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25 East Shore Road (formerly Lacy Camp)


This seasonal rental is a 4 bedroom 2 bathroom 1,264 sq ft cottage with all the essentials. Will be equipped with towels, linens, kitchen essentials, you just need to bring the food and beverages and anything else you might want.


  • WiFi
  • Propane Webber grill
  • Kayaks
  • Spacious front deck
  • Large sun room
  • Bar area
  • Dining area


Rent on a per week/month basis.
Contact Lee (call/text) 315-486-2393...
Or email

Lallier Cottage... SLEEPS 9 - Indian Head Road


Private setting, 2 Private BR with Queen Size Beds, Loft with 3 Singles and Futon, 2 Full Baths, Full Kitchen, Dining Room, Gas Grill, Living Room,  Direct TV, Washer/Dryer, Over sized Deck, 2 kayaks, 1 canoe, 220' of frontage.


Call Frank for availability at 248-230-0971 or email


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Camp Hilltop - West Shore


Contact Olive Lane Horning


407-414-2682 for more information.

Neuroth Camp - West Shore


Four bedroom Lake home - sleeps 14 - This is a NO pet and NO smoking home.


Three bedroom upstairs and one bedroom down. Washer/dryer/dishwasher and everything you need.


Michael Neuroth 860-227-4528


Email at

Mary Jo's Rental Camp - West Shore


West Shore Road waterfront.


Call Mary Jo Whalen 315-854-3873 (cell) or 315-386-3525

NOTE: County legislators voted 12 to 2 in favor of a 3 percent "bed tax." It changes an earlier occupancy law that only applied to hotels and motels. That law was established in 1991 and was last modified in 2004. The new law covers apartments, homes and short-term vacation rentals. "It's paid for by the people who rent those rooms, not necessarily by the owners of the places that are being charged," Dann said. The updated law also includes an agreement for Airbnb to collect taxes for the county from guests who book through that website. Anyone who rents out property now has to register with the county treasurer.

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