Wednesday, August 28, 2019

Steamboat Landing has new owners
By Pete Klein

Blue Mountain Lake--At 11 a.m. on September 6 there will be a ribbon cutting ceremony marking the official opening of Steamboat Landing with new owners of the historic accommodation in the Hamlet of Blue Mountain Lake in the Town of Indian Lake.
Established in 1886 as a boathouse, Steamboat Landing was the birthplace of the Tuscarora, a 75-foot steamboat dubbed “the Queen of the Adirondacks.”  The Tuscarora was launched here in 1900 with whiskey and cigars supplied by William West Durant. Once steamboat service was retired from the lakes, the boathouse became rooms and cabins for rent, a restaurant and most recently served as an outfitter store.
Today, thanks to the love, talent, hard work and entrepreneurship of the Vander Molens, Jeff, Sarah and Ethan, Steamboat Landing is the most recent, historic, accommodation offering in Blue Mountain Lake.
Having roots in Blue Mountain Lake that go back to 1973, this family trio has infused their love of the area into an array of guest accommodations found in the Main Lodge, Pilot House and Guest Cabins on the waterfront of Blue Mountain Lake.
“One of our favorite things about Blue Mountain Lake is being able to share it with others. We have had incredible adventures and have amazing memories in Blue with family and friends. We want this to continue for our guests and ourselves. At Steamboat Landing, we are ready to enjoy this beautiful place with our guests, with the hope that their visit will play an essential role in helping to create their own memories. We hope that Steamboat will be a place that our guests can escape to; where they can relax and enjoy the beauty of Blue Mountain Lake and the Adirondack mountains. The accomplishment of this is our dream for Steamboat Landing”
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