Saranac Lakes

Sar·a·nac Lakes

 (săr′ə-năk′)
A group of three lakes in the Adirondack Mountains of northeast New York. They are linked by the Saranac River, which flows about 160 km (100 mi) generally northeast to Lake Champlain. The lakes are in a popular resort area.
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Sar′a•nac Lakes′

(ˈsær əˌnæk)
n.pl.
a group of three lakes in NE New York, in the Adirondack Mountains.
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References in classic literature ?
She suffered agonies whenever he went out on Saranac Lake; and, by the way, Harvey remembered distinctly that he used to laugh at her anxieties.
Regis Canoe Area and Saranac Lakes Wild Forest or Moose River Recreation Area.
Armchair paddlers will marvel as they live Jerome's tour through the Inlet, Forked Lake, around Buttermilk Falls, up Long Lake and the Raquette River, into Lower and Upper Saranac Lakes and beyond.