Little Long Lake

Membership in the Little Long Lake Campers' Association is open to all campers on the Lake. Association dues for 2020 remain $30.00 per family. If you haven't joined yet, please do! We can accomplish good things as a group! Please send your check to:
LLL Campers' Association, PO Box 175, Woodgate, NY 13494      Thank you!

To contact the Lake Association, please email
  • Lake WebCams  Check out this webcam on the Lake with a great view of sunsets! Thanks very much to the hosts of this camera!
        For the BIG Batch 'o SnowCams, go here or here!

  • June 7, 2020: Because of the COVID-19 virus, the Annual Meeting of the Little Long Lake Campers' Association for 2020 has been Canceled.
    An important function of the Annual Meeting is reading and reviewing the Minutes of the previous year's Meeting. Click here to read the Association Meeting Minutes for 2019.
    Note: Unless encrypted, a document published to the web is available for anyone in the world to read. The Minutes posted here have been edited to remove the names of all Association Members and details of the Treasurer's Report. If you would like an unedited copy of the 2019 Minutes, please email

  • UPCOMING LAKE ACTIVITIES - from the LLL Membership Committee:
    We have another fun opportunity to get together (in small groups and socially distanced). Please join us for the LLLCA First Annual CornHole Tournament! The tournament will be held this coming Saturday, August 8th (rain date August 9th) across from Paul and Anne Dunn's camp, #268. They have graciously offered us the use of their "Tennis Court".

    Here are some of the details; info regarding time slots will be provided when you sign up:

    • Teams of 2 are required, but if you don't have a partner we can provide you with one!

    • Two teams will be given a specific time to play and will be allotted 30 minutes to complete their match. A single elimination ladder bracket will be created once all teams have signed up.

    • Masks are not required, but please wear yours if you are more comfortable. Hand sanitizer is available during tournament play.

    • If you have cornhole bags from your personal set, please bring them and use them. We will provide a set of bags if you let us know when you sign up. Each team will receive their own set and we will not share bags during the tournament.

    • Skill levels vary, so no problem if you haven't played before! We'll have a set of rules available and even give you time to practice on Friday. If you need to pick up bags for practice please let us know when you sign up.

    • Scoring and other specific rules will be provided to participants and will be posted at the tournament field.

    A trophy will be awarded to the winning team!!

    SIGNUPS ARE DUE BY THURSDAY, AUGUST 6th. Time slots will be assigned randomly, but if you need a specific time please ask!

    Please join us for this fun event! If you have questions or to sign up to play, please contact Jeanne Johnson (click to email) or Carol Anna (click to email).

    PS We have Emergency Contact Refrigerator magnets to distribute to everyone who has paid their 2020 dues! Supplies are limited, so don't miss out getting yours. We also have a small supply of LLL stickers, bottle openers and magnets available. Dues checks can be mailed to the Association PO Box (above), or dropped off to Ron Miller or Jeanne Johnson.


    Did you know that the average kayak paddle is approximately 6 feet long? We can paddle while maintaining a safe distance from each other! Back again this summer is the ever popular Little Long Lake Ladies Kayak Cruise on Saturdays. Weather permitting we will gather in the narrows at 5:00 PM. Bring your favorite beverage and be prepared to paddle, chat and float around the lake.

    NEW THIS YEAR!! We are adding a night of Co-Ed Kayaking: Let’s have Fun WITH the Fellas on Fridays! Again we will meet in the narrows at 5:00 PM for social distance kayaking. Bring a beer or other beverage and we’ll paddle, float and tell fish stories...or whatever guys talk about.

    Jon Magendanz, LLL's very own impresario and wonderful musician, has announced that the MAGENDANZ STRING TRIO has scheduled a tentative performance for Sunday, August 23rd at the Woodgate Chapel in Woodgate. Watch this space for more information!

    Check back here for additional information on upcoming events... and as always, if you have a suggestion for an activity, let the Membership Committee help organize it!

    See you on the Lake!   Jeanne Johnson #276   Membership Chairman (click to email)

  • April 21, 2020: Camp Nazareth cancels their 2020 residential camping season. Read their letter here.

  • Lake Assessment Reports  Little Long Lake is sampled and tested for water quality every year.

  • Paul Smith's College Adirondack Watershed Institute has a very instructive youtube channel with lots of information about invasive aquatic plants in the Adirondacks. Find it here.

  • Changes coming to NYS boating regulations for 2020 and beyond! Read a summary here.
    (Thanks to Andy Sayles for this heads-up)

  • LLL Area Maps  A few old and newer maps of the area around Little Long Lake. (For the complete collection of USGS topo maps for New York State go here. The index map is here).

  • LLL Area Trails  Some of the trails around Little Long Lake.

  • LLL Area Photos  Some photos of the area around Little Long Lake.

  • Boonville Farmers' Market: Thursdays 12:30 'til 5:30 pm at Erwin Park... now through mid-October.

  • Dump your trash at the Boonville Transfer Station. $2.50 per trash bag; recyclables & old TVs are free. You can dump trash bags for free at the Town of Webb Transfer Station in Old Forge.

  • Read the official Town of Forestport News Page

  • Woodgate Post Office      Woodgate Free Library      Loons!      Hummingbirds!

  • To report downed wires or a power outage to National Grid, call: 1-800-867-5222
    Or report online here.

  • NYS Boating Regulations  Be safe on the water!      DEC Bear Guidance - 7/27/14   And in the woods!

  • Tick-borne Diseases in the Adirondacks? For years entomologists and other researches did not consider Lyme and other tick-borne diseases to be a threat in the Adirondacks--many thought northern NY was outside the range of the blacklegged tick. This is changing, as infected ticks and small mammals have been found in most northern NY counties. Please take all the tick precautions at camp you would take at home. Check for ticks every day, and have a happy and healthy Summer!

  • Little Long Lake weather: (Click on a day for expanded weather info)
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