Lone kayaker at sunset

Paddling the world one stroke at a time


Oswegatchie River Cliff House Details

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Our 1850s historic barn home/converted lodge is designed for discriminating travelers who are looking for an exceptionally unique and elegant vacation lodging, away from the crowds, and in a world class setting of natural beauty and solitude. The 2100 sq. ft. lodge has been fashioned from an antique timber frame barn that was dismantled in Canada and transported to our 85-acre non-working farm here in St. Lawrence County. It has been rebuilt on the cliffs overlooking a remote section of the Oswegatchie River, one of the most pristine and clean rivers in upstate NY and 1000 Islands region. This area of the river provides just superb smooth water kayaking or tubing. The river winds down through remote forested areas and farm lands and there are literally miles of secluded kayaking and/or fishing where you don't see another house in sight.

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