Our favorite places to stay
Peter Weyrauch is your host at "Chateau Versailles" and when not hosting guests can likely be found down at the marina racing J24s or crewing for SAIL Adirondacks. This large home sits on a hill on Spring Street with gorgeous Lake Champlain and Green Mountain views. The house is also a gallery space for the renowned photography of your host Peter and is filled with other art as well. The house has a huge library/sitting/common room with gas fireplace. The guest rooms and much of the house have recently been tastefully renovated. Tons of off street parking with the capability to handle trailers, boats and RVs.
Bob and Colleen Farmer are the new owners of the Sara Placid located on Rte 86 in Saranac Lake. Bob and Colleen are friends of SAIL Adirondacks and will put you up in style at the S&P. They are in an ideal vacation spot situated just east of the Olympic village of Lake Placid and 14 miles from our Upper Saranac Lake base access point. The motel is walking distance to downtown Saranac Lake and a very short walk to a variety of great dining. Lake Flower is just across the street where there is public access to docks for launching canoes, kayaks or paddle boards.
Newly furnished, beautiful, bright rooms offered at affordable prices. In the heart of Port Henry just up the hill from Port Henry Marina and above the Redbrick Café.
Our friend Robin Calkins is your host at the Robin’s Nest on Franklin Avenue in Saranac Lake. The nest is centrally located in Saranac Lake and walking distance to great food and drink downtown and about a two mile drive to Saranac Lake Marina.
A completely refreshed, historic city hotel surrounded by the wilds of the Adirondacks is what you’ll find at Hotel Saranac. Our amenities start with all the essential services you’d expect of a high-end modern hotel – and end with some little surprises that make your stay memorable.
is a boat access only campground that provides miles and miles of boater recreation and direct access to four other lakes through a set of locks which allow your vessel to be raised or lowered to the right water level. The SAIL Adirondacks family grew up on this lake, using this campground. We simply can not recommend spending time here highly enough. Coupled with the ability to camp on selected island sites, being able to fish for your dinner after hours of sailing might make you want to stay here forever. The public access is just 7 miles from our Upper Saranac Lake Base at the Old Dock Road.