Name: Norridgewock Hotel
Business Description: Established in 1911, the Lodge is known for its remote Beaver River location, water and mountain sports, spectacular fall foliage, and winter fun. No roads reach us! Beaver River is surrounded by “forever wild” lands of the Adirondack State Park. People visit The Norridgewock by boat, car ferry, float plane, or snowmobile. You can also hike from Twitchell Lake, or ski from Big Moose or Stillwater. Our lakeside resort offers four cabins and four motel rooms. We can accommodate up to 30 people. The Norridgewock also has a restaurant serving three meals a day, as well as a fully stocked tavern. Our general store sells dry goods, ice and Adirondack gifts to remember your Beaver River visit. The Norridgewock Lodge is the perfect place for those seeking a non-commercial, yet comfortable vacation in the wilderness.
Address:150 Norridgewock Lake Road
Randy Freeman is a winter sports enthusiast based in Copenhagen, New York. He has spent years exploring the ski slopes and snowmobile trails of Upstate New York and is an expert on the best spots for skiing, snowboarding, and other winter activities. In his free time, Randy enjoys photography and videography, which he uses to capture the beauty of the winter landscape and share it with others. He’s the author of many articles, and the creator of this website that aims to help other winter sports enthusiasts plan their next adventure.