About

The purposes for which the association is organized are:

  • To preserve, enhance, and protect the quality of the waters of Upper Saranac Lake, the natural beauty and environment surrounding the lake, the adjoining waters and the Upper Saranac Lake watershed, and adjacent lands and forests.
  • To encourage and assist members, and the general public in improving the recreational enjoyment of these waters and lands in a responsible manner, without degrading or deteriorating the natural state of these resources.
  • To advocate laws, policies, and regulations which protect natural resources and cause individuals who live on or near the lake to use the lake for recreational activities in a responsible manner.
  • To advocate cooperative efforts among local and state political jurisdictions, lake shore associations, and private interests in causing fairness in taxation, in stimulating economic stability, and in promoting the common good.
  • To organize and function as a model to other like-minded lakeshore associations and to provide, when requested, assistance, encouragement, and cooperation to these organizations.
  • To promote and educate the membership about the historic culture of Upper Saranac Lake, which is the basis for improving the fragile relationship that humans have with the natural resources and ecosystems of the lake’s environment.

A lake is the landscape’s most beautiful and expressive feature. It is Earth’s eye; looking into which the beholder measures the depth of his own nature. –Henry David Thoreau

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News

USLA’s Bylaws have been edited.

Please review. We will vote on them at our August 8 Annual Meeting. If you have any questions, please come to our July 11 meeting at the Wild Center and/or email Airlie Lennon at airlie.lennon@gmail.com

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July 4th Fireworks

Tupper Lake: Friday, July 3 Saranac Lake, Lake Placid & Long Lake: Saturday, July 4

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USLA Membership Meeting July 11

USLA July Meeting Saturday, July 11 The Wild Center DO JOIN US! We look forward to greeting you at our first summer USLA membership meeting to be held at The Wild Center, Saturday morning, July 11, beginning with coffee-plus at 8:30 A.M. The meeting will begin in the theater promptly at 9 A.M. To read […]

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Alibaba’s Jack Ma Buys $23 Million Property in the Adirondacks

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NYS Safe Boating Course being offered again!

The NYS Safe Boating Course is being taught once again here on the lake at the St. Lawrence Boathouse. The dates are July 13, 14 & 15th and & August 3, 4 & 5th from 9 until 12 noon each day. Anyone interested in taking the course must be at least 10 years ]of age […]

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USLA Member Margaret Dalheim Has Passed Away

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July 4th Wooden Boat Parade Information

If you have any questions, please call or email me. I look forward to seeing you at the parade!!! Thomas B. McGowan, IV (“Thom”) Captain: Noodle (A 2004 26.5 Hacker) E: t4@mcgowancompanies.com Phone: (440) 333-6300 Cell: (216) 409-0084

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Greg Norman Partners with Adirondack Club and Resort

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Word Received of USLA Member Jacqueline Devlin’s passing

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USLA Member Ernie Menkes Passes

Ernie was a 60 year summer resident of the lake, longtime member of the USLA, was the dock master at Chapel Island for many years and was active on the lake most of his adult life. The attached link goes to his obit which mentions his love of the lake.

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Then followed that beautiful season … Summer…. Filled was the air with a dreamy and magical light; and the landscape. Lay as if new created in all the freshness of childhood. –Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

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Membership

The Upper Saranac Lake Association, Inc. is an organization whose membership is made up of property owners and others who care deeply about the well being of Upper Saranac Lake and it’s surrounding watershed.The Upper Saranac Lake Association is an important part of what makes our lake special and your participation is vital to our success. Having a large and active membership makes us an effective force in dealing with the variety of issues affecting our community. Together we get the attention of those whose decisions affect the quality of our time here on the lake.The modest membership fee of $45 also provides a variety of activities arranged by our cultural affairs committee, a top notch website, newsletters, email alerts and many other benefits.

Your Membership dues enable the Association to…

  • Provide a variety of cultural and group events
  • Provide communications via our newsletters and emails
  • Maintain strong relationships with the surrounding community
  • Maintain a resource-rich web site
  • Offer free boater safety and CPR/First Air training courses
  • Represent the lake community to the APA, DEC and other municipal bodies
  • Provide a webcam showing lake conditions throughout the year
  • Hold two membership meetings a year with outstanding programs
  • Services of a dedicated Board of Directors and volunteers who look out for your interests on everything from safety to property assessments to improved 911 services
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Cocktail Reception to Meet the Executive Director of the Adirondack Museum

For Generations The Campaign for the Adirondack Museum You are invited to a small cocktail reception hosted by museum friend Brian Del Toro As the institution honors its past while implementing exciting changes, your thoughts and input are of great importance to us Please join in a conversation with museum Executive Director David Kahn Sunday, […]

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Loon Census Volunteers Needed!

Saturday, July 18th is our Annual Loon Census – from 8am – 9am. It’s fun and simple – just doing what you already enjoy – watching the loons. The only difference is you’ll count them at one specific time. Our lake has been the largest lake to have 100% coverage for 6 years! I will […]

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Boat Launch Completed?

Does anyone know if the work on the boat launch at the north end is completed? The DEC plans to be there on the 16th/17th to inspect boats for drainage.

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Help please

I’m trying to view the web cam without success. I’m using an iPad. Could that be the reason? I really miss seeing the lake I love. Any help/suggestions will be appreciated. Thanks!

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Cam

After frustrated visits to the cam link for some time, I had almost given up. And then I find a beautiful new image! Thanks to those who provide me with a view of the lake I love.

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EMS Coverage in Harrietstown Portion

If the Harrietstown Town Council doesn’t change its mind, the Tupper Lake Volunteer Ambulance and Emergency Squad will no longer be providing Emergency Medical Service/ambulance coverage in the portions of the Town it has since 2008. Both the Town and the Ambulance neglected to renew the enabling contract at the end of 2009. The Ambulance […]

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Need plumber recommendations

We need to install a filter for iron on our water supply Need a plumber Any recommendations?

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dock sale

Instead of a garage sale we should have a dock sale.Every one can clean out camps and boat houses.We will meet a lot of lake residents and find many treasures.

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Cam lens needs cleaning!

I count on the live cam for my routine fix of USL sights, but find that the image has gotten pretty blurry (and I don’t think its just my computer). Would it be to much ask for a quick cleaning before the cold weather makes that too difficult?

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Boat launch

Does anyone know of a boat launch that we could use to take our boat out of the water in October since the state launch will be closed.

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In every walk with nature, one receives far more than he seeks.-John Muir

Rest is not idleness, and to lie sometimes on the grass on a summer day listening to the murmur of water, or watching the clouds float across the sky, is hardly a waste of time. -John Lubbock

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