gallery of Raquette Lake? We’d love to see them!  Link to the gallery up loader is right above this!  Scroll up!  Thanks to everyone for sharing their photos! 


Welcome to  Raquette Lake, NY a small community packed with exciting events, information, fun and interesting people. 

Raquette Lake boasts 99 miles of shoreline, making it the largest natural lake in the Adirondacks. With 80% of the shoreline owned by the State of New York and constitutionally Forever Wild, those seeking a wilderness experience won’t be disappointed. Couple the breathking scenery and outdoor recreation opportunities with the fascinating history of Raquette Lake and you’ve got a must-visit destination.


Whether it’s boating, fishing, camping or hiking, Raquette Lake boasts all of it. Raquette Lake is also the birthplace of the Great Camps Architecture. William West Durant, the developer and entrepreneur, envisioned luxurious rustic estates to rejuvenate in the healthy mountain air. Adirondack Great Camps, Pine Knot, Uncas and Sagamore are three extraordinary places showcasing Durant’s vision. A visit to Raquette Lake is truly stepping back into a traditional way of life, but with elegant dining, great camps and a beautiful lake, Raquette Lake has something for everyone.

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