"An Oasis in the Wilderness"

Spring


Stillwater Reservoir offers some of the finest Small-Mouth Bass fishing in the East! Brook Trout can be found in the many streams that flow into the reservoir and Lake Trout in the deeper lakes around Beaver River.

Summer


Swimming, kayaking and canoeing are permitted on the entire 128 miles of shoreline that border the Stillwater Reservoir. Kayaks, canoes and rowboats are free of charge when renting one of our cabins on Norridgewock Lake. We also have a small motorboat that is available for rent on a daily basis.


Beaver River has many miles of dirt roads that are perfect for biking. You may bring your bike on the "Wilderness Cruise" and explore Beaver River this way.


Beaver River is also a starting point for hiking into the Five Ponds and the Pepperbox Wilderness areas. The wilderness classification strictly prohibits the use of any motorized vehicles and thus offers a unique opportunity for a true wilderness experience.


"Hike 'N Cruise" - Hike in from Twitchell Lake (7 miles) to Beaver River and enjoy lunch at our lodge, then take the Wilderness Cruise back to Stillwater. A car can be left in Stillwater or arrange for a pick up back to Twitchell Lake trailhead.


"Cruise 'N Snooze" - Special package includes narrated cruise, lunch on arrival, dinner, overnight stay and hearty breakfast. Choice of departure times the next day are 11:00 am or 3:30 pm.


169.00 (plus tax) - double occupancy


** Must mention this package when booking. **

Autumn


Fall in Beaver River is a spectacular display of color and incredible scenery. Peak color in most of the central Adirondacks occurs during the last week or two in September. However you will still find the color to be quite nice in the weeks before and after peak color. The Wilderness Cruise runs Saturdays and Sundays through Columbus Day weekend.


The hamlet of Beaver River is completely surrounded by "forever wild" state land. Therefore creating the perfect place to stay and hunt. Imagine heading out at the crack of dawn, hunting all day and coming back to your cabin to enjoy a drink at cocktail hour and dinner by the fire in our dining room. Of course you can always prepare your own meals in your fully equipped kitchen in your cabin.


Hunting Season dates for 2011:


Whitetail Deer
Bowhunting-Sept.27-Oct.21
Regular-Oct.22-Dec.4
Muzzleloader-Oct.15-21


Black Bear
Early-Sept.17-Oct.14
Bow-Sept.27-Oct.21
Muzzleloader-Oct.5-Oct.21
Regular-Oct.22-Dec.4



 

Winter


Enjoy a winter adventure vacation! Traverse frozen rivers and lakes, explore mountain peaks and trails. Discover our hidden lakeside lodge.


Come to the Norridgewock after a great day of riding, and relax in our cocktail lounge, or enjoy a delicious meal in front of the fire.  Visit our gift shop, play a little pool, and perhaps stay a night in one of our snug cabins. Hundreds of miles of groomed trails stretch out all around us to create the finest snowmobiling network in the eastern United States. Trail #C7 and #C8 are right out our back door! Trailhead parking in is Big Moose or Stillwater.


You can also cross country ski or snowshoe to the Norridgewock along groomed snowmobile trails or if you are adventurous-make your own path in the serene wilderness. It is just under 10 miles from the nearest car parking.  Transportation can also be provided by us! Take in the winter scenery with a ride in one of our Snow Cats!


"SKI N' STAY" - Come enjoy all Beaver River has to offer in the winter! An all inclusive package that includes transportation to the Norridgewock, homemade dinner special, over night accommodations and hearty Adirondack breakfast.


$190.00(plus tax) - for double occupancy...


** Must mention this package when booking. **

 

 

 

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