Activities right "On the Property"

BIRDING

black capped chickadee, year round birding opportunities here

FISHING

fly-fisher in the cool waters of the St. Regis River

KAYAKING

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Enjoy our 80 acre parcel in a perfectly private setting. Our property is the perfect place for fly-fishing, paddling or bird watching. There are over three miles of marked private trails for hiking, skiing, or snow-shoeing along the river and with loops into the woods.  Or, just relax and enjoy... sit around the warm firepit near the cabin, surrounded by comfortable Adirondack gliding chairs.

Birding

Add to your life list or just create beautiful photographs. Wake up to the fantastic bird activity all around you at our private location with 80 acres to explore. Take an early morning walk to view the many bird species in open field, wetland, and hemlock forest.  Boreal birds, birds of prey, perching birds, and waterfowl, there are more than 100 species of birds in the Adirondacks and we want to share them with you.

Do you have any native Adirondack species on your life list?  Contact one of these local birding experts and guides for a personalize experience...


Joan Collins:

adirondackavianexpeditions.com


Mark Manske: 

adirondackraptors.org

Adirondack Riverside Cabin's Bird List

birding at the Adirondack Riverside Cabin

Do you have any native Adirondack species on your life list?
Plan your stay with us today and add to our recent bird list.


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Canada Goose (with a tiny baby on its back!)

Ruffed Grouse 

Ruby-throated Hummingbird

Northern Flicker

Great Crested Flycatcher

Least Flycatcher

Eastern Phoebe

Blue-headed Vireo

*Red-eyed Vireo

Tree Swallow

Black-capped Chickadee

Red-breasted Nuthatch

Brown Creeper

Winter Wren

Golden-crowned Kinglet

Hermit Thrush

American Robin

Purple Finch


American Goldfinch

Chipping Sparrow

Savannah Sparrow – in the fields

Song Sparrow

White-throated Sparrow

Ovenbird

Northern Waterthrush

Black-and-white Warbler

Nashville Warbler

Common Yellowthroat

Northern Parula

Magnolia Warbler

Blackburnian Warbler

Chestnut-sided Warbler

Black-throated Blue Warbler

Pine Warbler

Yellow-rumped Warbler

Black-throated Green Warbler

Rose-breasted Grosbeak

Available year round

One night or two weeks... rent our entire Adirondack Style cabin in a perfectly private wooded 80 acre setting.

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Fishing

Fly-fishing

Our private stretch of trout river offers the fly-fisher a variety of water types for wade fishing with nymphs, streamers or dry flies.  Directly in front of the cabin is a long, wide, slow run that is perfect for floating dry flies for rainbow trout or even the occasional native brook trout.  Just upstream, you  will find some classic riffles, before an island that splits the river and holds a very deep, spring pool concentrating trout in the warmer  months. The occasional large, glacier-strewn boulders are also present  if you enjoy classic Adirondack pocket water fishing.  


Small cold spring rivulets flow year round into the main flow keeping water temps cool and the trout happy.  The fly hatches are consistent with the  usual mayfly, caddis-fly and stone-fly hatches of the Northern Slope of  the Adirondacks with exceptional hatches of grannom caddis in the  spring, large black stoneflies and white-flies (ephron Leukon) in the  summer and Isonychias in the fall.

Paddling

Kayaking

Enjoy a mile of serene flat water downstream from the cabin before serious rapids begin. Rapids begin just past the only camp (on left)  and before the small bridge.  So STOP before you reach the rapids!


There is also flat water upstream from the cabin but with more rocks to contend with depending upon water levels. The West Branch of The St  Regis River is classified as “wild and scenic” by the APA. Truly gorgeous! 


 If you are a skilled white water kayaker you could go from the cabin on a 5 .5 mile run to Parishville. I’ve never done it but one time many years ago a man did it and wrote about how great it was in a kayaking book. I’ve misplaced the book and I can’t remember his name. I’m currently looking for someone to do the run and write a description.


There is also a beautiful stretch of flat water above Sylvan Falls that goes upstream for a couple miles before hitting a lot of beaver damns. You’d take kayaks or canoes by car 1.5 miles from the cabin up to a parking area above the falls. Technically you would be trespassing over about 20 feet to get your boat to the water but the land is leased by a hunting club and they are nice folks as long as you don’t go during hunting season.