103 Drive 17, 13042, New York
Oneida Lake's premier destination for cottage and boat rentals
Anglers’ Bay offers waterfront cottages with direct access to Oneida Lake, docks for your boat, and a full bait and tackle shop. We also offer sport, fishing, and pontoon boat rentals. We remain open all year and are currently accepting reservations for the spring, summer, fall, and the 2016-2017 Oneida Lake ice fishing season.
Salmon River fishermen, we are located 25 minutes from the Salmon River and our cottages are ready for you.
For additional information, please contact us at 315.675.3662.
For those of you with very flexible dates (okay retired guys), visit our Odds and Ends page for some unbelievable special pricing. The best deals for your Oneida Lake vacation anywhere!
LAST MINUTE AVAILABILITY THIS WEEK: Book any of these available units this week and receive two (2) free kayak or SUP board rentals during your stay. Call for details. Book full weeks online or call us to book a shorter stay–WE WILL TAKE WEEKEND BOOKINGS FOR THESE UNITS.
Cottage A is available from August 25th-28th (perfect late summer weekend escape).
Cottage D is available from August 25st-28th.
Cottage E is available from August 25st-28th.
AVAILABILITY FOR WEEK OF AUGUST 28th-September 4th:
Cottage A is available from August 28th-September 2nd. Special pricing cottage for five nights with a dock space for $500.
Cottage B is available from August 28th-September 2nd. Special pricing cottage for five nights with a dock space for $500.
Cottage C is available from August 30th-September 4th.
Cottage D is available from August 28th-September 4th.
Cottage E is available from August 28th-September 2nd. Special pricing cottage for five nights with a dock space for $400.
Cottage F is available from August 28th-September 4th.
Starting September 11, 2016 to this season’s closing we are offering 50% off all fishing boats with your cottage stay. This offer is good seven days a week and requires a two-night stay in the cottages. Pick from any of our fishing boats from a four person, 14ft with 8hp all the way to our 24ft with 115hp. Already have a boat? Not a problem, take advantage of our cottage and dock special starting on Sunday, September 11 and running to the close of the season. This deal includes your cottage and dock fees: one bedroom arriving Sunday and leaving Friday (5 nights) for $399 or a two bedroom arriving Sunday and leaving Friday (5 nights) for $499. Regular rates apply on the weekends. Fall fishing on Oneida Lake is great, call us at 315-675-3662 to book. Offers are subject to availability, so call quickly to take advantage of this special.
Anglers’ Bay offers one and two bedroom cottages. Our cottages offer direct access and stunning views of Oneida Lake. Our location is a great choice for fishermen looking to get on the water quickly and is located less than fifteen minutes from an assortment of beaches and parks for the families.
For more information on our boat rentals, please visit Oneida Lake Boat Rentals. Our boats are on Oneida Lake, but can be delivered to Skaneateles Lake, DeRuyter Reservoir and other locations. Please contact us at 315.820.BOAT for more information.
Fishermen on Oneida Lake have been coming to our shop for live bait and tackle for over forty years. We stock gear for the central New York fishermen with tackle specifically choose for use on our local fisheries, including Oneida Lake, the Finger Lakes, Lake Ontario, and the Salmon River. If you need to stock up on walleye and bass tackle, we are your number one local dealer. Our prices are as good as the chains, but we also provide the local knowledge and customer service the big box stores lack.
Our docks are available for our cottage/cabin customers as well as to those looking for transient dock space on Oneida Lake.
Our newest product offering… Stand up paddleboards (SUPs) and kayaks available on Oneida Lake.
For updated fishing conditions on Oneida Lake, please visit Oneida Lake Fishing Report. The site offers daily reports on fishing conditions and events on Oneida Lake and its tributaries and is the authoritative site for fishing news in our area.