Partlow Lodge is a wilderness lodge remotely situated within historic Nehasane park. Founded in 1891 by Dr William Seward Webb while building the Adirondack and St. Lawrence railway , the property is enjoyed for its beautiful scenery , wildlife , and healthy atmosphere. A large portion of the original park now belongs to the state of New York and is known as the Lake Lila primitive area.
Enjoy Great Camp style vacationing overlooking your private lake. ( no neighbors ! Except for the resident loons ) The Lodge is comfortably equipped with 4 bedrooms , 2 bathrooms , kitchen and laundry room. The great room has a massive stone fireplace rising high into the post and beam cathedral ceiling. A screened porch offers panoramic views of the lake and mountains.
A wide range of activities is available from the very active to splendid simple relaxation. Guests can enjoy an abundance of beautiful views and scenery , fishing , swimming, hiking, canoeing, and relaxing on the screened porch listening to the loons and the silence !! Bring your mountain bikes and explore some of the trails on the property. The bunk house on the lake can sleep an additional six to eight guest.