Get outside and enjoy all the Adirondacks has to offer!
If you’re staying at the Golden Arrow, you’re in luck – we’re located directly on Mirror Lake! That means you can walk right out our back door (or your room door if you’re on the first floor) and have instant access to our private beach and complimentary water toys.
Want to explore off property? Check out a boat tour on nearby Lake Placid or head over to Wilmington for a little fly fishing.
Lake Placid Marina
24 George & Bliss Lane
Lake Placid, NY 12946
Wilderness beauty. Adirondack history. Serenity. Cruise the pristine waters of Lake Placid in one of Lake Placid Marina’s enclosed pontoon boats. The hour-long, narrated tour travels 16 miles on one of the world’s most beautiful lakes. See and hear about the stately manors situated along the shore, Adirondack wildlife, and Whiteface Mountain, site of the alpine events during the 1980 Winter Olympic Games. A Lake Placid boat tour is a must for all visitors to the Adirondacks. Rain or shine, it is truly a delightful experience.
at the Hungry Trout
5239 Route 86
Wilmington, NY 1299742
The Hungry Trout Fly Shop is famous for its professional fly fishing guides, huge selection of local flies and decades of local knowledge. Also rated one of “North America’s top 25 Best Fishing Lodges” by Field and Stream Magazine.
at the Golden Arrow
Golden Arrow guests have access to our private white sand beach and complimentary water toys. Take your pick from kayaks, canoes, SUPS, hydrobikes, and rowboats.
Please note, the water is still too cold for our toys to be in the water.
on Mirror Lake
The lake is best known as a rainbow trout fishery but offers some exceptional lake trout can be found down deep in the summer. It is best to use a flashy lure or bait fish. The spring Hexagenia hatch (large mayflies) can offer good fly fishing opportunities for rainbow trout. Great smallmouth bass fishing can also be had in the early morning or late evening. Watch out for the many swimmers! If you plan on fishing on Mirror Lake (or anywhere else in the Adirondacks) please follow the DEC guidelines.