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LAKE PARADOX CLUB LODGING

12 Ways To Make Memories

We have twelve houses ranging in size from five bedrooms, two baths to one bedroom, one bath. They all have fully equipped electric kitchens and large screened porches for dining and relaxing. Each one has its own address, is named and separately described. Their location is indicated on our property map.

Click on any house for complete details

Breezes

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Birches

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Breezes

Cherrybank

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Cherrybank

Eastward

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Eastward

Fernwood

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Fernwood

Lakemont

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Lakemont

Minglewood

Mirror Cove

Pinebrook

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Minglewood

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Mirror Cove

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Pinebrook

Ripple bay

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Ripple bay

Tuckaway

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Tuckaway

Westward

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Westward

Creating vacation memories is our business.

We own 400 acres here in Severance. About 27 acres are on the lake where our houses are located and surrounded by recreational areas, woods and fields. The rest of our land is primarily woodland, available for hiking, hunting and exploring. We have a natural sand beach, asphalt tennis court, clay volleyball court, basketball backstop, horseshoe pitch, a large field for baseball games, tether ball, and badminton.

 

On the waterfront, in addition to our natural sand beach and swim raft, there are docks and a complimentary rowboat.

We also have rentals: outboards (6HP with 14 foot boats), canoes, kayaks, and Sunfish sailboats. For those who wish,

we also offer the opportunity to row a modern Adirondack guide boat or try out a 15 pound Hornbeck Lost Pond boat.

Ask us if you are interested in any of these and we will get you setup.

“I am so grateful to Helen and Kelley and Jess and the entire Lake Paradox family for preserving so beautifully this wonderful place where we can vacation and continue to make memories.”
–Jeanne Stevenson
“We have close to 40 years of enjoying an annual week of escape from our daily routines and getting together and seeing each other.”
–Kate Hickey
“This "kid" then returned to Paradox as a newly married adult, and repeated the cycle that my parents started
in the 60's”
–Maureen Gallagher
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