The Lodge at Schroon Lake

April 06, 2023

Almost one year ago, Bonacio Construction Inc. announced the renovation of the previous Word of Life Inn & Lodge in Schroon Lake, NY. Owned by Sonny and Julie Bonacio, Andrea Crisafulli, and Alan Ayers, the property has since been reimagined into an exquisite destination on the lake! With bookings already available for summer of 2023, we are excited to see all that the Lodge at Schroon Lake will have to offer!

The property itself consists of 36 acres on the shores of Schroon Lake, a moderate-sized lake tucked away in the Eastern Adirondacks. Stunning mountains ring the lake, with incredible views from summer through winter. The Lodge has a private beach for guests to enjoy, with docks and a deck out onto the lake. Away from the water, the Lodge provides a world-class restaurant and bar at the Brown Swan, mini golf, and multi-sports courts. They also have an indoor swimming pool, a private marina, and spaces for any kind of event.


The Lodge at Schroon Lake

With 116 lodging accommodations, the Lodge will have room for everyone! Whether guests choose to enjoy a hotel room, a cabin or chalet, or a “glamping” site, there is excellent accommodations for any kind of stay. Reservations are open for summer dates, and many of the lodging options will also be available year-round.

Located at 210 Registration Way in Schroon Lake, the Lodge is an hour drive from Saratoga Springs. Schroon Lake has many events and festivals throughout the summer, from their 4th of July Celebration to the Adirondack Marathon Distance Festival, and is also perfectly located for day trips to other areas of the Adirondacks. The Northway provides easy access to the High Peaks Region further north, while Gore Mountain, Lake George, Ticonderoga, and the Pharaoh Lake Wilderness Area are an even shorter drive away.

With the Lodge at Schroon Lake opening, we have just one more thing to look forward to this summer! Do you plan on booking your stay at one of their lodging options? See more on their website here!


This project was made possible by a grant from Empire State Development Upstate Revitalization Initiative.


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