Restored Farmhouse on 400 acres & ATV/Snowmobile trail network. 7 BR, sleeps 15!
Why John Durand chose Copenhagen
Beaver Creek Lodge was created in the late 1980's by Robert Whipple, a consummate farmer and outdoorsman from Knox, NY who loved the beauty of the Tug Hill region. Bob envisioned a place where one could come and enjoy the bounty of nature's offering, while staying in a place with all the comforts of home. Whether you come for hiking, hunting, snowmobiling, 4-wheeling, skiing, fishing, communing with nature or just plain escaping the normal grind, Beaver Creek Lodge offers the perfect home base. Today, that vision is continued by Bob's children, who invite you to come experience Tug Hill and Beaver Creek Lodge.
100% refund if cancelled at least 14 days before arrival date. 50% refund if cancelled at least 7 days before arrival date.
Large and plenty of space for our group of 13.
Amazing location to unwind and right in the trail system.
We have come two years in a row for Memorial Day weekend to relax and unplug while also being on the trail system with our atvs. This property is perfect for our group of adults and kids.
Jamie, glad you had another relaxing Memorial Day weekend. Your welcome to return anytime!
Great place for a family
Big place. Lots of space.
We're glad the lodge was large enough to accommodate your group.
Tug Hill ATV trip
Home is welcoming and comfortable, Great mud room perfect for all your outside gear needed on the ATV. We enjoyed our stay.
We're glad you enjoyed your stay and riding on the hill. You're welcome back anytime.
Had an enjoyable stay wish the weather was better. Had intentions to hike the property but never got the opportunity due to the sleet and snow. Enjoy the front porch which obviously is the mudroom with dogs that's important.
Enjoy the family time in the room in the house only had one minor bump in the road with the downstairs toilet. The end of the lever arm broke that's connected to the chain. I temporarily wired the two back together again. We would probably stay again if the opportunity presents itself.
We're glad you had an enjoyable stay, and thanks for the temporary toilet repair! We'll make a permanent repair shortly.
Been staying there annually for the past 6 years or so, always a great time. Beautiful place , always clean, never any problems, love it and can't wait til the next time.
Andrew, thanks for your review. I glad we were able to make your stay enjoyable.
The Tug Hill region is directly west of the Adirondacks and just south of the 1000 islands, located roughly in the triangle formed by Watertown, Rome, and Syracuse. It encompasses approximately 2000 square miles. The most outstanding characteristic of the Tug Hill region is its undeveloped state. There are some small, scattered hamlets and villages along the outer edges of the region, but the core area is heavily forested and relatively unpopulated.
The area, because of its landform and location east of Lake Ontario, has the perfect conditions for lake effect snowstorms. These storms are responsible for the majority of the 200-300 inches of snow which fall each year, turning the region into a winter wonderland. The heavy snowfall is one of Tug Hill’s greatest recreational assets.
Tug Hill has an extensive snowmobile trail network criss-crossing the region. A rapidly growing ATV trail network compliments the snowmobile trails, providing year round riding opportunities.
Other Activities: Snowmobiling, ATVing