The Town of Edinburg is located in the Adirondack Park along the shores of the Great Sacandaga Lake in northwestern Saratoga County, NY.
Edinburg is divided in half by the Great Sacandaga Lake. The town is approx. 67 Sq miles and is home to 2,200 year round residents. The population doubles during the summer months when our seasonal home owners come back to the area. Many homeowners in the town have access to the Great Sacandaga Lake via a permit system.
The town is know as having the lowest tax base in New York State. Edinburg offers a modern highway dept, garbage and recycle pick up a recycle center all of which are included in the tax base.
The Great Sacandaga Lake is 29 miles long with a max depth of approx. 70' at the Conklingville Dam and the widest part is approx. 6 miles wide off the Sinclair Point. The lake is overseen by the Hudson River / Black River Regulating District. The regulating district is know to the locals as HRRD. There are 2 types of permits. One is direct lake front and the 2nd is backlot permit holder. Permit prices vary on size of frontage for lake front owners. Back lot permit holders usually consist of a 10' permit with a yearly fee of $60.00.
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