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Diamond Point House

  • 4
  • 10
  • min stay varies
  • Nearest beach 7 mi
  • Child friendly
  • Air conditioning
“The house was amazing! The wood work all over the house was beautiful and the pictures really don't do it justice. There were plenty of space for our group and the open floor plan was a perfect set up. Outback, there are hiking trails giving you...”
- Review left on 01/03/2017


Excellent (10 reviews)


from $189.00 / night

About New York Adirondacks

The Adirondacks area of northern New York is a breathtaking spot to get back to nature. With a number of Adirondack cabin rentals that fit all sizes of families and budgets, visitors can spend their days enjoying the scenery outside instead of on their phones. Adirondack vacation rentals allow families the luxury of enjoying the beauty of one of New York's top travel destinations, while staying in the comfort of a private home or cabin. Spanning approximately 6 million acres of forested pines, beautiful mountain ranges, and lakes, the Adirondacks provide year round activities to the outdoor enthusiast. With activities such as mountain and rock climbing, fishing, camping, or enjoying quaint villages, the scenic views of the Adirondacks make the perfect backdrop for outdoor fun. The Adirondack region is home to countless lakes, streams, and rivers including Lake Placid, Lake Champlain, Lake George, Lake Luzerne, Indian Lake as well as the Adirondack mountain range. Adirondack rentals are an excellent way to enjoy the recreational activities the park has to offer while having the luxury of staying in the comfort and seclusion provided by a private home. Those visiting the Adirondacks will find easy access to the region through nearby airports, car, train, or bus.

​Adirondack vacation rentals are available year round and create the perfect, family atmosphere. When visiting, it is best to have access to a vehicle. While some drive to their destination in their own, personal vehicle, others find that renting a vehicle is the best option. When traveling in NY, it's best to time your vacation according to your planned activities. With private, lakefront homes and cabins, finding the perfect property for your vacation needs is easy. Families can spend a day kayaking or even camp out under the stars, while knowing they can return to the comfort and peacefulness of their own rental property. Choosing by owner rentals are an excellent way to ensure the perfect, family vacation.

Things to Do

When vacationers think about the Adirondacks, their first thought might be those relaxing chairs named for this beautiful area of the country. Relaxation is a sport here and the views that seem to go on forever, its reward. But relaxation is not the only thing to do here. The Wild Center opened the Wild Walk, which invites guests to hike along the treetops at the Tupper Lake Museum. Don’t miss Fort Ticonderoga’s Carillon Boat Cruises or the Olympic Sports Complex and Museum in Lake Placid. The Adirondacks are also becoming the place for foodies and craft beer enjoyment with several notable breweries, wineries, and food festivals.  There are 100 delightful towns to explore while you’re here.


The summers are pleasant with highs in the high 70s and lows in the 50s, making May to August the most popular time to visit the area. If you love winter sports, November to April is a great time to visit but be prepared. Temps are in the teens and single digits. The fall brings beautiful foliage, and smaller crowds, but some businesses are closed at this time.


There are a number of events in this beautiful region throughout the year. June and July bring the Lake Placid Horse Show and the aptly named I Love Barbecue Festival. Fall’s beauty is celebrated at the Old Forge Pumpkin Festival and the Flaming Leaves Festival in October. For the adventurous, don’t miss the Evening Garrison Ghost Tours in October at Fort Ticonderoga. Winter brings a number of winter sports events including the FIBT World Cup Bob and Skeleton at Lake Placid, and the Northeastern Police Ski Championships in Wilmington in March.


The Adirondacks are known for their finely crafted furniture. While you’re here check out the jewelry designed by local artisans as well as the local specialty foods like New York maple syrup and artisan cheese selections. Whether you’re visiting boutiques in the area or finding bargains at the Lake George outlets, there are a number of ways to get some retail therapy and bring back a little slice of the Adirondacks with you.


Food in the Adirondacks is experiential and served up in some of the most beautiful locales around. The Plattsburgh Brew Fest allows visitors to sample local brews on the edge of Lake Champlain. Regional chefs serve up farm-to-table deliciousness at gastro-pubs throughout the Adirondacks. Many restaurants change their menu with the seasons, incorporating the freshest fruits and vegetables. There are plenty of family friendly dining options as well.

Adirondacks cabin rentals are the perfect home base for exploring the area.  You can find vacation rentals in all sizes, from romantic mountain getaway cabins to stately homes perfect for a large family. No matter what the season, the Adirondack region offers the perfect setting for your next vacation.  


The Adirondacks are home to numerous neighborhoods, but some are more popular than others regarding tourism. When choosing Adirondack rentals, it's important to select a neighborhood in close proximity to your planned activities. Some of the most popular neighborhoods include Blue Mountain Lake, Bolton Landing, Lake George and Lake Placid. Blue Mountain Lake is known for its fishing, hiking, and museums, and is a small knit community. Adirondack cabin rentals are a popular choice for those seeking waterfront properties.

Bolton Landing is revered for its location near Lake George, and its hiking, fishing, and other water activities. The Lake Placid neighborhood is located on Mirror Lake and is a revered travel destination spot. Popular attractions include shops, family fun activities, skiing in winter months, hiking and exploring nature, and more. When staying in the Adirondacks, cabins are a popular choice due to their location, accessibility, and amenities. By selecting rentals online from, visitors not only save time, but have access to the information needed to make the best housing choice for their vacation.
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