Osprey Lodge

Osprey Lodge

Overview

Property Details

Updated: Sep 9, 2014
Cottage, 2 Bedrooms, 1 Baths, 6 Sleeps

Brand new lodge in the heart of Oak Point, felt by many to be the most family friendly and enjoyable community in the Thousands Islands! Relax on the screened porch while playing a game of Monopoly or enjoying a sunset dinner overlooking the bay. Inside the lodge, enjoy the open living/dining area. Kitchen has full sized appliances and bathroom has full tub/shower. View the majestic St. Lawrence all the way to the lighthouse on Crossover Island from the large 2nd floor sleeping loft. The expanded dock area has plenty of room to sit and enjoy the view, jump in the water, dock your boat, fish, sip your coffee in the morning or a cocktail at happy hour. Take a day trip to many US & Canadian attractions in Alexandria Bay, Clayton, Kingston or Brockville. Museums, historic castles & forts, island parks, great restaurants. Perfect for families, couples, fishermen, hunters, golfers, cyclists. Dock space and canoe rentals are available. We look forward to your stay with us!

  • Sleeps 6
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathroom

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Osprey Lodge
http://www.vacationrentals.com/listing/p7092559
+1 -203-627-3014
Hammond Thousand Islands
Ballston Spa
5

Heron-Pike's Twin

Heron-Pike's Twin
  • 5 of 5
We actually sayed in the Heron Lodge which is the twin of Pike. Pike has the better view directly out the bay to the St. Lawrence seaway, but Heron was brand new and also had a nice view of the water. The lodge was very nicely laid out with an open kithen to the living room. We have college age kids and we all enjoyed hanging out on the screened porch, swimming and visiting the local castles. I highly recommend staying at The Lodges at Oak Point and experiencing the 1,000 Island area.
  • Submitted: Sep 6, 2012
  • Stayed: Aug 2012
  • Source: HomeAway
Recommended for:  Age 55+, Girls Getaway, Sightseeing, Families with Teenagers, Families with Young Children
Owner's Response: Thanks, Diane - so happy that you and your family enjoyed your stay in Heron Lodge. The Thousand Islands really is a pretty amazing place - not hard to see why people return year after year. How many places in the US have two castles on islands within 15 miles of each other?!

It was a pleasure to meet you. We wish you all the best and hope to see you again!
business
Osprey Lodge
http://www.vacationrentals.com/listing/p7092559
+1 -203-627-3014
Hammond Thousand Islands
Syracuse, NY
5

Pike Lodge...A Little Slice of Heaven

  • 5 of 5
We were extremely happy staying at Pike Lodge, no one wanted to leave. It was everything we needed and exactly as the website reports: spotlessly clean with a screened in porch and swing to enjoy the sunsets and wonderful breeze, comfortable beds, a stones throw to the waterfront (the only place i know, in the Thousand Islands, with a sand bottom), very close to the public docks, plenty of room to play bocce ball, a fire pit to make s'mores and the most gracious host you will ever meet. I would not hesitate to recommend this place to anyone!
-Georgia
  • Submitted: Aug 5, 2012
  • Stayed: Jul 2012
  • Source: HomeAway
Recommended for:  Age 55+, Adventure Seekers, Girls Getaway, Sightseeing, Families with Young Children, Romantic Getaway
Owner's Response: Thank you, Georgia! It was delightful to meet you and your family - you've really described the atmosphere we want to create. It's especially nice to hear from someone who knows this area as well as you do. Our best to you and hope to see you again!

Location

Activity and Interests

Oak Point truly is a one of a kind community. As 4th generation Oak Pointers, we can tell you that once you visit, you will return again and again. Kids love all the activities - swimming in the bay, fishing off the dock, visits to the Acorn Community Center for candy & game nights, the 4th of July parade, land & water games and ice cream social. Adults love it for the same reasons! Take a walk around the circle and visit the historic cemetery, swing on the swings at the Acorn, bike through the farm country, buy local produce and baked goods at an Amish farm. Free town boat launch just steps away from the lodges.

On the Water: The earliest Native Americans called this region Manitowana - the Garden of the Great Spirit, and it is a vacationers' dream! Nature and water activities abound - cruise the 1000 islands, kayak in the early morning or evening to get close to nature, sail or windsurf through the whitecaps, go water-skiing or tubing along the coast, jet ski through the seaway channel, watch the Poker Run speedboat races between Kingston and Brockville, start a list of all the international ships plying the channel (they are especially beautiful at night with their deck lights glowing). The Thousands Islands is the world's finest fresh water diving destination - dive the many wrecks in water so clear you can see up to 100'. Or just sit on the dock and dangle your feet in the water!

Special Interests:

Fishing - Pike season starts the 1st Sat. in April; Bass & Muskie seasons start the 3rd Sat. in June. Muskie fishing is best in late fall, and ice fishing is great in mid winter! Kids love catching perch, sunfish & rock bass off the docks.

Golfing - nearest course is Langbrook Meadows in Brier Hill; nearby are 3 on Wellesley Island, 3 in Clayton, 2 in Governeur, New York State Park Course in Ogdensburg, Alexandria Bay Municipal Course in Alex Bay.

Hunting - we are open for duck & deer hunting seasons in the Spring/Fall.

Cycling - there is a great off-road, rails-to-trails system along the river, with difficulty levels ranging from simple to challenging.

Diving - there are many dive outfitters in the region who can take you to the numerous popular and interesting wreck sites all up and down the river.

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Notes

  • Nightly Rate: $200 - $250

    Weekly Rate: $1000 - $1400

    Monthly Rate: $3500 - $5100


  • Peak Summer-weekly $1400, monthly $5100, 1 week min. (June 15 - Labor Day)
    Off-Peak - weekly $1000, daily $200, weekend $400, monthly $3500, 2 night min., (May 17 - June 15, and after Labor Day to Oct 13)
    Boat Docking - $50 weekly, $15 per day
    Rates are for 6 person occupancy. Lodge sleeps 8 comfortably. Each guest over 6 is additional $100 per week.
    Cleaning fee: $50 (if you do not want to clean before you go)
    Optional Linen Service: $20/week/person for towels & sheets (if you do not want to bring your own.

Amenities

Property Type

  • cottage

Theme

  • Adventure
  • Family
  • Romantic

Suitability

  • pets not allowed

Sports & Adventure Activities

  • golf

Bathrooms

  • 1 Bathroom
  • Bathroom 1

Bedrooms

  • 2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 6
  • Bedroom 1
  • Bedroom 2

Notes:

  • Inside Osprey Lodge: open living/kitchen/dining area leading out to large screened porch; master bedroom with king bed and 2nd bedroom with two twin beds on first floor; large 2nd floor loft with two twin beds plus full size futon and room to hang out; full kitchen with new appliances and dishwasher; full bathroom with tub/shower. Outside: lawn for picnic tables, grilling, playing games; 2 fire pits for campfires; charcoal grills provided; lawn chairs provided Dock: dock rental available; nice sitting area at end of dock; ladder for easy access to water; water is shallow off dock and gets deeper as you walk out on the nice sandy bottom Nearby: Hammond Town Dock - large dock with easy access to the water; town boat ramp (free), Acorn Community House - open Tues & Thurs evenings for ping-pong and Candy Store
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