McCauley Mountain is a smaller ski area located in the heart of the Adirondack Mountains. With a modest 633-foot vertical and 21 named ski trails, McCauley brings skiers from all over the state who are looking to take advantage of the family friendly atmosphere. Located outside of Old Forge, McCauley Mountain is a welcome addition to the museums and educational attractions that are a staple of Old Forge vacationing. There are several places to stay if you’re looking for McCauley Mountain Ski Area lodging; it all depends on what type you are looking for and the size of your party.

Classic Hotels and Motels

Sometimes all you need is a place to lay your head and store your gear. For some simple McCauley Mountain Ski Area lodging, there are at least a dozen choices all along SR28 in Old Forge. From the basic two double beds at the Country Club Motel (which also has a heated outdoor pool for après ski lounging) to the cozy Water’s Edge Inn. Water’s Edge offers free breakfast along with a host of other amenities. From six multi-room suites to standard doubles, queen and king rooms to a spacious vacation house, a stay with Water’s Edge can sleep anywhere from 2 to 12 people comfortably.

Cabins, Condos and More

For larger parties, there are cabins and lodges available. From the Evergreen lodge with four bedrooms and three baths (sleeps 16) to the Holly Hill Lodge with three bedrooms (sleeps 10), there are vacation properties in abundance in the region. Other McCauley Mountain Ski Area lodging options include Pine Knoll Lodge and Cabins right on Old Forge Lake and Quiver Rest Cabin. These cabins provide secluded places to lay your head with gorgeous views to relax with after a full day on the slopes.

Privacy and B&B’s

For something a little off the beaten path with a little privacy for a more romantic interlude, try one of the bed and breakfasts in the area as your McCauley Mountain Ski Area lodging. Northern Lights is a local family run bed and breakfast that is located 1/4 mile from the Stillwater reservoir about 28 miles northwest of Old Forge. The home is a two story affair with three rooms available, two with queen beds, and one with a king. This B&B is also home to a dong and two cats, so if you have allergies, you might like Moose River B&B.

Moose River has five separate rooms, each able to sleep between two and four people. Four of the rooms have private baths, with one sharing a bathroom with the rest of the house. Moose River includes a full American breakfast every morning and is located only minutes from McCauley Mountain.