About the Community
The Town of Edinburg is located within the Adirondack Park on the shores of the Great Sacandaga Lake in northwestern Saratoga County, New York. The first recorded settlers arrived in the Sacandaga River Valley area via Fish House in 1787. The lake (Sacandaga Reservoir) was created in 1929 by the construction of the Conklingville Dam.
Today the shores of the reservoir, renamed the Great Sacandaga Lake in the 60's, are dotted with hundreds of seasonal and year-round homes. The town is divided by the lake and is connected by the 3000' Batchellerville Bridge.
The area offers boating, water sports, snowmobiling, and other winter sports. The nearby Adirondack Mountains provide hiking and camping opportunities.
Edinburg is located 35 minutes from Saratoga Springs, 45 minutes from Lake George, and 60 minutes from Albany.