Village at Will Rogers is a seventy-five unit senior community
created especially for people who relish self-reliance, independence
and excellent service.
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retiring in the Adirondacks!
Retiring in Saranac Lake, New York
Saranac Lake is ranked the #1 small town in New York State.
Before Saranac Lake was incorporated as a village in 1892, it was
already famous for its natural beauty and the experienced guides
who took visitors on fishing and hunting trips in this part of the
The fact that the Saranac Lake of today is a vibrant, desirable
community has not gone unnoticed on a national level. In 1995, Saranac
Lake was ranked #1 out of all the small towns in New York State
and 11th in the entire United States in the book, The 100 Best Small
Towns in America by Norman Crampton. The author cited Saranac Lake's
investments in education, healthcare and community spirit. In 1998
the National Civic League bestowed All-America City status on Saranac
The August 1996 issue
of Men's Journal listed Saranac Lake as one of "America's 25
Coolest Mountain Towns." The article listed Saranac lake as
a paradise for both hiker and canoeist.
One of the high points of the year in Saranac Lake is the Winter
Carnival held the first week in February. The Ice Palace,
the center of this event, is built a one-mile walk away from Saranac
Village at Will Rogers. The palace is constructed from blocks cut
from frozen Lake Flower. The Winter Carnival Celebrations even include
In the summer the Village
of Saranac Lake offers free concerts in the park.
North Country Community
College located in Saranac Lake and Paul Smith's College just outside
of the village offer community members the opportunity to take advantage
of life long learning opportunities. An arrangement with NCCC allows
Saranac Village at Will Rogers residents to audit any class they
offer free of charge.
Looking for a retirement
home in the Adirondacks?
Saranac Lake, New York 12983
Phone: 518-891-3745 Fax: 518-891-3768
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