About the Cottages
Curry's is one of the oldest family run businesses in Hamilton County, It was started in the early 1900's by David and Katherine Curry, a lumberman and his wife, the school teacher at the one room, Blue Mt. schoolhouse. It is now managed by Robert Curry and Carrie with the help of 5th generation son , Kyle and daughter, Reed.
Blue Mountain Lake is a hamlet, part of the Town of Indian Lake, in the very central portion of the Adirondack Park. Don't let the towns small size discourage though, the possibilities are endless. Hiking, fishing, RELAXING, and boating, you can do it all. Even if the weather isn't so nice, there are a number of local museums and other destinations that serve as perfect rainy day activities. The Adirondack Experience, located in Blue Mountain, provides excellent information on all things Adirondack. The Wild Center, Tupper Lake, N.Y., offers a great place to learn about the natural history of the Adirondack Park.
Curry's is very boater friendly. You can use our canoe, kayak and sun-fish, or bring your own boat. We have a boat launch, boat dock, and separate boat only beach. It should be noted that Blue Mountain Lake does have a no jet ski policy. Boaters can enjoy access to many of the islands on Blue Mountain Lake, as well as access to Eagle and Utiwonna Lakes. All three lakes are accessible by ski boat, and are well marked. Paddlers that are more adventurous can take the Marion River at the end of Utowana Lake to Raquette Lake. A canoe route can be followed to Old Forge or Saranac Lake. Power boat rentals and gas can be found at the local marina. Blue Mountain Lake is a relatively small lake, so some larger boats may be to large. All boats entering Blue Mountain Lake must be clean and free of any plant or aquatic life.
There are miles of hiking trails in the immediate vicinity of Curry's Cottages. Nearby Castle Rock and Blue Mountain provide panoramic views of Blue Mountain Lake and the surrounding area. Blue Mountain Lake is just a short drive from the high peaks, were the 46 highest peaks in New York State are located. More information can be found at: Adirondacks.com We have a local hiking map available.
Nearby Hikes Include:
Curry's Cottages is located on the beautiful shore of Blue Mountain Lake in the central Adirondack Mountains region. We have seven housekeeping cottage rental units - one, two and or three bedrooms. Our season runs from early June until early October. During peak season, July and August, weekly rentals are reserved from Saturday to Saturday. We will rent for a 2 night min. stay if a cottage is vacant.
We do allow pets
*Contact us about our pet policy*
Things to Note
Grocery stores are hard to come by in the Adirondacks. Besides a few local gas stations the nearest grocery store is nearly an hour drive from Blue Mountain. There is a farm truck that comes once weekly where farm fresh produce can be purchased. From the lack of grocery stores in the area we recommend you stop at one of the larger grocery stores to stock up. Below is a list of the grocery stores and their distance from Curry's.
Basic Grocer— Long Lake, N.Y. (15 min.)
Tops— North Creek, N.Y (40 min.)
Shaheens— Tupper Lake, N.Y. (45 min.)
Big M— Old Forge, N.Y. ( 45 min.)
Price Chopper-- Warrensburg, NY (45 min.)
Price Chopper/Hannaford— Lake Placid, N.Y. (1hr)
Price Chopper / Hannaford— Glens Falls, N.Y (1hr 15 min)
Price Chopper / Hannaford— Utica, N.Y. (1hr 30 min)
Curry's and Blue Mountain Lake is home to a number of yearly event and workshops.
Toward the end of summer the Adirondack Experience sponsors the Rustic Furniture and Antique shows. Vendors line the streets selling their goods. Event website
The fall also brings about a paddling club and workshop. Please visit their website for further information. Event website
The first day of the great 3 day 90 Miler canoe race through the Adks. ends on our beach.
If you would like to host a group or workshop at Curry's feel free to contact us with questions.
For more information on workshops and events that are coming to Blue Mountain, please vist the Adirondack Lake Center for the Arts.
The Indian Lake Chamber of Commerce is a great resource for information on events and information on the Blue Mountain Lake Area.
- Blue Mountian
- Castle Rock
- Goodnow Mountain
- Owls Head Mountain
- Snowy Mountain
- Sawyer Mountain
- Wilson Pond
- Tirrell Pond
- Rock Pond
- Rock Lake
- Stephens Pond
- Cascade Pond