The cry of the loon is a constant feature at Elk Lake, which is listed by New York State as an important bird area for boreal species such as great blue heron, black-backed woodpeckers and Bicknell thrush.

Moose, bear, bobcats, marten and fisher also thrive in the preserve.

Plant life includes bogs teeming with Sundews, Pitcher Plants and Rose Pogonias, as well as Pink Lady Slippers, Indian Pipes, and on higher ground, blueberries and wild strawberries.

“This is the quintessental wilderness lodge, the setting is heart stopping, dining has great view of lake, staff very friendly and helpful.”
- Finnegan
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1106 Elk Lake Road, North Hudson, NY 12855