Introducing the 2nd of 8 Preferred
Vintage Camper Share Campgrounds...
Pine Lake Park and Campground
136 Timberline Lane, Caroga Lake, NY 12032
Contact owner Jeff Houck, 518-835-4930
Offers Seasonal Camping, Company and Group Picnics, Catering, Weddings, Swimming, Boating, Dancing, Golfing, Hiking, a Convenience Store, an Arcade, Snacks, Mini Golf and more.
The picturesque Adirondack setting is the perfect venue for your special day. The experienced staff will work with you to ensure that your reception is a truly memorable event. They offer complete catering and beverage packages. The hall will seat over 400 guests and there is ample parking available. There are two different wedding locales on-premise - beachside or in the shaded grove.
Pine Lake Park is an ideal Adirondack location for your company, church, school and family picnics. Let them cater your next event while you enjoy the day. Any food package can be customized to meet your needs. All food is prepared fresh on a charcoal-fired barbeque pit and experienced staff will help make your party the highlight of the summer season. Call today to reserve your date.
Our Most Popular Beach Buffet:
*$12.00 per person
* Including Hamburgers - Hot Dogs - Two Salads (your choice) - Potato Chips - Beverage
Famous Chicken BBQ:
*$14.00 per person
*1/2 Chicken - Two Salads (your choice) - Potato Chips - Condiments - Beverage
Catering packages include beach admission and use of the covered pavilion. (Subject to availability) Additional items are available.
From the Caroga Lake Post Office across the road from Sherman's Park. Head northwest 5.0 miles on RT-10/RT-29A toward E Shore Road West Caroga, make a slight right on to Pine Lake Rd., at the Pine Lake Lodge, about 0.1 miles. Turn right at Timberline Ln, about 0.1 miles.
|The end of the season party is a big favorite!|
Learn more about the park and about Caroga Lake in the two local books
still available on-line in a limited quantity.
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We went to Pine Lakes for a paddle in our canoes. We took about 1.5 hours to paddle. It was a very nice lake. Easy paddle with some really cool mossy stumps poking out. Had a parking area and a nice launch area.
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