Shamrock Motel & Cottages
Journey’s End Cottages
Sandy Point Motel
Motel Long Lake
The lodging properties are open and ready for you. Memorial Day was the kick-off and property owners began the task of opening their doors for customers for the long holiday weekend.
Spend the night, weekend, week or longer!
Do book a stay at one of our traditional lodgings now open. Check them out at
We are ready to go with desirable, affordable comfort, hospitality and lake side lodgings in our local motel rooms, cottages and cabins. Many places are offering a no-contact check in and some changes to their overall operations in order to keep your stay as safe as possible. The best part of a visit to Long Lake and Raquette Lake is definitely the fresh air, the great outdoors and waterways just outside your lodging room door.
If you are traveling to our area – welcome, we are glad you are here. Everyone wants to know what the rules and regulations are?
We ask our visitors to be mindful of others, be patient and follow the Best Practice guidelines as we continue re-open. And please, ask questions if you need more guidance.
Do watch your health
· Be alert for symptoms. Watch for fever, cough, shortness of breath, or other symptoms of COVID-19.
· Take your temperature if symptoms develop.
· Practice social distancing. Maintain 6 feet of distance from others, and do your best to stay out of crowded places.
· Currently in NYS gatherings are no more than 10 people to a group.
· Please wear a mask inside our local businesses and when you are less than six feet away from others.
· Wash your hands frequently and use hand sanitizer. We’ve provided hand sanitizer to our local businesses so be on the lookout when you visit.
Raquette Lake Supply
Do visit our local merchants.
Our stores are open. Don’t miss a stop at Hoss’s, the ADK Trading Post, Another Paradise Cove, Northern Borne, Stewart’s Shops and Raquette Lake Supply for all the essentials. Everyone is working hard keeping everyone safe, and the doors are open. All the business owners just ask that you please wear a mask when entering the store or if you are less than 6 feet away from others.
Stop on by for goodies, souvenirs, fishing licenses, bait, food, snacks, t-shirts, clothing, outdoor gear and more.
Adk Trading Post
EAT! A Lot!
On Thursday June 4th our restaurants were permitted to seat customers in their outdoor dining areas. Restaurants have prepped their porches and decks with tables spaced six feet apart. Menus are bulging with unique offerings and specials with a traditional array of eats and beverages to entice everyone. Standard pub fare from homemade pizza, Buffalo wings, burgers, steak sandwiches, lobster rolls, Italian dishes to grilled, broiled, roasted and Fried Chicken specials, Taco Tuesday’s and Fish Fry Friday’s and ice cream. Our outdoor dining and take-out options in our little corner of the world are everything you need for your stay and beyond.
Want current updates on who’s open? Check out our Local Updates pages – updated daily.https://mylonglake.com/local-updates/
As we have started to see visitors return and come in for long weekends our lodgings are open and you will find we are ready to accept visitors. We ask our guests to do the best you can do and follow the directives by each individual property.
We are grateful we have so many open spaces! We also have lots of small local businesses that will be happy to welcome you and offer take out and groceries and no-contact social distancing shopping.
See you soon!
Raquette Lake Tap Room
Adirondack Growl & Grub
The Park Long Lake
The Cellar Restaurant and Pub Long Lake
The Long Lake Diner
Donnelly’s Sunset Point
Ali Baba’s Liquor Store
Raquette Lake Preservation Foundation
Warren/Hamilton County Nutrition Site
Raquette Lake Supply
Cover Photo by Instagram@dirtandglass
Courtesy of Motel Long Lake
Special Thanks to all our Essential Businesses that Stayed Open during the Stay Home PAUSE orders.
Community Bank, NA with no-contact banking
Warren / Hamilton County Office of the Aging Meals on Wheels
Hoss’s Country Corner for no-contact groceries
ADK Trading Post for no-contact groceries
Ali Babas Liquor Store & Laundromat
Northern Needles and Volunteers for making masks!
Long Lake Transfer Station
Raquette Lake Transfer Station
Long Lake Central School Teachers & Chef Karl Geiger and his amazing staff and all the drivers for door to door delivering food to our students!
The Teaching Staff and Noelle Short for their continued commitment to the LLCS students
Adirondack Hotel for Takeout and delivery of Saturday Meals for our most vulnerable population.
The Long Lake Lions Club for their financial support for the Saturday Meal delivery
The Cellar Restaurant and Pub
The Long Lake Diner/Owls Head Pub and their Random Act of Kindness Gift Certificate promotions for our Essential Workers
The Long Lake Post Office and Kim! And Jim Jennings and Bruce, Virginia and Skip for delivering the mail, packages and keeping everything running
Raquette Lake Post Office for letting us put out masks, posters and delivering packages!
Hamilton County Highway Department
Long Lake Highway Crews
Long Lake Water Department
Town of Long Lake
Long Lake Rescue Squad
Long Lake Fire Department
Raquette Lake Volunteer Fire Department
Raquette Lake Ambulance Squad
NYSEG & National Grid for keeping on the power
SLIC & Frontier for our INTERWEBS!
UPS and Gene
Our Fed Ex Drivers
Raquette Lake Tap Room
Raquette Lake Supply
The Long Lake Beach Bathrooms
To everyone else who closed their doors due to state requirements, we thank you for waiting out the storm! Now that we can turn on the valve and re-open our businesses, let’s stay and support our local businesses, the life-blood of our small town communities.
Camping –New York State has authorized the NYSDEC Camprounds to be open, but as of this writing, we don’t have confirmation as to when we can expect our area campgrounds to be open and ready to go. We know they have to staff-up, and get reservations in order in line and as soon as we know, we’ll let you know.
And if we forgot anyone please feel free to email a photo and update to firstname.lastname@example.org
From NYS Department of Health
Local Health Departments (LHDs) must utilize the following definitions in determining whether or not to institute a mandatory or precautionary quarantine:
· Person has been in close contact (6 ft.) with someone who is positive but is not displaying symptoms for COVID-19.
· Person has traveled to China, Iran, Japan, South Korea or Italy and is displaying symptoms of COVID-19.
· Person has tested positive for COVID-19, whether or not displaying symptoms for COVID-19.
· LHDs must immediately issue an order for Mandatory Quarantine or Isolation once notified, which shall be served on the person impacted.
· Precautionary Quarantine- Person meets one or more of the following criteria:
· Has traveled to China, Iran, Japan, South Korea or Italy while COVID-19 was prevalent, but is not displaying symptoms.
· Proximate exposure to a positive person but has not had direct contact with a positive person and is not displaying symptoms.
· Any person the Local Health Department believes should be quarantined that is not addressed through the interim guidelines, should contact the Department of Health.
Hamilton County Department of Public Health 518-648-5497 or email:
Erica Mahoney email@example.com
Hamilton County Public Health and the North Country Chamber of Commerce have provided our area businesses with numerous webinars helping illuminate all the safety protocols, expectations and more just to help owners get a handle on how to greet the public while meeting safety protocols. Our businesses are working hard to go above and beyond the expectations!