Smaller Lakes, Ponds & Rivers in the Adirondacks
Our region offers many options for vacation and year-round homes on the water! The Lower Adirondack Lakes region offers many pristine bodies of water that provide peace, privacy and play time!
At Gallo Realty, we are intimately familiar with the types of Lower Adirondack waterfront properties available in our area. There are dozens of smaller lakes, ponds, rivers and streams to choose from, whether you’re looking for the perfect getaway from a busy home and work life, or your dream is to live here. Let us help you find your perfect destination!
Here are just a few other smaller lakes, ponds and rivers that offer waterfront living in the Adirondacks:
Paradox is a 4-mile long, spring fed Adirondack lake just north of Schroon. Paradox is known for great fishing, with a number of different species including trout, bass, pike and pikerel. With crystal clear water and a beautiful landscape, Paradox has been a historic summer destination for generations.
The Schroon River (pronounced like “skroon”, not “shroon”) is a tributary of the Hudson River. It flows nearly 68 miles from Underwood (about 10 miles north of North Hudson NY) and ends in Warrensburg just a few miles south of Chestertown. The river itself runs through the towns of North Hudson, Schroon, Chester, Bolton, and Warrensburg.
The river offers recreation for the whole family. Swimming, tubing, rafting and fishing, with trout, smallmouth bass and perch. There are both year-round and riverfront vacation homes for sale on the Schroon River.
Non-Motorboat Crystal Lake, Valentine Pond, Tripp Lake
For those looking for a true Adirondack experience, Crystal Lake and Valentine Pond offer a uniquely North Country experience. Motorized boats and jet skis are prohibited on these lakes, ensuring that the only sound you’ll hear are those that are meant to be there. Tripp Lake is a small private lake located near a golf course, offering a community feel and family-friendly environment.
Learn more about other Lower Adirondack Lakes and our region here: