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Steamboat Landing

Frequently Asked Questions

Are you opening and are there any changes at Steamboat Landing with COVID-19?

We are opening June 14.

The staff at Steamboat has been diligently working to navigate our business through COVID-19. We have attended seminars related to our lodging business and have set safety precautions for Steamboat Landing to make your stay safe and enjoyable.

As always, we are attentive to the details in having you stay with us. We are using CDC approved commercial cleaning solutions to disinfect touch points in rooms and we will have a cleaning rotation daily for common use areas.

Please bring your masks and any PPE as you may visit business’ in the area that will require it. Masks are asked to be worn when entering our office/common space. You may also want to bring your own hand sanitizer and additional soap for hand washing.

Please do not come to Steamboat Landing if you are ill, currently have COVID-19, or have come in contact with someone who has COVID-19 until you are past the waiting period as advised by your local health officials.

Reach out to us with any other questions or concerns.

When can I stay at Steamboat Landing?
We are a seasonal business. Currently, we accommodate guests from June 14 thru October 12.

Is there cell service and Wi-Fi?

Verizon service works best at Steamboat Landing. The mountain blocks the AT&T signal in some accommodations; a few steps away and you will be able to get service. There is Wi-Fi for guests in our office and on the porch.

Are there televisions?

You are here to disconnect 😊. There are no televisions at Steamboat Landing.

Can I bring my pet?
Sorry, we do not accept pets.

What should I bring for the kitchen/kitchenette?
There are basic pots and pans for cooking; plates, cups, and silverware for serving. There is dish soap and dish towels. Please bring your own paper towels. We ask that all items be washed and put away when your stay is complete.

Are there grills to use?
Charcoal grills are available. Bring your own charcoal and grill tools.

Are towels provided?
Your accommodation will have a bath towel, hand towel, and washcloth for each guest for your stay. If you will require more towels please feel free to bring your own. There is no daily housekeeping during your stay.

Some rooms have fireplaces in photos. Can they be used?
These fireplaces are original to the buildings. They are non-working and decorative only. There is no burning in the suites or cabins. The campfire on our lawn can be enjoyed in the evening by guests staying with us.

Should I bring my own pillow?
If you need a specific pillow for sleeping, please bring your favorite. Our rooms are modest and cozy with basic essentials. We have pillows, sheets, and blankets, but if there are any comfort items that you need, bring them.

Air conditioning?
The accommodations do not have air conditioning. Adirondack evenings can be cool, but sometimes are unseasonably warm. There is a fan or ceiling fan in all rooms.

Is Steamboat Landing wheelchair accessible?
Steamboat strives to accommodate every guest’s needs; however, it is not wheelchair accessible.

How far away are restaurants?
There may be some changes in this 2020 season. Please contact the area business.
The closest restaurant is a ten-minute drive in any direction. There are places to eat in Indian Lake, Long Lake, and Raquette Lake. You can find lunch and snacks at the Blue Line Market and Blue Mountain Designs which is within sight and walking distance from Steamboat Landing.

Are there grocery stores nearby?
There may be some changes in this 2020 season. Please contact the area business.
A ten-minute drive to Long Lake brings you to the Northern Borne Store & Grocery. Basic items can be found at the Blue Line Market which is within walking distance. Larger grocery stores are 40–60 minutes away.

What are some other items suggested to bring?
Food items, Box of tissues, paper towels, extra bath towels if needed, beach towels, a good book, board games, sunscreen, bug repellent, hair dryer, personal kayaks and paddle boards, water floats, sunglasses, rain gear, camping chairs, charcoal and grill tools, a sense of adventure, shoes for exploring, and marshmallows to roast at a campfire.




8919 NYS Route 30
Blue Mountain Lake, NY 12812


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