Saranac Lake Marina
The closest boat launch is located approximately 2 miles south on Rt 3. "Lower Saranac Lake - Second Pond"
Canoeing and Kayaking
Alpenglow is pleased to offer our guests access to 2 canoes and 3 kayaks (May through October). Hug the 17 miles of shoreline or head straight out from the property to explore some of Lower Saranac Lake's 50 islands. Be on the lookout for a Bald Eagle soaring over head!
Featuring one of the only expansive sandy beaches on all of Lower Saranac Lake, Alpenglow is the perfect location for both children and adults to swim. Relax on the level lawn or the beach, and then wade into the crystal clear and refreshing water. Children can splash around in water that gradually deepens from about 1 foot to 3 feet from the shoreline to the docks, while parents comfortably supervise from the lawn, or join in on the fun!
Water Skiing, Slalom, Wake Boarding, and Tubing
At 6 miles long and 2 miles wide, there is plenty of water to enjoy! No boat? The Saranac Marina offers lessons for beginners and tours for experienced riders.
Species: Northern Pike, Walleye, Yellow Perch, Smelt, Rainbow Trout, Bass, Largemouth Bass
Largemouth bass season opens the third Saturday in June to November 30 and the daily limit is five with a minimum length of 12 inches. Largemouth bass might be the most popular game fish of all. This lake has an average depth of 28 feet and a maximum depth of 50 feet.