Welcome to SunderLand!

SunderLand Lakeside Cottages is a family business operated by four generations of the SunderLand family since 1950.

2022 Season | June-October

Contact us to reserve the cabin and time of your choice!

ACCEPTING RESERVATIONS

As a guest at SunderLand Lakeside Cottages, you are welcomed by four generations of the SunderLand family. Located on Paradox Lake in the beautiful Adirondacks of Upstate New York, you will be vacationing in the largest park in the lower 48 states. It is bordered by Lake Champlain, the 6th largest freshwater lake in the United States.

 

 

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The Property

  • SunderLand is secluded in a quiet cove on Paradox Lake with a gently sloping sand beach safe for young children.​

  • All cottages have lake access and are situated on varying degrees of mountainous terrain.

  • We encourage our guests to relax and "unplug" during their stay with us at SunderLand Lakeside Cottages.

  • Please inquire about our WiFi-free cottages as well as our WiFi hotspot locations located in designated areas around our property.

  • Outdoor grills are provided on the property. No other grills are permitted.

  • Sorry - no pets are allowed.

  • This is a non-smoking property. No smoking is allowed in cabins or on property.

 

 

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Recreation

  • Included in the rental price are kayaks, canoes, and rowboats are available on a first-come-first-served basis.

  • We allow small electric (3 hp) motors. No other power craft is allowed at SunderLand or docked elsewhere on the lake by SunderLand guests.

  • Nightly campfires beachside.

  • Well-marked hiking trails nearby.

  • Many area lakes, ponds, and streams for additional fishing, boating, and swimming.

  • Golf, tennis, and basketball in Schroon Lake

  • Many Adirondack sites of interest nearby

 

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Paradox Lake

Paradox Lake is an 896-acre lake located in the heart of the Adirondack Mountains in eastern upstate New York. Almost 5 miles long, and one mile wide.

Paradox Lake gets its name from the unique occurrence that happens here every spring. When the snow melts in the eastern Adirondack Mountains, it flows into Schroon River. Paradox Lakes' outlet also flows into Schroon river, but due to the sudden increase in water, the outflow is forced back, causing it to flow in reverse. 

 

It is bordered by Lake Champlain, the 6th largest freshwater lake in the United States.

 

Day Trips & Resources

Please be sure to check the websites before going as some of these attractions are temporarily closed or have instituted changes due to COVID-19.