Raquette Lake with 99 miles of shoreline is one of the most incredible lakes in the Adirondacks. To the casual observer, the amount of lake visible from the road is no preparation to the fact that Raquette is the fourth largest of all Adirondack Lakes. The local community offers lodging, restaurants, scenic boat tours, a cruise and dine boat and Great Camp Sagamore and is the birthplace of the original Great Camps Architecture as developed by William West Durant.
Raquette Lake gets under your skin like no other Adirondack community. Boasting a rich history with the birth of Great Camps Architecture, surrounded by Forest Preserve and the lake boasting 99 miles of shoreline, there is much to learn, see and do in Raquette Lake.
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