Indian Lake


Chamber Office hours have been suspended until further notice, in compliance of Governor Andrew Cuomo's Executive Order No.202.6 in order to slow the spread of COVID-19 virus. 

Our friends at the North Country Chamber of Commerce have set up a Coronavirus update page loaded with informative links and videos at the following link:

General questions regarding novel coronavirus and travel may be directed to the New York Novel Coronavirus Hotline at 1-888-364-3065, or contact the local health department at (518) 648-6141. For more information about 2019 novel Coronavirus, visit the New York State Department of Health dedicated website at:

Official Town of Indian Lake government closings and other news can be found at their website and Facebook page

UPDATE 3/25/2020 Click here to access list of services available in Indian Lake & Blue Mountain Lake, compiled by our friends at the Indian Lake Community Development Corporation

NOTICE! 3/25/2020 Click here to see notice from Hamilton County Public Health Department asking people not to travel to the Adirondacks at this time and asking for residents to refrain from renting their homes thru rental websites. 

UPDATE 3/25/2020 North Country Chamber of Commerce has set up their "Daily Dose" page, complete with newsletter and recorded webinars at the following link:

NOTICE! 3/19/2020 The Hamilton County Indian Lake Transfer station will be closed to the public effective IMMEDIATELY until further notice. Municipal trash pickup will continues according to schedule.

Please remember to act on facts, not fear or falsehood. 

Indian Lake, New York

Those seeking the quintessential Adirondack community – a place to visit, a place to live, or a place to open a business – will love the Indian Lake, Blue Mountain Lake and Sabael area. Surrounded by numerous lakes, ponds, streams, and mountains our community takes pride in its heritage and traditions. You can see that spirit reflected in volunteerism, commitment to education, and an array of community services, facilities, and activities.

Our Adirondack Community

The Town of Indian Lake was established in 1858. The town, located in Hamilton County with a population of approximately 1,400, lies within the six-million acre Adirondack Park. Essex County and Warren County border its east. In the village center, the east-west State Highway 28 meets the north-south Highway 30. The Hudson River forms part of the eastern town line. And, believe it or not, there are no traffic lights in town!

  • The Indian Lake Museum in the hamlet of Indian Lake contains displays and artifacts relating to the historic Indian population.
  • The Indian Lake Theater Community Stage & Screen, the original 1938 theater reopened in 2008, provides entertaining movies, operas, live performances, and more for year round residents and visitors.
  • Adirondack Experience, The Musuem on Blue Mountain Lake tells the story of the people who lived, worked, and played in the region.
  • The Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts (The Arts Center) at Blue Mountain Lake provides cultural events, workshops, and plays throughout the year.
  • The Indian Lake Library provides books, DVDs, audios, and access to the Internet.

Cool Fact: The Lake itself was the inspiration for the 1960s hit single INDIAN LAKE by The Cowsills. (The writer spent vacation time at what used to be Beeches Cottages on Indian Lake.)