National Historic Landmarks and Properties on the National Register of Historic Places outside of the Village of Saranac Lake.

Structure Location Date Built Notes
Brighton Town Hall Brighton 1914 The Brighton town hall was designed and built by master builder Benjamin A. Muncil; it is a largely intact example of early 20th century Craftsman/Bungalow Style architecture adapted for use as a civic building.
Camp Topridge Upper St. Regis Lake 1923 Camp Topridge is an Adirondack Great Camp built for General Foods founder, Marjorie Merriweather Post; Post considered the camp to be a "rustic retreat", although it consisted of 68 buildings, including a fully staffed main lodge and private guest cabins.
Camp Wild Air Upper St. Regis Lake 1882 Camp Wild Air was the first permanent Great Camp on Upper Saint Regis Lake; it was built by New York Herald Tribune publisher Whitelaw Reid and his wife Elizabeth Mills Reid on a 29-acre peninsula accessible only by water.
Camp Eagle Island Upper Saranac Lake 1903 Camp Eagle Island was built in 1903 as a summer retreat for former United States Vice-President and New York State Governor Levi Morton and designed by noted architect William L. Coulter. Camp Eagle Island was named a National Historic Landmark in 2004.
Loon Lake Mountain Fire Tower Loon Lake Mountain 1917 The Loon Lake Mountain Fire Observation Station on 3281-foot Loon Lake Mountain is a 35-foot-tall, steel frame Aeromotor lookout tower.
Merrillsville Cure Cottage Merrillsville c. 1900 The Merrillsville Cure Cottage was built as part of a tuberculosis curing facility operated by Elmer and Margaret Merrill. It originally included a large main lodge, which accommodated administrative, communal and dining functions; kitchen and other domestic functions were not needed.
Moss Ledge Upper Saranac Lake 1898 Moss Ledge was designed by William L. Coulter for Isabel Ballantine, the daughter of Newark, New Jersey beer baron, John Holmes Ballantine. The camp was one of Coulter's first commissions after he moved to Saranac Lake seeking a cure for his tuberculosis. It is located near two other Coulter Great Camps, Prospect Point Camp and Camp Eagle Island.
Paul Smith's Cottages Lower St. Regis Lake c. 1890s The Harriman, Glover and Baker Cottages, which occupied a secluded stretch of lakeshore to the west of the former hotel site, were part of the Paul Smith's Hotel complex. Although the main building burned in 1930, hotel operations continued in auxiliary buildings until 1962.
Prospect Point Camp Upper Saranac Lake 1903-04 Prospect Point Camp is an Adirondack Great Camp designed by William L. Coulter's for New York copper magnate and financier Adolph Lewisohn near two other Coulter designs, Camp Eagle Island and Moss Ledge.
St. Regis Mountain Fire Tower St. Regis Mountain 1918 The St. Regis Mountain Fire Observation Station on 2874-foot St. Regis Mountain is a 35-foot-tall, steel frame Aeromotor lookout tower.